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allow for recursively applying user defined classes #2832

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Merging #2832 (9fdcd34) into master (1e0fc09) will increase coverage by 0.00%.
The diff coverage is 100.00%.

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  Lines        1800     1801    +1     
  Branches      318      318           
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+ Hits         1678     1679    +1     
  Misses        105      105           
  Partials       17       17           
Impacted Files Coverage Δ
src/lib/substituteClassApplyAtRules.js 94.70% <100.00%> (+0.03%) ⬆️

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@RobinMalfait RobinMalfait force-pushed the recursively-apply-classes branch from 8f09dd2 to 9fdcd34 Compare Nov 26, 2020
@RobinMalfait RobinMalfait merged commit 1522029 into master Nov 26, 2020
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@RobinMalfait RobinMalfait deleted the recursively-apply-classes branch Nov 26, 2020
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