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Nicholas McDonnell 8f6849857b
Update the version of Go used from 1.16 to 1.18
1 year ago
.github Update the version of Go used from 1.16 to 1.18 1 year ago
.ansible-lint Update ansible-lint configuration 2 years ago
.bandit.yml Make .bandit.yml pass yamllint 4 years ago
.flake8 Add pydoc warnings to flake8 config 4 years ago
.gitignore Improve gitignore file comments and organization. 2 years ago
.isort.cfg Remove seed-isort-config pre-commit hook 3 years ago
.mdl_config.yaml Add missing hyphen in markdownlint rule header 1 year ago
.pre-commit-config.yaml Add pre-commit hooks to validate GitHub Actions content 1 year ago
.prettierignore Configure prettier to ignore JSON files 4 years ago
.yamllint Disable comments-indentation rule for yamllint 1 year ago Update configuration instructions for pyenv 2 years ago
LICENSE Rename to LICENSE, make the other changes that requires 4 years ago Merge branch 'develop' into pre-commit_updates 3 years ago
requirements-dev.txt All references to '-r' for pip calls have been replaced with the more verbose '--requirement'. 3 years ago
requirements-test.txt Pull in requirements.txt from requirements-test.txt 3 years ago
requirements.txt Add setuptools and wheel as pip dependencies 3 years ago
setup-env Fix a typo 2 years ago


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