Build(deps): Bump diff-lcs from 1.3 to 1.4 (PR #10112)

Bumps diff-lcs from 1.3 to 1.4.

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1.4 / 2020-06-23

  • Ruby versions lower than 2.4 are soft-deprecated and will not be run as part of the CI process any longer.
  • Akinora MUSHA (knu) added the ability for Diff::LCS::Change objects to be implicitly treated arrays. Originally provided as pull request #47[], but it introduced a number of test failures as documented in #48[], and remediation of Diff::LCS itself was introduced in #49[].
  • Resolved #5[] with some tests comparing output from system calls to bin/ldiff with some pre-generated output. Resolved #6[] with these tests.
  • Resolved a previously undetected bin/ldiff issue with --context output not matching diff --context output.
  • Resolved an issue with later versions of Ruby not working with an OptParse specification of Numeric; this has been changed to Integer.
  • Brandon Fish added truffleruby in #52[].
  • Fixed two missing classes as reported in #53[].
Commits
  • 4168a8e Merge pull request #55 from halostatue/release-v14
  • c93cafb Finalize 1.4 release
  • fbbe93f Try GitHub Actions for diff-lcs CI
  • 8e8c721 Merge pull request #54 from halostatue/hoe-3-18-support
  • 8d493fe Various updates for v 1.4
  • a770e33 Merge pull request #52 from bjfish/add-truffleruby-to-ci
  • 711060c Add truffleruby to travis CI
  • 1516922 Resolve multiple issues for 1.4
  • 3a89de0 Update documentation
  • a798f6f Reintroduce Diff::LCS::Change#to_ary
  • Additional commits viewable in compare view

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