Build(deps): Bump diff-lcs from 1.4.3 to 1.4.4 (PR #10155)

Bumps diff-lcs from 1.4.3 to 1.4.4.

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1.4.4 / 2020-07-01

  • Fixed an issue reported by Jun Aruga in the Diff::LCS::Ldiff binary text detection. #44[]

  • Fixed a theoretical issue reported by Jun Aruga in Diff::LCS::Hunk to raise a more useful exception. #43[]

  • Added documentation that should address custom object issues as reported in #35[].

  • Fixed more diff errors, in part reported in #65[].

    • The use of Numeric#abs is incorrect in Diff::LCS::Block#diff_size. The diff size must be accurate for correct change placement.

    • When selecting @max_diff_size in Diff::LCS::Hunk, choose it based on block.diff_size.abs.

    • Made a number of changes that will, unfortunately, increase allocations at the cost of being safe with frozen strings.

    • Add some knowledge that when Diff::LCS::Hunk#diff is called, that we are processing the last hunk, so some changes will be made to how the output is generated.

      • old, ed, and reverse_ed formats have no differences.
      • unified format will report \ No newline at end of file given the correct conditions, at most once. Unified range reporting also differs for the last hunk such that the length of the range is reduced by one.
      • context format will report \No newline at end of file given the correct conditions, up to once per "file". Context range reporting also differs for the last hunk such that the end part of the range is reduced by one to a minimum of one.
  • Added a bunch more tests for the cases above, and fixed hunk_spec.rb so that the phrase being compared isn't nonsense French.

  • Updated formatting.

  • Added a Rake task to assist with manual testing on Ruby 1.8.

Commits
  • 381ad11 Merge pull request #66 from halostatue/misplaced-chunk-issue-65
  • b75e0bd diff-lcs 1.4.4 - Fix broken formatting
  • 60613d2 # This is a combination of 9 commits.
  • See full diff in compare view

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