Build(deps): Bump rspec-core from 3.9.2 to 3.9.3 (PR #10791)

Bumps rspec-core from 3.9.2 to 3.9.3.

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Enhancements:

  • Memoize RSpec::Core::Formatters::ExceptionPresenter#exception_lines to improve performance with slow exception messages. (Maxime Lapointe, #2743)
  • Add configuration for an error exit code (to disambiguate errored builds from failed builds by exit status). (Dana Sherson, #2749)

Bug Fixes:

  • Declare ruby2_keywords on method_missing for other gems. (Jon Rowe, #2731)
  • Ensure custom error codes are returned from bisect runs. (Jon Rowe, #2732)
  • Ensure RSpec::Core::Configuration predicate config methods return booleans. (Marc-André Lafortune, #2736)
  • Prevent rspec --bisect from generating zombie processes while executing bisect runs. (Benoit Tigeot, Jon Rowe, #2739)
  • Predicates for pending examples, (in RSpec::Core::Example, #pending?, #skipped? and #pending_fixed?) now return boolean values rather than truthy values. (Marc-André Lafortune, #2756, #2758)
  • Exceptions which have a message which cannot be cast to a string will no longer cause a crash. (Jon Rowe, #2761)
Commits
  • 380e49b Version 3.9.3
  • 66841dc Merge pull request #2770 from jxa/add-feature-skip-with-metadata
  • fa2c384 Merge pull request #2769 from rspec/update-travis-build-scripts-2020-09-28-fo...
  • 1980305 Merge pull request #2768 from rspec/update-travis-build-scripts-2020-09-28-fo...
  • d54f7c8 Merge pull request #2766 from rspec/update-travis-build-scripts-2020-09-27-fo...
  • 7c6fc73 Merge pull request #2760 from rspec/improve-wording
  • e6455b9 Merge pull request #2761 from rspec/fix-message-to_s-loop
  • 456388f Changelog for #2756, #2758
  • 91f092f Merge pull request #2758 from rspec/strict-predicates
  • efbac94 Merge pull request #2739 from rspec/detach-process-to-avoid-zombie
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