Build(deps): Bump rubocop-ast from 0.0.3 to 0.1.0 (PR #10132)

Bumps rubocop-ast from 0.0.3 to 0.1.0.

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0.1.0 (2020-06-26)

New features

  • #36: Add post_condition_loop? and loop_keyword? for Node. ([@fatkodima][])
  • #38: Add helpers allowing to check whether the method is a nonmutating operator method or a nonmutating method of several core classes. ([@fatkodima][])
  • #37: Add enumerable_method? for MethodIdentifierPredicates. ([@fatkodima][])
  • #4: Add interpolation? for RegexpNode. ([@tejasbubane][])
  • #20: Add option predicates for RegexpNode. ([@owst][])
  • #11: Add argument_type? method to make it easy to recognize argument nodes. ([@tejasbubane][])
  • #31: NodePattern now uses param === node to match params, which allows Regexp, Proc, Set in addition to Nodes and literals. ([@marcandre][])
  • #41: Add delimiters and related predicates for RegexpNode. ([@owst][])
  • #46: Basic support for non-legacy AST output from parser. Note that there is no support (yet) in main RuboCop gem. Expect emit_forward_arg to be set to true in v1.0 ([@marcandre][])
  • #48: Support Parser::Ruby28 for Ruby 2.8 (3.0) parser (experimental). ([@koic][])
  • #35: NodePattern now accepts %named_param and %CONST. The macros def_node_pattern and def_node_search accept default named parameters. ([@marcandre][])
Commits
  • 3d8aa62 Cut 0.1.0
  • 3e212a2 Small doc for node_keyword [ci skip] [doc]
  • 61eaaf7 Add note that emit_forward_arg will be set to true [See #44]
  • bf257b4 Add note that Ruby 2.8 support is experimental [ci skip] [doc]
  • e70a53f Add post_condition_loop? and loop_keyword? for Node
  • fe41cd6 Add Constant parameters to NodePattern
  • 5d1659e Add named parameters to NodePattern
  • 4377a64 Support Parser::Ruby28
  • c2bc840 Changelog entry for #46 [doc][ci skip]
  • 46439bc CI: Add test with MODERNIZE
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