Build(deps): Bump rubyzip from 1.2.3 to 1.3.0 (PR #8115)

Bumps rubyzip from 1.2.3 to 1.3.0.

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v1.3.0

Security

  • Add validate_entry_sizes option so that callers can trust an entry’s reported size when using extract #403
    • This option defaults to false for backward compatibility in this release, but you are strongly encouraged to set it to true. It will default to true in rubyzip 2.0.

New Feature

  • Add add_stored method to simplify adding entries without compression #366

Tooling / Documentation

  • Add more gem metadata links #402

v1.2.4

  • Do not rewrite zip files opened with open_buffer that have not changed #360

Tooling / Documentation

  • Update example_recursive.rb in README #397
  • Hold CI at trusty for now, automatically pick the latest ruby patch version, use rbx-4 and hold jruby at 9.1 #399
Changelog

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1.3.0 (2019-09-25)

Security

  • Add validate_entry_sizes option so that callers can trust an entry’s reported size when using extract #403
    • This option defaults to false for backward compatibility in this release, but you are strongly encouraged to set it to true. It will default to true in rubyzip 2.0.

New Feature

  • Add add_stored method to simplify adding entries without compression #366

Tooling / Documentation

  • Add more gem metadata links #402

1.2.4 (2019-09-06)

  • Do not rewrite zip files opened with open_buffer that have not changed #360

Tooling / Documentation

  • Update example_recursive.rb in README #397
  • Hold CI at trusty for now, automatically pick the latest ruby patch version, use rbx-4 and hold jruby at 9.1 #399
Commits
  • e79d9ea Merge pull request #407 from rubyzip/v1-3-0
  • 7c65e1e Bump version to 1.3.0
  • d65fe7b Merge pull request #403 from rubyzip/check-size
  • 97cb6ae Warn when an entry size is invalid
  • 7849f73 Default validate_entry_sizes to false for 1.3 release
  • 4167f0c Validate entry sizes when extracting
  • 94b7fa2 [ci skip] Update changelog
  • 93505ca Check expected entry size in add_stored test
  • 6619bf3 Merge pull request #366 from hainesr/add-stored
  • ecb2776 Zip::File.add_stored() to add uncompressed files.
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Looks like rubyzip is up-to-date now, so this is no longer needed.