Build(deps-dev): Bump better_errors from 2.6.0 to 2.7.0 (PR #9544)

Bumps better_errors from 2.6.0 to 2.7.0.

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Sourced from better_errors's releases.

v2.7.0

  • Fix various specs that were passing incorrectly #453
  • CI tests for Ruby 2.6, 2.7; Rails 6.0 #452
  • CI: Drop unused sudo: false directive #457
  • Add editor preset for VSCodium #456
  • Show the last-raised error, not its "cause" #459
  • Fix warning: FILE in eval may not return location in binding #458
  • Allow skipping variable inspection by class name #449
Commits
  • 4703817 Release 2.7.0
  • a71a1ee Merge pull request #449 from felixbuenemann/ignore-variables-by-class-name
  • af19911 Adjust phrasing of "ignored class" message
  • c993df6 Merge pull request #458 from yuuu/use_binding_source_location
  • dbe7ca0 Use Binding#source_location only when available
  • 4142e39 Merge pull request #459 from BetterErrors/feature/show-most-recent-error
  • 7bdec95 Merge pull request #456 from Jetbuilt/vscodium
  • 8942ee3 Show the last error, not its "cause"
  • 5284c99 Fix warning: FILE in eval may not return location in binding
  • d0afd13 Merge pull request #457 from olleolleolle/patch-1
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