Build(deps-dev): Bump simplecov from 0.18.5 to 0.19.0 (PR #10450)

Bumps simplecov from 0.18.5 to 0.19.0.

Release notes

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v0.19.0

Breaking Changes

  • Dropped support for Ruby 2.4, it reached EOL

Enhancements

  • observe forked processes (enable with SimpleCov.enable_for_subprocesses). See #881, thanks to @robotdana
  • SimpleCov distinguishes better that it stopped processing because of a previous error vs. SimpleCov is the originator of said error due to coverage requirements.

Bugfixes

  • Changing the SimpleCov.root combined with the root filtering didn't work. Now they do! Thanks to @deivid-rodriguez and see #894
  • in parallel test execution it could happen that the last coverage result was written to disk when it didn't complete yet, changed to only write it once it's the final result
  • if you run parallel tests only the final process will report violations of the configured test coverage, not all previous processes
  • changed the parallel_tests merging mechanisms to do the waiting always in the last process, should reduce race conditions

Noteworthy

  • The repo has moved to https://github.com/simplecov-ruby/simplecov - everything stays the same, redirects should work but you might wanna update anyhow
  • The primary development branch is now main, not master anymore. If you get simplecov directly from github change your reference. For a while master will still be occasionally updated but that's no long term solion.
Changelog

Sourced from simplecov's changelog.

0.19.0 (2020-08-16)

Breaking Changes

  • Dropped support for Ruby 2.4, it reached EOL

Enhancements

  • observe forked processes (enable with SimpleCov.enable_for_subprocesses). See #881, thanks to @robotdana
  • SimpleCov distinguishes better that it stopped processing because of a previous error vs. SimpleCov is the originator of said error due to coverage requirements.

Bugfixes

  • Changing the SimpleCov.root combined with the root filtering didn't work. Now they do! Thanks to @deivid-rodriguez and see #894
  • in parallel test execution it could happen that the last coverage result was written to disk when it didn't complete yet, changed to only write it once it's the final result
  • if you run parallel tests only the final process will report violations of the configured test coverage, not all previous processes
  • changed the parallel_tests merging mechanisms to do the waiting always in the last process, should reduce race conditions

Noteworthy

  • The repo has moved to https://github.com/simplecov-ruby/simplecov - everything stays the same, redirects should work but you might wanna update anyhow
  • The primary development branch is now main, not master anymore. If you get simplecov directly from github change your reference. For a while master will still be occasionally updated but that's no long term solion.
Commits
  • 9cd3a46 fix permission fixing code to only apply to published lib code
  • 5a03878 authors.add self
  • 5435ff0 Prep 0.19.0 release
  • f261691 CI starting on push before opening a PR is nice with our matrix and run times
  • c8a4285 Small from_hash spec to showcase creating from multi key hash works
  • 9ed35de Change Result#from_hash to deal with many entries isntead one
  • 67ced4a Fix CI with main, fix lingering master references
  • c56ec94 more noteworthy
  • b8efc89 more renames not to forget something
  • c244f9b Switch links to new org and branches
  • Additional commits viewable in compare view

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