Bump sanitize from 5.1.0 to 5.2.0 (PR #9996)

Bumps sanitize from 5.1.0 to 5.2.0.

Changelog

Sourced from sanitize's changelog.

5.2.0 (2020-06-06)

Changes

  • The term "whitelist" has been replaced with "allowlist" throughout Sanitize's source and documentation.

    While the etymology of "whitelist" may not be explicitly racist in origin or intent, there are inherent racial connotations in the implication that white is good and black (as in "blacklist") is not.

    This is a change I should have made long ago, and I apologize for not making it sooner.

  • In transformer input, the :is_whitelisted and :node_whitelist keys are now deprecated. New :is_allowlisted and :node_allowlist keys have been added. The old keys will continue to work in order to avoid breaking existing code, but they are no longer documented and may be removed in a future semver major release.

Commits
  • 4166da2 Release 5.2.0
  • 3c78c7e Add Ruby 2.7.x to the test matrix
  • 78fbcc3 Stop using the term "whitelist"
  • c90bcb1 Merge pull request #199 from flavorjones/flavorjones-skip-nokogiri-patch-tests
  • 21da9b6 Avoid testing nokogiri's patch when using system libxml2
  • See full diff in compare view

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