Version 10 of node.js has been released
Created by: greenkeeper[bot]
Version 10 of Node.js (code name Dubnium) has been released!
To see what happens to your code in Node.js 10, Greenkeeper has created a branch with the following changes:
- Added the new Node.js version to your
- The new Node.js version is in-range for the engines in 1 of your
package.jsonfiles, so that was left alone
If you’re interested in upgrading this repo to Node.js 10, you can open a PR with these changes. Please note that this issue is just intended as a friendly reminder and the PR as a possible starting point for getting your code running on Node.js 10.
More information on this issue
Greenkeeper has checked the
engines key in any
package.json file, the
.nvmrc file, and the
.travis.yml file, if present.
engineswas only updated if it defined a single version, not a range.
.nvmrcwas updated to Node.js 10
.travis.ymlwas only changed if there was a root-level
node_jsthat didn’t already include Node.js 10, such as
lts/*. In this case, the new version was appended to the list. We didn’t touch job or matrix configurations because these tend to be quite specific and complex, and it’s difficult to infer what the intentions were.
For many simpler
.travis.yml configurations, this PR should suffice as-is, but depending on what you’re doing it may require additional work or may not be applicable at all. We’re also aware that you may have good reasons to not update to Node.js 10, which is why this was sent as an issue and not a pull request. Feel free to delete it without comment, I’m a humble robot and won’t feel rejected
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