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When hub is installed via Homebrew, Homebrew does a shallow clone of the hub repo and so the
describe --tags call in
script/version fails and bash halts the script there.
Allowing the script to turn through will allow the fallback...
This PR introduces the basic form, along with the routes/controller changes to make it accessible.
Rails 4.2 mostly works, outside of the Forwardable issue. This PR fixes that and adds 4.2 to .travis.yml
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Exercism exercises in Java.
An interactive TLS-capable intercepting HTTP proxy for penetration testers and software developers.
Reactive Extensions for the Go language.
A full-featured http proxy for node.js