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Upgrade to Vuepress@next

Travis was failing with a weird ESLint error, and when I checked locally, the problem seemed to be related to Vuepress v0. Upgrading to Vuepress v1-alpha seems to fix this (at least on my machine...)
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Futago-za Ryuu 3 years ago
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  1. 6
      docs/.vuepress/config.js
  2. 0
      docs/.vuepress/styles/index.styl
  3. 2
      package.json
  4. 1541
      yarn.lock

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docs/.vuepress/config.js

@ -14,7 +14,6 @@ module.exports = {
],
dest: "dist",
ga: "UA-100728112-1",
serviceWorker: true,
themeConfig: {
nav: [
@ -129,11 +128,6 @@ module.exports = {
// },
lastUpdated: true,
serviceWorker: {
updatePopup: true,
},
docsRepo: "pegjs/pegjs",
docsDir: "docs",
editLinks: true,

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docs/.vuepress/style.styl → docs/.vuepress/styles/index.styl

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package.json

@ -28,7 +28,7 @@
"eslint": "5",
"eslint-config-futagozaryuu": "5",
"mocha": "5.2.0",
"vuepress": "0.14.8",
"vuepress": "next",
"nyc": "13.1.0"
},
"engines": {

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