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Reverse Dependencies for minitest-autotest

The projects listed here declare minitest-autotest as a runtime or development dependency

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The mime-types library provides a library and registry for information about MIME content type definitions. It can be used to determine defined filename extensions for MIME types, or to use filename extensions to look up the likely MIME type definitions. Version 3.0 is a major release that requires Ruby 2.0 compatibility and removes deprecated functions. The columnar registry format introduced in 2.6 has been made the primary format; the registry data has been extracted from this library and put into {mime-types-data}[https://github.com/mime-types/mime-types-data]. Additionally, mime-types is now licensed exclusively under the MIT licence and there is a code of conduct in effect. There are a number of other smaller changes described in the History file.
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google-cloud-env provides information on the Google Cloud Platform hosting environment. Applications can use this library to determine hosting context information such as the project ID, whether App Engine is running, what tags are set on the VM instance, and much more.
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The minitar library is a pure-Ruby library that provides the ability to deal with POSIX tar(1) archive files. This is release 0.9, adding a minor feature to Minitar.unpack and Minitar::Input#extract_entry that when <tt>:fsync => false</tt> is provided, fsync will be skipped. minitar (previously called Archive::Tar::Minitar) is based heavily on code originally written by Mauricio Julio Fernández Pradier for the rpa-base project.
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