Add copy of dorny/paths-filter@ca8fa4002 action (#19)

Because of security restrictions, public actions cannot be used directly
in ASF GitHub Action workflows. The options are either whitelisting the
action's repository + SHA or by creating a copy of the action or by
forking the original repository. GitHub Actions don't support git submodules, so
that is not an option. This commit creates a copy of the files
which is suitable for including the action in apache/pulsar-test-infra
repository.

This action can be referenced with
uses: apache/pulsar-test-infra/paths-filter@master

Commands used to create the copy in pulsar-test-infra:
git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter
cd paths-filter
git checkout ca8fa4002c226cbab8b50cc157d3f47899a49762
rm -rf .git .github
cd ..
git add paths-filter
diff --git a/paths-filter/.editorconfig b/paths-filter/.editorconfig
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+root = true
+
+[*]
+charset = utf-8
+end_of_line = lf
+insert_final_newline = true
+trim_trailing_whitespace = true
+indent_style = space
+indent_size = 2
diff --git a/paths-filter/.eslintignore b/paths-filter/.eslintignore
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+dist/
+lib/
+node_modules/
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diff --git a/paths-filter/.eslintrc.json b/paths-filter/.eslintrc.json
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+{
+    "plugins": ["jest", "@typescript-eslint"],
+    "extends": ["plugin:github/es6"],
+    "parser": "@typescript-eslint/parser",
+    "parserOptions": {
+      "ecmaVersion": 9,
+      "sourceType": "module",
+      "project": "./tsconfig.json"
+    },
+    "rules": {
+      "eslint-comments/no-use": "off",
+      "import/no-namespace": "off",
+      "no-unused-vars": "off",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-unused-vars": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/explicit-member-accessibility": ["error", {"accessibility": "no-public"}],
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-require-imports": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/array-type": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/await-thenable": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/ban-ts-ignore": "error",
+      "camelcase": "off",
+      "@typescript-eslint/camelcase": "off",
+      "@typescript-eslint/class-name-casing": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/explicit-function-return-type": ["error", {"allowExpressions": true}],
+      "@typescript-eslint/func-call-spacing": ["error", "never"],
+      "@typescript-eslint/generic-type-naming": ["error", "^[A-Z][A-Za-z]*$"],
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-array-constructor": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-empty-interface": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-explicit-any": "off",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-extraneous-class": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-for-in-array": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-inferrable-types": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-misused-new": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-namespace": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-non-null-assertion": "warn",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-object-literal-type-assertion": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-unnecessary-qualifier": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-unnecessary-type-assertion": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-useless-constructor": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/no-var-requires": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/prefer-for-of": "warn",
+      "@typescript-eslint/prefer-function-type": "warn",
+      "@typescript-eslint/prefer-includes": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/prefer-interface": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/prefer-string-starts-ends-with": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/promise-function-async": ["error", { "allowAny": true }],
+      "@typescript-eslint/require-array-sort-compare": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/restrict-plus-operands": "error",
+      "semi": "off",
+      "@typescript-eslint/semi": ["error", "never"],
+      "@typescript-eslint/type-annotation-spacing": "error",
+      "@typescript-eslint/unbound-method": "error"
+    },
+    "env": {
+      "node": true,
+      "es6": true,
+      "jest/globals": true
+    }
+  }
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diff --git a/paths-filter/.gitattributes b/paths-filter/.gitattributes
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+* text=auto eol=lf
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diff --git a/paths-filter/.gitignore b/paths-filter/.gitignore
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+# Dependency directory
+node_modules
+
+# Rest pulled from https://github.com/github/gitignore/blob/master/Node.gitignore
+# Logs
+logs
+*.log
+npm-debug.log*
+yarn-debug.log*
+yarn-error.log*
+lerna-debug.log*
+
+# Diagnostic reports (https://nodejs.org/api/report.html)
+report.[0-9]*.[0-9]*.[0-9]*.[0-9]*.json
+
+# Runtime data
+pids
+*.pid
+*.seed
+*.pid.lock
+
+# Directory for instrumented libs generated by jscoverage/JSCover
+lib-cov
+
+# Coverage directory used by tools like istanbul
+coverage
+*.lcov
+
+# nyc test coverage
+.nyc_output
+
+# Grunt intermediate storage (https://gruntjs.com/creating-plugins#storing-task-files)
+.grunt
+
+# Bower dependency directory (https://bower.io/)
+bower_components
+
+# node-waf configuration
+.lock-wscript
+
+# Compiled binary addons (https://nodejs.org/api/addons.html)
+build/Release
+
+# Dependency directories
+jspm_packages/
+
+# TypeScript v1 declaration files
+typings/
+
+# TypeScript cache
+*.tsbuildinfo
+
+# Optional npm cache directory
+.npm
+
+# Optional eslint cache
+.eslintcache
+
+# Optional REPL history
+.node_repl_history
+
+# Output of 'npm pack'
+*.tgz
+
+# Yarn Integrity file
+.yarn-integrity
+
+# dotenv environment variables file
+.env
+.env.test
+
+# parcel-bundler cache (https://parceljs.org/)
+.cache
+
+# next.js build output
+.next
+
+# nuxt.js build output
+.nuxt
+
+# vuepress build output
+.vuepress/dist
+
+# Serverless directories
+.serverless/
+
+# FuseBox cache
+.fusebox/
+
+# DynamoDB Local files
+.dynamodb/
+
+# OS metadata
+.DS_Store
+Thumbs.db
+
+# Ignore built ts files
+__tests__/runner/*
+lib/**/*
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diff --git a/paths-filter/.prettierignore b/paths-filter/.prettierignore
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+dist/
+lib/
+node_modules/
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diff --git a/paths-filter/.prettierrc.json b/paths-filter/.prettierrc.json
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+{
+    "printWidth": 120,
+    "tabWidth": 2,
+    "useTabs": false,
+    "semi": false,
+    "singleQuote": true,
+    "trailingComma": "none",
+    "bracketSpacing": false,
+    "arrowParens": "avoid",
+    "parser": "typescript"
+  }
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diff --git a/paths-filter/.vscode/launch.json b/paths-filter/.vscode/launch.json
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+{
+    "version": "0.2.0",
+    "configurations": [
+      {
+        "type": "node",
+        "request": "launch",
+        "name": "Jest All",
+        "program": "${workspaceFolder}/node_modules/.bin/jest",
+        "args": ["--runInBand"],
+        "console": "integratedTerminal",
+        "internalConsoleOptions": "neverOpen",
+        "disableOptimisticBPs": true,
+        "windows": {
+          "program": "${workspaceFolder}/node_modules/jest/bin/jest",
+        }
+      },
+      {
+        "type": "node",
+        "request": "launch",
+        "name": "Jest Current File",
+        "program": "${workspaceFolder}/node_modules/.bin/jest",
+        "args": [
+          "${fileBasenameNoExtension}",
+          "--config",
+          "jest.config.js"
+        ],
+        "console": "integratedTerminal",
+        "internalConsoleOptions": "neverOpen",
+        "disableOptimisticBPs": true,
+        "windows": {
+          "program": "${workspaceFolder}/node_modules/jest/bin/jest",
+        }
+      }
+    ]
+  }
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diff --git a/paths-filter/CHANGELOG.md b/paths-filter/CHANGELOG.md
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+# Changelog
+
+## v2.9.2
+- [Fix fetching git history](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/75)
+
+## v2.9.1
+- [Fix fetching git history + fallback to unshallow repo](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/74)
+
+## v2.9.0
+- [Add list-files: csv format](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/68)
+
+## v2.8.0
+- [Add count output variable](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/65)
+- [Fix log grouping of changes](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/61)
+
+## v2.7.0
+- [Add "changes" output variable to support matrix job configuration](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/59)
+- [Improved listing of matching files with `list-files: shell` and `list-files: escape` options](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/58)
+
+## v2.6.0
+- [Support local changes](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/53)
+
+## v2.5.3
+- [Fixed mapping of removed/deleted change status from github API](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/51)
+- [Fixed retrieval of all changes via Github API when there are 100+ changes](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/50)
+
+## v2.5.2
+- [Add support for multiple patterns when using file status](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/48)
+- [Use picomatch directly instead of micromatch wrapper](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/49)
+
+## v2.5.1
+- [Improved path matching with micromatch](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/46)
+
+## v2.5.0
+- [Support workflows triggered by any event](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/44)
+
+## v2.4.2
+- [Fixed compatibility with older (<2.23) versions of git](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/42)
+
+## v2.4.0
+- [Support pushes of tags or when tag is used as base](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/40)
+- [Use git log to detect changes from PRs merge commit if token is not available](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/40)
+- [Support local execution with act](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/40)
+- [Improved processing of repository initial push](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/40)
+- [Improved processing of first push of new branch](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/40)
+
+
+## v2.3.0
+- [Improved documentation](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/37)
+- [Change detection using git "three dot" diff](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/35)
+- [Export files matching filter](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/32)
+- [Extend filter syntax with optional specification of file status: add, modified, deleted](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/22)
+- [Add working-directory input](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/21)
+
+## v2.2.1
+- [Add support for pull_request_target](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/29)
+
+## v2.2.0
+- [Improve change detection for feature branches](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/16)
+
+## v2.1.0
+- [Support reusable paths blocks with yaml anchors](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/13)
+
+## v2.0.0
+- [Added support for workflows triggered by push events](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/10)
+- Action and repository renamed to paths-filter - original name doesn't make sense anymore
+
+## v1.1.0
+- [Allows filters to be specified in own .yml file](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/8)
+- [Adds alternative change detection using git fetch and git diff-index](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/pull/9)
+
+## v1.0.1
+Updated dependencies - fixes github security alert
+
+## v1.0.0
+First official release uploaded to marketplace.
diff --git a/paths-filter/LICENSE b/paths-filter/LICENSE
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+
+The MIT License (MIT)
+
+Copyright (c) 2020 Michal Dorner and contributors
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
+of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
+in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
+to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
+copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
+furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
+
+The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
+all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
+OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
+THE SOFTWARE.
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diff --git a/paths-filter/README.md b/paths-filter/README.md
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+# Paths Changes Filter
+
+This [Github Action](https://github.com/features/actions) enables conditional execution of workflow steps and jobs,
+based on the files modified by pull request, feature branch or in pushed commits.
+
+It saves time and resources especially in monorepo setups, where you can run slow tasks (e.g. integration tests or deployments) only for changed components.
+Github workflows built-in [path filters](https://docs.github.com/en/actions/reference/workflow-syntax-for-github-actions#onpushpull_requestpaths)
+don't allow this because they don't work on a level of individual jobs or steps.
+
+**Real world usage examples:**
+- [sentry.io](https://sentry.io/) - [backend-test-py3.6.yml](https://github.com/getsentry/sentry/blob/ca0e43dc5602a9ab2e06d3f6397cc48fb5a78541/.github/workflows/backend-test-py3.6.yml#L32)
+- [GoogleChrome/web.dev](https://web.dev/) - [lint-and-test-workflow.yml](https://github.com/GoogleChrome/web.dev/blob/e1f0c28964e99ce6a996c1e3fd3ee1985a7a04f6/.github/workflows/lint-and-test-workflow.yml#L33)
+
+
+## Supported workflows:
+- **Pull requests:**
+  - Workflow triggered by **[pull_request](https://docs.github.com/en/actions/reference/events-that-trigger-workflows#pull_request)**
+    or **[pull_request_target](https://docs.github.com/en/actions/reference/events-that-trigger-workflows#pull_request_target)** event
+  - Changes are detected against the pull request base branch
+  - Uses Github REST API to fetch list of modified files
+- **Feature branches:**
+  - Workflow triggered by **[push](https://docs.github.com/en/actions/reference/events-that-trigger-workflows#push)**
+  or any other **[event](https://docs.github.com/en/free-pro-team@latest/actions/reference/events-that-trigger-workflows)**
+  - The `base` input parameter must not be the same as the branch that triggered the workflow
+  - Changes are detected against the merge-base with configured base branch or default branch
+  - Uses git commands to detect changes - repository must be already [checked out](https://github.com/actions/checkout)
+- **Master, Release or other long-lived branches:**
+  - Workflow triggered by **[push](https://docs.github.com/en/actions/reference/events-that-trigger-workflows#push)** event
+  when `base` input parameter is same as the branch that triggered the workflow:
+    - Changes are detected against the most recent commit on the same branch before the push
+  - Workflow triggered by any other **[event](https://docs.github.com/en/free-pro-team@latest/actions/reference/events-that-trigger-workflows)**
+  when `base` input parameter is commit SHA:
+    - Changes are detected against the provided `base` commit
+  - Workflow triggered by any other **[event](https://docs.github.com/en/free-pro-team@latest/actions/reference/events-that-trigger-workflows)**
+  when `base` input parameter is same as the branch that triggered the workflow:
+    - Changes are detected from last commit
+  - Uses git commands to detect changes - repository must be already [checked out](https://github.com/actions/checkout)
+- **Local changes**
+  - Workflow triggered by any event when `base` input parameter is set to `HEAD`
+  - Changes are detected against current HEAD
+  - Untracked files are ignored
+
+## Example
+```yaml
+- uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+  id: changes
+  with:
+    filters: |
+      src:
+        - 'src/**'
+
+  # run only if some file in 'src' folder was changed
+  if: steps.changes.outputs.src == 'true'
+  run: ...
+```
+For more scenarios see [examples](#examples) section.
+
+## Notes:
+- Paths expressions are evaluated using [picomatch](https://github.com/micromatch/picomatch) library.
+  Documentation for path expression format can be found on project github page.
+- Picomatch [dot](https://github.com/micromatch/picomatch#options) option is set to true.
+  Globbing will match also paths where file or folder name starts with a dot.
+- It's recommended to quote your path expressions with `'` or `"`. Otherwise you will get an error if it starts with `*`.
+- Local execution with [act](https://github.com/nektos/act) works only with alternative runner image. Default runner doesn't have `git` binary.
+  - Use: `act -P ubuntu-latest=nektos/act-environments-ubuntu:18.04`
+
+
+# What's New
+- Add `list-files: csv` format
+- Configure matrix job to run for each folder with changes using `changes` output
+- Improved listing of matching files with `list-files: shell` and `list-files: escape` options
+- Support local changes
+- Fixed retrieval of all changes via Github API when there are 100+ changes
+- Paths expressions are now evaluated using [picomatch](https://github.com/micromatch/picomatch) library
+- Support workflows triggered by any event
+
+For more information see [CHANGELOG](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md)
+
+# Usage
+
+```yaml
+- uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+  with:
+    # Defines filters applied to detected changed files.
+    # Each filter has a name and list of rules.
+    # Rule is a glob expression - paths of all changed
+    # files are matched against it.
+    # Rule can optionally specify if the file
+    # should be added, modified or deleted.
+    # For each filter there will be corresponding output variable to
+    # indicate if there's a changed file matching any of the rules.
+    # Optionally there can be a second output variable
+    # set to list of all files matching the filter.
+    # Filters can be provided inline as a string (containing valid YAML document)
+    # or as a relative path to separate file (e.g.: .github/filters.yaml).
+    # Multiline string is evaluated as embedded filter definition,
+    # single line string is evaluated as relative path to separate file.
+    # Filters syntax is documented by example - see examples section.
+    filters: ''
+
+    # Branch, tag or commit SHA against which the changes will be detected.
+    # If it references same branch it was pushed to,
+    # changes are detected against the most recent commit before the push.
+    # Otherwise it uses git merge-base to find best common ancestor between
+    # current branch (HEAD) and base.
+    # When merge-base is found, it's used for change detection - only changes
+    # introduced by current branch are considered.
+    # All files are considered as added if there is no common ancestor with
+    # base branch or no previous commit.
+    # This option is ignored if action is triggered by pull_request event.
+    # Default: repository default branch (e.g. master)
+    base: ''
+
+    # How many commits are initially fetched from base branch.
+    # If needed, each subsequent fetch doubles the
+    # previously requested number of commits until the merge-base
+    # is found or there are no more commits in the history.
+    # This option takes effect only when changes are detected
+    # using git against base branch (feature branch workflow).
+    # Default: 100
+    initial-fetch-depth: ''
+
+    # Enables listing of files matching the filter:
+    #   'none'  - Disables listing of matching files (default).
+    #   'csv'   - Coma separated list of filenames.
+    #             If needed it uses double quotes to wrap filename with unsafe characters.
+    #   'json'  - Matching files paths are formatted as JSON array.
+    #   'shell' - Space delimited list usable as command line argument list in Linux shell.
+    #             If needed it uses single or double quotes to wrap filename with unsafe characters.
+    #   'escape'- Space delimited list usable as command line argument list in Linux shell.
+    #             Backslash escapes every potentially unsafe character.
+    # Default: none
+    list-files: ''
+
+    # Relative path under $GITHUB_WORKSPACE where the repository was checked out.
+    working-directory: ''
+
+    # Personal access token used to fetch list of changed files
+    # from Github REST API.
+    # It's used only if action is triggered by pull request event.
+    # Github token from workflow context is used as default value.
+    # If empty string is provided, action falls back to detect
+    # changes using git commands.
+    # Default: ${{ github.token }}
+    token: ''
+```
+
+## Outputs
+- For each filter it sets output variable named by the filter to the text:
+   - `'true'` - if **any** of changed files matches any of filter rules
+   - `'false'` - if **none** of changed files matches any of filter rules
+- For each filter it sets output variable with name `${FILTER_NAME}_count` to the count of matching files.
+- If enabled, for each filter it sets output variable with name `${FILTER_NAME}_files`. It will contain list of all files matching the filter.
+- `changes` - JSON array with names of all filters matching any of changed files.
+
+# Examples
+
+## Conditional execution
+
+<details>
+  <summary>Execute <b>step</b> in a workflow job only if some file in a subfolder is changed</summary>
+
+```yaml
+jobs:
+  tests:
+    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
+    steps:
+    - uses: actions/checkout@v2
+    - uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+      id: filter
+      with:
+        filters: |
+          backend:
+            - 'backend/**'
+          frontend:
+            - 'frontend/**'
+
+    # run only if 'backend' files were changed
+    - name: backend tests
+      if: steps.filter.outputs.backend == 'true'
+      run: ...
+
+    # run only if 'frontend' files were changed
+    - name: frontend tests
+      if: steps.filter.outputs.frontend == 'true'
+      run: ...
+
+    # run if 'backend' or 'frontend' files were changed
+    - name: e2e tests
+      if: steps.filter.outputs.backend == 'true' || steps.filter.outputs.frontend == 'true'
+      run: ...
+```
+</details>
+
+<details>
+  <summary>Execute <b>job</b> in a workflow only if some file in a subfolder is changed</summary>
+
+```yml
+jobs:
+  # JOB to run change detection
+  changes:
+    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
+    # Set job outputs to values from filter step
+    outputs:
+      backend: ${{ steps.filter.outputs.backend }}
+      frontend: ${{ steps.filter.outputs.frontend }}
+    steps:
+    # For pull requests it's not necessary to checkout the code
+    - uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+      id: filter
+      with:
+        filters: |
+          backend:
+            - 'backend/**'
+          frontend:
+            - 'frontend/**'
+
+  # JOB to build and test backend code
+  backend:
+    needs: changes
+    if: ${{ needs.changes.outputs.backend == 'true' }}
+    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
+    steps:
+      - uses: actions/checkout@v2
+      - ...
+
+  # JOB to build and test frontend code
+  frontend:
+    needs: changes
+    if: ${{ needs.changes.outputs.frontend == 'true' }}
+    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
+    steps:
+      - uses: actions/checkout@v2
+      - ...
+```
+</details>
+
+<details>
+<summary>Use change detection to configure matrix job</summary>
+
+```yaml
+jobs:
+  # JOB to run change detection
+  changes:
+    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
+    outputs:
+      # Expose matched filters as job 'packages' output variable
+      packages: ${{ steps.filter.outputs.changes }}
+    steps:
+    # For pull requests it's not necessary to checkout the code
+    - uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+      id: filter
+      with:
+        filters: |
+          package1: src/package1
+          package2: src/package2
+
+  # JOB to build and test each of modified packages
+  build:
+    needs: changes
+    strategy:
+      matrix:
+        # Parse JSON array containing names of all filters matching any of changed files
+        # e.g. ['package1', 'package2'] if both package folders contains changes
+        package: ${{ fromJSON(needs.changes.outputs.packages) }}
+    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
+    steps:
+      - uses: actions/checkout@v2
+      - ...
+```
+</details>
+
+## Change detection workflows
+
+<details>
+  <summary><b>Pull requests:</b> Detect changes against PR base branch</summary>
+
+```yaml
+on:
+  pull_request:
+    branches: # PRs to following branches will trigger the workflow
+      - master
+      - develop
+jobs:
+  build:
+    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
+    steps:
+    - uses: actions/checkout@v2
+    - uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+      id: filter
+      with:
+        filters: ... # Configure your filters
+```
+</details>
+
+<details>
+  <summary><b>Feature branch:</b> Detect changes against configured base branch</summary>
+
+```yaml
+on:
+  push:
+    branches: # Push to following branches will trigger the workflow
+      - feature/**
+jobs:
+  build:
+    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
+    steps:
+    - uses: actions/checkout@v2
+      with:
+        # This may save additional git fetch roundtrip if
+        # merge-base is found within latest 20 commits
+        fetch-depth: 20
+    - uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+      id: filter
+      with:
+        base: develop # Change detection against merge-base with this branch
+        filters: ... # Configure your filters
+```
+</details>
+
+<details>
+  <summary><b>Long lived branches:</b> Detect changes against the most recent commit on the same branch before the push</summary>
+
+```yaml
+on:
+  push:
+    branches: # Push to following branches will trigger the workflow
+      - master
+      - develop
+      - release/**
+jobs:
+  build:
+    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
+    steps:
+    - uses: actions/checkout@v2
+    - uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+      id: filter
+      with:
+        # Use context to get branch where commits were pushed.
+        # If there is only one long lived branch (e.g. master),
+        # you can specify it directly.
+        # If it's not configured, the repository default branch is used.
+        base: ${{ github.ref }}
+        filters: ... # Configure your filters
+```
+</details>
+
+<details>
+  <summary><b>Local changes:</b> Detect staged and unstaged local changes</summary>
+
+```yaml
+on:
+  push:
+    branches: # Push to following branches will trigger the workflow
+      - master
+      - develop
+      - release/**
+jobs:
+  build:
+    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
+    steps:
+    - uses: actions/checkout@v2
+
+      # Some action which modifies files tracked by git (e.g. code linter)
+    - uses: johndoe/some-action@v1
+
+      # Filter to detect which files were modified
+      # Changes could be for example automatically committed
+    - uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+      id: filter
+      with:
+        base: HEAD
+        filters: ... # Configure your filters
+```
+</details>
+
+## Advanced options
+
+<details>
+  <summary>Define filter rules in own file</summary>
+
+```yaml
+- uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+      id: filter
+      with:
+        # Path to file where filters are defined
+        filters: .github/filters.yaml
+```
+</details>
+
+<details>
+  <summary>Use YAML anchors to reuse path expression(s) inside another rule</summary>
+
+```yaml
+- uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+      id: filter
+      with:
+        # &shared is YAML anchor,
+        # *shared references previously defined anchor
+        # src filter will match any path under common, config and src folders
+        filters: |
+          shared: &shared
+            - common/**
+            - config/**
+          src:
+            - *shared
+            - src/**
+```
+</details>
+
+<details>
+  <summary>Consider if file was added, modified or deleted</summary>
+
+```yaml
+- uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+      id: filter
+      with:
+        # Changed file can be 'added', 'modified', or 'deleted'.
+        # By default the type of change is not considered.
+        # Optionally it's possible to specify it using nested
+        # dictionary, where type(s) of change composes the key.
+        # Multiple change types can be specified using `|` as delimiter.
+        filters: |
+          shared: &shared
+            - common/**
+            - config/**
+          addedOrModified:
+            - added|modified: '**'
+          allChanges:
+            - added|deleted|modified: '**'
+          addedOrModifiedAnchors:
+            - added|modified: *shared
+```
+</details>
+
+
+## Custom processing of changed files
+
+<details>
+  <summary>Passing list of modified files as command line args in Linux shell</summary>
+
+```yaml
+- uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+  id: filter
+  with:
+    # Enable listing of files matching each filter.
+    # Paths to files will be available in `${FILTER_NAME}_files` output variable.
+    # Paths will be escaped and space-delimited.
+    # Output is usable as command line argument list in Linux shell
+    list-files: shell
+
+    # In this example changed files will be checked by linter.
+    # It doesn't make sense to lint deleted files.
+    # Therefore we specify we are only interested in added or modified files.
+    filters: |
+      markdown:
+        - added|modified: '*.md'
+- name: Lint Markdown
+  if: ${{ steps.filter.outputs.markdown == 'true' }}
+  run: npx textlint ${{ steps.filter.outputs.markdown_files }}
+```
+</details>
+
+<details>
+  <summary>Passing list of modified files as JSON array to another action</summary>
+
+```yaml
+- uses: dorny/paths-filter@v2
+  id: filter
+  with:
+    # Enable listing of files matching each filter.
+    # Paths to files will be available in `${FILTER_NAME}_files` output variable.
+    # Paths will be formatted as JSON array
+    list-files: json
+
+    # In this example all changed files are passed to following action to do
+    # some custom processing.
+    filters: |
+      changed:
+        - '**'
+- name: Lint Markdown
+  uses: johndoe/some-action@v1
+  with:
+    files: ${{ steps.filter.outputs.changed_files }}
+```
+</details>
+
+# See also
+- [test-reporter](https://github.com/dorny/test-reporter) - Displays test results from popular testing frameworks directly in GitHub
+
+# License
+
+The scripts and documentation in this project are released under the [MIT License](https://github.com/dorny/paths-filter/blob/master/LICENSE)
diff --git a/paths-filter/__tests__/csv-escape.test.ts b/paths-filter/__tests__/csv-escape.test.ts
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f6dc6df
--- /dev/null
+++ b/paths-filter/__tests__/csv-escape.test.ts
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
+import {csvEscape} from '../src/list-format/csv-escape'
+
+describe('csvEscape() backslash escapes every character except subset of definitely safe characters', () => {
+  test('simple filename should not be modified', () => {
+    expect(csvEscape('file.txt')).toBe('file.txt')
+  })
+
+  test('directory separator should be preserved and not escaped', () => {
+    expect(csvEscape('path/to/file.txt')).toBe('path/to/file.txt')
+  })
+
+  test('filename with spaces should be quoted', () => {
+    expect(csvEscape('file with space')).toBe('"file with space"')
+  })
+
+  test('filename with "," should be quoted', () => {
+    expect(csvEscape('file, with coma')).toBe('"file, with coma"')
+  })
+
+  test('Double quote should be escaped by another double quote', () => {
+    expect(csvEscape('file " with double quote')).toBe('"file "" with double quote"')
+  })
+})
diff --git a/paths-filter/__tests__/filter.test.ts b/paths-filter/__tests__/filter.test.ts
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..be2a148
--- /dev/null
+++ b/paths-filter/__tests__/filter.test.ts
@@ -0,0 +1,188 @@
+import {Filter} from '../src/filter'
+import {File, ChangeStatus} from '../src/file'
+
+describe('yaml filter parsing tests', () => {
+  test('throws if yaml is not a dictionary', () => {
+    const yaml = 'not a dictionary'
+    const t = () => new Filter(yaml)
+    expect(t).toThrow(/^Invalid filter.*/)
+  })
+  test('throws if pattern is not a string', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    src:
+      - src/**/*.js
+      - dict:
+          some: value
+    `
+    const t = () => new Filter(yaml)
+    expect(t).toThrow(/^Invalid filter.*/)
+  })
+})
+
+describe('matching tests', () => {
+  test('matches single inline rule', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    src: "src/**/*.js"
+    `
+    let filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const files = modified(['src/app/module/file.js'])
+    const match = filter.match(files)
+    expect(match.src).toEqual(files)
+  })
+  test('matches single rule in single group', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    src:
+      - src/**/*.js
+    `
+    const filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const files = modified(['src/app/module/file.js'])
+    const match = filter.match(files)
+    expect(match.src).toEqual(files)
+  })
+
+  test('no match when file is in different folder', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    src:
+      - src/**/*.js
+    `
+    const filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const match = filter.match(modified(['not_src/other_file.js']))
+    expect(match.src).toEqual([])
+  })
+
+  test('match only within second groups ', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    src:
+      - src/**/*.js
+    test:
+      - test/**/*.js
+    `
+    const filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const files = modified(['test/test.js'])
+    const match = filter.match(files)
+    expect(match.src).toEqual([])
+    expect(match.test).toEqual(files)
+  })
+
+  test('match only withing second rule of single group', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    src:
+      - src/**/*.js
+      - test/**/*.js
+    `
+    const filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const files = modified(['test/test.js'])
+    const match = filter.match(files)
+    expect(match.src).toEqual(files)
+  })
+
+  test('matches anything', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    any:
+      - "**"
+    `
+    const filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const files = modified(['test/test.js'])
+    const match = filter.match(files)
+    expect(match.any).toEqual(files)
+  })
+
+  test('globbing matches path where file or folder name starts with dot', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    dot:
+      - "**/*.js"
+    `
+    const filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const files = modified(['.test/.test.js'])
+    const match = filter.match(files)
+    expect(match.dot).toEqual(files)
+  })
+
+  test('matches all except tsx and less files (negate a group with or-ed parts)', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    backend:
+      - '!(**/*.tsx|**/*.less)'
+    `
+    const filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const tsxFiles = modified(['src/ui.tsx'])
+    const lessFiles = modified(['src/ui.less'])
+    const pyFiles = modified(['src/server.py'])
+
+    const tsxMatch = filter.match(tsxFiles)
+    const lessMatch = filter.match(lessFiles)
+    const pyMatch = filter.match(pyFiles)
+
+    expect(tsxMatch.backend).toEqual([])
+    expect(lessMatch.backend).toEqual([])
+    expect(pyMatch.backend).toEqual(pyFiles)
+  })
+
+  test('matches path based on rules included using YAML anchor', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    shared: &shared
+      - common/**/*
+      - config/**/*
+    src:
+      - *shared
+      - src/**/*
+    `
+    const filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const files = modified(['config/settings.yml'])
+    const match = filter.match(files)
+    expect(match.src).toEqual(files)
+  })
+})
+
+describe('matching specific change status', () => {
+  test('does not match modified file as added', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    add:
+      - added: "**/*"
+    `
+    let filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const match = filter.match(modified(['file.js']))
+    expect(match.add).toEqual([])
+  })
+
+  test('match added file as added', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    add:
+      - added: "**/*"
+    `
+    let filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const files = [{status: ChangeStatus.Added, filename: 'file.js'}]
+    const match = filter.match(files)
+    expect(match.add).toEqual(files)
+  })
+
+  test('matches when multiple statuses are configured', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    addOrModify:
+      - added|modified: "**/*"
+    `
+    let filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const files = [{status: ChangeStatus.Modified, filename: 'file.js'}]
+    const match = filter.match(files)
+    expect(match.addOrModify).toEqual(files)
+  })
+
+  test('matches when using an anchor', () => {
+    const yaml = `
+    shared: &shared
+      - common/**/*
+      - config/**/*
+    src:
+      - modified: *shared
+    `
+    let filter = new Filter(yaml)
+    const files = modified(['config/file.js', 'common/anotherFile.js'])
+    const match = filter.match(files)
+    expect(match.src).toEqual(files)
+  })
+})
+
+function modified(paths: string[]): File[] {
+  return paths.map(filename => {
+    return {filename, status: ChangeStatus.Modified}
+  })
+}
diff --git a/paths-filter/__tests__/git.test.ts b/paths-filter/__tests__/git.test.ts
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9645221
--- /dev/null
+++ b/paths-filter/__tests__/git.test.ts
@@ -0,0 +1,35 @@
+import * as git from '../src/git'
+import {ChangeStatus} from '../src/file'
+
+describe('parsing output of the git diff command', () => {
+  test('parseGitDiffOutput returns files with correct change status', async () => {
+    const files = git.parseGitDiffOutput(
+      'A\u0000LICENSE\u0000' + 'M\u0000src/index.ts\u0000' + 'D\u0000src/main.ts\u0000'
+    )
+    expect(files.length).toBe(3)
+    expect(files[0].filename).toBe('LICENSE')
+    expect(files[0].status).toBe(ChangeStatus.Added)
+    expect(files[1].filename).toBe('src/index.ts')
+    expect(files[1].status).toBe(ChangeStatus.Modified)
+    expect(files[2].filename).toBe('src/main.ts')
+    expect(files[2].status).toBe(ChangeStatus.Deleted)
+  })
+})
+
+describe('git utility function tests (those not invoking git)', () => {
+  test('Trims "refs/" and "heads/" from ref', () => {
+    expect(git.getShortName('refs/heads/master')).toBe('master')
+    expect(git.getShortName('heads/master')).toBe('heads/master')
+    expect(git.getShortName('master')).toBe('master')
+
+    expect(git.getShortName('refs/tags/v1')).toBe('v1')
+    expect(git.getShortName('tags/v1')).toBe('tags/v1')
+    expect(git.getShortName('v1')).toBe('v1')
+  })
+
+  test('isGitSha(ref) returns true only for 40 characters of a-z and 0-9', () => {
+    expect(git.isGitSha('8b399ed1681b9efd6b1e048ca1c5cba47edf3855')).toBeTruthy()
+    expect(git.isGitSha('This_is_very_long_name_for_a_branch_1111')).toBeFalsy()
+    expect(git.isGitSha('master')).toBeFalsy()
+  })
+})
diff --git a/paths-filter/__tests__/shell-escape.test.ts b/paths-filter/__tests__/shell-escape.test.ts
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ece4c37
--- /dev/null
+++ b/paths-filter/__tests__/shell-escape.test.ts
@@ -0,0 +1,57 @@
+import {backslashEscape, shellEscape} from '../src/list-format/shell-escape'
+
+describe('escape() backslash escapes every character except subset of definitely safe characters', () => {
+  test('simple filename should not be modified', () => {
+    expect(backslashEscape('file.txt')).toBe('file.txt')
+  })
+
+  test('directory separator should be preserved and not escaped', () => {
+    expect(backslashEscape('path/to/file.txt')).toBe('path/to/file.txt')
+  })
+
+  test('spaces should be escaped with backslash', () => {
+    expect(backslashEscape('file with space')).toBe('file\\ with\\ space')
+  })
+
+  test('quotes should be escaped with backslash', () => {
+    expect(backslashEscape('file\'with quote"')).toBe('file\\\'with\\ quote\\"')
+  })
+
+  test('$variables should be escaped', () => {
+    expect(backslashEscape('$var')).toBe('\\$var')
+  })
+})
+
+describe('shellEscape() returns human readable filenames with as few escaping applied as possible', () => {
+  test('simple filename should not be modified', () => {
+    expect(shellEscape('file.txt')).toBe('file.txt')
+  })
+
+  test('directory separator should be preserved and not escaped', () => {
+    expect(shellEscape('path/to/file.txt')).toBe('path/to/file.txt')
+  })
+
+  test('filename with spaces should be quoted', () => {
+    expect(shellEscape('file with space')).toBe("'file with space'")
+  })
+
+  test('filename with spaces should be quoted', () => {
+    expect(shellEscape('file with space')).toBe("'file with space'")
+  })
+
+  test('filename with $ should be quoted', () => {
+    expect(shellEscape('$var')).toBe("'$var'")
+  })
+
+  test('filename with " should be quoted', () => {
+    expect(shellEscape('file"name')).toBe("'file\"name'")
+  })
+
+  test('filename with single quote should be wrapped in double quotes', () => {
+    expect(shellEscape("file'with quote")).toBe('"file\'with quote"')
+  })
+
+  test('filename with single quote and special characters is split and quoted/escaped as needed', () => {
+    expect(shellEscape("file'with $quote")).toBe("file\\''with $quote'")
+  })
+})
diff --git a/paths-filter/action.yml b/paths-filter/action.yml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b25aa5e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/paths-filter/action.yml
@@ -0,0 +1,50 @@
+name: 'Paths Changes Filter'
+description: 'Execute your workflow steps only if relevant files are modified.'
+author: 'Michal Dorner <dorner.michal@gmail.com>'
+inputs:
+  token:
+    description: 'GitHub Access Token'
+    required: false
+    default: ${{ github.token }}
+  working-directory:
+    description: 'Relative path under $GITHUB_WORKSPACE where the repository was checked out.'
+    required: false
+  base:
+    description: |
+      Git reference (e.g. branch name) against which the changes will be detected. Defaults to repository default branch (e.g. master).
+      If it references same branch it was pushed to, changes are detected against the most recent commit before the push.
+      This option is ignored if action is triggered by pull_request event.
+    required: false
+  filters:
+    description: 'Path to the configuration file or YAML string with filters definition'
+    required: true
+  list-files:
+    description: |
+      Enables listing of files matching the filter:
+        'none'  - Disables listing of matching files (default).
+        'csv'   - Coma separated list of filenames.
+                  If needed it uses double quotes to wrap filename with unsafe characters.
+        'json'  - Serialized as JSON array.
+        'shell' - Space delimited list usable as command line argument list in linux shell.
+                  If needed it uses single or double quotes to wrap filename with unsafe characters.
+        'escape'- Space delimited list usable as command line argument list in linux shell.
+                  Backslash escapes every potentially unsafe character.
+    required: true
+    default: none
+  initial-fetch-depth:
+    description: |
+      How many commits are initially fetched from base branch.
+      If needed, each subsequent fetch doubles the previously requested number of commits
+      until the merge-base is found or there are no more commits in the history.
+      This option takes effect only when changes are detected using git against different base branch.
+    required: false
+    default: '100'
+outputs:
+  changes:
+    description: JSON array with names of all filters matching any of changed files
+runs:
+  using: 'node12'
+  main: 'dist/index.js'
+branding:
+  color: blue
+  icon: filter
diff --git a/paths-filter/dist/index.js b/paths-filter/dist/index.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e79004f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/paths-filter/dist/index.js
@@ -0,0 +1,33493 @@
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+/***/ 0:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+const { requestLog } = __webpack_require__(916);
+const {
+  restEndpointMethods
+} = __webpack_require__(842);
+
+const Core = __webpack_require__(529);
+
+const CORE_PLUGINS = [
+  __webpack_require__(190),
+  __webpack_require__(19), // deprecated: remove in v17
+  requestLog,
+  __webpack_require__(148),
+  restEndpointMethods,
+  __webpack_require__(430),
+
+  __webpack_require__(850) // deprecated: remove in v17
+];
+
+const OctokitRest = Core.plugin(CORE_PLUGINS);
+
+function DeprecatedOctokit(options) {
+  const warn =
+    options && options.log && options.log.warn
+      ? options.log.warn
+      : console.warn;
+  warn(
+    '[@octokit/rest] `const Octokit = require("@octokit/rest")` is deprecated. Use `const { Octokit } = require("@octokit/rest")` instead'
+  );
+  return new OctokitRest(options);
+}
+
+const Octokit = Object.assign(DeprecatedOctokit, {
+  Octokit: OctokitRest
+});
+
+Object.keys(OctokitRest).forEach(key => {
+  /* istanbul ignore else */
+  if (OctokitRest.hasOwnProperty(key)) {
+    Octokit[key] = OctokitRest[key];
+  }
+});
+
+module.exports = Octokit;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 1:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+var __awaiter = (this && this.__awaiter) || function (thisArg, _arguments, P, generator) {
+    function adopt(value) { return value instanceof P ? value : new P(function (resolve) { resolve(value); }); }
+    return new (P || (P = Promise))(function (resolve, reject) {
+        function fulfilled(value) { try { step(generator.next(value)); } catch (e) { reject(e); } }
+        function rejected(value) { try { step(generator["throw"](value)); } catch (e) { reject(e); } }
+        function step(result) { result.done ? resolve(result.value) : adopt(result.value).then(fulfilled, rejected); }
+        step((generator = generator.apply(thisArg, _arguments || [])).next());
+    });
+};
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+const childProcess = __webpack_require__(129);
+const path = __webpack_require__(622);
+const util_1 = __webpack_require__(669);
+const ioUtil = __webpack_require__(672);
+const exec = util_1.promisify(childProcess.exec);
+/**
+ * Copies a file or folder.
+ * Based off of shelljs - https://github.com/shelljs/shelljs/blob/9237f66c52e5daa40458f94f9565e18e8132f5a6/src/cp.js
+ *
+ * @param     source    source path
+ * @param     dest      destination path
+ * @param     options   optional. See CopyOptions.
+ */
+function cp(source, dest, options = {}) {
+    return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+        const { force, recursive } = readCopyOptions(options);
+        const destStat = (yield ioUtil.exists(dest)) ? yield ioUtil.stat(dest) : null;
+        // Dest is an existing file, but not forcing
+        if (destStat && destStat.isFile() && !force) {
+            return;
+        }
+        // If dest is an existing directory, should copy inside.
+        const newDest = destStat && destStat.isDirectory()
+            ? path.join(dest, path.basename(source))
+            : dest;
+        if (!(yield ioUtil.exists(source))) {
+            throw new Error(`no such file or directory: ${source}`);
+        }
+        const sourceStat = yield ioUtil.stat(source);
+        if (sourceStat.isDirectory()) {
+            if (!recursive) {
+                throw new Error(`Failed to copy. ${source} is a directory, but tried to copy without recursive flag.`);
+            }
+            else {
+                yield cpDirRecursive(source, newDest, 0, force);
+            }
+        }
+        else {
+            if (path.relative(source, newDest) === '') {
+                // a file cannot be copied to itself
+                throw new Error(`'${newDest}' and '${source}' are the same file`);
+            }
+            yield copyFile(source, newDest, force);
+        }
+    });
+}
+exports.cp = cp;
+/**
+ * Moves a path.
+ *
+ * @param     source    source path
+ * @param     dest      destination path
+ * @param     options   optional. See MoveOptions.
+ */
+function mv(source, dest, options = {}) {
+    return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+        if (yield ioUtil.exists(dest)) {
+            let destExists = true;
+            if (yield ioUtil.isDirectory(dest)) {
+                // If dest is directory copy src into dest
+                dest = path.join(dest, path.basename(source));
+                destExists = yield ioUtil.exists(dest);
+            }
+            if (destExists) {
+                if (options.force == null || options.force) {
+                    yield rmRF(dest);
+                }
+                else {
+                    throw new Error('Destination already exists');
+                }
+            }
+        }
+        yield mkdirP(path.dirname(dest));
+        yield ioUtil.rename(source, dest);
+    });
+}
+exports.mv = mv;
+/**
+ * Remove a path recursively with force
+ *
+ * @param inputPath path to remove
+ */
+function rmRF(inputPath) {
+    return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+        if (ioUtil.IS_WINDOWS) {
+            // Node doesn't provide a delete operation, only an unlink function. This means that if the file is being used by another
+            // program (e.g. antivirus), it won't be deleted. To address this, we shell out the work to rd/del.
+            try {
+                if (yield ioUtil.isDirectory(inputPath, true)) {
+                    yield exec(`rd /s /q "${inputPath}"`);
+                }
+                else {
+                    yield exec(`del /f /a "${inputPath}"`);
+                }
+            }
+            catch (err) {
+                // if you try to delete a file that doesn't exist, desired result is achieved
+                // other errors are valid
+                if (err.code !== 'ENOENT')
+                    throw err;
+            }
+            // Shelling out fails to remove a symlink folder with missing source, this unlink catches that
+            try {
+                yield ioUtil.unlink(inputPath);
+            }
+            catch (err) {
+                // if you try to delete a file that doesn't exist, desired result is achieved
+                // other errors are valid
+                if (err.code !== 'ENOENT')
+                    throw err;
+            }
+        }
+        else {
+            let isDir = false;
+            try {
+                isDir = yield ioUtil.isDirectory(inputPath);
+            }
+            catch (err) {
+                // if you try to delete a file that doesn't exist, desired result is achieved
+                // other errors are valid
+                if (err.code !== 'ENOENT')
+                    throw err;
+                return;
+            }
+            if (isDir) {
+                yield exec(`rm -rf "${inputPath}"`);
+            }
+            else {
+                yield ioUtil.unlink(inputPath);
+            }
+        }
+    });
+}
+exports.rmRF = rmRF;
+/**
+ * Make a directory.  Creates the full path with folders in between
+ * Will throw if it fails
+ *
+ * @param   fsPath        path to create
+ * @returns Promise<void>
+ */
+function mkdirP(fsPath) {
+    return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+        yield ioUtil.mkdirP(fsPath);
+    });
+}
+exports.mkdirP = mkdirP;
+/**
+ * Returns path of a tool had the tool actually been invoked.  Resolves via paths.
+ * If you check and the tool does not exist, it will throw.
+ *
+ * @param     tool              name of the tool
+ * @param     check             whether to check if tool exists
+ * @returns   Promise<string>   path to tool
+ */
+function which(tool, check) {
+    return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+        if (!tool) {
+            throw new Error("parameter 'tool' is required");
+        }
+        // recursive when check=true
+        if (check) {
+            const result = yield which(tool, false);
+            if (!result) {
+                if (ioUtil.IS_WINDOWS) {
+                    throw new Error(`Unable to locate executable file: ${tool}. Please verify either the file path exists or the file can be found within a directory specified by the PATH environment variable. Also verify the file has a valid extension for an executable file.`);
+                }
+                else {
+                    throw new Error(`Unable to locate executable file: ${tool}. Please verify either the file path exists or the file can be found within a directory specified by the PATH environment variable. Also check the file mode to verify the file is executable.`);
+                }
+            }
+        }
+        try {
+            // build the list of extensions to try
+            const extensions = [];
+            if (ioUtil.IS_WINDOWS && process.env.PATHEXT) {
+                for (const extension of process.env.PATHEXT.split(path.delimiter)) {
+                    if (extension) {
+                        extensions.push(extension);
+                    }
+                }
+            }
+            // if it's rooted, return it if exists. otherwise return empty.
+            if (ioUtil.isRooted(tool)) {
+                const filePath = yield ioUtil.tryGetExecutablePath(tool, extensions);
+                if (filePath) {
+                    return filePath;
+                }
+                return '';
+            }
+            // if any path separators, return empty
+            if (tool.includes('/') || (ioUtil.IS_WINDOWS && tool.includes('\\'))) {
+                return '';
+            }
+            // build the list of directories
+            //
+            // Note, technically "where" checks the current directory on Windows. From a toolkit perspective,
+            // it feels like we should not do this. Checking the current directory seems like more of a use
+            // case of a shell, and the which() function exposed by the toolkit should strive for consistency
+            // across platforms.
+            const directories = [];
+            if (process.env.PATH) {
+                for (const p of process.env.PATH.split(path.delimiter)) {
+                    if (p) {
+                        directories.push(p);
+                    }
+                }
+            }
+            // return the first match
+            for (const directory of directories) {
+                const filePath = yield ioUtil.tryGetExecutablePath(directory + path.sep + tool, extensions);
+                if (filePath) {
+                    return filePath;
+                }
+            }
+            return '';
+        }
+        catch (err) {
+            throw new Error(`which failed with message ${err.message}`);
+        }
+    });
+}
+exports.which = which;
+function readCopyOptions(options) {
+    const force = options.force == null ? true : options.force;
+    const recursive = Boolean(options.recursive);
+    return { force, recursive };
+}
+function cpDirRecursive(sourceDir, destDir, currentDepth, force) {
+    return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+        // Ensure there is not a run away recursive copy
+        if (currentDepth >= 255)
+            return;
+        currentDepth++;
+        yield mkdirP(destDir);
+        const files = yield ioUtil.readdir(sourceDir);
+        for (const fileName of files) {
+            const srcFile = `${sourceDir}/${fileName}`;
+            const destFile = `${destDir}/${fileName}`;
+            const srcFileStat = yield ioUtil.lstat(srcFile);
+            if (srcFileStat.isDirectory()) {
+                // Recurse
+                yield cpDirRecursive(srcFile, destFile, currentDepth, force);
+            }
+            else {
+                yield copyFile(srcFile, destFile, force);
+            }
+        }
+        // Change the mode for the newly created directory
+        yield ioUtil.chmod(destDir, (yield ioUtil.stat(sourceDir)).mode);
+    });
+}
+// Buffered file copy
+function copyFile(srcFile, destFile, force) {
+    return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+        if ((yield ioUtil.lstat(srcFile)).isSymbolicLink()) {
+            // unlink/re-link it
+            try {
+                yield ioUtil.lstat(destFile);
+                yield ioUtil.unlink(destFile);
+            }
+            catch (e) {
+                // Try to override file permission
+                if (e.code === 'EPERM') {
+                    yield ioUtil.chmod(destFile, '0666');
+                    yield ioUtil.unlink(destFile);
+                }
+                // other errors = it doesn't exist, no work to do
+            }
+            // Copy over symlink
+            const symlinkFull = yield ioUtil.readlink(srcFile);
+            yield ioUtil.symlink(symlinkFull, destFile, ioUtil.IS_WINDOWS ? 'junction' : null);
+        }
+        else if (!(yield ioUtil.exists(destFile)) || force) {
+            yield ioUtil.copyFile(srcFile, destFile);
+        }
+    });
+}
+//# sourceMappingURL=io.js.map
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 2:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+const os = __webpack_require__(87);
+const macosRelease = __webpack_require__(118);
+const winRelease = __webpack_require__(49);
+
+const osName = (platform, release) => {
+	if (!platform && release) {
+		throw new Error('You can\'t specify a `release` without specifying `platform`');
+	}
+
+	platform = platform || os.platform();
+
+	let id;
+
+	if (platform === 'darwin') {
+		if (!release && os.platform() === 'darwin') {
+			release = os.release();
+		}
+
+		const prefix = release ? (Number(release.split('.')[0]) > 15 ? 'macOS' : 'OS X') : 'macOS';
+		id = release ? macosRelease(release).name : '';
+		return prefix + (id ? ' ' + id : '');
+	}
+
+	if (platform === 'linux') {
+		if (!release && os.platform() === 'linux') {
+			release = os.release();
+		}
+
+		id = release ? release.replace(/^(\d+\.\d+).*/, '$1') : '';
+		return 'Linux' + (id ? ' ' + id : '');
+	}
+
+	if (platform === 'win32') {
+		if (!release && os.platform() === 'win32') {
+			release = os.release();
+		}
+
+		id = release ? winRelease(release) : '';
+		return 'Windows' + (id ? ' ' + id : '');
+	}
+
+	return platform;
+};
+
+module.exports = osName;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 9:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+var once = __webpack_require__(969);
+
+var noop = function() {};
+
+var isRequest = function(stream) {
+	return stream.setHeader && typeof stream.abort === 'function';
+};
+
+var isChildProcess = function(stream) {
+	return stream.stdio && Array.isArray(stream.stdio) && stream.stdio.length === 3
+};
+
+var eos = function(stream, opts, callback) {
+	if (typeof opts === 'function') return eos(stream, null, opts);
+	if (!opts) opts = {};
+
+	callback = once(callback || noop);
+
+	var ws = stream._writableState;
+	var rs = stream._readableState;
+	var readable = opts.readable || (opts.readable !== false && stream.readable);
+	var writable = opts.writable || (opts.writable !== false && stream.writable);
+	var cancelled = false;
+
+	var onlegacyfinish = function() {
+		if (!stream.writable) onfinish();
+	};
+
+	var onfinish = function() {
+		writable = false;
+		if (!readable) callback.call(stream);
+	};
+
+	var onend = function() {
+		readable = false;
+		if (!writable) callback.call(stream);
+	};
+
+	var onexit = function(exitCode) {
+		callback.call(stream, exitCode ? new Error('exited with error code: ' + exitCode) : null);
+	};
+
+	var onerror = function(err) {
+		callback.call(stream, err);
+	};
+
+	var onclose = function() {
+		process.nextTick(onclosenexttick);
+	};
+
+	var onclosenexttick = function() {
+		if (cancelled) return;
+		if (readable && !(rs && (rs.ended && !rs.destroyed))) return callback.call(stream, new Error('premature close'));
+		if (writable && !(ws && (ws.ended && !ws.destroyed))) return callback.call(stream, new Error('premature close'));
+	};
+
+	var onrequest = function() {
+		stream.req.on('finish', onfinish);
+	};
+
+	if (isRequest(stream)) {
+		stream.on('complete', onfinish);
+		stream.on('abort', onclose);
+		if (stream.req) onrequest();
+		else stream.on('request', onrequest);
+	} else if (writable && !ws) { // legacy streams
+		stream.on('end', onlegacyfinish);
+		stream.on('close', onlegacyfinish);
+	}
+
+	if (isChildProcess(stream)) stream.on('exit', onexit);
+
+	stream.on('end', onend);
+	stream.on('finish', onfinish);
+	if (opts.error !== false) stream.on('error', onerror);
+	stream.on('close', onclose);
+
+	return function() {
+		cancelled = true;
+		stream.removeListener('complete', onfinish);
+		stream.removeListener('abort', onclose);
+		stream.removeListener('request', onrequest);
+		if (stream.req) stream.req.removeListener('finish', onfinish);
+		stream.removeListener('end', onlegacyfinish);
+		stream.removeListener('close', onlegacyfinish);
+		stream.removeListener('finish', onfinish);
+		stream.removeListener('exit', onexit);
+		stream.removeListener('end', onend);
+		stream.removeListener('error', onerror);
+		stream.removeListener('close', onclose);
+	};
+};
+
+module.exports = eos;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 11:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+// Returns a wrapper function that returns a wrapped callback
+// The wrapper function should do some stuff, and return a
+// presumably different callback function.
+// This makes sure that own properties are retained, so that
+// decorations and such are not lost along the way.
+module.exports = wrappy
+function wrappy (fn, cb) {
+  if (fn && cb) return wrappy(fn)(cb)
+
+  if (typeof fn !== 'function')
+    throw new TypeError('need wrapper function')
+
+  Object.keys(fn).forEach(function (k) {
+    wrapper[k] = fn[k]
+  })
+
+  return wrapper
+
+  function wrapper() {
+    var args = new Array(arguments.length)
+    for (var i = 0; i < args.length; i++) {
+      args[i] = arguments[i]
+    }
+    var ret = fn.apply(this, args)
+    var cb = args[args.length-1]
+    if (typeof ret === 'function' && ret !== cb) {
+      Object.keys(cb).forEach(function (k) {
+        ret[k] = cb[k]
+      })
+    }
+    return ret
+  }
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 16:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = require("tls");
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 18:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = eval("require")("encoding");
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 19:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = authenticationPlugin;
+
+const { Deprecation } = __webpack_require__(692);
+const once = __webpack_require__(969);
+
+const deprecateAuthenticate = once((log, deprecation) => log.warn(deprecation));
+
+const authenticate = __webpack_require__(674);
+const beforeRequest = __webpack_require__(471);
+const requestError = __webpack_require__(349);
+
+function authenticationPlugin(octokit, options) {
+  if (options.auth) {
+    octokit.authenticate = () => {
+      deprecateAuthenticate(
+        octokit.log,
+        new Deprecation(
+          '[@octokit/rest] octokit.authenticate() is deprecated and has no effect when "auth" option is set on Octokit constructor'
+        )
+      );
+    };
+    return;
+  }
+  const state = {
+    octokit,
+    auth: false
+  };
+  octokit.authenticate = authenticate.bind(null, state);
+  octokit.hook.before("request", beforeRequest.bind(null, state));
+  octokit.hook.error("request", requestError.bind(null, state));
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 20:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+const cp = __webpack_require__(129);
+const parse = __webpack_require__(568);
+const enoent = __webpack_require__(881);
+
+function spawn(command, args, options) {
+    // Parse the arguments
+    const parsed = parse(command, args, options);
+
+    // Spawn the child process
+    const spawned = cp.spawn(parsed.command, parsed.args, parsed.options);
+
+    // Hook into child process "exit" event to emit an error if the command
+    // does not exists, see: https://github.com/IndigoUnited/node-cross-spawn/issues/16
+    enoent.hookChildProcess(spawned, parsed);
+
+    return spawned;
+}
+
+function spawnSync(command, args, options) {
+    // Parse the arguments
+    const parsed = parse(command, args, options);
+
+    // Spawn the child process
+    const result = cp.spawnSync(parsed.command, parsed.args, parsed.options);
+
+    // Analyze if the command does not exist, see: https://github.com/IndigoUnited/node-cross-spawn/issues/16
+    result.error = result.error || enoent.verifyENOENTSync(result.status, parsed);
+
+    return result;
+}
+
+module.exports = spawn;
+module.exports.spawn = spawn;
+module.exports.sync = spawnSync;
+
+module.exports._parse = parse;
+module.exports._enoent = enoent;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 23:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+// Standard YAML's JSON schema.
+// http://www.yaml.org/spec/1.2/spec.html#id2803231
+//
+// NOTE: JS-YAML does not support schema-specific tag resolution restrictions.
+// So, this schema is not such strict as defined in the YAML specification.
+// It allows numbers in binary notaion, use `Null` and `NULL` as `null`, etc.
+
+
+
+
+
+var Schema = __webpack_require__(43);
+
+
+module.exports = new Schema({
+  include: [
+    __webpack_require__(581)
+  ],
+  implicit: [
+    __webpack_require__(809),
+    __webpack_require__(228),
+    __webpack_require__(44),
+    __webpack_require__(417)
+  ]
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 39:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+module.exports = opts => {
+	opts = opts || {};
+
+	const env = opts.env || process.env;
+	const platform = opts.platform || process.platform;
+
+	if (platform !== 'win32') {
+		return 'PATH';
+	}
+
+	return Object.keys(env).find(x => x.toUpperCase() === 'PATH') || 'Path';
+};
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 43:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+/*eslint-disable max-len*/
+
+var common        = __webpack_require__(740);
+var YAMLException = __webpack_require__(556);
+var Type          = __webpack_require__(945);
+
+
+function compileList(schema, name, result) {
+  var exclude = [];
+
+  schema.include.forEach(function (includedSchema) {
+    result = compileList(includedSchema, name, result);
+  });
+
+  schema[name].forEach(function (currentType) {
+    result.forEach(function (previousType, previousIndex) {
+      if (previousType.tag === currentType.tag && previousType.kind === currentType.kind) {
+        exclude.push(previousIndex);
+      }
+    });
+
+    result.push(currentType);
+  });
+
+  return result.filter(function (type, index) {
+    return exclude.indexOf(index) === -1;
+  });
+}
+
+
+function compileMap(/* lists... */) {
+  var result = {
+        scalar: {},
+        sequence: {},
+        mapping: {},
+        fallback: {}
+      }, index, length;
+
+  function collectType(type) {
+    result[type.kind][type.tag] = result['fallback'][type.tag] = type;
+  }
+
+  for (index = 0, length = arguments.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+    arguments[index].forEach(collectType);
+  }
+  return result;
+}
+
+
+function Schema(definition) {
+  this.include  = definition.include  || [];
+  this.implicit = definition.implicit || [];
+  this.explicit = definition.explicit || [];
+
+  this.implicit.forEach(function (type) {
+    if (type.loadKind && type.loadKind !== 'scalar') {
+      throw new YAMLException('There is a non-scalar type in the implicit list of a schema. Implicit resolving of such types is not supported.');
+    }
+  });
+
+  this.compiledImplicit = compileList(this, 'implicit', []);
+  this.compiledExplicit = compileList(this, 'explicit', []);
+  this.compiledTypeMap  = compileMap(this.compiledImplicit, this.compiledExplicit);
+}
+
+
+Schema.DEFAULT = null;
+
+
+Schema.create = function createSchema() {
+  var schemas, types;
+
+  switch (arguments.length) {
+    case 1:
+      schemas = Schema.DEFAULT;
+      types = arguments[0];
+      break;
+
+    case 2:
+      schemas = arguments[0];
+      types = arguments[1];
+      break;
+
+    default:
+      throw new YAMLException('Wrong number of arguments for Schema.create function');
+  }
+
+  schemas = common.toArray(schemas);
+  types = common.toArray(types);
+
+  if (!schemas.every(function (schema) { return schema instanceof Schema; })) {
+    throw new YAMLException('Specified list of super schemas (or a single Schema object) contains a non-Schema object.');
+  }
+
+  if (!types.every(function (type) { return type instanceof Type; })) {
+    throw new YAMLException('Specified list of YAML types (or a single Type object) contains a non-Type object.');
+  }
+
+  return new Schema({
+    include: schemas,
+    explicit: types
+  });
+};
+
+
+module.exports = Schema;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 44:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var common = __webpack_require__(740);
+var Type   = __webpack_require__(945);
+
+function isHexCode(c) {
+  return ((0x30/* 0 */ <= c) && (c <= 0x39/* 9 */)) ||
+         ((0x41/* A */ <= c) && (c <= 0x46/* F */)) ||
+         ((0x61/* a */ <= c) && (c <= 0x66/* f */));
+}
+
+function isOctCode(c) {
+  return ((0x30/* 0 */ <= c) && (c <= 0x37/* 7 */));
+}
+
+function isDecCode(c) {
+  return ((0x30/* 0 */ <= c) && (c <= 0x39/* 9 */));
+}
+
+function resolveYamlInteger(data) {
+  if (data === null) return false;
+
+  var max = data.length,
+      index = 0,
+      hasDigits = false,
+      ch;
+
+  if (!max) return false;
+
+  ch = data[index];
+
+  // sign
+  if (ch === '-' || ch === '+') {
+    ch = data[++index];
+  }
+
+  if (ch === '0') {
+    // 0
+    if (index + 1 === max) return true;
+    ch = data[++index];
+
+    // base 2, base 8, base 16
+
+    if (ch === 'b') {
+      // base 2
+      index++;
+
+      for (; index < max; index++) {
+        ch = data[index];
+        if (ch === '_') continue;
+        if (ch !== '0' && ch !== '1') return false;
+        hasDigits = true;
+      }
+      return hasDigits && ch !== '_';
+    }
+
+
+    if (ch === 'x') {
+      // base 16
+      index++;
+
+      for (; index < max; index++) {
+        ch = data[index];
+        if (ch === '_') continue;
+        if (!isHexCode(data.charCodeAt(index))) return false;
+        hasDigits = true;
+      }
+      return hasDigits && ch !== '_';
+    }
+
+    // base 8
+    for (; index < max; index++) {
+      ch = data[index];
+      if (ch === '_') continue;
+      if (!isOctCode(data.charCodeAt(index))) return false;
+      hasDigits = true;
+    }
+    return hasDigits && ch !== '_';
+  }
+
+  // base 10 (except 0) or base 60
+
+  // value should not start with `_`;
+  if (ch === '_') return false;
+
+  for (; index < max; index++) {
+    ch = data[index];
+    if (ch === '_') continue;
+    if (ch === ':') break;
+    if (!isDecCode(data.charCodeAt(index))) {
+      return false;
+    }
+    hasDigits = true;
+  }
+
+  // Should have digits and should not end with `_`
+  if (!hasDigits || ch === '_') return false;
+
+  // if !base60 - done;
+  if (ch !== ':') return true;
+
+  // base60 almost not used, no needs to optimize
+  return /^(:[0-5]?[0-9])+$/.test(data.slice(index));
+}
+
+function constructYamlInteger(data) {
+  var value = data, sign = 1, ch, base, digits = [];
+
+  if (value.indexOf('_') !== -1) {
+    value = value.replace(/_/g, '');
+  }
+
+  ch = value[0];
+
+  if (ch === '-' || ch === '+') {
+    if (ch === '-') sign = -1;
+    value = value.slice(1);
+    ch = value[0];
+  }
+
+  if (value === '0') return 0;
+
+  if (ch === '0') {
+    if (value[1] === 'b') return sign * parseInt(value.slice(2), 2);
+    if (value[1] === 'x') return sign * parseInt(value, 16);
+    return sign * parseInt(value, 8);
+  }
+
+  if (value.indexOf(':') !== -1) {
+    value.split(':').forEach(function (v) {
+      digits.unshift(parseInt(v, 10));
+    });
+
+    value = 0;
+    base = 1;
+
+    digits.forEach(function (d) {
+      value += (d * base);
+      base *= 60;
+    });
+
+    return sign * value;
+
+  }
+
+  return sign * parseInt(value, 10);
+}
+
+function isInteger(object) {
+  return (Object.prototype.toString.call(object)) === '[object Number]' &&
+         (object % 1 === 0 && !common.isNegativeZero(object));
+}
+
+module.exports = new Type('tag:yaml.org,2002:int', {
+  kind: 'scalar',
+  resolve: resolveYamlInteger,
+  construct: constructYamlInteger,
+  predicate: isInteger,
+  represent: {
+    binary:      function (obj) { return obj >= 0 ? '0b' + obj.toString(2) : '-0b' + obj.toString(2).slice(1); },
+    octal:       function (obj) { return obj >= 0 ? '0'  + obj.toString(8) : '-0'  + obj.toString(8).slice(1); },
+    decimal:     function (obj) { return obj.toString(10); },
+    /* eslint-disable max-len */
+    hexadecimal: function (obj) { return obj >= 0 ? '0x' + obj.toString(16).toUpperCase() :  '-0x' + obj.toString(16).toUpperCase().slice(1); }
+  },
+  defaultStyle: 'decimal',
+  styleAliases: {
+    binary:      [ 2,  'bin' ],
+    octal:       [ 8,  'oct' ],
+    decimal:     [ 10, 'dec' ],
+    hexadecimal: [ 16, 'hex' ]
+  }
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 47:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = factory;
+
+const Octokit = __webpack_require__(402);
+const registerPlugin = __webpack_require__(855);
+
+function factory(plugins) {
+  const Api = Octokit.bind(null, plugins || []);
+  Api.plugin = registerPlugin.bind(null, plugins || []);
+  return Api;
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 48:
+/***/ (function(module, exports) {
+
+exports = module.exports = SemVer
+
+var debug
+/* istanbul ignore next */
+if (typeof process === 'object' &&
+    process.env &&
+    process.env.NODE_DEBUG &&
+    /\bsemver\b/i.test(process.env.NODE_DEBUG)) {
+  debug = function () {
+    var args = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 0)
+    args.unshift('SEMVER')
+    console.log.apply(console, args)
+  }
+} else {
+  debug = function () {}
+}
+
+// Note: this is the semver.org version of the spec that it implements
+// Not necessarily the package version of this code.
+exports.SEMVER_SPEC_VERSION = '2.0.0'
+
+var MAX_LENGTH = 256
+var MAX_SAFE_INTEGER = Number.MAX_SAFE_INTEGER ||
+  /* istanbul ignore next */ 9007199254740991
+
+// Max safe segment length for coercion.
+var MAX_SAFE_COMPONENT_LENGTH = 16
+
+// The actual regexps go on exports.re
+var re = exports.re = []
+var src = exports.src = []
+var R = 0
+
+// The following Regular Expressions can be used for tokenizing,
+// validating, and parsing SemVer version strings.
+
+// ## Numeric Identifier
+// A single `0`, or a non-zero digit followed by zero or more digits.
+
+var NUMERICIDENTIFIER = R++
+src[NUMERICIDENTIFIER] = '0|[1-9]\\d*'
+var NUMERICIDENTIFIERLOOSE = R++
+src[NUMERICIDENTIFIERLOOSE] = '[0-9]+'
+
+// ## Non-numeric Identifier
+// Zero or more digits, followed by a letter or hyphen, and then zero or
+// more letters, digits, or hyphens.
+
+var NONNUMERICIDENTIFIER = R++
+src[NONNUMERICIDENTIFIER] = '\\d*[a-zA-Z-][a-zA-Z0-9-]*'
+
+// ## Main Version
+// Three dot-separated numeric identifiers.
+
+var MAINVERSION = R++
+src[MAINVERSION] = '(' + src[NUMERICIDENTIFIER] + ')\\.' +
+                   '(' + src[NUMERICIDENTIFIER] + ')\\.' +
+                   '(' + src[NUMERICIDENTIFIER] + ')'
+
+var MAINVERSIONLOOSE = R++
+src[MAINVERSIONLOOSE] = '(' + src[NUMERICIDENTIFIERLOOSE] + ')\\.' +
+                        '(' + src[NUMERICIDENTIFIERLOOSE] + ')\\.' +
+                        '(' + src[NUMERICIDENTIFIERLOOSE] + ')'
+
+// ## Pre-release Version Identifier
+// A numeric identifier, or a non-numeric identifier.
+
+var PRERELEASEIDENTIFIER = R++
+src[PRERELEASEIDENTIFIER] = '(?:' + src[NUMERICIDENTIFIER] +
+                            '|' + src[NONNUMERICIDENTIFIER] + ')'
+
+var PRERELEASEIDENTIFIERLOOSE = R++
+src[PRERELEASEIDENTIFIERLOOSE] = '(?:' + src[NUMERICIDENTIFIERLOOSE] +
+                                 '|' + src[NONNUMERICIDENTIFIER] + ')'
+
+// ## Pre-release Version
+// Hyphen, followed by one or more dot-separated pre-release version
+// identifiers.
+
+var PRERELEASE = R++
+src[PRERELEASE] = '(?:-(' + src[PRERELEASEIDENTIFIER] +
+                  '(?:\\.' + src[PRERELEASEIDENTIFIER] + ')*))'
+
+var PRERELEASELOOSE = R++
+src[PRERELEASELOOSE] = '(?:-?(' + src[PRERELEASEIDENTIFIERLOOSE] +
+                       '(?:\\.' + src[PRERELEASEIDENTIFIERLOOSE] + ')*))'
+
+// ## Build Metadata Identifier
+// Any combination of digits, letters, or hyphens.
+
+var BUILDIDENTIFIER = R++
+src[BUILDIDENTIFIER] = '[0-9A-Za-z-]+'
+
+// ## Build Metadata
+// Plus sign, followed by one or more period-separated build metadata
+// identifiers.
+
+var BUILD = R++
+src[BUILD] = '(?:\\+(' + src[BUILDIDENTIFIER] +
+             '(?:\\.' + src[BUILDIDENTIFIER] + ')*))'
+
+// ## Full Version String
+// A main version, followed optionally by a pre-release version and
+// build metadata.
+
+// Note that the only major, minor, patch, and pre-release sections of
+// the version string are capturing groups.  The build metadata is not a
+// capturing group, because it should not ever be used in version
+// comparison.
+
+var FULL = R++
+var FULLPLAIN = 'v?' + src[MAINVERSION] +
+                src[PRERELEASE] + '?' +
+                src[BUILD] + '?'
+
+src[FULL] = '^' + FULLPLAIN + '$'
+
+// like full, but allows v1.2.3 and =1.2.3, which people do sometimes.
+// also, 1.0.0alpha1 (prerelease without the hyphen) which is pretty
+// common in the npm registry.
+var LOOSEPLAIN = '[v=\\s]*' + src[MAINVERSIONLOOSE] +
+                 src[PRERELEASELOOSE] + '?' +
+                 src[BUILD] + '?'
+
+var LOOSE = R++
+src[LOOSE] = '^' + LOOSEPLAIN + '$'
+
+var GTLT = R++
+src[GTLT] = '((?:<|>)?=?)'
+
+// Something like "2.*" or "1.2.x".
+// Note that "x.x" is a valid xRange identifer, meaning "any version"
+// Only the first item is strictly required.
+var XRANGEIDENTIFIERLOOSE = R++
+src[XRANGEIDENTIFIERLOOSE] = src[NUMERICIDENTIFIERLOOSE] + '|x|X|\\*'
+var XRANGEIDENTIFIER = R++
+src[XRANGEIDENTIFIER] = src[NUMERICIDENTIFIER] + '|x|X|\\*'
+
+var XRANGEPLAIN = R++
+src[XRANGEPLAIN] = '[v=\\s]*(' + src[XRANGEIDENTIFIER] + ')' +
+                   '(?:\\.(' + src[XRANGEIDENTIFIER] + ')' +
+                   '(?:\\.(' + src[XRANGEIDENTIFIER] + ')' +
+                   '(?:' + src[PRERELEASE] + ')?' +
+                   src[BUILD] + '?' +
+                   ')?)?'
+
+var XRANGEPLAINLOOSE = R++
+src[XRANGEPLAINLOOSE] = '[v=\\s]*(' + src[XRANGEIDENTIFIERLOOSE] + ')' +
+                        '(?:\\.(' + src[XRANGEIDENTIFIERLOOSE] + ')' +
+                        '(?:\\.(' + src[XRANGEIDENTIFIERLOOSE] + ')' +
+                        '(?:' + src[PRERELEASELOOSE] + ')?' +
+                        src[BUILD] + '?' +
+                        ')?)?'
+
+var XRANGE = R++
+src[XRANGE] = '^' + src[GTLT] + '\\s*' + src[XRANGEPLAIN] + '$'
+var XRANGELOOSE = R++
+src[XRANGELOOSE] = '^' + src[GTLT] + '\\s*' + src[XRANGEPLAINLOOSE] + '$'
+
+// Coercion.
+// Extract anything that could conceivably be a part of a valid semver
+var COERCE = R++
+src[COERCE] = '(?:^|[^\\d])' +
+              '(\\d{1,' + MAX_SAFE_COMPONENT_LENGTH + '})' +
+              '(?:\\.(\\d{1,' + MAX_SAFE_COMPONENT_LENGTH + '}))?' +
+              '(?:\\.(\\d{1,' + MAX_SAFE_COMPONENT_LENGTH + '}))?' +
+              '(?:$|[^\\d])'
+
+// Tilde ranges.
+// Meaning is "reasonably at or greater than"
+var LONETILDE = R++
+src[LONETILDE] = '(?:~>?)'
+
+var TILDETRIM = R++
+src[TILDETRIM] = '(\\s*)' + src[LONETILDE] + '\\s+'
+re[TILDETRIM] = new RegExp(src[TILDETRIM], 'g')
+var tildeTrimReplace = '$1~'
+
+var TILDE = R++
+src[TILDE] = '^' + src[LONETILDE] + src[XRANGEPLAIN] + '$'
+var TILDELOOSE = R++
+src[TILDELOOSE] = '^' + src[LONETILDE] + src[XRANGEPLAINLOOSE] + '$'
+
+// Caret ranges.
+// Meaning is "at least and backwards compatible with"
+var LONECARET = R++
+src[LONECARET] = '(?:\\^)'
+
+var CARETTRIM = R++
+src[CARETTRIM] = '(\\s*)' + src[LONECARET] + '\\s+'
+re[CARETTRIM] = new RegExp(src[CARETTRIM], 'g')
+var caretTrimReplace = '$1^'
+
+var CARET = R++
+src[CARET] = '^' + src[LONECARET] + src[XRANGEPLAIN] + '$'
+var CARETLOOSE = R++
+src[CARETLOOSE] = '^' + src[LONECARET] + src[XRANGEPLAINLOOSE] + '$'
+
+// A simple gt/lt/eq thing, or just "" to indicate "any version"
+var COMPARATORLOOSE = R++
+src[COMPARATORLOOSE] = '^' + src[GTLT] + '\\s*(' + LOOSEPLAIN + ')$|^$'
+var COMPARATOR = R++
+src[COMPARATOR] = '^' + src[GTLT] + '\\s*(' + FULLPLAIN + ')$|^$'
+
+// An expression to strip any whitespace between the gtlt and the thing
+// it modifies, so that `> 1.2.3` ==> `>1.2.3`
+var COMPARATORTRIM = R++
+src[COMPARATORTRIM] = '(\\s*)' + src[GTLT] +
+                      '\\s*(' + LOOSEPLAIN + '|' + src[XRANGEPLAIN] + ')'
+
+// this one has to use the /g flag
+re[COMPARATORTRIM] = new RegExp(src[COMPARATORTRIM], 'g')
+var comparatorTrimReplace = '$1$2$3'
+
+// Something like `1.2.3 - 1.2.4`
+// Note that these all use the loose form, because they'll be
+// checked against either the strict or loose comparator form
+// later.
+var HYPHENRANGE = R++
+src[HYPHENRANGE] = '^\\s*(' + src[XRANGEPLAIN] + ')' +
+                   '\\s+-\\s+' +
+                   '(' + src[XRANGEPLAIN] + ')' +
+                   '\\s*$'
+
+var HYPHENRANGELOOSE = R++
+src[HYPHENRANGELOOSE] = '^\\s*(' + src[XRANGEPLAINLOOSE] + ')' +
+                        '\\s+-\\s+' +
+                        '(' + src[XRANGEPLAINLOOSE] + ')' +
+                        '\\s*$'
+
+// Star ranges basically just allow anything at all.
+var STAR = R++
+src[STAR] = '(<|>)?=?\\s*\\*'
+
+// Compile to actual regexp objects.
+// All are flag-free, unless they were created above with a flag.
+for (var i = 0; i < R; i++) {
+  debug(i, src[i])
+  if (!re[i]) {
+    re[i] = new RegExp(src[i])
+  }
+}
+
+exports.parse = parse
+function parse (version, options) {
+  if (!options || typeof options !== 'object') {
+    options = {
+      loose: !!options,
+      includePrerelease: false
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (version instanceof SemVer) {
+    return version
+  }
+
+  if (typeof version !== 'string') {
+    return null
+  }
+
+  if (version.length > MAX_LENGTH) {
+    return null
+  }
+
+  var r = options.loose ? re[LOOSE] : re[FULL]
+  if (!r.test(version)) {
+    return null
+  }
+
+  try {
+    return new SemVer(version, options)
+  } catch (er) {
+    return null
+  }
+}
+
+exports.valid = valid
+function valid (version, options) {
+  var v = parse(version, options)
+  return v ? v.version : null
+}
+
+exports.clean = clean
+function clean (version, options) {
+  var s = parse(version.trim().replace(/^[=v]+/, ''), options)
+  return s ? s.version : null
+}
+
+exports.SemVer = SemVer
+
+function SemVer (version, options) {
+  if (!options || typeof options !== 'object') {
+    options = {
+      loose: !!options,
+      includePrerelease: false
+    }
+  }
+  if (version instanceof SemVer) {
+    if (version.loose === options.loose) {
+      return version
+    } else {
+      version = version.version
+    }
+  } else if (typeof version !== 'string') {
+    throw new TypeError('Invalid Version: ' + version)
+  }
+
+  if (version.length > MAX_LENGTH) {
+    throw new TypeError('version is longer than ' + MAX_LENGTH + ' characters')
+  }
+
+  if (!(this instanceof SemVer)) {
+    return new SemVer(version, options)
+  }
+
+  debug('SemVer', version, options)
+  this.options = options
+  this.loose = !!options.loose
+
+  var m = version.trim().match(options.loose ? re[LOOSE] : re[FULL])
+
+  if (!m) {
+    throw new TypeError('Invalid Version: ' + version)
+  }
+
+  this.raw = version
+
+  // these are actually numbers
+  this.major = +m[1]
+  this.minor = +m[2]
+  this.patch = +m[3]
+
+  if (this.major > MAX_SAFE_INTEGER || this.major < 0) {
+    throw new TypeError('Invalid major version')
+  }
+
+  if (this.minor > MAX_SAFE_INTEGER || this.minor < 0) {
+    throw new TypeError('Invalid minor version')
+  }
+
+  if (this.patch > MAX_SAFE_INTEGER || this.patch < 0) {
+    throw new TypeError('Invalid patch version')
+  }
+
+  // numberify any prerelease numeric ids
+  if (!m[4]) {
+    this.prerelease = []
+  } else {
+    this.prerelease = m[4].split('.').map(function (id) {
+      if (/^[0-9]+$/.test(id)) {
+        var num = +id
+        if (num >= 0 && num < MAX_SAFE_INTEGER) {
+          return num
+        }
+      }
+      return id
+    })
+  }
+
+  this.build = m[5] ? m[5].split('.') : []
+  this.format()
+}
+
+SemVer.prototype.format = function () {
+  this.version = this.major + '.' + this.minor + '.' + this.patch
+  if (this.prerelease.length) {
+    this.version += '-' + this.prerelease.join('.')
+  }
+  return this.version
+}
+
+SemVer.prototype.toString = function () {
+  return this.version
+}
+
+SemVer.prototype.compare = function (other) {
+  debug('SemVer.compare', this.version, this.options, other)
+  if (!(other instanceof SemVer)) {
+    other = new SemVer(other, this.options)
+  }
+
+  return this.compareMain(other) || this.comparePre(other)
+}
+
+SemVer.prototype.compareMain = function (other) {
+  if (!(other instanceof SemVer)) {
+    other = new SemVer(other, this.options)
+  }
+
+  return compareIdentifiers(this.major, other.major) ||
+         compareIdentifiers(this.minor, other.minor) ||
+         compareIdentifiers(this.patch, other.patch)
+}
+
+SemVer.prototype.comparePre = function (other) {
+  if (!(other instanceof SemVer)) {
+    other = new SemVer(other, this.options)
+  }
+
+  // NOT having a prerelease is > having one
+  if (this.prerelease.length && !other.prerelease.length) {
+    return -1
+  } else if (!this.prerelease.length && other.prerelease.length) {
+    return 1
+  } else if (!this.prerelease.length && !other.prerelease.length) {
+    return 0
+  }
+
+  var i = 0
+  do {
+    var a = this.prerelease[i]
+    var b = other.prerelease[i]
+    debug('prerelease compare', i, a, b)
+    if (a === undefined && b === undefined) {
+      return 0
+    } else if (b === undefined) {
+      return 1
+    } else if (a === undefined) {
+      return -1
+    } else if (a === b) {
+      continue
+    } else {
+      return compareIdentifiers(a, b)
+    }
+  } while (++i)
+}
+
+// preminor will bump the version up to the next minor release, and immediately
+// down to pre-release. premajor and prepatch work the same way.
+SemVer.prototype.inc = function (release, identifier) {
+  switch (release) {
+    case 'premajor':
+      this.prerelease.length = 0
+      this.patch = 0
+      this.minor = 0
+      this.major++
+      this.inc('pre', identifier)
+      break
+    case 'preminor':
+      this.prerelease.length = 0
+      this.patch = 0
+      this.minor++
+      this.inc('pre', identifier)
+      break
+    case 'prepatch':
+      // If this is already a prerelease, it will bump to the next version
+      // drop any prereleases that might already exist, since they are not
+      // relevant at this point.
+      this.prerelease.length = 0
+      this.inc('patch', identifier)
+      this.inc('pre', identifier)
+      break
+    // If the input is a non-prerelease version, this acts the same as
+    // prepatch.
+    case 'prerelease':
+      if (this.prerelease.length === 0) {
+        this.inc('patch', identifier)
+      }
+      this.inc('pre', identifier)
+      break
+
+    case 'major':
+      // If this is a pre-major version, bump up to the same major version.
+      // Otherwise increment major.
+      // 1.0.0-5 bumps to 1.0.0
+      // 1.1.0 bumps to 2.0.0
+      if (this.minor !== 0 ||
+          this.patch !== 0 ||
+          this.prerelease.length === 0) {
+        this.major++
+      }
+      this.minor = 0
+      this.patch = 0
+      this.prerelease = []
+      break
+    case 'minor':
+      // If this is a pre-minor version, bump up to the same minor version.
+      // Otherwise increment minor.
+      // 1.2.0-5 bumps to 1.2.0
+      // 1.2.1 bumps to 1.3.0
+      if (this.patch !== 0 || this.prerelease.length === 0) {
+        this.minor++
+      }
+      this.patch = 0
+      this.prerelease = []
+      break
+    case 'patch':
+      // If this is not a pre-release version, it will increment the patch.
+      // If it is a pre-release it will bump up to the same patch version.
+      // 1.2.0-5 patches to 1.2.0
+      // 1.2.0 patches to 1.2.1
+      if (this.prerelease.length === 0) {
+        this.patch++
+      }
+      this.prerelease = []
+      break
+    // This probably shouldn't be used publicly.
+    // 1.0.0 "pre" would become 1.0.0-0 which is the wrong direction.
+    case 'pre':
+      if (this.prerelease.length === 0) {
+        this.prerelease = [0]
+      } else {
+        var i = this.prerelease.length
+        while (--i >= 0) {
+          if (typeof this.prerelease[i] === 'number') {
+            this.prerelease[i]++
+            i = -2
+          }
+        }
+        if (i === -1) {
+          // didn't increment anything
+          this.prerelease.push(0)
+        }
+      }
+      if (identifier) {
+        // 1.2.0-beta.1 bumps to 1.2.0-beta.2,
+        // 1.2.0-beta.fooblz or 1.2.0-beta bumps to 1.2.0-beta.0
+        if (this.prerelease[0] === identifier) {
+          if (isNaN(this.prerelease[1])) {
+            this.prerelease = [identifier, 0]
+          }
+        } else {
+          this.prerelease = [identifier, 0]
+        }
+      }
+      break
+
+    default:
+      throw new Error('invalid increment argument: ' + release)
+  }
+  this.format()
+  this.raw = this.version
+  return this
+}
+
+exports.inc = inc
+function inc (version, release, loose, identifier) {
+  if (typeof (loose) === 'string') {
+    identifier = loose
+    loose = undefined
+  }
+
+  try {
+    return new SemVer(version, loose).inc(release, identifier).version
+  } catch (er) {
+    return null
+  }
+}
+
+exports.diff = diff
+function diff (version1, version2) {
+  if (eq(version1, version2)) {
+    return null
+  } else {
+    var v1 = parse(version1)
+    var v2 = parse(version2)
+    var prefix = ''
+    if (v1.prerelease.length || v2.prerelease.length) {
+      prefix = 'pre'
+      var defaultResult = 'prerelease'
+    }
+    for (var key in v1) {
+      if (key === 'major' || key === 'minor' || key === 'patch') {
+        if (v1[key] !== v2[key]) {
+          return prefix + key
+        }
+      }
+    }
+    return defaultResult // may be undefined
+  }
+}
+
+exports.compareIdentifiers = compareIdentifiers
+
+var numeric = /^[0-9]+$/
+function compareIdentifiers (a, b) {
+  var anum = numeric.test(a)
+  var bnum = numeric.test(b)
+
+  if (anum && bnum) {
+    a = +a
+    b = +b
+  }
+
+  return a === b ? 0
+    : (anum && !bnum) ? -1
+    : (bnum && !anum) ? 1
+    : a < b ? -1
+    : 1
+}
+
+exports.rcompareIdentifiers = rcompareIdentifiers
+function rcompareIdentifiers (a, b) {
+  return compareIdentifiers(b, a)
+}
+
+exports.major = major
+function major (a, loose) {
+  return new SemVer(a, loose).major
+}
+
+exports.minor = minor
+function minor (a, loose) {
+  return new SemVer(a, loose).minor
+}
+
+exports.patch = patch
+function patch (a, loose) {
+  return new SemVer(a, loose).patch
+}
+
+exports.compare = compare
+function compare (a, b, loose) {
+  return new SemVer(a, loose).compare(new SemVer(b, loose))
+}
+
+exports.compareLoose = compareLoose
+function compareLoose (a, b) {
+  return compare(a, b, true)
+}
+
+exports.rcompare = rcompare
+function rcompare (a, b, loose) {
+  return compare(b, a, loose)
+}
+
+exports.sort = sort
+function sort (list, loose) {
+  return list.sort(function (a, b) {
+    return exports.compare(a, b, loose)
+  })
+}
+
+exports.rsort = rsort
+function rsort (list, loose) {
+  return list.sort(function (a, b) {
+    return exports.rcompare(a, b, loose)
+  })
+}
+
+exports.gt = gt
+function gt (a, b, loose) {
+  return compare(a, b, loose) > 0
+}
+
+exports.lt = lt
+function lt (a, b, loose) {
+  return compare(a, b, loose) < 0
+}
+
+exports.eq = eq
+function eq (a, b, loose) {
+  return compare(a, b, loose) === 0
+}
+
+exports.neq = neq
+function neq (a, b, loose) {
+  return compare(a, b, loose) !== 0
+}
+
+exports.gte = gte
+function gte (a, b, loose) {
+  return compare(a, b, loose) >= 0
+}
+
+exports.lte = lte
+function lte (a, b, loose) {
+  return compare(a, b, loose) <= 0
+}
+
+exports.cmp = cmp
+function cmp (a, op, b, loose) {
+  switch (op) {
+    case '===':
+      if (typeof a === 'object')
+        a = a.version
+      if (typeof b === 'object')
+        b = b.version
+      return a === b
+
+    case '!==':
+      if (typeof a === 'object')
+        a = a.version
+      if (typeof b === 'object')
+        b = b.version
+      return a !== b
+
+    case '':
+    case '=':
+    case '==':
+      return eq(a, b, loose)
+
+    case '!=':
+      return neq(a, b, loose)
+
+    case '>':
+      return gt(a, b, loose)
+
+    case '>=':
+      return gte(a, b, loose)
+
+    case '<':
+      return lt(a, b, loose)
+
+    case '<=':
+      return lte(a, b, loose)
+
+    default:
+      throw new TypeError('Invalid operator: ' + op)
+  }
+}
+
+exports.Comparator = Comparator
+function Comparator (comp, options) {
+  if (!options || typeof options !== 'object') {
+    options = {
+      loose: !!options,
+      includePrerelease: false
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (comp instanceof Comparator) {
+    if (comp.loose === !!options.loose) {
+      return comp
+    } else {
+      comp = comp.value
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (!(this instanceof Comparator)) {
+    return new Comparator(comp, options)
+  }
+
+  debug('comparator', comp, options)
+  this.options = options
+  this.loose = !!options.loose
+  this.parse(comp)
+
+  if (this.semver === ANY) {
+    this.value = ''
+  } else {
+    this.value = this.operator + this.semver.version
+  }
+
+  debug('comp', this)
+}
+
+var ANY = {}
+Comparator.prototype.parse = function (comp) {
+  var r = this.options.loose ? re[COMPARATORLOOSE] : re[COMPARATOR]
+  var m = comp.match(r)
+
+  if (!m) {
+    throw new TypeError('Invalid comparator: ' + comp)
+  }
+
+  this.operator = m[1]
+  if (this.operator === '=') {
+    this.operator = ''
+  }
+
+  // if it literally is just '>' or '' then allow anything.
+  if (!m[2]) {
+    this.semver = ANY
+  } else {
+    this.semver = new SemVer(m[2], this.options.loose)
+  }
+}
+
+Comparator.prototype.toString = function () {
+  return this.value
+}
+
+Comparator.prototype.test = function (version) {
+  debug('Comparator.test', version, this.options.loose)
+
+  if (this.semver === ANY) {
+    return true
+  }
+
+  if (typeof version === 'string') {
+    version = new SemVer(version, this.options)
+  }
+
+  return cmp(version, this.operator, this.semver, this.options)
+}
+
+Comparator.prototype.intersects = function (comp, options) {
+  if (!(comp instanceof Comparator)) {
+    throw new TypeError('a Comparator is required')
+  }
+
+  if (!options || typeof options !== 'object') {
+    options = {
+      loose: !!options,
+      includePrerelease: false
+    }
+  }
+
+  var rangeTmp
+
+  if (this.operator === '') {
+    rangeTmp = new Range(comp.value, options)
+    return satisfies(this.value, rangeTmp, options)
+  } else if (comp.operator === '') {
+    rangeTmp = new Range(this.value, options)
+    return satisfies(comp.semver, rangeTmp, options)
+  }
+
+  var sameDirectionIncreasing =
+    (this.operator === '>=' || this.operator === '>') &&
+    (comp.operator === '>=' || comp.operator === '>')
+  var sameDirectionDecreasing =
+    (this.operator === '<=' || this.operator === '<') &&
+    (comp.operator === '<=' || comp.operator === '<')
+  var sameSemVer = this.semver.version === comp.semver.version
+  var differentDirectionsInclusive =
+    (this.operator === '>=' || this.operator === '<=') &&
+    (comp.operator === '>=' || comp.operator === '<=')
+  var oppositeDirectionsLessThan =
+    cmp(this.semver, '<', comp.semver, options) &&
+    ((this.operator === '>=' || this.operator === '>') &&
+    (comp.operator === '<=' || comp.operator === '<'))
+  var oppositeDirectionsGreaterThan =
+    cmp(this.semver, '>', comp.semver, options) &&
+    ((this.operator === '<=' || this.operator === '<') &&
+    (comp.operator === '>=' || comp.operator === '>'))
+
+  return sameDirectionIncreasing || sameDirectionDecreasing ||
+    (sameSemVer && differentDirectionsInclusive) ||
+    oppositeDirectionsLessThan || oppositeDirectionsGreaterThan
+}
+
+exports.Range = Range
+function Range (range, options) {
+  if (!options || typeof options !== 'object') {
+    options = {
+      loose: !!options,
+      includePrerelease: false
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (range instanceof Range) {
+    if (range.loose === !!options.loose &&
+        range.includePrerelease === !!options.includePrerelease) {
+      return range
+    } else {
+      return new Range(range.raw, options)
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (range instanceof Comparator) {
+    return new Range(range.value, options)
+  }
+
+  if (!(this instanceof Range)) {
+    return new Range(range, options)
+  }
+
+  this.options = options
+  this.loose = !!options.loose
+  this.includePrerelease = !!options.includePrerelease
+
+  // First, split based on boolean or ||
+  this.raw = range
+  this.set = range.split(/\s*\|\|\s*/).map(function (range) {
+    return this.parseRange(range.trim())
+  }, this).filter(function (c) {
+    // throw out any that are not relevant for whatever reason
+    return c.length
+  })
+
+  if (!this.set.length) {
+    throw new TypeError('Invalid SemVer Range: ' + range)
+  }
+
+  this.format()
+}
+
+Range.prototype.format = function () {
+  this.range = this.set.map(function (comps) {
+    return comps.join(' ').trim()
+  }).join('||').trim()
+  return this.range
+}
+
+Range.prototype.toString = function () {
+  return this.range
+}
+
+Range.prototype.parseRange = function (range) {
+  var loose = this.options.loose
+  range = range.trim()
+  // `1.2.3 - 1.2.4` => `>=1.2.3 <=1.2.4`
+  var hr = loose ? re[HYPHENRANGELOOSE] : re[HYPHENRANGE]
+  range = range.replace(hr, hyphenReplace)
+  debug('hyphen replace', range)
+  // `> 1.2.3 < 1.2.5` => `>1.2.3 <1.2.5`
+  range = range.replace(re[COMPARATORTRIM], comparatorTrimReplace)
+  debug('comparator trim', range, re[COMPARATORTRIM])
+
+  // `~ 1.2.3` => `~1.2.3`
+  range = range.replace(re[TILDETRIM], tildeTrimReplace)
+
+  // `^ 1.2.3` => `^1.2.3`
+  range = range.replace(re[CARETTRIM], caretTrimReplace)
+
+  // normalize spaces
+  range = range.split(/\s+/).join(' ')
+
+  // At this point, the range is completely trimmed and
+  // ready to be split into comparators.
+
+  var compRe = loose ? re[COMPARATORLOOSE] : re[COMPARATOR]
+  var set = range.split(' ').map(function (comp) {
+    return parseComparator(comp, this.options)
+  }, this).join(' ').split(/\s+/)
+  if (this.options.loose) {
+    // in loose mode, throw out any that are not valid comparators
+    set = set.filter(function (comp) {
+      return !!comp.match(compRe)
+    })
+  }
+  set = set.map(function (comp) {
+    return new Comparator(comp, this.options)
+  }, this)
+
+  return set
+}
+
+Range.prototype.intersects = function (range, options) {
+  if (!(range instanceof Range)) {
+    throw new TypeError('a Range is required')
+  }
+
+  return this.set.some(function (thisComparators) {
+    return thisComparators.every(function (thisComparator) {
+      return range.set.some(function (rangeComparators) {
+        return rangeComparators.every(function (rangeComparator) {
+          return thisComparator.intersects(rangeComparator, options)
+        })
+      })
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+// Mostly just for testing and legacy API reasons
+exports.toComparators = toComparators
+function toComparators (range, options) {
+  return new Range(range, options).set.map(function (comp) {
+    return comp.map(function (c) {
+      return c.value
+    }).join(' ').trim().split(' ')
+  })
+}
+
+// comprised of xranges, tildes, stars, and gtlt's at this point.
+// already replaced the hyphen ranges
+// turn into a set of JUST comparators.
+function parseComparator (comp, options) {
+  debug('comp', comp, options)
+  comp = replaceCarets(comp, options)
+  debug('caret', comp)
+  comp = replaceTildes(comp, options)
+  debug('tildes', comp)
+  comp = replaceXRanges(comp, options)
+  debug('xrange', comp)
+  comp = replaceStars(comp, options)
+  debug('stars', comp)
+  return comp
+}
+
+function isX (id) {
+  return !id || id.toLowerCase() === 'x' || id === '*'
+}
+
+// ~, ~> --> * (any, kinda silly)
+// ~2, ~2.x, ~2.x.x, ~>2, ~>2.x ~>2.x.x --> >=2.0.0 <3.0.0
+// ~2.0, ~2.0.x, ~>2.0, ~>2.0.x --> >=2.0.0 <2.1.0
+// ~1.2, ~1.2.x, ~>1.2, ~>1.2.x --> >=1.2.0 <1.3.0
+// ~1.2.3, ~>1.2.3 --> >=1.2.3 <1.3.0
+// ~1.2.0, ~>1.2.0 --> >=1.2.0 <1.3.0
+function replaceTildes (comp, options) {
+  return comp.trim().split(/\s+/).map(function (comp) {
+    return replaceTilde(comp, options)
+  }).join(' ')
+}
+
+function replaceTilde (comp, options) {
+  var r = options.loose ? re[TILDELOOSE] : re[TILDE]
+  return comp.replace(r, function (_, M, m, p, pr) {
+    debug('tilde', comp, _, M, m, p, pr)
+    var ret
+
+    if (isX(M)) {
+      ret = ''
+    } else if (isX(m)) {
+      ret = '>=' + M + '.0.0 <' + (+M + 1) + '.0.0'
+    } else if (isX(p)) {
+      // ~1.2 == >=1.2.0 <1.3.0
+      ret = '>=' + M + '.' + m + '.0 <' + M + '.' + (+m + 1) + '.0'
+    } else if (pr) {
+      debug('replaceTilde pr', pr)
+      ret = '>=' + M + '.' + m + '.' + p + '-' + pr +
+            ' <' + M + '.' + (+m + 1) + '.0'
+    } else {
+      // ~1.2.3 == >=1.2.3 <1.3.0
+      ret = '>=' + M + '.' + m + '.' + p +
+            ' <' + M + '.' + (+m + 1) + '.0'
+    }
+
+    debug('tilde return', ret)
+    return ret
+  })
+}
+
+// ^ --> * (any, kinda silly)
+// ^2, ^2.x, ^2.x.x --> >=2.0.0 <3.0.0
+// ^2.0, ^2.0.x --> >=2.0.0 <3.0.0
+// ^1.2, ^1.2.x --> >=1.2.0 <2.0.0
+// ^1.2.3 --> >=1.2.3 <2.0.0
+// ^1.2.0 --> >=1.2.0 <2.0.0
+function replaceCarets (comp, options) {
+  return comp.trim().split(/\s+/).map(function (comp) {
+    return replaceCaret(comp, options)
+  }).join(' ')
+}
+
+function replaceCaret (comp, options) {
+  debug('caret', comp, options)
+  var r = options.loose ? re[CARETLOOSE] : re[CARET]
+  return comp.replace(r, function (_, M, m, p, pr) {
+    debug('caret', comp, _, M, m, p, pr)
+    var ret
+
+    if (isX(M)) {
+      ret = ''
+    } else if (isX(m)) {
+      ret = '>=' + M + '.0.0 <' + (+M + 1) + '.0.0'
+    } else if (isX(p)) {
+      if (M === '0') {
+        ret = '>=' + M + '.' + m + '.0 <' + M + '.' + (+m + 1) + '.0'
+      } else {
+        ret = '>=' + M + '.' + m + '.0 <' + (+M + 1) + '.0.0'
+      }
+    } else if (pr) {
+      debug('replaceCaret pr', pr)
+      if (M === '0') {
+        if (m === '0') {
+          ret = '>=' + M + '.' + m + '.' + p + '-' + pr +
+                ' <' + M + '.' + m + '.' + (+p + 1)
+        } else {
+          ret = '>=' + M + '.' + m + '.' + p + '-' + pr +
+                ' <' + M + '.' + (+m + 1) + '.0'
+        }
+      } else {
+        ret = '>=' + M + '.' + m + '.' + p + '-' + pr +
+              ' <' + (+M + 1) + '.0.0'
+      }
+    } else {
+      debug('no pr')
+      if (M === '0') {
+        if (m === '0') {
+          ret = '>=' + M + '.' + m + '.' + p +
+                ' <' + M + '.' + m + '.' + (+p + 1)
+        } else {
+          ret = '>=' + M + '.' + m + '.' + p +
+                ' <' + M + '.' + (+m + 1) + '.0'
+        }
+      } else {
+        ret = '>=' + M + '.' + m + '.' + p +
+              ' <' + (+M + 1) + '.0.0'
+      }
+    }
+
+    debug('caret return', ret)
+    return ret
+  })
+}
+
+function replaceXRanges (comp, options) {
+  debug('replaceXRanges', comp, options)
+  return comp.split(/\s+/).map(function (comp) {
+    return replaceXRange(comp, options)
+  }).join(' ')
+}
+
+function replaceXRange (comp, options) {
+  comp = comp.trim()
+  var r = options.loose ? re[XRANGELOOSE] : re[XRANGE]
+  return comp.replace(r, function (ret, gtlt, M, m, p, pr) {
+    debug('xRange', comp, ret, gtlt, M, m, p, pr)
+    var xM = isX(M)
+    var xm = xM || isX(m)
+    var xp = xm || isX(p)
+    var anyX = xp
+
+    if (gtlt === '=' && anyX) {
+      gtlt = ''
+    }
+
+    if (xM) {
+      if (gtlt === '>' || gtlt === '<') {
+        // nothing is allowed
+        ret = '<0.0.0'
+      } else {
+        // nothing is forbidden
+        ret = '*'
+      }
+    } else if (gtlt && anyX) {
+      // we know patch is an x, because we have any x at all.
+      // replace X with 0
+      if (xm) {
+        m = 0
+      }
+      p = 0
+
+      if (gtlt === '>') {
+        // >1 => >=2.0.0
+        // >1.2 => >=1.3.0
+        // >1.2.3 => >= 1.2.4
+        gtlt = '>='
+        if (xm) {
+          M = +M + 1
+          m = 0
+          p = 0
+        } else {
+          m = +m + 1
+          p = 0
+        }
+      } else if (gtlt === '<=') {
+        // <=0.7.x is actually <0.8.0, since any 0.7.x should
+        // pass.  Similarly, <=7.x is actually <8.0.0, etc.
+        gtlt = '<'
+        if (xm) {
+          M = +M + 1
+        } else {
+          m = +m + 1
+        }
+      }
+
+      ret = gtlt + M + '.' + m + '.' + p
+    } else if (xm) {
+      ret = '>=' + M + '.0.0 <' + (+M + 1) + '.0.0'
+    } else if (xp) {
+      ret = '>=' + M + '.' + m + '.0 <' + M + '.' + (+m + 1) + '.0'
+    }
+
+    debug('xRange return', ret)
+
+    return ret
+  })
+}
+
+// Because * is AND-ed with everything else in the comparator,
+// and '' means "any version", just remove the *s entirely.
+function replaceStars (comp, options) {
+  debug('replaceStars', comp, options)
+  // Looseness is ignored here.  star is always as loose as it gets!
+  return comp.trim().replace(re[STAR], '')
+}
+
+// This function is passed to string.replace(re[HYPHENRANGE])
+// M, m, patch, prerelease, build
+// 1.2 - 3.4.5 => >=1.2.0 <=3.4.5
+// 1.2.3 - 3.4 => >=1.2.0 <3.5.0 Any 3.4.x will do
+// 1.2 - 3.4 => >=1.2.0 <3.5.0
+function hyphenReplace ($0,
+  from, fM, fm, fp, fpr, fb,
+  to, tM, tm, tp, tpr, tb) {
+  if (isX(fM)) {
+    from = ''
+  } else if (isX(fm)) {
+    from = '>=' + fM + '.0.0'
+  } else if (isX(fp)) {
+    from = '>=' + fM + '.' + fm + '.0'
+  } else {
+    from = '>=' + from
+  }
+
+  if (isX(tM)) {
+    to = ''
+  } else if (isX(tm)) {
+    to = '<' + (+tM + 1) + '.0.0'
+  } else if (isX(tp)) {
+    to = '<' + tM + '.' + (+tm + 1) + '.0'
+  } else if (tpr) {
+    to = '<=' + tM + '.' + tm + '.' + tp + '-' + tpr
+  } else {
+    to = '<=' + to
+  }
+
+  return (from + ' ' + to).trim()
+}
+
+// if ANY of the sets match ALL of its comparators, then pass
+Range.prototype.test = function (version) {
+  if (!version) {
+    return false
+  }
+
+  if (typeof version === 'string') {
+    version = new SemVer(version, this.options)
+  }
+
+  for (var i = 0; i < this.set.length; i++) {
+    if (testSet(this.set[i], version, this.options)) {
+      return true
+    }
+  }
+  return false
+}
+
+function testSet (set, version, options) {
+  for (var i = 0; i < set.length; i++) {
+    if (!set[i].test(version)) {
+      return false
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (version.prerelease.length && !options.includePrerelease) {
+    // Find the set of versions that are allowed to have prereleases
+    // For example, ^1.2.3-pr.1 desugars to >=1.2.3-pr.1 <2.0.0
+    // That should allow `1.2.3-pr.2` to pass.
+    // However, `1.2.4-alpha.notready` should NOT be allowed,
+    // even though it's within the range set by the comparators.
+    for (i = 0; i < set.length; i++) {
+      debug(set[i].semver)
+      if (set[i].semver === ANY) {
+        continue
+      }
+
+      if (set[i].semver.prerelease.length > 0) {
+        var allowed = set[i].semver
+        if (allowed.major === version.major &&
+            allowed.minor === version.minor &&
+            allowed.patch === version.patch) {
+          return true
+        }
+      }
+    }
+
+    // Version has a -pre, but it's not one of the ones we like.
+    return false
+  }
+
+  return true
+}
+
+exports.satisfies = satisfies
+function satisfies (version, range, options) {
+  try {
+    range = new Range(range, options)
+  } catch (er) {
+    return false
+  }
+  return range.test(version)
+}
+
+exports.maxSatisfying = maxSatisfying
+function maxSatisfying (versions, range, options) {
+  var max = null
+  var maxSV = null
+  try {
+    var rangeObj = new Range(range, options)
+  } catch (er) {
+    return null
+  }
+  versions.forEach(function (v) {
+    if (rangeObj.test(v)) {
+      // satisfies(v, range, options)
+      if (!max || maxSV.compare(v) === -1) {
+        // compare(max, v, true)
+        max = v
+        maxSV = new SemVer(max, options)
+      }
+    }
+  })
+  return max
+}
+
+exports.minSatisfying = minSatisfying
+function minSatisfying (versions, range, options) {
+  var min = null
+  var minSV = null
+  try {
+    var rangeObj = new Range(range, options)
+  } catch (er) {
+    return null
+  }
+  versions.forEach(function (v) {
+    if (rangeObj.test(v)) {
+      // satisfies(v, range, options)
+      if (!min || minSV.compare(v) === 1) {
+        // compare(min, v, true)
+        min = v
+        minSV = new SemVer(min, options)
+      }
+    }
+  })
+  return min
+}
+
+exports.minVersion = minVersion
+function minVersion (range, loose) {
+  range = new Range(range, loose)
+
+  var minver = new SemVer('0.0.0')
+  if (range.test(minver)) {
+    return minver
+  }
+
+  minver = new SemVer('0.0.0-0')
+  if (range.test(minver)) {
+    return minver
+  }
+
+  minver = null
+  for (var i = 0; i < range.set.length; ++i) {
+    var comparators = range.set[i]
+
+    comparators.forEach(function (comparator) {
+      // Clone to avoid manipulating the comparator's semver object.
+      var compver = new SemVer(comparator.semver.version)
+      switch (comparator.operator) {
+        case '>':
+          if (compver.prerelease.length === 0) {
+            compver.patch++
+          } else {
+            compver.prerelease.push(0)
+          }
+          compver.raw = compver.format()
+          /* fallthrough */
+        case '':
+        case '>=':
+          if (!minver || gt(minver, compver)) {
+            minver = compver
+          }
+          break
+        case '<':
+        case '<=':
+          /* Ignore maximum versions */
+          break
+        /* istanbul ignore next */
+        default:
+          throw new Error('Unexpected operation: ' + comparator.operator)
+      }
+    })
+  }
+
+  if (minver && range.test(minver)) {
+    return minver
+  }
+
+  return null
+}
+
+exports.validRange = validRange
+function validRange (range, options) {
+  try {
+    // Return '*' instead of '' so that truthiness works.
+    // This will throw if it's invalid anyway
+    return new Range(range, options).range || '*'
+  } catch (er) {
+    return null
+  }
+}
+
+// Determine if version is less than all the versions possible in the range
+exports.ltr = ltr
+function ltr (version, range, options) {
+  return outside(version, range, '<', options)
+}
+
+// Determine if version is greater than all the versions possible in the range.
+exports.gtr = gtr
+function gtr (version, range, options) {
+  return outside(version, range, '>', options)
+}
+
+exports.outside = outside
+function outside (version, range, hilo, options) {
+  version = new SemVer(version, options)
+  range = new Range(range, options)
+
+  var gtfn, ltefn, ltfn, comp, ecomp
+  switch (hilo) {
+    case '>':
+      gtfn = gt
+      ltefn = lte
+      ltfn = lt
+      comp = '>'
+      ecomp = '>='
+      break
+    case '<':
+      gtfn = lt
+      ltefn = gte
+      ltfn = gt
+      comp = '<'
+      ecomp = '<='
+      break
+    default:
+      throw new TypeError('Must provide a hilo val of "<" or ">"')
+  }
+
+  // If it satisifes the range it is not outside
+  if (satisfies(version, range, options)) {
+    return false
+  }
+
+  // From now on, variable terms are as if we're in "gtr" mode.
+  // but note that everything is flipped for the "ltr" function.
+
+  for (var i = 0; i < range.set.length; ++i) {
+    var comparators = range.set[i]
+
+    var high = null
+    var low = null
+
+    comparators.forEach(function (comparator) {
+      if (comparator.semver === ANY) {
+        comparator = new Comparator('>=0.0.0')
+      }
+      high = high || comparator
+      low = low || comparator
+      if (gtfn(comparator.semver, high.semver, options)) {
+        high = comparator
+      } else if (ltfn(comparator.semver, low.semver, options)) {
+        low = comparator
+      }
+    })
+
+    // If the edge version comparator has a operator then our version
+    // isn't outside it
+    if (high.operator === comp || high.operator === ecomp) {
+      return false
+    }
+
+    // If the lowest version comparator has an operator and our version
+    // is less than it then it isn't higher than the range
+    if ((!low.operator || low.operator === comp) &&
+        ltefn(version, low.semver)) {
+      return false
+    } else if (low.operator === ecomp && ltfn(version, low.semver)) {
+      return false
+    }
+  }
+  return true
+}
+
+exports.prerelease = prerelease
+function prerelease (version, options) {
+  var parsed = parse(version, options)
+  return (parsed && parsed.prerelease.length) ? parsed.prerelease : null
+}
+
+exports.intersects = intersects
+function intersects (r1, r2, options) {
+  r1 = new Range(r1, options)
+  r2 = new Range(r2, options)
+  return r1.intersects(r2)
+}
+
+exports.coerce = coerce
+function coerce (version) {
+  if (version instanceof SemVer) {
+    return version
+  }
+
+  if (typeof version !== 'string') {
+    return null
+  }
+
+  var match = version.match(re[COERCE])
+
+  if (match == null) {
+    return null
+  }
+
+  return parse(match[1] +
+    '.' + (match[2] || '0') +
+    '.' + (match[3] || '0'))
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 49:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+const os = __webpack_require__(87);
+const execa = __webpack_require__(955);
+
+// Reference: https://www.gaijin.at/en/lstwinver.php
+const names = new Map([
+	['10.0', '10'],
+	['6.3', '8.1'],
+	['6.2', '8'],
+	['6.1', '7'],
+	['6.0', 'Vista'],
+	['5.2', 'Server 2003'],
+	['5.1', 'XP'],
+	['5.0', '2000'],
+	['4.9', 'ME'],
+	['4.1', '98'],
+	['4.0', '95']
+]);
+
+const windowsRelease = release => {
+	const version = /\d+\.\d/.exec(release || os.release());
+
+	if (release && !version) {
+		throw new Error('`release` argument doesn\'t match `n.n`');
+	}
+
+	const ver = (version || [])[0];
+
+	// Server 2008, 2012, 2016, and 2019 versions are ambiguous with desktop versions and must be detected at runtime.
+	// If `release` is omitted or we're on a Windows system, and the version number is an ambiguous version
+	// then use `wmic` to get the OS caption: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa394531(v=vs.85).aspx
+	// If `wmic` is obsoloete (later versions of Windows 10), use PowerShell instead.
+	// If the resulting caption contains the year 2008, 2012, 2016 or 2019, it is a server version, so return a server OS name.
+	if ((!release || release === os.release()) && ['6.1', '6.2', '6.3', '10.0'].includes(ver)) {
+		let stdout;
+		try {
+			stdout = execa.sync('powershell', ['(Get-CimInstance -ClassName Win32_OperatingSystem).caption']).stdout || '';
+		} catch (_) {
+			stdout = execa.sync('wmic', ['os', 'get', 'Caption']).stdout || '';
+		}
+
+		const year = (stdout.match(/2008|2012|2016|2019/) || [])[0];
+
+		if (year) {
+			return `Server ${year}`;
+		}
+	}
+
+	return names.get(ver);
+};
+
+module.exports = windowsRelease;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 82:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var Type = __webpack_require__(945);
+
+var YAML_DATE_REGEXP = new RegExp(
+  '^([0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9])'          + // [1] year
+  '-([0-9][0-9])'                    + // [2] month
+  '-([0-9][0-9])$');                   // [3] day
+
+var YAML_TIMESTAMP_REGEXP = new RegExp(
+  '^([0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9])'          + // [1] year
+  '-([0-9][0-9]?)'                   + // [2] month
+  '-([0-9][0-9]?)'                   + // [3] day
+  '(?:[Tt]|[ \\t]+)'                 + // ...
+  '([0-9][0-9]?)'                    + // [4] hour
+  ':([0-9][0-9])'                    + // [5] minute
+  ':([0-9][0-9])'                    + // [6] second
+  '(?:\\.([0-9]*))?'                 + // [7] fraction
+  '(?:[ \\t]*(Z|([-+])([0-9][0-9]?)' + // [8] tz [9] tz_sign [10] tz_hour
+  '(?::([0-9][0-9]))?))?$');           // [11] tz_minute
+
+function resolveYamlTimestamp(data) {
+  if (data === null) return false;
+  if (YAML_DATE_REGEXP.exec(data) !== null) return true;
+  if (YAML_TIMESTAMP_REGEXP.exec(data) !== null) return true;
+  return false;
+}
+
+function constructYamlTimestamp(data) {
+  var match, year, month, day, hour, minute, second, fraction = 0,
+      delta = null, tz_hour, tz_minute, date;
+
+  match = YAML_DATE_REGEXP.exec(data);
+  if (match === null) match = YAML_TIMESTAMP_REGEXP.exec(data);
+
+  if (match === null) throw new Error('Date resolve error');
+
+  // match: [1] year [2] month [3] day
+
+  year = +(match[1]);
+  month = +(match[2]) - 1; // JS month starts with 0
+  day = +(match[3]);
+
+  if (!match[4]) { // no hour
+    return new Date(Date.UTC(year, month, day));
+  }
+
+  // match: [4] hour [5] minute [6] second [7] fraction
+
+  hour = +(match[4]);
+  minute = +(match[5]);
+  second = +(match[6]);
+
+  if (match[7]) {
+    fraction = match[7].slice(0, 3);
+    while (fraction.length < 3) { // milli-seconds
+      fraction += '0';
+    }
+    fraction = +fraction;
+  }
+
+  // match: [8] tz [9] tz_sign [10] tz_hour [11] tz_minute
+
+  if (match[9]) {
+    tz_hour = +(match[10]);
+    tz_minute = +(match[11] || 0);
+    delta = (tz_hour * 60 + tz_minute) * 60000; // delta in mili-seconds
+    if (match[9] === '-') delta = -delta;
+  }
+
+  date = new Date(Date.UTC(year, month, day, hour, minute, second, fraction));
+
+  if (delta) date.setTime(date.getTime() - delta);
+
+  return date;
+}
+
+function representYamlTimestamp(object /*, style*/) {
+  return object.toISOString();
+}
+
+module.exports = new Type('tag:yaml.org,2002:timestamp', {
+  kind: 'scalar',
+  resolve: resolveYamlTimestamp,
+  construct: constructYamlTimestamp,
+  instanceOf: Date,
+  represent: representYamlTimestamp
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 87:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = require("os");
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 93:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+
+var common = __webpack_require__(740);
+
+
+function Mark(name, buffer, position, line, column) {
+  this.name     = name;
+  this.buffer   = buffer;
+  this.position = position;
+  this.line     = line;
+  this.column   = column;
+}
+
+
+Mark.prototype.getSnippet = function getSnippet(indent, maxLength) {
+  var head, start, tail, end, snippet;
+
+  if (!this.buffer) return null;
+
+  indent = indent || 4;
+  maxLength = maxLength || 75;
+
+  head = '';
+  start = this.position;
+
+  while (start > 0 && '\x00\r\n\x85\u2028\u2029'.indexOf(this.buffer.charAt(start - 1)) === -1) {
+    start -= 1;
+    if (this.position - start > (maxLength / 2 - 1)) {
+      head = ' ... ';
+      start += 5;
+      break;
+    }
+  }
+
+  tail = '';
+  end = this.position;
+
+  while (end < this.buffer.length && '\x00\r\n\x85\u2028\u2029'.indexOf(this.buffer.charAt(end)) === -1) {
+    end += 1;
+    if (end - this.position > (maxLength / 2 - 1)) {
+      tail = ' ... ';
+      end -= 5;
+      break;
+    }
+  }
+
+  snippet = this.buffer.slice(start, end);
+
+  return common.repeat(' ', indent) + head + snippet + tail + '\n' +
+         common.repeat(' ', indent + this.position - start + head.length) + '^';
+};
+
+
+Mark.prototype.toString = function toString(compact) {
+  var snippet, where = '';
+
+  if (this.name) {
+    where += 'in "' + this.name + '" ';
+  }
+
+  where += 'at line ' + (this.line + 1) + ', column ' + (this.column + 1);
+
+  if (!compact) {
+    snippet = this.getSnippet();
+
+    if (snippet) {
+      where += ':\n' + snippet;
+    }
+  }
+
+  return where;
+};
+
+
+module.exports = Mark;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 100:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var Type = __webpack_require__(945);
+
+var _hasOwnProperty = Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty;
+
+function resolveYamlSet(data) {
+  if (data === null) return true;
+
+  var key, object = data;
+
+  for (key in object) {
+    if (_hasOwnProperty.call(object, key)) {
+      if (object[key] !== null) return false;
+    }
+  }
+
+  return true;
+}
+
+function constructYamlSet(data) {
+  return data !== null ? data : {};
+}
+
+module.exports = new Type('tag:yaml.org,2002:set', {
+  kind: 'mapping',
+  resolve: resolveYamlSet,
+  construct: constructYamlSet
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 118:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+const os = __webpack_require__(87);
+
+const nameMap = new Map([
+	[19, 'Catalina'],
+	[18, 'Mojave'],
+	[17, 'High Sierra'],
+	[16, 'Sierra'],
+	[15, 'El Capitan'],
+	[14, 'Yosemite'],
+	[13, 'Mavericks'],
+	[12, 'Mountain Lion'],
+	[11, 'Lion'],
+	[10, 'Snow Leopard'],
+	[9, 'Leopard'],
+	[8, 'Tiger'],
+	[7, 'Panther'],
+	[6, 'Jaguar'],
+	[5, 'Puma']
+]);
+
+const macosRelease = release => {
+	release = Number((release || os.release()).split('.')[0]);
+	return {
+		name: nameMap.get(release),
+		version: '10.' + (release - 4)
+	};
+};
+
+module.exports = macosRelease;
+// TODO: remove this in the next major version
+module.exports.default = macosRelease;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 126:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+/**
+ * lodash (Custom Build) <https://lodash.com/>
+ * Build: `lodash modularize exports="npm" -o ./`
+ * Copyright jQuery Foundation and other contributors <https://jquery.org/>
+ * Released under MIT license <https://lodash.com/license>
+ * Based on Underscore.js 1.8.3 <http://underscorejs.org/LICENSE>
+ * Copyright Jeremy Ashkenas, DocumentCloud and Investigative Reporters & Editors
+ */
+
+/** Used as the size to enable large array optimizations. */
+var LARGE_ARRAY_SIZE = 200;
+
+/** Used to stand-in for `undefined` hash values. */
+var HASH_UNDEFINED = '__lodash_hash_undefined__';
+
+/** Used as references for various `Number` constants. */
+var INFINITY = 1 / 0;
+
+/** `Object#toString` result references. */
+var funcTag = '[object Function]',
+    genTag = '[object GeneratorFunction]';
+
+/**
+ * Used to match `RegExp`
+ * [syntax characters](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-patterns).
+ */
+var reRegExpChar = /[\\^$.*+?()[\]{}|]/g;
+
+/** Used to detect host constructors (Safari). */
+var reIsHostCtor = /^\[object .+?Constructor\]$/;
+
+/** Detect free variable `global` from Node.js. */
+var freeGlobal = typeof global == 'object' && global && global.Object === Object && global;
+
+/** Detect free variable `self`. */
+var freeSelf = typeof self == 'object' && self && self.Object === Object && self;
+
+/** Used as a reference to the global object. */
+var root = freeGlobal || freeSelf || Function('return this')();
+
+/**
+ * A specialized version of `_.includes` for arrays without support for
+ * specifying an index to search from.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Array} [array] The array to inspect.
+ * @param {*} target The value to search for.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `target` is found, else `false`.
+ */
+function arrayIncludes(array, value) {
+  var length = array ? array.length : 0;
+  return !!length && baseIndexOf(array, value, 0) > -1;
+}
+
+/**
+ * This function is like `arrayIncludes` except that it accepts a comparator.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Array} [array] The array to inspect.
+ * @param {*} target The value to search for.
+ * @param {Function} comparator The comparator invoked per element.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `target` is found, else `false`.
+ */
+function arrayIncludesWith(array, value, comparator) {
+  var index = -1,
+      length = array ? array.length : 0;
+
+  while (++index < length) {
+    if (comparator(value, array[index])) {
+      return true;
+    }
+  }
+  return false;
+}
+
+/**
+ * The base implementation of `_.findIndex` and `_.findLastIndex` without
+ * support for iteratee shorthands.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Array} array The array to inspect.
+ * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration.
+ * @param {number} fromIndex The index to search from.
+ * @param {boolean} [fromRight] Specify iterating from right to left.
+ * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`.
+ */
+function baseFindIndex(array, predicate, fromIndex, fromRight) {
+  var length = array.length,
+      index = fromIndex + (fromRight ? 1 : -1);
+
+  while ((fromRight ? index-- : ++index < length)) {
+    if (predicate(array[index], index, array)) {
+      return index;
+    }
+  }
+  return -1;
+}
+
+/**
+ * The base implementation of `_.indexOf` without `fromIndex` bounds checks.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Array} array The array to inspect.
+ * @param {*} value The value to search for.
+ * @param {number} fromIndex The index to search from.
+ * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`.
+ */
+function baseIndexOf(array, value, fromIndex) {
+  if (value !== value) {
+    return baseFindIndex(array, baseIsNaN, fromIndex);
+  }
+  var index = fromIndex - 1,
+      length = array.length;
+
+  while (++index < length) {
+    if (array[index] === value) {
+      return index;
+    }
+  }
+  return -1;
+}
+
+/**
+ * The base implementation of `_.isNaN` without support for number objects.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {*} value The value to check.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is `NaN`, else `false`.
+ */
+function baseIsNaN(value) {
+  return value !== value;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Checks if a cache value for `key` exists.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Object} cache The cache to query.
+ * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`.
+ */
+function cacheHas(cache, key) {
+  return cache.has(key);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Gets the value at `key` of `object`.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Object} [object] The object to query.
+ * @param {string} key The key of the property to get.
+ * @returns {*} Returns the property value.
+ */
+function getValue(object, key) {
+  return object == null ? undefined : object[key];
+}
+
+/**
+ * Checks if `value` is a host object in IE < 9.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {*} value The value to check.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a host object, else `false`.
+ */
+function isHostObject(value) {
+  // Many host objects are `Object` objects that can coerce to strings
+  // despite having improperly defined `toString` methods.
+  var result = false;
+  if (value != null && typeof value.toString != 'function') {
+    try {
+      result = !!(value + '');
+    } catch (e) {}
+  }
+  return result;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Converts `set` to an array of its values.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Object} set The set to convert.
+ * @returns {Array} Returns the values.
+ */
+function setToArray(set) {
+  var index = -1,
+      result = Array(set.size);
+
+  set.forEach(function(value) {
+    result[++index] = value;
+  });
+  return result;
+}
+
+/** Used for built-in method references. */
+var arrayProto = Array.prototype,
+    funcProto = Function.prototype,
+    objectProto = Object.prototype;
+
+/** Used to detect overreaching core-js shims. */
+var coreJsData = root['__core-js_shared__'];
+
+/** Used to detect methods masquerading as native. */
+var maskSrcKey = (function() {
+  var uid = /[^.]+$/.exec(coreJsData && coreJsData.keys && coreJsData.keys.IE_PROTO || '');
+  return uid ? ('Symbol(src)_1.' + uid) : '';
+}());
+
+/** Used to resolve the decompiled source of functions. */
+var funcToString = funcProto.toString;
+
+/** Used to check objects for own properties. */
+var hasOwnProperty = objectProto.hasOwnProperty;
+
+/**
+ * Used to resolve the
+ * [`toStringTag`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-object.prototype.tostring)
+ * of values.
+ */
+var objectToString = objectProto.toString;
+
+/** Used to detect if a method is native. */
+var reIsNative = RegExp('^' +
+  funcToString.call(hasOwnProperty).replace(reRegExpChar, '\\$&')
+  .replace(/hasOwnProperty|(function).*?(?=\\\()| for .+?(?=\\\])/g, '$1.*?') + '$'
+);
+
+/** Built-in value references. */
+var splice = arrayProto.splice;
+
+/* Built-in method references that are verified to be native. */
+var Map = getNative(root, 'Map'),
+    Set = getNative(root, 'Set'),
+    nativeCreate = getNative(Object, 'create');
+
+/**
+ * Creates a hash object.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @constructor
+ * @param {Array} [entries] The key-value pairs to cache.
+ */
+function Hash(entries) {
+  var index = -1,
+      length = entries ? entries.length : 0;
+
+  this.clear();
+  while (++index < length) {
+    var entry = entries[index];
+    this.set(entry[0], entry[1]);
+  }
+}
+
+/**
+ * Removes all key-value entries from the hash.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name clear
+ * @memberOf Hash
+ */
+function hashClear() {
+  this.__data__ = nativeCreate ? nativeCreate(null) : {};
+}
+
+/**
+ * Removes `key` and its value from the hash.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name delete
+ * @memberOf Hash
+ * @param {Object} hash The hash to modify.
+ * @param {string} key The key of the value to remove.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the entry was removed, else `false`.
+ */
+function hashDelete(key) {
+  return this.has(key) && delete this.__data__[key];
+}
+
+/**
+ * Gets the hash value for `key`.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name get
+ * @memberOf Hash
+ * @param {string} key The key of the value to get.
+ * @returns {*} Returns the entry value.
+ */
+function hashGet(key) {
+  var data = this.__data__;
+  if (nativeCreate) {
+    var result = data[key];
+    return result === HASH_UNDEFINED ? undefined : result;
+  }
+  return hasOwnProperty.call(data, key) ? data[key] : undefined;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Checks if a hash value for `key` exists.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name has
+ * @memberOf Hash
+ * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`.
+ */
+function hashHas(key) {
+  var data = this.__data__;
+  return nativeCreate ? data[key] !== undefined : hasOwnProperty.call(data, key);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Sets the hash `key` to `value`.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name set
+ * @memberOf Hash
+ * @param {string} key The key of the value to set.
+ * @param {*} value The value to set.
+ * @returns {Object} Returns the hash instance.
+ */
+function hashSet(key, value) {
+  var data = this.__data__;
+  data[key] = (nativeCreate && value === undefined) ? HASH_UNDEFINED : value;
+  return this;
+}
+
+// Add methods to `Hash`.
+Hash.prototype.clear = hashClear;
+Hash.prototype['delete'] = hashDelete;
+Hash.prototype.get = hashGet;
+Hash.prototype.has = hashHas;
+Hash.prototype.set = hashSet;
+
+/**
+ * Creates an list cache object.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @constructor
+ * @param {Array} [entries] The key-value pairs to cache.
+ */
+function ListCache(entries) {
+  var index = -1,
+      length = entries ? entries.length : 0;
+
+  this.clear();
+  while (++index < length) {
+    var entry = entries[index];
+    this.set(entry[0], entry[1]);
+  }
+}
+
+/**
+ * Removes all key-value entries from the list cache.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name clear
+ * @memberOf ListCache
+ */
+function listCacheClear() {
+  this.__data__ = [];
+}
+
+/**
+ * Removes `key` and its value from the list cache.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name delete
+ * @memberOf ListCache
+ * @param {string} key The key of the value to remove.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the entry was removed, else `false`.
+ */
+function listCacheDelete(key) {
+  var data = this.__data__,
+      index = assocIndexOf(data, key);
+
+  if (index < 0) {
+    return false;
+  }
+  var lastIndex = data.length - 1;
+  if (index == lastIndex) {
+    data.pop();
+  } else {
+    splice.call(data, index, 1);
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Gets the list cache value for `key`.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name get
+ * @memberOf ListCache
+ * @param {string} key The key of the value to get.
+ * @returns {*} Returns the entry value.
+ */
+function listCacheGet(key) {
+  var data = this.__data__,
+      index = assocIndexOf(data, key);
+
+  return index < 0 ? undefined : data[index][1];
+}
+
+/**
+ * Checks if a list cache value for `key` exists.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name has
+ * @memberOf ListCache
+ * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`.
+ */
+function listCacheHas(key) {
+  return assocIndexOf(this.__data__, key) > -1;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Sets the list cache `key` to `value`.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name set
+ * @memberOf ListCache
+ * @param {string} key The key of the value to set.
+ * @param {*} value The value to set.
+ * @returns {Object} Returns the list cache instance.
+ */
+function listCacheSet(key, value) {
+  var data = this.__data__,
+      index = assocIndexOf(data, key);
+
+  if (index < 0) {
+    data.push([key, value]);
+  } else {
+    data[index][1] = value;
+  }
+  return this;
+}
+
+// Add methods to `ListCache`.
+ListCache.prototype.clear = listCacheClear;
+ListCache.prototype['delete'] = listCacheDelete;
+ListCache.prototype.get = listCacheGet;
+ListCache.prototype.has = listCacheHas;
+ListCache.prototype.set = listCacheSet;
+
+/**
+ * Creates a map cache object to store key-value pairs.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @constructor
+ * @param {Array} [entries] The key-value pairs to cache.
+ */
+function MapCache(entries) {
+  var index = -1,
+      length = entries ? entries.length : 0;
+
+  this.clear();
+  while (++index < length) {
+    var entry = entries[index];
+    this.set(entry[0], entry[1]);
+  }
+}
+
+/**
+ * Removes all key-value entries from the map.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name clear
+ * @memberOf MapCache
+ */
+function mapCacheClear() {
+  this.__data__ = {
+    'hash': new Hash,
+    'map': new (Map || ListCache),
+    'string': new Hash
+  };
+}
+
+/**
+ * Removes `key` and its value from the map.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name delete
+ * @memberOf MapCache
+ * @param {string} key The key of the value to remove.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the entry was removed, else `false`.
+ */
+function mapCacheDelete(key) {
+  return getMapData(this, key)['delete'](key);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Gets the map value for `key`.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name get
+ * @memberOf MapCache
+ * @param {string} key The key of the value to get.
+ * @returns {*} Returns the entry value.
+ */
+function mapCacheGet(key) {
+  return getMapData(this, key).get(key);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Checks if a map value for `key` exists.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name has
+ * @memberOf MapCache
+ * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`.
+ */
+function mapCacheHas(key) {
+  return getMapData(this, key).has(key);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Sets the map `key` to `value`.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name set
+ * @memberOf MapCache
+ * @param {string} key The key of the value to set.
+ * @param {*} value The value to set.
+ * @returns {Object} Returns the map cache instance.
+ */
+function mapCacheSet(key, value) {
+  getMapData(this, key).set(key, value);
+  return this;
+}
+
+// Add methods to `MapCache`.
+MapCache.prototype.clear = mapCacheClear;
+MapCache.prototype['delete'] = mapCacheDelete;
+MapCache.prototype.get = mapCacheGet;
+MapCache.prototype.has = mapCacheHas;
+MapCache.prototype.set = mapCacheSet;
+
+/**
+ *
+ * Creates an array cache object to store unique values.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @constructor
+ * @param {Array} [values] The values to cache.
+ */
+function SetCache(values) {
+  var index = -1,
+      length = values ? values.length : 0;
+
+  this.__data__ = new MapCache;
+  while (++index < length) {
+    this.add(values[index]);
+  }
+}
+
+/**
+ * Adds `value` to the array cache.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name add
+ * @memberOf SetCache
+ * @alias push
+ * @param {*} value The value to cache.
+ * @returns {Object} Returns the cache instance.
+ */
+function setCacheAdd(value) {
+  this.__data__.set(value, HASH_UNDEFINED);
+  return this;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Checks if `value` is in the array cache.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @name has
+ * @memberOf SetCache
+ * @param {*} value The value to search for.
+ * @returns {number} Returns `true` if `value` is found, else `false`.
+ */
+function setCacheHas(value) {
+  return this.__data__.has(value);
+}
+
+// Add methods to `SetCache`.
+SetCache.prototype.add = SetCache.prototype.push = setCacheAdd;
+SetCache.prototype.has = setCacheHas;
+
+/**
+ * Gets the index at which the `key` is found in `array` of key-value pairs.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Array} array The array to inspect.
+ * @param {*} key The key to search for.
+ * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`.
+ */
+function assocIndexOf(array, key) {
+  var length = array.length;
+  while (length--) {
+    if (eq(array[length][0], key)) {
+      return length;
+    }
+  }
+  return -1;
+}
+
+/**
+ * The base implementation of `_.isNative` without bad shim checks.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {*} value The value to check.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a native function,
+ *  else `false`.
+ */
+function baseIsNative(value) {
+  if (!isObject(value) || isMasked(value)) {
+    return false;
+  }
+  var pattern = (isFunction(value) || isHostObject(value)) ? reIsNative : reIsHostCtor;
+  return pattern.test(toSource(value));
+}
+
+/**
+ * The base implementation of `_.uniqBy` without support for iteratee shorthands.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Array} array The array to inspect.
+ * @param {Function} [iteratee] The iteratee invoked per element.
+ * @param {Function} [comparator] The comparator invoked per element.
+ * @returns {Array} Returns the new duplicate free array.
+ */
+function baseUniq(array, iteratee, comparator) {
+  var index = -1,
+      includes = arrayIncludes,
+      length = array.length,
+      isCommon = true,
+      result = [],
+      seen = result;
+
+  if (comparator) {
+    isCommon = false;
+    includes = arrayIncludesWith;
+  }
+  else if (length >= LARGE_ARRAY_SIZE) {
+    var set = iteratee ? null : createSet(array);
+    if (set) {
+      return setToArray(set);
+    }
+    isCommon = false;
+    includes = cacheHas;
+    seen = new SetCache;
+  }
+  else {
+    seen = iteratee ? [] : result;
+  }
+  outer:
+  while (++index < length) {
+    var value = array[index],
+        computed = iteratee ? iteratee(value) : value;
+
+    value = (comparator || value !== 0) ? value : 0;
+    if (isCommon && computed === computed) {
+      var seenIndex = seen.length;
+      while (seenIndex--) {
+        if (seen[seenIndex] === computed) {
+          continue outer;
+        }
+      }
+      if (iteratee) {
+        seen.push(computed);
+      }
+      result.push(value);
+    }
+    else if (!includes(seen, computed, comparator)) {
+      if (seen !== result) {
+        seen.push(computed);
+      }
+      result.push(value);
+    }
+  }
+  return result;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Creates a set object of `values`.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Array} values The values to add to the set.
+ * @returns {Object} Returns the new set.
+ */
+var createSet = !(Set && (1 / setToArray(new Set([,-0]))[1]) == INFINITY) ? noop : function(values) {
+  return new Set(values);
+};
+
+/**
+ * Gets the data for `map`.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Object} map The map to query.
+ * @param {string} key The reference key.
+ * @returns {*} Returns the map data.
+ */
+function getMapData(map, key) {
+  var data = map.__data__;
+  return isKeyable(key)
+    ? data[typeof key == 'string' ? 'string' : 'hash']
+    : data.map;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Gets the native function at `key` of `object`.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Object} object The object to query.
+ * @param {string} key The key of the method to get.
+ * @returns {*} Returns the function if it's native, else `undefined`.
+ */
+function getNative(object, key) {
+  var value = getValue(object, key);
+  return baseIsNative(value) ? value : undefined;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Checks if `value` is suitable for use as unique object key.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {*} value The value to check.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is suitable, else `false`.
+ */
+function isKeyable(value) {
+  var type = typeof value;
+  return (type == 'string' || type == 'number' || type == 'symbol' || type == 'boolean')
+    ? (value !== '__proto__')
+    : (value === null);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Checks if `func` has its source masked.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Function} func The function to check.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `func` is masked, else `false`.
+ */
+function isMasked(func) {
+  return !!maskSrcKey && (maskSrcKey in func);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Converts `func` to its source code.
+ *
+ * @private
+ * @param {Function} func The function to process.
+ * @returns {string} Returns the source code.
+ */
+function toSource(func) {
+  if (func != null) {
+    try {
+      return funcToString.call(func);
+    } catch (e) {}
+    try {
+      return (func + '');
+    } catch (e) {}
+  }
+  return '';
+}
+
+/**
+ * Creates a duplicate-free version of an array, using
+ * [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero)
+ * for equality comparisons, in which only the first occurrence of each
+ * element is kept.
+ *
+ * @static
+ * @memberOf _
+ * @since 0.1.0
+ * @category Array
+ * @param {Array} array The array to inspect.
+ * @returns {Array} Returns the new duplicate free array.
+ * @example
+ *
+ * _.uniq([2, 1, 2]);
+ * // => [2, 1]
+ */
+function uniq(array) {
+  return (array && array.length)
+    ? baseUniq(array)
+    : [];
+}
+
+/**
+ * Performs a
+ * [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero)
+ * comparison between two values to determine if they are equivalent.
+ *
+ * @static
+ * @memberOf _
+ * @since 4.0.0
+ * @category Lang
+ * @param {*} value The value to compare.
+ * @param {*} other The other value to compare.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the values are equivalent, else `false`.
+ * @example
+ *
+ * var object = { 'a': 1 };
+ * var other = { 'a': 1 };
+ *
+ * _.eq(object, object);
+ * // => true
+ *
+ * _.eq(object, other);
+ * // => false
+ *
+ * _.eq('a', 'a');
+ * // => true
+ *
+ * _.eq('a', Object('a'));
+ * // => false
+ *
+ * _.eq(NaN, NaN);
+ * // => true
+ */
+function eq(value, other) {
+  return value === other || (value !== value && other !== other);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Checks if `value` is classified as a `Function` object.
+ *
+ * @static
+ * @memberOf _
+ * @since 0.1.0
+ * @category Lang
+ * @param {*} value The value to check.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a function, else `false`.
+ * @example
+ *
+ * _.isFunction(_);
+ * // => true
+ *
+ * _.isFunction(/abc/);
+ * // => false
+ */
+function isFunction(value) {
+  // The use of `Object#toString` avoids issues with the `typeof` operator
+  // in Safari 8-9 which returns 'object' for typed array and other constructors.
+  var tag = isObject(value) ? objectToString.call(value) : '';
+  return tag == funcTag || tag == genTag;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Checks if `value` is the
+ * [language type](http://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-ecmascript-language-types)
+ * of `Object`. (e.g. arrays, functions, objects, regexes, `new Number(0)`, and `new String('')`)
+ *
+ * @static
+ * @memberOf _
+ * @since 0.1.0
+ * @category Lang
+ * @param {*} value The value to check.
+ * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is an object, else `false`.
+ * @example
+ *
+ * _.isObject({});
+ * // => true
+ *
+ * _.isObject([1, 2, 3]);
+ * // => true
+ *
+ * _.isObject(_.noop);
+ * // => true
+ *
+ * _.isObject(null);
+ * // => false
+ */
+function isObject(value) {
+  var type = typeof value;
+  return !!value && (type == 'object' || type == 'function');
+}
+
+/**
+ * This method returns `undefined`.
+ *
+ * @static
+ * @memberOf _
+ * @since 2.3.0
+ * @category Util
+ * @example
+ *
+ * _.times(2, _.noop);
+ * // => [undefined, undefined]
+ */
+function noop() {
+  // No operation performed.
+}
+
+module.exports = uniq;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 129:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = require("child_process");
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 136:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+var __createBinding = (this && this.__createBinding) || (Object.create ? (function(o, m, k, k2) {
+    if (k2 === undefined) k2 = k;
+    Object.defineProperty(o, k2, { enumerable: true, get: function() { return m[k]; } });
+}) : (function(o, m, k, k2) {
+    if (k2 === undefined) k2 = k;
+    o[k2] = m[k];
+}));
+var __setModuleDefault = (this && this.__setModuleDefault) || (Object.create ? (function(o, v) {
+    Object.defineProperty(o, "default", { enumerable: true, value: v });
+}) : function(o, v) {
+    o["default"] = v;
+});
+var __importStar = (this && this.__importStar) || function (mod) {
+    if (mod && mod.__esModule) return mod;
+    var result = {};
+    if (mod != null) for (var k in mod) if (Object.hasOwnProperty.call(mod, k)) __createBinding(result, mod, k);
+    __setModuleDefault(result, mod);
+    return result;
+};
+var __importDefault = (this && this.__importDefault) || function (mod) {
+    return (mod && mod.__esModule) ? mod : { "default": mod };
+};
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+exports.isGitSha = exports.getShortName = exports.getCurrentRef = exports.listAllFilesAsAdded = exports.parseGitDiffOutput = exports.getChangesSinceMergeBase = exports.getChangesOnHead = exports.getChanges = exports.getChangesInLastCommit = exports.HEAD = exports.NULL_SHA = void 0;
+const exec_1 = __importDefault(__webpack_require__(807));
+const core = __importStar(__webpack_require__(470));
+const file_1 = __webpack_require__(258);
+exports.NULL_SHA = '0000000000000000000000000000000000000000';
+exports.HEAD = 'HEAD';
+async function getChangesInLastCommit() {
+    core.startGroup(`Change detection in last commit`);
+    let output = '';
+    try {
+        output = (await exec_1.default('git', ['log', '--format=', '--no-renames', '--name-status', '-z', '-n', '1'])).stdout;
+    }
+    finally {
+        fixStdOutNullTermination();
+        core.endGroup();
+    }
+    return parseGitDiffOutput(output);
+}
+exports.getChangesInLastCommit = getChangesInLastCommit;
+async function getChanges(baseRef) {
+    if (!(await hasCommit(baseRef))) {
+        // Fetch single commit
+        core.startGroup(`Fetching ${baseRef} from origin`);
+        await exec_1.default('git', ['fetch', '--depth=1', '--no-tags', 'origin', baseRef]);
+        core.endGroup();
+    }
+    // Get differences between ref and HEAD
+    core.startGroup(`Change detection ${baseRef}..HEAD`);
+    let output = '';
+    try {
+        // Two dots '..' change detection - directly compares two versions
+        output = (await exec_1.default('git', ['diff', '--no-renames', '--name-status', '-z', `${baseRef}..HEAD`])).stdout;
+    }
+    finally {
+        fixStdOutNullTermination();
+        core.endGroup();
+    }
+    return parseGitDiffOutput(output);
+}
+exports.getChanges = getChanges;
+async function getChangesOnHead() {
+    // Get current changes - both staged and unstaged
+    core.startGroup(`Change detection on HEAD`);
+    let output = '';
+    try {
+        output = (await exec_1.default('git', ['diff', '--no-renames', '--name-status', '-z', 'HEAD'])).stdout;
+    }
+    finally {
+        fixStdOutNullTermination();
+        core.endGroup();
+    }
+    return parseGitDiffOutput(output);
+}
+exports.getChangesOnHead = getChangesOnHead;
+async function getChangesSinceMergeBase(base, ref, initialFetchDepth) {
+    const baseRef = `remotes/origin/${base}`;
+    async function hasMergeBase() {
+        return (await exec_1.default('git', ['merge-base', baseRef, ref], { ignoreReturnCode: true })).code === 0;
+    }
+    let noMergeBase = false;
+    core.startGroup(`Searching for merge-base ${baseRef}...${ref}`);
+    try {
+        if (!(await hasMergeBase())) {
+            await exec_1.default('git', ['fetch', `--depth=${initialFetchDepth}`, 'origin', base, ref]);
+            let depth = initialFetchDepth;
+            let lastCommitCount = await getCommitCount();
+            while (!(await hasMergeBase())) {
+                depth = Math.min(depth * 2, Number.MAX_SAFE_INTEGER);
+                await exec_1.default('git', ['fetch', `--deepen=${depth}`, 'origin', base, ref]);
+                const commitCount = await getCommitCount();
+                if (commitCount === lastCommitCount) {
+                    core.info('No more commits were fetched');
+                    core.info('Last attempt will be to fetch full history');
+                    await exec_1.default('git', ['fetch']);
+                    if (!(await hasMergeBase())) {
+                        noMergeBase = true;
+                    }
+                    break;
+                }
+                lastCommitCount = commitCount;
+            }
+        }
+    }
+    finally {
+        core.endGroup();
+    }
+    if (noMergeBase) {
+        core.warning('No merge base found - all files will be listed as added');
+        return await listAllFilesAsAdded();
+    }
+    // Get changes introduced on HEAD compared to ref
+    core.startGroup(`Change detection ${baseRef}...${ref}`);
+    let output = '';
+    try {
+        // Three dots '...' change detection - finds merge-base and compares against it
+        output = (await exec_1.default('git', ['diff', '--no-renames', '--name-status', '-z', `${baseRef}...${ref}`])).stdout;
+    }
+    finally {
+        fixStdOutNullTermination();
+        core.endGroup();
+    }
+    return parseGitDiffOutput(output);
+}
+exports.getChangesSinceMergeBase = getChangesSinceMergeBase;
+function parseGitDiffOutput(output) {
+    const tokens = output.split('\u0000').filter(s => s.length > 0);
+    const files = [];
+    for (let i = 0; i + 1 < tokens.length; i += 2) {
+        files.push({
+            status: statusMap[tokens[i]],
+            filename: tokens[i + 1]
+        });
+    }
+    return files;
+}
+exports.parseGitDiffOutput = parseGitDiffOutput;
+async function listAllFilesAsAdded() {
+    core.startGroup('Listing all files tracked by git');
+    let output = '';
+    try {
+        output = (await exec_1.default('git', ['ls-files', '-z'])).stdout;
+    }
+    finally {
+        fixStdOutNullTermination();
+        core.endGroup();
+    }
+    return output
+        .split('\u0000')
+        .filter(s => s.length > 0)
+        .map(path => ({
+        status: file_1.ChangeStatus.Added,
+        filename: path
+    }));
+}
+exports.listAllFilesAsAdded = listAllFilesAsAdded;
+async function getCurrentRef() {
+    core.startGroup(`Determining current ref`);
+    try {
+        const branch = (await exec_1.default('git', ['branch', '--show-current'])).stdout.trim();
+        if (branch) {
+            return branch;
+        }
+        const describe = await exec_1.default('git', ['describe', '--tags', '--exact-match'], { ignoreReturnCode: true });
+        if (describe.code === 0) {
+            return describe.stdout.trim();
+        }
+        return (await exec_1.default('git', ['rev-parse', exports.HEAD])).stdout.trim();
+    }
+    finally {
+        core.endGroup();
+    }
+}
+exports.getCurrentRef = getCurrentRef;
+function getShortName(ref) {
+    if (!ref)
+        return '';
+    const heads = 'refs/heads/';
+    const tags = 'refs/tags/';
+    if (ref.startsWith(heads))
+        return ref.slice(heads.length);
+    if (ref.startsWith(tags))
+        return ref.slice(tags.length);
+    return ref;
+}
+exports.getShortName = getShortName;
+function isGitSha(ref) {
+    return /^[a-z0-9]{40}$/.test(ref);
+}
+exports.isGitSha = isGitSha;
+async function hasCommit(ref) {
+    core.startGroup(`Checking if commit for ${ref} is locally available`);
+    try {
+        return (await exec_1.default('git', ['cat-file', '-e', `${ref}^{commit}`], { ignoreReturnCode: true })).code === 0;
+    }
+    finally {
+        core.endGroup();
+    }
+}
+async function getCommitCount() {
+    const output = (await exec_1.default('git', ['rev-list', '--count', '--all'])).stdout;
+    const count = parseInt(output);
+    return isNaN(count) ? 0 : count;
+}
+function fixStdOutNullTermination() {
+    // Previous command uses NULL as delimiters and output is printed to stdout.
+    // We have to make sure next thing written to stdout will start on new line.
+    // Otherwise things like ::set-output wouldn't work.
+    core.info('');
+}
+const statusMap = {
+    A: file_1.ChangeStatus.Added,
+    C: file_1.ChangeStatus.Copied,
+    D: file_1.ChangeStatus.Deleted,
+    M: file_1.ChangeStatus.Modified,
+    R: file_1.ChangeStatus.Renamed,
+    U: file_1.ChangeStatus.Unmerged
+};
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 141:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var net = __webpack_require__(631);
+var tls = __webpack_require__(16);
+var http = __webpack_require__(605);
+var https = __webpack_require__(211);
+var events = __webpack_require__(614);
+var assert = __webpack_require__(357);
+var util = __webpack_require__(669);
+
+
+exports.httpOverHttp = httpOverHttp;
+exports.httpsOverHttp = httpsOverHttp;
+exports.httpOverHttps = httpOverHttps;
+exports.httpsOverHttps = httpsOverHttps;
+
+
+function httpOverHttp(options) {
+  var agent = new TunnelingAgent(options);
+  agent.request = http.request;
+  return agent;
+}
+
+function httpsOverHttp(options) {
+  var agent = new TunnelingAgent(options);
+  agent.request = http.request;
+  agent.createSocket = createSecureSocket;
+  agent.defaultPort = 443;
+  return agent;
+}
+
+function httpOverHttps(options) {
+  var agent = new TunnelingAgent(options);
+  agent.request = https.request;
+  return agent;
+}
+
+function httpsOverHttps(options) {
+  var agent = new TunnelingAgent(options);
+  agent.request = https.request;
+  agent.createSocket = createSecureSocket;
+  agent.defaultPort = 443;
+  return agent;
+}
+
+
+function TunnelingAgent(options) {
+  var self = this;
+  self.options = options || {};
+  self.proxyOptions = self.options.proxy || {};
+  self.maxSockets = self.options.maxSockets || http.Agent.defaultMaxSockets;
+  self.requests = [];
+  self.sockets = [];
+
+  self.on('free', function onFree(socket, host, port, localAddress) {
+    var options = toOptions(host, port, localAddress);
+    for (var i = 0, len = self.requests.length; i < len; ++i) {
+      var pending = self.requests[i];
+      if (pending.host === options.host && pending.port === options.port) {
+        // Detect the request to connect same origin server,
+        // reuse the connection.
+        self.requests.splice(i, 1);
+        pending.request.onSocket(socket);
+        return;
+      }
+    }
+    socket.destroy();
+    self.removeSocket(socket);
+  });
+}
+util.inherits(TunnelingAgent, events.EventEmitter);
+
+TunnelingAgent.prototype.addRequest = function addRequest(req, host, port, localAddress) {
+  var self = this;
+  var options = mergeOptions({request: req}, self.options, toOptions(host, port, localAddress));
+
+  if (self.sockets.length >= this.maxSockets) {
+    // We are over limit so we'll add it to the queue.
+    self.requests.push(options);
+    return;
+  }
+
+  // If we are under maxSockets create a new one.
+  self.createSocket(options, function(socket) {
+    socket.on('free', onFree);
+    socket.on('close', onCloseOrRemove);
+    socket.on('agentRemove', onCloseOrRemove);
+    req.onSocket(socket);
+
+    function onFree() {
+      self.emit('free', socket, options);
+    }
+
+    function onCloseOrRemove(err) {
+      self.removeSocket(socket);
+      socket.removeListener('free', onFree);
+      socket.removeListener('close', onCloseOrRemove);
+      socket.removeListener('agentRemove', onCloseOrRemove);
+    }
+  });
+};
+
+TunnelingAgent.prototype.createSocket = function createSocket(options, cb) {
+  var self = this;
+  var placeholder = {};
+  self.sockets.push(placeholder);
+
+  var connectOptions = mergeOptions({}, self.proxyOptions, {
+    method: 'CONNECT',
+    path: options.host + ':' + options.port,
+    agent: false,
+    headers: {
+      host: options.host + ':' + options.port
+    }
+  });
+  if (options.localAddress) {
+    connectOptions.localAddress = options.localAddress;
+  }
+  if (connectOptions.proxyAuth) {
+    connectOptions.headers = connectOptions.headers || {};
+    connectOptions.headers['Proxy-Authorization'] = 'Basic ' +
+        new Buffer(connectOptions.proxyAuth).toString('base64');
+  }
+
+  debug('making CONNECT request');
+  var connectReq = self.request(connectOptions);
+  connectReq.useChunkedEncodingByDefault = false; // for v0.6
+  connectReq.once('response', onResponse); // for v0.6
+  connectReq.once('upgrade', onUpgrade);   // for v0.6
+  connectReq.once('connect', onConnect);   // for v0.7 or later
+  connectReq.once('error', onError);
+  connectReq.end();
+
+  function onResponse(res) {
+    // Very hacky. This is necessary to avoid http-parser leaks.
+    res.upgrade = true;
+  }
+
+  function onUpgrade(res, socket, head) {
+    // Hacky.
+    process.nextTick(function() {
+      onConnect(res, socket, head);
+    });
+  }
+
+  function onConnect(res, socket, head) {
+    connectReq.removeAllListeners();
+    socket.removeAllListeners();
+
+    if (res.statusCode !== 200) {
+      debug('tunneling socket could not be established, statusCode=%d',
+        res.statusCode);
+      socket.destroy();
+      var error = new Error('tunneling socket could not be established, ' +
+        'statusCode=' + res.statusCode);
+      error.code = 'ECONNRESET';
+      options.request.emit('error', error);
+      self.removeSocket(placeholder);
+      return;
+    }
+    if (head.length > 0) {
+      debug('got illegal response body from proxy');
+      socket.destroy();
+      var error = new Error('got illegal response body from proxy');
+      error.code = 'ECONNRESET';
+      options.request.emit('error', error);
+      self.removeSocket(placeholder);
+      return;
+    }
+    debug('tunneling connection has established');
+    self.sockets[self.sockets.indexOf(placeholder)] = socket;
+    return cb(socket);
+  }
+
+  function onError(cause) {
+    connectReq.removeAllListeners();
+
+    debug('tunneling socket could not be established, cause=%s\n',
+          cause.message, cause.stack);
+    var error = new Error('tunneling socket could not be established, ' +
+                          'cause=' + cause.message);
+    error.code = 'ECONNRESET';
+    options.request.emit('error', error);
+    self.removeSocket(placeholder);
+  }
+};
+
+TunnelingAgent.prototype.removeSocket = function removeSocket(socket) {
+  var pos = this.sockets.indexOf(socket)
+  if (pos === -1) {
+    return;
+  }
+  this.sockets.splice(pos, 1);
+
+  var pending = this.requests.shift();
+  if (pending) {
+    // If we have pending requests and a socket gets closed a new one
+    // needs to be created to take over in the pool for the one that closed.
+    this.createSocket(pending, function(socket) {
+      pending.request.onSocket(socket);
+    });
+  }
+};
+
+function createSecureSocket(options, cb) {
+  var self = this;
+  TunnelingAgent.prototype.createSocket.call(self, options, function(socket) {
+    var hostHeader = options.request.getHeader('host');
+    var tlsOptions = mergeOptions({}, self.options, {
+      socket: socket,
+      servername: hostHeader ? hostHeader.replace(/:.*$/, '') : options.host
+    });
+
+    // 0 is dummy port for v0.6
+    var secureSocket = tls.connect(0, tlsOptions);
+    self.sockets[self.sockets.indexOf(socket)] = secureSocket;
+    cb(secureSocket);
+  });
+}
+
+
+function toOptions(host, port, localAddress) {
+  if (typeof host === 'string') { // since v0.10
+    return {
+      host: host,
+      port: port,
+      localAddress: localAddress
+    };
+  }
+  return host; // for v0.11 or later
+}
+
+function mergeOptions(target) {
+  for (var i = 1, len = arguments.length; i < len; ++i) {
+    var overrides = arguments[i];
+    if (typeof overrides === 'object') {
+      var keys = Object.keys(overrides);
+      for (var j = 0, keyLen = keys.length; j < keyLen; ++j) {
+        var k = keys[j];
+        if (overrides[k] !== undefined) {
+          target[k] = overrides[k];
+        }
+      }
+    }
+  }
+  return target;
+}
+
+
+var debug;
+if (process.env.NODE_DEBUG && /\btunnel\b/.test(process.env.NODE_DEBUG)) {
+  debug = function() {
+    var args = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments);
+    if (typeof args[0] === 'string') {
+      args[0] = 'TUNNEL: ' + args[0];
+    } else {
+      args.unshift('TUNNEL:');
+    }
+    console.error.apply(console, args);
+  }
+} else {
+  debug = function() {};
+}
+exports.debug = debug; // for test
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 143:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = withAuthorizationPrefix;
+
+const atob = __webpack_require__(368);
+
+const REGEX_IS_BASIC_AUTH = /^[\w-]+:/;
+
+function withAuthorizationPrefix(authorization) {
+  if (/^(basic|bearer|token) /i.test(authorization)) {
+    return authorization;
+  }
+
+  try {
+    if (REGEX_IS_BASIC_AUTH.test(atob(authorization))) {
+      return `basic ${authorization}`;
+    }
+  } catch (error) {}
+
+  if (authorization.split(/\./).length === 3) {
+    return `bearer ${authorization}`;
+  }
+
+  return `token ${authorization}`;
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 145:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+const pump = __webpack_require__(453);
+const bufferStream = __webpack_require__(966);
+
+class MaxBufferError extends Error {
+	constructor() {
+		super('maxBuffer exceeded');
+		this.name = 'MaxBufferError';
+	}
+}
+
+function getStream(inputStream, options) {
+	if (!inputStream) {
+		return Promise.reject(new Error('Expected a stream'));
+	}
+
+	options = Object.assign({maxBuffer: Infinity}, options);
+
+	const {maxBuffer} = options;
+
+	let stream;
+	return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
+		const rejectPromise = error => {
+			if (error) { // A null check
+				error.bufferedData = stream.getBufferedValue();
+			}
+			reject(error);
+		};
+
+		stream = pump(inputStream, bufferStream(options), error => {
+			if (error) {
+				rejectPromise(error);
+				return;
+			}
+
+			resolve();
+		});
+
+		stream.on('data', () => {
+			if (stream.getBufferedLength() > maxBuffer) {
+				rejectPromise(new MaxBufferError());
+			}
+		});
+	}).then(() => stream.getBufferedValue());
+}
+
+module.exports = getStream;
+module.exports.buffer = (stream, options) => getStream(stream, Object.assign({}, options, {encoding: 'buffer'}));
+module.exports.array = (stream, options) => getStream(stream, Object.assign({}, options, {array: true}));
+module.exports.MaxBufferError = MaxBufferError;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 148:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = paginatePlugin;
+
+const { paginateRest } = __webpack_require__(299);
+
+function paginatePlugin(octokit) {
+  Object.assign(octokit, paginateRest(octokit));
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 168:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+const alias = ['stdin', 'stdout', 'stderr'];
+
+const hasAlias = opts => alias.some(x => Boolean(opts[x]));
+
+module.exports = opts => {
+	if (!opts) {
+		return null;
+	}
+
+	if (opts.stdio && hasAlias(opts)) {
+		throw new Error(`It's not possible to provide \`stdio\` in combination with one of ${alias.map(x => `\`${x}\``).join(', ')}`);
+	}
+
+	if (typeof opts.stdio === 'string') {
+		return opts.stdio;
+	}
+
+	const stdio = opts.stdio || [];
+
+	if (!Array.isArray(stdio)) {
+		throw new TypeError(`Expected \`stdio\` to be of type \`string\` or \`Array\`, got \`${typeof stdio}\``);
+	}
+
+	const result = [];
+	const len = Math.max(stdio.length, alias.length);
+
+	for (let i = 0; i < len; i++) {
+		let value = null;
+
+		if (stdio[i] !== undefined) {
+			value = stdio[i];
+		} else if (opts[alias[i]] !== undefined) {
+			value = opts[alias[i]];
+		}
+
+		result[i] = value;
+	}
+
+	return result;
+};
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 181:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var Type = __webpack_require__(945);
+
+var _hasOwnProperty = Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty;
+var _toString       = Object.prototype.toString;
+
+function resolveYamlOmap(data) {
+  if (data === null) return true;
+
+  var objectKeys = [], index, length, pair, pairKey, pairHasKey,
+      object = data;
+
+  for (index = 0, length = object.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+    pair = object[index];
+    pairHasKey = false;
+
+    if (_toString.call(pair) !== '[object Object]') return false;
+
+    for (pairKey in pair) {
+      if (_hasOwnProperty.call(pair, pairKey)) {
+        if (!pairHasKey) pairHasKey = true;
+        else return false;
+      }
+    }
+
+    if (!pairHasKey) return false;
+
+    if (objectKeys.indexOf(pairKey) === -1) objectKeys.push(pairKey);
+    else return false;
+  }
+
+  return true;
+}
+
+function constructYamlOmap(data) {
+  return data !== null ? data : [];
+}
+
+module.exports = new Type('tag:yaml.org,2002:omap', {
+  kind: 'sequence',
+  resolve: resolveYamlOmap,
+  construct: constructYamlOmap
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 190:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = authenticationPlugin;
+
+const { createTokenAuth } = __webpack_require__(813);
+const { Deprecation } = __webpack_require__(692);
+const once = __webpack_require__(969);
+
+const beforeRequest = __webpack_require__(863);
+const requestError = __webpack_require__(293);
+const validate = __webpack_require__(954);
+const withAuthorizationPrefix = __webpack_require__(143);
+
+const deprecateAuthBasic = once((log, deprecation) => log.warn(deprecation));
+const deprecateAuthObject = once((log, deprecation) => log.warn(deprecation));
+
+function authenticationPlugin(octokit, options) {
+  // If `options.authStrategy` is set then use it and pass in `options.auth`
+  if (options.authStrategy) {
+    const auth = options.authStrategy(options.auth);
+    octokit.hook.wrap("request", auth.hook);
+    octokit.auth = auth;
+    return;
+  }
+
+  // If neither `options.authStrategy` nor `options.auth` are set, the `octokit` instance
+  // is unauthenticated. The `octokit.auth()` method is a no-op and no request hook is registred.
+  if (!options.auth) {
+    octokit.auth = () =>
+      Promise.resolve({
+        type: "unauthenticated"
+      });
+    return;
+  }
+
+  const isBasicAuthString =
+    typeof options.auth === "string" &&
+    /^basic/.test(withAuthorizationPrefix(options.auth));
+
+  // If only `options.auth` is set to a string, use the default token authentication strategy.
+  if (typeof options.auth === "string" && !isBasicAuthString) {
+    const auth = createTokenAuth(options.auth);
+    octokit.hook.wrap("request", auth.hook);
+    octokit.auth = auth;
+    return;
+  }
+
+  // Otherwise log a deprecation message
+  const [deprecationMethod, deprecationMessapge] = isBasicAuthString
+    ? [
+        deprecateAuthBasic,
+        'Setting the "new Octokit({ auth })" option to a Basic Auth string is deprecated. Use https://github.com/octokit/auth-basic.js instead. See (https://octokit.github.io/rest.js/#authentication)'
+      ]
+    : [
+        deprecateAuthObject,
+        'Setting the "new Octokit({ auth })" option to an object without also setting the "authStrategy" option is deprecated and will be removed in v17. See (https://octokit.github.io/rest.js/#authentication)'
+      ];
+  deprecationMethod(
+    octokit.log,
+    new Deprecation("[@octokit/rest] " + deprecationMessapge)
+  );
+
+  octokit.auth = () =>
+    Promise.resolve({
+      type: "deprecated",
+      message: deprecationMessapge
+    });
+
+  validate(options.auth);
+
+  const state = {
+    octokit,
+    auth: options.auth
+  };
+
+  octokit.hook.before("request", beforeRequest.bind(null, state));
+  octokit.hook.error("request", requestError.bind(null, state));
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 197:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = isexe
+isexe.sync = sync
+
+var fs = __webpack_require__(747)
+
+function isexe (path, options, cb) {
+  fs.stat(path, function (er, stat) {
+    cb(er, er ? false : checkStat(stat, options))
+  })
+}
+
+function sync (path, options) {
+  return checkStat(fs.statSync(path), options)
+}
+
+function checkStat (stat, options) {
+  return stat.isFile() && checkMode(stat, options)
+}
+
+function checkMode (stat, options) {
+  var mod = stat.mode
+  var uid = stat.uid
+  var gid = stat.gid
+
+  var myUid = options.uid !== undefined ?
+    options.uid : process.getuid && process.getuid()
+  var myGid = options.gid !== undefined ?
+    options.gid : process.getgid && process.getgid()
+
+  var u = parseInt('100', 8)
+  var g = parseInt('010', 8)
+  var o = parseInt('001', 8)
+  var ug = u | g
+
+  var ret = (mod & o) ||
+    (mod & g) && gid === myGid ||
+    (mod & u) && uid === myUid ||
+    (mod & ug) && myUid === 0
+
+  return ret
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 198:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+var __createBinding = (this && this.__createBinding) || (Object.create ? (function(o, m, k, k2) {
+    if (k2 === undefined) k2 = k;
+    Object.defineProperty(o, k2, { enumerable: true, get: function() { return m[k]; } });
+}) : (function(o, m, k, k2) {
+    if (k2 === undefined) k2 = k;
+    o[k2] = m[k];
+}));
+var __setModuleDefault = (this && this.__setModuleDefault) || (Object.create ? (function(o, v) {
+    Object.defineProperty(o, "default", { enumerable: true, value: v });
+}) : function(o, v) {
+    o["default"] = v;
+});
+var __importStar = (this && this.__importStar) || function (mod) {
+    if (mod && mod.__esModule) return mod;
+    var result = {};
+    if (mod != null) for (var k in mod) if (Object.hasOwnProperty.call(mod, k)) __createBinding(result, mod, k);
+    __setModuleDefault(result, mod);
+    return result;
+};
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+const fs = __importStar(__webpack_require__(747));
+const core = __importStar(__webpack_require__(470));
+const github = __importStar(__webpack_require__(469));
+const filter_1 = __webpack_require__(235);
+const file_1 = __webpack_require__(258);
+const git = __importStar(__webpack_require__(136));
+const shell_escape_1 = __webpack_require__(206);
+const csv_escape_1 = __webpack_require__(410);
+async function run() {
+    try {
+        const workingDirectory = core.getInput('working-directory', { required: false });
+        if (workingDirectory) {
+            process.chdir(workingDirectory);
+        }
+        const token = core.getInput('token', { required: false });
+        const base = core.getInput('base', { required: false });
+        const filtersInput = core.getInput('filters', { required: true });
+        const filtersYaml = isPathInput(filtersInput) ? getConfigFileContent(filtersInput) : filtersInput;
+        const listFiles = core.getInput('list-files', { required: false }).toLowerCase() || 'none';
+        const initialFetchDepth = parseInt(core.getInput('initial-fetch-depth', { required: false })) || 10;
+        if (!isExportFormat(listFiles)) {
+            core.setFailed(`Input parameter 'list-files' is set to invalid value '${listFiles}'`);
+            return;
+        }
+        const filter = new filter_1.Filter(filtersYaml);
+        const files = await getChangedFiles(token, base, initialFetchDepth);
+        const results = filter.match(files);
+        exportResults(results, listFiles);
+    }
+    catch (error) {
+        core.setFailed(error.message);
+    }
+}
+function isPathInput(text) {
+    return !(text.includes('\n') || text.includes(':'));
+}
+function getConfigFileContent(configPath) {
+    if (!fs.existsSync(configPath)) {
+        throw new Error(`Configuration file '${configPath}' not found`);
+    }
+    if (!fs.lstatSync(configPath).isFile()) {
+        throw new Error(`'${configPath}' is not a file.`);
+    }
+    return fs.readFileSync(configPath, { encoding: 'utf8' });
+}
+async function getChangedFiles(token, base, initialFetchDepth) {
+    // if base is 'HEAD' only local uncommitted changes will be detected
+    // This is the simplest case as we don't need to fetch more commits or evaluate current/before refs
+    if (base === git.HEAD) {
+        return await git.getChangesOnHead();
+    }
+    if (github.context.eventName === 'pull_request' || github.context.eventName === 'pull_request_target') {
+        const pr = github.context.payload.pull_request;
+        if (token) {
+            return await getChangedFilesFromApi(token, pr);
+        }
+        core.info('Github token is not available - changes will be detected from PRs merge commit');
+        return await git.getChangesInLastCommit();
+    }
+    else {
+        return getChangedFilesFromGit(base, initialFetchDepth);
+    }
+}
+async function getChangedFilesFromGit(base, initialFetchDepth) {
+    var _a;
+    const defaultRef = (_a = github.context.payload.repository) === null || _a === void 0 ? void 0 : _a.default_branch;
+    const beforeSha = github.context.eventName === 'push' ? github.context.payload.before : null;
+    const ref = git.getShortName(github.context.ref) ||
+        (core.warning(`'ref' field is missing in event payload - using current branch, tag or commit SHA`),
+            await git.getCurrentRef());
+    const baseRef = git.getShortName(base) || defaultRef;
+    if (!baseRef) {
+        throw new Error("This action requires 'base' input to be configured or 'repository.default_branch' to be set in the event payload");
+    }
+    const isBaseRefSha = git.isGitSha(baseRef);
+    const isBaseRefSameAsRef = baseRef === ref;
+    // If base is commit SHA we will do comparison against the referenced commit
+    // Or if base references same branch it was pushed to, we will do comparison against the previously pushed commit
+    if (isBaseRefSha || isBaseRefSameAsRef) {
+        if (!isBaseRefSha && !beforeSha) {
+            core.warning(`'before' field is missing in event payload - changes will be detected from last commit`);
+            return await git.getChangesInLastCommit();
+        }
+        const baseSha = isBaseRefSha ? baseRef : beforeSha;
+        // If there is no previously pushed commit,
+        // we will do comparison against the default branch or return all as added
+        if (baseSha === git.NULL_SHA) {
+            if (defaultRef && baseRef !== defaultRef) {
+                core.info(`First push of a branch detected - changes will be detected against the default branch ${defaultRef}`);
+                return await git.getChangesSinceMergeBase(defaultRef, ref, initialFetchDepth);
+            }
+            else {
+                core.info('Initial push detected - all files will be listed as added');
+                return await git.listAllFilesAsAdded();
+            }
+        }
+        core.info(`Changes will be detected against commit (${baseSha})`);
+        return await git.getChanges(baseSha);
+    }
+    // Changes introduced by current branch against the base branch
+    core.info(`Changes will be detected against the branch ${baseRef}`);
+    return await git.getChangesSinceMergeBase(baseRef, ref, initialFetchDepth);
+}
+// Uses github REST api to get list of files changed in PR
+async function getChangedFilesFromApi(token, pullRequest) {
+    core.startGroup(`Fetching list of changed files for PR#${pullRequest.number} from Github API`);
+    core.info(`Number of changed_files is ${pullRequest.changed_files}`);
+    const client = new github.GitHub(token);
+    const pageSize = 100;
+    const files = [];
+    for (let page = 1; (page - 1) * pageSize < pullRequest.changed_files; page++) {
+        core.info(`Invoking listFiles(pull_number: ${pullRequest.number}, page: ${page}, per_page: ${pageSize})`);
+        const response = await client.pulls.listFiles({
+            owner: github.context.repo.owner,
+            repo: github.context.repo.repo,
+            pull_number: pullRequest.number,
+            page,
+            per_page: pageSize
+        });
+        for (const row of response.data) {
+            core.info(`[${row.status}] ${row.filename}`);
+            // There's no obvious use-case for detection of renames
+            // Therefore we treat it as if rename detection in git diff was turned off.
+            // Rename is replaced by delete of original filename and add of new filename
+            if (row.status === file_1.ChangeStatus.Renamed) {
+                files.push({
+                    filename: row.filename,
+                    status: file_1.ChangeStatus.Added
+                });
+                files.push({
+                    // 'previous_filename' for some unknown reason isn't in the type definition or documentation
+                    filename: row.previous_filename,
+                    status: file_1.ChangeStatus.Deleted
+                });
+            }
+            else {
+                // Github status and git status variants are same except for deleted files
+                const status = row.status === 'removed' ? file_1.ChangeStatus.Deleted : row.status;
+                files.push({
+                    filename: row.filename,
+                    status
+                });
+            }
+        }
+    }
+    core.endGroup();
+    return files;
+}
+function exportResults(results, format) {
+    core.info('Results:');
+    const changes = [];
+    for (const [key, files] of Object.entries(results)) {
+        const value = files.length > 0;
+        core.startGroup(`Filter ${key} = ${value}`);
+        if (files.length > 0) {
+            changes.push(key);
+            core.info('Matching files:');
+            for (const file of files) {
+                core.info(`${file.filename} [${file.status}]`);
+            }
+        }
+        else {
+            core.info('Matching files: none');
+        }
+        core.setOutput(key, value);
+        core.setOutput(`${key}_count`, files.length);
+        if (format !== 'none') {
+            const filesValue = serializeExport(files, format);
+            core.setOutput(`${key}_files`, filesValue);
+        }
+        core.endGroup();
+    }
+    if (results['changes'] === undefined) {
+        const changesJson = JSON.stringify(changes);
+        core.info(`Changes output set to ${changesJson}`);
+        core.setOutput('changes', changesJson);
+    }
+    else {
+        core.info('Cannot set changes output variable - name already used by filter output');
+    }
+}
+function serializeExport(files, format) {
+    const fileNames = files.map(file => file.filename);
+    switch (format) {
+        case 'csv':
+            return fileNames.map(csv_escape_1.csvEscape).join(',');
+        case 'json':
+            return JSON.stringify(fileNames);
+        case 'escape':
+            return fileNames.map(shell_escape_1.backslashEscape).join(' ');
+        case 'shell':
+            return fileNames.map(shell_escape_1.shellEscape).join(' ');
+        default:
+            return '';
+    }
+}
+function isExportFormat(value) {
+    return ['none', 'csv', 'shell', 'json', 'escape'].includes(value);
+}
+run();
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 199:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+const path = __webpack_require__(622);
+const WIN_SLASH = '\\\\/';
+const WIN_NO_SLASH = `[^${WIN_SLASH}]`;
+
+/**
+ * Posix glob regex
+ */
+
+const DOT_LITERAL = '\\.';
+const PLUS_LITERAL = '\\+';
+const QMARK_LITERAL = '\\?';
+const SLASH_LITERAL = '\\/';
+const ONE_CHAR = '(?=.)';
+const QMARK = '[^/]';
+const END_ANCHOR = `(?:${SLASH_LITERAL}|$)`;
+const START_ANCHOR = `(?:^|${SLASH_LITERAL})`;
+const DOTS_SLASH = `${DOT_LITERAL}{1,2}${END_ANCHOR}`;
+const NO_DOT = `(?!${DOT_LITERAL})`;
+const NO_DOTS = `(?!${START_ANCHOR}${DOTS_SLASH})`;
+const NO_DOT_SLASH = `(?!${DOT_LITERAL}{0,1}${END_ANCHOR})`;
+const NO_DOTS_SLASH = `(?!${DOTS_SLASH})`;
+const QMARK_NO_DOT = `[^.${SLASH_LITERAL}]`;
+const STAR = `${QMARK}*?`;
+
+const POSIX_CHARS = {
+  DOT_LITERAL,
+  PLUS_LITERAL,
+  QMARK_LITERAL,
+  SLASH_LITERAL,
+  ONE_CHAR,
+  QMARK,
+  END_ANCHOR,
+  DOTS_SLASH,
+  NO_DOT,
+  NO_DOTS,
+  NO_DOT_SLASH,
+  NO_DOTS_SLASH,
+  QMARK_NO_DOT,
+  STAR,
+  START_ANCHOR
+};
+
+/**
+ * Windows glob regex
+ */
+
+const WINDOWS_CHARS = {
+  ...POSIX_CHARS,
+
+  SLASH_LITERAL: `[${WIN_SLASH}]`,
+  QMARK: WIN_NO_SLASH,
+  STAR: `${WIN_NO_SLASH}*?`,
+  DOTS_SLASH: `${DOT_LITERAL}{1,2}(?:[${WIN_SLASH}]|$)`,
+  NO_DOT: `(?!${DOT_LITERAL})`,
+  NO_DOTS: `(?!(?:^|[${WIN_SLASH}])${DOT_LITERAL}{1,2}(?:[${WIN_SLASH}]|$))`,
+  NO_DOT_SLASH: `(?!${DOT_LITERAL}{0,1}(?:[${WIN_SLASH}]|$))`,
+  NO_DOTS_SLASH: `(?!${DOT_LITERAL}{1,2}(?:[${WIN_SLASH}]|$))`,
+  QMARK_NO_DOT: `[^.${WIN_SLASH}]`,
+  START_ANCHOR: `(?:^|[${WIN_SLASH}])`,
+  END_ANCHOR: `(?:[${WIN_SLASH}]|$)`
+};
+
+/**
+ * POSIX Bracket Regex
+ */
+
+const POSIX_REGEX_SOURCE = {
+  alnum: 'a-zA-Z0-9',
+  alpha: 'a-zA-Z',
+  ascii: '\\x00-\\x7F',
+  blank: ' \\t',
+  cntrl: '\\x00-\\x1F\\x7F',
+  digit: '0-9',
+  graph: '\\x21-\\x7E',
+  lower: 'a-z',
+  print: '\\x20-\\x7E ',
+  punct: '\\-!"#$%&\'()\\*+,./:;<=>?@[\\]^_`{|}~',
+  space: ' \\t\\r\\n\\v\\f',
+  upper: 'A-Z',
+  word: 'A-Za-z0-9_',
+  xdigit: 'A-Fa-f0-9'
+};
+
+module.exports = {
+  MAX_LENGTH: 1024 * 64,
+  POSIX_REGEX_SOURCE,
+
+  // regular expressions
+  REGEX_BACKSLASH: /\\(?![*+?^${}(|)[\]])/g,
+  REGEX_NON_SPECIAL_CHARS: /^[^@![\].,$*+?^{}()|\\/]+/,
+  REGEX_SPECIAL_CHARS: /[-*+?.^${}(|)[\]]/,
+  REGEX_SPECIAL_CHARS_BACKREF: /(\\?)((\W)(\3*))/g,
+  REGEX_SPECIAL_CHARS_GLOBAL: /([-*+?.^${}(|)[\]])/g,
+  REGEX_REMOVE_BACKSLASH: /(?:\[.*?[^\\]\]|\\(?=.))/g,
+
+  // Replace globs with equivalent patterns to reduce parsing time.
+  REPLACEMENTS: {
+    '***': '*',
+    '**/**': '**',
+    '**/**/**': '**'
+  },
+
+  // Digits
+  CHAR_0: 48, /* 0 */
+  CHAR_9: 57, /* 9 */
+
+  // Alphabet chars.
+  CHAR_UPPERCASE_A: 65, /* A */
+  CHAR_LOWERCASE_A: 97, /* a */
+  CHAR_UPPERCASE_Z: 90, /* Z */
+  CHAR_LOWERCASE_Z: 122, /* z */
+
+  CHAR_LEFT_PARENTHESES: 40, /* ( */
+  CHAR_RIGHT_PARENTHESES: 41, /* ) */
+
+  CHAR_ASTERISK: 42, /* * */
+
+  // Non-alphabetic chars.
+  CHAR_AMPERSAND: 38, /* & */
+  CHAR_AT: 64, /* @ */
+  CHAR_BACKWARD_SLASH: 92, /* \ */
+  CHAR_CARRIAGE_RETURN: 13, /* \r */
+  CHAR_CIRCUMFLEX_ACCENT: 94, /* ^ */
+  CHAR_COLON: 58, /* : */
+  CHAR_COMMA: 44, /* , */
+  CHAR_DOT: 46, /* . */
+  CHAR_DOUBLE_QUOTE: 34, /* " */
+  CHAR_EQUAL: 61, /* = */
+  CHAR_EXCLAMATION_MARK: 33, /* ! */
+  CHAR_FORM_FEED: 12, /* \f */
+  CHAR_FORWARD_SLASH: 47, /* / */
+  CHAR_GRAVE_ACCENT: 96, /* ` */
+  CHAR_HASH: 35, /* # */
+  CHAR_HYPHEN_MINUS: 45, /* - */
+  CHAR_LEFT_ANGLE_BRACKET: 60, /* < */
+  CHAR_LEFT_CURLY_BRACE: 123, /* { */
+  CHAR_LEFT_SQUARE_BRACKET: 91, /* [ */
+  CHAR_LINE_FEED: 10, /* \n */
+  CHAR_NO_BREAK_SPACE: 160, /* \u00A0 */
+  CHAR_PERCENT: 37, /* % */
+  CHAR_PLUS: 43, /* + */
+  CHAR_QUESTION_MARK: 63, /* ? */
+  CHAR_RIGHT_ANGLE_BRACKET: 62, /* > */
+  CHAR_RIGHT_CURLY_BRACE: 125, /* } */
+  CHAR_RIGHT_SQUARE_BRACKET: 93, /* ] */
+  CHAR_SEMICOLON: 59, /* ; */
+  CHAR_SINGLE_QUOTE: 39, /* ' */
+  CHAR_SPACE: 32, /*   */
+  CHAR_TAB: 9, /* \t */
+  CHAR_UNDERSCORE: 95, /* _ */
+  CHAR_VERTICAL_LINE: 124, /* | */
+  CHAR_ZERO_WIDTH_NOBREAK_SPACE: 65279, /* \uFEFF */
+
+  SEP: path.sep,
+
+  /**
+   * Create EXTGLOB_CHARS
+   */
+
+  extglobChars(chars) {
+    return {
+      '!': { type: 'negate', open: '(?:(?!(?:', close: `))${chars.STAR})` },
+      '?': { type: 'qmark', open: '(?:', close: ')?' },
+      '+': { type: 'plus', open: '(?:', close: ')+' },
+      '*': { type: 'star', open: '(?:', close: ')*' },
+      '@': { type: 'at', open: '(?:', close: ')' }
+    };
+  },
+
+  /**
+   * Create GLOB_CHARS
+   */
+
+  globChars(win32) {
+    return win32 === true ? WINDOWS_CHARS : POSIX_CHARS;
+  }
+};
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 206:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+exports.shellEscape = exports.backslashEscape = void 0;
+// Backslash escape every character except small subset of definitely safe characters
+function backslashEscape(value) {
+    return value.replace(/([^a-zA-Z0-9,._+:@%/-])/gm, '\\$1');
+}
+exports.backslashEscape = backslashEscape;
+// Returns filename escaped for usage as shell argument.
+// Applies "human readable" approach with as few escaping applied as possible
+function shellEscape(value) {
+    if (value === '')
+        return value;
+    // Only safe characters
+    if (/^[a-zA-Z0-9,._+:@%/-]+$/m.test(value)) {
+        return value;
+    }
+    if (value.includes("'")) {
+        // Only safe characters, single quotes and white-spaces
+        if (/^[a-zA-Z0-9,._+:@%/'\s-]+$/m.test(value)) {
+            return `"${value}"`;
+        }
+        // Split by single quote and apply escaping recursively
+        return value.split("'").map(shellEscape).join("\\'");
+    }
+    // Contains some unsafe characters but no single quote
+    return `'${value}'`;
+}
+exports.shellEscape = shellEscape;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 211:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = require("https");
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 215:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
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+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 224:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+const path = __webpack_require__(622);
+const win32 = process.platform === 'win32';
+const {
+  REGEX_BACKSLASH,
+  REGEX_REMOVE_BACKSLASH,
+  REGEX_SPECIAL_CHARS,
+  REGEX_SPECIAL_CHARS_GLOBAL
+} = __webpack_require__(199);
+
+exports.isObject = val => val !== null && typeof val === 'object' && !Array.isArray(val);
+exports.hasRegexChars = str => REGEX_SPECIAL_CHARS.test(str);
+exports.isRegexChar = str => str.length === 1 && exports.hasRegexChars(str);
+exports.escapeRegex = str => str.replace(REGEX_SPECIAL_CHARS_GLOBAL, '\\$1');
+exports.toPosixSlashes = str => str.replace(REGEX_BACKSLASH, '/');
+
+exports.removeBackslashes = str => {
+  return str.replace(REGEX_REMOVE_BACKSLASH, match => {
+    return match === '\\' ? '' : match;
+  });
+};
+
+exports.supportsLookbehinds = () => {
+  const segs = process.version.slice(1).split('.').map(Number);
+  if (segs.length === 3 && segs[0] >= 9 || (segs[0] === 8 && segs[1] >= 10)) {
+    return true;
+  }
+  return false;
+};
+
+exports.isWindows = options => {
+  if (options && typeof options.windows === 'boolean') {
+    return options.windows;
+  }
+  return win32 === true || path.sep === '\\';
+};
+
+exports.escapeLast = (input, char, lastIdx) => {
+  const idx = input.lastIndexOf(char, lastIdx);
+  if (idx === -1) return input;
+  if (input[idx - 1] === '\\') return exports.escapeLast(input, char, idx - 1);
+  return `${input.slice(0, idx)}\\${input.slice(idx)}`;
+};
+
+exports.removePrefix = (input, state = {}) => {
+  let output = input;
+  if (output.startsWith('./')) {
+    output = output.slice(2);
+    state.prefix = './';
+  }
+  return output;
+};
+
+exports.wrapOutput = (input, state = {}, options = {}) => {
+  const prepend = options.contains ? '' : '^';
+  const append = options.contains ? '' : '$';
+
+  let output = `${prepend}(?:${input})${append}`;
+  if (state.negated === true) {
+    output = `(?:^(?!${output}).*$)`;
+  }
+  return output;
+};
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 228:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var Type = __webpack_require__(945);
+
+function resolveYamlBoolean(data) {
+  if (data === null) return false;
+
+  var max = data.length;
+
+  return (max === 4 && (data === 'true' || data === 'True' || data === 'TRUE')) ||
+         (max === 5 && (data === 'false' || data === 'False' || data === 'FALSE'));
+}
+
+function constructYamlBoolean(data) {
+  return data === 'true' ||
+         data === 'True' ||
+         data === 'TRUE';
+}
+
+function isBoolean(object) {
+  return Object.prototype.toString.call(object) === '[object Boolean]';
+}
+
+module.exports = new Type('tag:yaml.org,2002:bool', {
+  kind: 'scalar',
+  resolve: resolveYamlBoolean,
+  construct: constructYamlBoolean,
+  predicate: isBoolean,
+  represent: {
+    lowercase: function (object) { return object ? 'true' : 'false'; },
+    uppercase: function (object) { return object ? 'TRUE' : 'FALSE'; },
+    camelcase: function (object) { return object ? 'True' : 'False'; }
+  },
+  defaultStyle: 'lowercase'
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 235:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+var __createBinding = (this && this.__createBinding) || (Object.create ? (function(o, m, k, k2) {
+    if (k2 === undefined) k2 = k;
+    Object.defineProperty(o, k2, { enumerable: true, get: function() { return m[k]; } });
+}) : (function(o, m, k, k2) {
+    if (k2 === undefined) k2 = k;
+    o[k2] = m[k];
+}));
+var __setModuleDefault = (this && this.__setModuleDefault) || (Object.create ? (function(o, v) {
+    Object.defineProperty(o, "default", { enumerable: true, value: v });
+}) : function(o, v) {
+    o["default"] = v;
+});
+var __importStar = (this && this.__importStar) || function (mod) {
+    if (mod && mod.__esModule) return mod;
+    var result = {};
+    if (mod != null) for (var k in mod) if (Object.hasOwnProperty.call(mod, k)) __createBinding(result, mod, k);
+    __setModuleDefault(result, mod);
+    return result;
+};
+var __importDefault = (this && this.__importDefault) || function (mod) {
+    return (mod && mod.__esModule) ? mod : { "default": mod };
+};
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+exports.Filter = void 0;
+const jsyaml = __importStar(__webpack_require__(414));
+const picomatch_1 = __importDefault(__webpack_require__(827));
+// Minimatch options used in all matchers
+const MatchOptions = {
+    dot: true
+};
+class Filter {
+    // Creates instance of Filter and load rules from YAML if it's provided
+    constructor(yaml) {
+        this.rules = {};
+        if (yaml) {
+            this.load(yaml);
+        }
+    }
+    // Load rules from YAML string
+    load(yaml) {
+        if (!yaml) {
+            return;
+        }
+        const doc = jsyaml.safeLoad(yaml);
+        if (typeof doc !== 'object') {
+            this.throwInvalidFormatError('Root element is not an object');
+        }
+        for (const [key, item] of Object.entries(doc)) {
+            this.rules[key] = this.parseFilterItemYaml(item);
+        }
+    }
+    match(files) {
+        const result = {};
+        for (const [key, patterns] of Object.entries(this.rules)) {
+            result[key] = files.filter(file => this.isMatch(file, patterns));
+        }
+        return result;
+    }
+    isMatch(file, patterns) {
+        return patterns.some(rule => (rule.status === undefined || rule.status.includes(file.status)) && rule.isMatch(file.filename));
+    }
+    parseFilterItemYaml(item) {
+        if (Array.isArray(item)) {
+            return flat(item.map(i => this.parseFilterItemYaml(i)));
+        }
+        if (typeof item === 'string') {
+            return [{ status: undefined, isMatch: picomatch_1.default(item, MatchOptions) }];
+        }
+        if (typeof item === 'object') {
+            return Object.entries(item).map(([key, pattern]) => {
+                if (typeof key !== 'string' || (typeof pattern !== 'string' && !Array.isArray(pattern))) {
+                    this.throwInvalidFormatError(`Expected [key:string]= pattern:string | string[], but [${key}:${typeof key}]= ${pattern}:${typeof pattern} found`);
+                }
+                return {
+                    status: key
+                        .split('|')
+                        .map(x => x.trim())
+                        .filter(x => x.length > 0)
+                        .map(x => x.toLowerCase()),
+                    isMatch: picomatch_1.default(pattern, MatchOptions)
+                };
+            });
+        }
+        this.throwInvalidFormatError(`Unexpected element type '${typeof item}'`);
+    }
+    throwInvalidFormatError(message) {
+        throw new Error(`Invalid filter YAML format: ${message}.`);
+    }
+}
+exports.Filter = Filter;
+// Creates a new array with all sub-array elements concatenated
+// In future could be replaced by Array.prototype.flat (supported on Node.js 11+)
+function flat(arr) {
+    return arr.reduce((acc, val) => acc.concat(val), []);
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 258:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+exports.ChangeStatus = void 0;
+var ChangeStatus;
+(function (ChangeStatus) {
+    ChangeStatus["Added"] = "added";
+    ChangeStatus["Copied"] = "copied";
+    ChangeStatus["Deleted"] = "deleted";
+    ChangeStatus["Modified"] = "modified";
+    ChangeStatus["Renamed"] = "renamed";
+    ChangeStatus["Unmerged"] = "unmerged";
+})(ChangeStatus = exports.ChangeStatus || (exports.ChangeStatus = {}));
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 260:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+// Note: since nyc uses this module to output coverage, any lines
+// that are in the direct sync flow of nyc's outputCoverage are
+// ignored, since we can never get coverage for them.
+var assert = __webpack_require__(357)
+var signals = __webpack_require__(654)
+
+var EE = __webpack_require__(614)
+/* istanbul ignore if */
+if (typeof EE !== 'function') {
+  EE = EE.EventEmitter
+}
+
+var emitter
+if (process.__signal_exit_emitter__) {
+  emitter = process.__signal_exit_emitter__
+} else {
+  emitter = process.__signal_exit_emitter__ = new EE()
+  emitter.count = 0
+  emitter.emitted = {}
+}
+
+// Because this emitter is a global, we have to check to see if a
+// previous version of this library failed to enable infinite listeners.
+// I know what you're about to say.  But literally everything about
+// signal-exit is a compromise with evil.  Get used to it.
+if (!emitter.infinite) {
+  emitter.setMaxListeners(Infinity)
+  emitter.infinite = true
+}
+
+module.exports = function (cb, opts) {
+  assert.equal(typeof cb, 'function', 'a callback must be provided for exit handler')
+
+  if (loaded === false) {
+    load()
+  }
+
+  var ev = 'exit'
+  if (opts && opts.alwaysLast) {
+    ev = 'afterexit'
+  }
+
+  var remove = function () {
+    emitter.removeListener(ev, cb)
+    if (emitter.listeners('exit').length === 0 &&
+        emitter.listeners('afterexit').length === 0) {
+      unload()
+    }
+  }
+  emitter.on(ev, cb)
+
+  return remove
+}
+
+module.exports.unload = unload
+function unload () {
+  if (!loaded) {
+    return
+  }
+  loaded = false
+
+  signals.forEach(function (sig) {
+    try {
+      process.removeListener(sig, sigListeners[sig])
+    } catch (er) {}
+  })
+  process.emit = originalProcessEmit
+  process.reallyExit = originalProcessReallyExit
+  emitter.count -= 1
+}
+
+function emit (event, code, signal) {
+  if (emitter.emitted[event]) {
+    return
+  }
+  emitter.emitted[event] = true
+  emitter.emit(event, code, signal)
+}
+
+// { <signal>: <listener fn>, ... }
+var sigListeners = {}
+signals.forEach(function (sig) {
+  sigListeners[sig] = function listener () {
+    // If there are no other listeners, an exit is coming!
+    // Simplest way: remove us and then re-send the signal.
+    // We know that this will kill the process, so we can
+    // safely emit now.
+    var listeners = process.listeners(sig)
+    if (listeners.length === emitter.count) {
+      unload()
+      emit('exit', null, sig)
+      /* istanbul ignore next */
+      emit('afterexit', null, sig)
+      /* istanbul ignore next */
+      process.kill(process.pid, sig)
+    }
+  }
+})
+
+module.exports.signals = function () {
+  return signals
+}
+
+module.exports.load = load
+
+var loaded = false
+
+function load () {
+  if (loaded) {
+    return
+  }
+  loaded = true
+
+  // This is the number of onSignalExit's that are in play.
+  // It's important so that we can count the correct number of
+  // listeners on signals, and don't wait for the other one to
+  // handle it instead of us.
+  emitter.count += 1
+
+  signals = signals.filter(function (sig) {
+    try {
+      process.on(sig, sigListeners[sig])
+      return true
+    } catch (er) {
+      return false
+    }
+  })
+
+  process.emit = processEmit
+  process.reallyExit = processReallyExit
+}
+
+var originalProcessReallyExit = process.reallyExit
+function processReallyExit (code) {
+  process.exitCode = code || 0
+  emit('exit', process.exitCode, null)
+  /* istanbul ignore next */
+  emit('afterexit', process.exitCode, null)
+  /* istanbul ignore next */
+  originalProcessReallyExit.call(process, process.exitCode)
+}
+
+var originalProcessEmit = process.emit
+function processEmit (ev, arg) {
+  if (ev === 'exit') {
+    if (arg !== undefined) {
+      process.exitCode = arg
+    }
+    var ret = originalProcessEmit.apply(this, arguments)
+    emit('exit', process.exitCode, null)
+    /* istanbul ignore next */
+    emit('afterexit', process.exitCode, null)
+    return ret
+  } else {
+    return originalProcessEmit.apply(this, arguments)
+  }
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 262:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+const fs_1 = __webpack_require__(747);
+const os_1 = __webpack_require__(87);
+class Context {
+    /**
+     * Hydrate the context from the environment
+     */
+    constructor() {
+        this.payload = {};
+        if (process.env.GITHUB_EVENT_PATH) {
+            if (fs_1.existsSync(process.env.GITHUB_EVENT_PATH)) {
+                this.payload = JSON.parse(fs_1.readFileSync(process.env.GITHUB_EVENT_PATH, { encoding: 'utf8' }));
+            }
+            else {
+                const path = process.env.GITHUB_EVENT_PATH;
+                process.stdout.write(`GITHUB_EVENT_PATH ${path} does not exist${os_1.EOL}`);
+            }
+        }
+        this.eventName = process.env.GITHUB_EVENT_NAME;
+        this.sha = process.env.GITHUB_SHA;
+        this.ref = process.env.GITHUB_REF;
+        this.workflow = process.env.GITHUB_WORKFLOW;
+        this.action = process.env.GITHUB_ACTION;
+        this.actor = process.env.GITHUB_ACTOR;
+    }
+    get issue() {
+        const payload = this.payload;
+        return Object.assign(Object.assign({}, this.repo), { number: (payload.issue || payload.pull_request || payload).number });
+    }
+    get repo() {
+        if (process.env.GITHUB_REPOSITORY) {
+            const [owner, repo] = process.env.GITHUB_REPOSITORY.split('/');
+            return { owner, repo };
+        }
+        if (this.payload.repository) {
+            return {
+                owner: this.payload.repository.owner.login,
+                repo: this.payload.repository.name
+            };
+        }
+        throw new Error("context.repo requires a GITHUB_REPOSITORY environment variable like 'owner/repo'");
+    }
+}
+exports.Context = Context;
+//# sourceMappingURL=context.js.map
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 265:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = getPage
+
+const deprecate = __webpack_require__(370)
+const getPageLinks = __webpack_require__(577)
+const HttpError = __webpack_require__(297)
+
+function getPage (octokit, link, which, headers) {
+  deprecate(`octokit.get${which.charAt(0).toUpperCase() + which.slice(1)}Page() – You can use octokit.paginate or async iterators instead: https://github.com/octokit/rest.js#pagination.`)
+  const url = getPageLinks(link)[which]
+
+  if (!url) {
+    const urlError = new HttpError(`No ${which} page found`, 404)
+    return Promise.reject(urlError)
+  }
+
+  const requestOptions = {
+    url,
+    headers: applyAcceptHeader(link, headers)
+  }
+
+  const promise = octokit.request(requestOptions)
+
+  return promise
+}
+
+function applyAcceptHeader (res, headers) {
+  const previous = res.headers && res.headers['x-github-media-type']
+
+  if (!previous || (headers && headers.accept)) {
+    return headers
+  }
+  headers = headers || {}
+  headers.accept = 'application/vnd.' + previous
+    .replace('; param=', '.')
+    .replace('; format=', '+')
+
+  return headers
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 280:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = register
+
+function register (state, name, method, options) {
+  if (typeof method !== 'function') {
+    throw new Error('method for before hook must be a function')
+  }
+
+  if (!options) {
+    options = {}
+  }
+
+  if (Array.isArray(name)) {
+    return name.reverse().reduce(function (callback, name) {
+      return register.bind(null, state, name, callback, options)
+    }, method)()
+  }
+
+  return Promise.resolve()
+    .then(function () {
+      if (!state.registry[name]) {
+        return method(options)
+      }
+
+      return (state.registry[name]).reduce(function (method, registered) {
+        return registered.hook.bind(null, method, options)
+      }, method)()
+    })
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 293:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = authenticationRequestError;
+
+const { RequestError } = __webpack_require__(497);
+
+function authenticationRequestError(state, error, options) {
+  if (!error.headers) throw error;
+
+  const otpRequired = /required/.test(error.headers["x-github-otp"] || "");
+  // handle "2FA required" error only
+  if (error.status !== 401 || !otpRequired) {
+    throw error;
+  }
+
+  if (
+    error.status === 401 &&
+    otpRequired &&
+    error.request &&
+    error.request.headers["x-github-otp"]
+  ) {
+    if (state.otp) {
+      delete state.otp; // no longer valid, request again
+    } else {
+      throw new RequestError(
+        "Invalid one-time password for two-factor authentication",
+        401,
+        {
+          headers: error.headers,
+          request: options
+        }
+      );
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (typeof state.auth.on2fa !== "function") {
+    throw new RequestError(
+      "2FA required, but options.on2fa is not a function. See https://github.com/octokit/rest.js#authentication",
+      401,
+      {
+        headers: error.headers,
+        request: options
+      }
+    );
+  }
+
+  return Promise.resolve()
+    .then(() => {
+      return state.auth.on2fa();
+    })
+    .then(oneTimePassword => {
+      const newOptions = Object.assign(options, {
+        headers: Object.assign(options.headers, {
+          "x-github-otp": oneTimePassword
+        })
+      });
+      return state.octokit.request(newOptions).then(response => {
+        // If OTP still valid, then persist it for following requests
+        state.otp = oneTimePassword;
+        return response;
+      });
+    });
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 294:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = parseOptions;
+
+const { Deprecation } = __webpack_require__(692);
+const { getUserAgent } = __webpack_require__(619);
+const once = __webpack_require__(969);
+
+const pkg = __webpack_require__(215);
+
+const deprecateOptionsTimeout = once((log, deprecation) =>
+  log.warn(deprecation)
+);
+const deprecateOptionsAgent = once((log, deprecation) => log.warn(deprecation));
+const deprecateOptionsHeaders = once((log, deprecation) =>
+  log.warn(deprecation)
+);
+
+function parseOptions(options, log, hook) {
+  if (options.headers) {
+    options.headers = Object.keys(options.headers).reduce((newObj, key) => {
+      newObj[key.toLowerCase()] = options.headers[key];
+      return newObj;
+    }, {});
+  }
+
+  const clientDefaults = {
+    headers: options.headers || {},
+    request: options.request || {},
+    mediaType: {
+      previews: [],
+      format: ""
+    }
+  };
+
+  if (options.baseUrl) {
+    clientDefaults.baseUrl = options.baseUrl;
+  }
+
+  if (options.userAgent) {
+    clientDefaults.headers["user-agent"] = options.userAgent;
+  }
+
+  if (options.previews) {
+    clientDefaults.mediaType.previews = options.previews;
+  }
+
+  if (options.timeZone) {
+    clientDefaults.headers["time-zone"] = options.timeZone;
+  }
+
+  if (options.timeout) {
+    deprecateOptionsTimeout(
+      log,
+      new Deprecation(
+        "[@octokit/rest] new Octokit({timeout}) is deprecated. Use {request: {timeout}} instead. See https://github.com/octokit/request.js#request"
+      )
+    );
+    clientDefaults.request.timeout = options.timeout;
+  }
+
+  if (options.agent) {
+    deprecateOptionsAgent(
+      log,
+      new Deprecation(
+        "[@octokit/rest] new Octokit({agent}) is deprecated. Use {request: {agent}} instead. See https://github.com/octokit/request.js#request"
+      )
+    );
+    clientDefaults.request.agent = options.agent;
+  }
+
+  if (options.headers) {
+    deprecateOptionsHeaders(
+      log,
+      new Deprecation(
+        "[@octokit/rest] new Octokit({headers}) is deprecated. Use {userAgent, previews} instead. See https://github.com/octokit/request.js#request"
+      )
+    );
+  }
+
+  const userAgentOption = clientDefaults.headers["user-agent"];
+  const defaultUserAgent = `octokit.js/${pkg.version} ${getUserAgent()}`;
+
+  clientDefaults.headers["user-agent"] = [userAgentOption, defaultUserAgent]
+    .filter(Boolean)
+    .join(" ");
+
+  clientDefaults.request.hook = hook.bind(null, "request");
+
+  return clientDefaults;
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 297:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = class HttpError extends Error {
+  constructor (message, code, headers) {
+    super(message)
+
+    // Maintains proper stack trace (only available on V8)
+    /* istanbul ignore next */
+    if (Error.captureStackTrace) {
+      Error.captureStackTrace(this, this.constructor)
+    }
+
+    this.name = 'HttpError'
+    this.code = code
+    this.headers = headers
+  }
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 299:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+Object.defineProperty(exports, '__esModule', { value: true });
+
+const VERSION = "1.1.2";
+
+/**
+ * Some “list” response that can be paginated have a different response structure
+ *
+ * They have a `total_count` key in the response (search also has `incomplete_results`,
+ * /installation/repositories also has `repository_selection`), as well as a key with
+ * the list of the items which name varies from endpoint to endpoint:
+ *
+ * - https://developer.github.com/v3/search/#example (key `items`)
+ * - https://developer.github.com/v3/checks/runs/#response-3 (key: `check_runs`)
+ * - https://developer.github.com/v3/checks/suites/#response-1 (key: `check_suites`)
+ * - https://developer.github.com/v3/apps/installations/#list-repositories (key: `repositories`)
+ * - https://developer.github.com/v3/apps/installations/#list-installations-for-a-user (key `installations`)
+ *
+ * Octokit normalizes these responses so that paginated results are always returned following
+ * the same structure. One challenge is that if the list response has only one page, no Link
+ * header is provided, so this header alone is not sufficient to check wether a response is
+ * paginated or not. For the exceptions with the namespace, a fallback check for the route
+ * paths has to be added in order to normalize the response. We cannot check for the total_count
+ * property because it also exists in the response of Get the combined status for a specific ref.
+ */
+const REGEX = [/^\/search\//, /^\/repos\/[^/]+\/[^/]+\/commits\/[^/]+\/(check-runs|check-suites)([^/]|$)/, /^\/installation\/repositories([^/]|$)/, /^\/user\/installations([^/]|$)/, /^\/repos\/[^/]+\/[^/]+\/actions\/secrets([^/]|$)/, /^\/repos\/[^/]+\/[^/]+\/actions\/workflows(\/[^/]+\/runs)?([^/]|$)/, /^\/repos\/[^/]+\/[^/]+\/actions\/runs(\/[^/]+\/(artifacts|jobs))?([^/]|$)/];
+function normalizePaginatedListResponse(octokit, url, response) {
+  const path = url.replace(octokit.request.endpoint.DEFAULTS.baseUrl, "");
+  const responseNeedsNormalization = REGEX.find(regex => regex.test(path));
+  if (!responseNeedsNormalization) return; // keep the additional properties intact as there is currently no other way
+  // to retrieve the same information.
+
+  const incompleteResults = response.data.incomplete_results;
+  const repositorySelection = response.data.repository_selection;
+  const totalCount = response.data.total_count;
+  delete response.data.incomplete_results;
+  delete response.data.repository_selection;
+  delete response.data.total_count;
+  const namespaceKey = Object.keys(response.data)[0];
+  const data = response.data[namespaceKey];
+  response.data = data;
+
+  if (typeof incompleteResults !== "undefined") {
+    response.data.incomplete_results = incompleteResults;
+  }
+
+  if (typeof repositorySelection !== "undefined") {
+    response.data.repository_selection = repositorySelection;
+  }
+
+  response.data.total_count = totalCount;
+  Object.defineProperty(response.data, namespaceKey, {
+    get() {
+      octokit.log.warn(`[@octokit/paginate-rest] "response.data.${namespaceKey}" is deprecated for "GET ${path}". Get the results directly from "response.data"`);
+      return Array.from(data);
+    }
+
+  });
+}
+
+function iterator(octokit, route, parameters) {
+  const options = octokit.request.endpoint(route, parameters);
+  const method = options.method;
+  const headers = options.headers;
+  let url = options.url;
+  return {
+    [Symbol.asyncIterator]: () => ({
+      next() {
+        if (!url) {
+          return Promise.resolve({
+            done: true
+          });
+        }
+
+        return octokit.request({
+          method,
+          url,
+          headers
+        }).then(response => {
+          normalizePaginatedListResponse(octokit, url, response); // `response.headers.link` format:
+          // '<https://api.github.com/users/aseemk/followers?page=2>; rel="next", <https://api.github.com/users/aseemk/followers?page=2>; rel="last"'
+          // sets `url` to undefined if "next" URL is not present or `link` header is not set
+
+          url = ((response.headers.link || "").match(/<([^>]+)>;\s*rel="next"/) || [])[1];
+          return {
+            value: response
+          };
+        });
+      }
+
+    })
+  };
+}
+
+function paginate(octokit, route, parameters, mapFn) {
+  if (typeof parameters === "function") {
+    mapFn = parameters;
+    parameters = undefined;
+  }
+
+  return gather(octokit, [], iterator(octokit, route, parameters)[Symbol.asyncIterator](), mapFn);
+}
+
+function gather(octokit, results, iterator, mapFn) {
+  return iterator.next().then(result => {
+    if (result.done) {
+      return results;
+    }
+
+    let earlyExit = false;
+
+    function done() {
+      earlyExit = true;
+    }
+
+    results = results.concat(mapFn ? mapFn(result.value, done) : result.value.data);
+
+    if (earlyExit) {
+      return results;
+    }
+
+    return gather(octokit, results, iterator, mapFn);
+  });
+}
+
+/**
+ * @param octokit Octokit instance
+ * @param options Options passed to Octokit constructor
+ */
+
+function paginateRest(octokit) {
+  return {
+    paginate: Object.assign(paginate.bind(null, octokit), {
+      iterator: iterator.bind(null, octokit)
+    })
+  };
+}
+paginateRest.VERSION = VERSION;
+
+exports.paginateRest = paginateRest;
+//# sourceMappingURL=index.js.map
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 323:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var isStream = module.exports = function (stream) {
+	return stream !== null && typeof stream === 'object' && typeof stream.pipe === 'function';
+};
+
+isStream.writable = function (stream) {
+	return isStream(stream) && stream.writable !== false && typeof stream._write === 'function' && typeof stream._writableState === 'object';
+};
+
+isStream.readable = function (stream) {
+	return isStream(stream) && stream.readable !== false && typeof stream._read === 'function' && typeof stream._readableState === 'object';
+};
+
+isStream.duplex = function (stream) {
+	return isStream.writable(stream) && isStream.readable(stream);
+};
+
+isStream.transform = function (stream) {
+	return isStream.duplex(stream) && typeof stream._transform === 'function' && typeof stream._transformState === 'object';
+};
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 336:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = hasLastPage
+
+const deprecate = __webpack_require__(370)
+const getPageLinks = __webpack_require__(577)
+
+function hasLastPage (link) {
+  deprecate(`octokit.hasLastPage() – You can use octokit.paginate or async iterators instead: https://github.com/octokit/rest.js#pagination.`)
+  return getPageLinks(link).last
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 348:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+module.exports = validate;
+
+const { RequestError } = __webpack_require__(497);
+const get = __webpack_require__(854);
+const set = __webpack_require__(883);
+
+function validate(octokit, options) {
+  if (!options.request.validate) {
+    return;
+  }
+  const { validate: params } = options.request;
+
+  Object.keys(params).forEach(parameterName => {
+    const parameter = get(params, parameterName);
+
+    const expectedType = parameter.type;
+    let parentParameterName;
+    let parentValue;
+    let parentParamIsPresent = true;
+    let parentParameterIsArray = false;
+
+    if (/\./.test(parameterName)) {
+      parentParameterName = parameterName.replace(/\.[^.]+$/, "");
+      parentParameterIsArray = parentParameterName.slice(-2) === "[]";
+      if (parentParameterIsArray) {
+        parentParameterName = parentParameterName.slice(0, -2);
+      }
+      parentValue = get(options, parentParameterName);
+      parentParamIsPresent =
+        parentParameterName === "headers" ||
+        (typeof parentValue === "object" && parentValue !== null);
+    }
+
+    const values = parentParameterIsArray
+      ? (get(options, parentParameterName) || []).map(
+          value => value[parameterName.split(/\./).pop()]
+        )
+      : [get(options, parameterName)];
+
+    values.forEach((value, i) => {
+      const valueIsPresent = typeof value !== "undefined";
+      const valueIsNull = value === null;
+      const currentParameterName = parentParameterIsArray
+        ? parameterName.replace(/\[\]/, `[${i}]`)
+        : parameterName;
+
+      if (!parameter.required && !valueIsPresent) {
+        return;
+      }
+
+      // if the parent parameter is of type object but allows null
+      // then the child parameters can be ignored
+      if (!parentParamIsPresent) {
+        return;
+      }
+
+      if (parameter.allowNull && valueIsNull) {
+        return;
+      }
+
+      if (!parameter.allowNull && valueIsNull) {
+        throw new RequestError(
+          `'${currentParameterName}' cannot be null`,
+          400,
+          {
+            request: options
+          }
+        );
+      }
+
+      if (parameter.required && !valueIsPresent) {
+        throw new RequestError(
+          `Empty value for parameter '${currentParameterName}': ${JSON.stringify(
+            value
+          )}`,
+          400,
+          {
+            request: options
+          }
+        );
+      }
+
+      // parse to integer before checking for enum
+      // so that string "1" will match enum with number 1
+      if (expectedType === "integer") {
+        const unparsedValue = value;
+        value = parseInt(value, 10);
+        if (isNaN(value)) {
+          throw new RequestError(
+            `Invalid value for parameter '${currentParameterName}': ${JSON.stringify(
+              unparsedValue
+            )} is NaN`,
+            400,
+            {
+              request: options
+            }
+          );
+        }
+      }
+
+      if (parameter.enum && parameter.enum.indexOf(String(value)) === -1) {
+        throw new RequestError(
+          `Invalid value for parameter '${currentParameterName}': ${JSON.stringify(
+            value
+          )}`,
+          400,
+          {
+            request: options
+          }
+        );
+      }
+
+      if (parameter.validation) {
+        const regex = new RegExp(parameter.validation);
+        if (!regex.test(value)) {
+          throw new RequestError(
+            `Invalid value for parameter '${currentParameterName}': ${JSON.stringify(
+              value
+            )}`,
+            400,
+            {
+              request: options
+            }
+          );
+        }
+      }
+
+      if (expectedType === "object" && typeof value === "string") {
+        try {
+          value = JSON.parse(value);
+        } catch (exception) {
+          throw new RequestError(
+            `JSON parse error of value for parameter '${currentParameterName}': ${JSON.stringify(
+              value
+            )}`,
+            400,
+            {
+              request: options
+            }
+          );
+        }
+      }
+
+      set(options, parameter.mapTo || currentParameterName, value);
+    });
+  });
+
+  return options;
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 349:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = authenticationRequestError;
+
+const { RequestError } = __webpack_require__(497);
+
+function authenticationRequestError(state, error, options) {
+  /* istanbul ignore next */
+  if (!error.headers) throw error;
+
+  const otpRequired = /required/.test(error.headers["x-github-otp"] || "");
+  // handle "2FA required" error only
+  if (error.status !== 401 || !otpRequired) {
+    throw error;
+  }
+
+  if (
+    error.status === 401 &&
+    otpRequired &&
+    error.request &&
+    error.request.headers["x-github-otp"]
+  ) {
+    throw new RequestError(
+      "Invalid one-time password for two-factor authentication",
+      401,
+      {
+        headers: error.headers,
+        request: options
+      }
+    );
+  }
+
+  if (typeof state.auth.on2fa !== "function") {
+    throw new RequestError(
+      "2FA required, but options.on2fa is not a function. See https://github.com/octokit/rest.js#authentication",
+      401,
+      {
+        headers: error.headers,
+        request: options
+      }
+    );
+  }
+
+  return Promise.resolve()
+    .then(() => {
+      return state.auth.on2fa();
+    })
+    .then(oneTimePassword => {
+      const newOptions = Object.assign(options, {
+        headers: Object.assign(
+          { "x-github-otp": oneTimePassword },
+          options.headers
+        )
+      });
+      return state.octokit.request(newOptions);
+    });
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 352:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var esprima;
+
+// Browserified version does not have esprima
+//
+// 1. For node.js just require module as deps
+// 2. For browser try to require mudule via external AMD system.
+//    If not found - try to fallback to window.esprima. If not
+//    found too - then fail to parse.
+//
+try {
+  // workaround to exclude package from browserify list.
+  var _require = require;
+  esprima = _require('esprima');
+} catch (_) {
+  /* eslint-disable no-redeclare */
+  /* global window */
+  if (typeof window !== 'undefined') esprima = window.esprima;
+}
+
+var Type = __webpack_require__(945);
+
+function resolveJavascriptFunction(data) {
+  if (data === null) return false;
+
+  try {
+    var source = '(' + data + ')',
+        ast    = esprima.parse(source, { range: true });
+
+    if (ast.type                    !== 'Program'             ||
+        ast.body.length             !== 1                     ||
+        ast.body[0].type            !== 'ExpressionStatement' ||
+        (ast.body[0].expression.type !== 'ArrowFunctionExpression' &&
+          ast.body[0].expression.type !== 'FunctionExpression')) {
+      return false;
+    }
+
+    return true;
+  } catch (err) {
+    return false;
+  }
+}
+
+function constructJavascriptFunction(data) {
+  /*jslint evil:true*/
+
+  var source = '(' + data + ')',
+      ast    = esprima.parse(source, { range: true }),
+      params = [],
+      body;
+
+  if (ast.type                    !== 'Program'             ||
+      ast.body.length             !== 1                     ||
+      ast.body[0].type            !== 'ExpressionStatement' ||
+      (ast.body[0].expression.type !== 'ArrowFunctionExpression' &&
+        ast.body[0].expression.type !== 'FunctionExpression')) {
+    throw new Error('Failed to resolve function');
+  }
+
+  ast.body[0].expression.params.forEach(function (param) {
+    params.push(param.name);
+  });
+
+  body = ast.body[0].expression.body.range;
+
+  // Esprima's ranges include the first '{' and the last '}' characters on
+  // function expressions. So cut them out.
+  if (ast.body[0].expression.body.type === 'BlockStatement') {
+    /*eslint-disable no-new-func*/
+    return new Function(params, source.slice(body[0] + 1, body[1] - 1));
+  }
+  // ES6 arrow functions can omit the BlockStatement. In that case, just return
+  // the body.
+  /*eslint-disable no-new-func*/
+  return new Function(params, 'return ' + source.slice(body[0], body[1]));
+}
+
+function representJavascriptFunction(object /*, style*/) {
+  return object.toString();
+}
+
+function isFunction(object) {
+  return Object.prototype.toString.call(object) === '[object Function]';
+}
+
+module.exports = new Type('tag:yaml.org,2002:js/function', {
+  kind: 'scalar',
+  resolve: resolveJavascriptFunction,
+  construct: constructJavascriptFunction,
+  predicate: isFunction,
+  represent: representJavascriptFunction
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 357:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = require("assert");
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 366:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+const path = __webpack_require__(622);
+const scan = __webpack_require__(537);
+const parse = __webpack_require__(806);
+const utils = __webpack_require__(224);
+const constants = __webpack_require__(199);
+const isObject = val => val && typeof val === 'object' && !Array.isArray(val);
+
+/**
+ * Creates a matcher function from one or more glob patterns. The
+ * returned function takes a string to match as its first argument,
+ * and returns true if the string is a match. The returned matcher
+ * function also takes a boolean as the second argument that, when true,
+ * returns an object with additional information.
+ *
+ * ```js
+ * const picomatch = require('picomatch');
+ * // picomatch(glob[, options]);
+ *
+ * const isMatch = picomatch('*.!(*a)');
+ * console.log(isMatch('a.a')); //=> false
+ * console.log(isMatch('a.b')); //=> true
+ * ```
+ * @name picomatch
+ * @param {String|Array} `globs` One or more glob patterns.
+ * @param {Object=} `options`
+ * @return {Function=} Returns a matcher function.
+ * @api public
+ */
+
+const picomatch = (glob, options, returnState = false) => {
+  if (Array.isArray(glob)) {
+    const fns = glob.map(input => picomatch(input, options, returnState));
+    const arrayMatcher = str => {
+      for (const isMatch of fns) {
+        const state = isMatch(str);
+        if (state) return state;
+      }
+      return false;
+    };
+    return arrayMatcher;
+  }
+
+  const isState = isObject(glob) && glob.tokens && glob.input;
+
+  if (glob === '' || (typeof glob !== 'string' && !isState)) {
+    throw new TypeError('Expected pattern to be a non-empty string');
+  }
+
+  const opts = options || {};
+  const posix = utils.isWindows(options);
+  const regex = isState
+    ? picomatch.compileRe(glob, options)
+    : picomatch.makeRe(glob, options, false, true);
+
+  const state = regex.state;
+  delete regex.state;
+
+  let isIgnored = () => false;
+  if (opts.ignore) {
+    const ignoreOpts = { ...options, ignore: null, onMatch: null, onResult: null };
+    isIgnored = picomatch(opts.ignore, ignoreOpts, returnState);
+  }
+
+  const matcher = (input, returnObject = false) => {
+    const { isMatch, match, output } = picomatch.test(input, regex, options, { glob, posix });
+    const result = { glob, state, regex, posix, input, output, match, isMatch };
+
+    if (typeof opts.onResult === 'function') {
+      opts.onResult(result);
+    }
+
+    if (isMatch === false) {
+      result.isMatch = false;
+      return returnObject ? result : false;
+    }
+
+    if (isIgnored(input)) {
+      if (typeof opts.onIgnore === 'function') {
+        opts.onIgnore(result);
+      }
+      result.isMatch = false;
+      return returnObject ? result : false;
+    }
+
+    if (typeof opts.onMatch === 'function') {
+      opts.onMatch(result);
+    }
+    return returnObject ? result : true;
+  };
+
+  if (returnState) {
+    matcher.state = state;
+  }
+
+  return matcher;
+};
+
+/**
+ * Test `input` with the given `regex`. This is used by the main
+ * `picomatch()` function to test the input string.
+ *
+ * ```js
+ * const picomatch = require('picomatch');
+ * // picomatch.test(input, regex[, options]);
+ *
+ * console.log(picomatch.test('foo/bar', /^(?:([^/]*?)\/([^/]*?))$/));
+ * // { isMatch: true, match: [ 'foo/', 'foo', 'bar' ], output: 'foo/bar' }
+ * ```
+ * @param {String} `input` String to test.
+ * @param {RegExp} `regex`
+ * @return {Object} Returns an object with matching info.
+ * @api public
+ */
+
+picomatch.test = (input, regex, options, { glob, posix } = {}) => {
+  if (typeof input !== 'string') {
+    throw new TypeError('Expected input to be a string');
+  }
+
+  if (input === '') {
+    return { isMatch: false, output: '' };
+  }
+
+  const opts = options || {};
+  const format = opts.format || (posix ? utils.toPosixSlashes : null);
+  let match = input === glob;
+  let output = (match && format) ? format(input) : input;
+
+  if (match === false) {
+    output = format ? format(input) : input;
+    match = output === glob;
+  }
+
+  if (match === false || opts.capture === true) {
+    if (opts.matchBase === true || opts.basename === true) {
+      match = picomatch.matchBase(input, regex, options, posix);
+    } else {
+      match = regex.exec(output);
+    }
+  }
+
+  return { isMatch: Boolean(match), match, output };
+};
+
+/**
+ * Match the basename of a filepath.
+ *
+ * ```js
+ * const picomatch = require('picomatch');
+ * // picomatch.matchBase(input, glob[, options]);
+ * console.log(picomatch.matchBase('foo/bar.js', '*.js'); // true
+ * ```
+ * @param {String} `input` String to test.
+ * @param {RegExp|String} `glob` Glob pattern or regex created by [.makeRe](#makeRe).
+ * @return {Boolean}
+ * @api public
+ */
+
+picomatch.matchBase = (input, glob, options, posix = utils.isWindows(options)) => {
+  const regex = glob instanceof RegExp ? glob : picomatch.makeRe(glob, options);
+  return regex.test(path.basename(input));
+};
+
+/**
+ * Returns true if **any** of the given glob `patterns` match the specified `string`.
+ *
+ * ```js
+ * const picomatch = require('picomatch');
+ * // picomatch.isMatch(string, patterns[, options]);
+ *
+ * console.log(picomatch.isMatch('a.a', ['b.*', '*.a'])); //=> true
+ * console.log(picomatch.isMatch('a.a', 'b.*')); //=> false
+ * ```
+ * @param {String|Array} str The string to test.
+ * @param {String|Array} patterns One or more glob patterns to use for matching.
+ * @param {Object} [options] See available [options](#options).
+ * @return {Boolean} Returns true if any patterns match `str`
+ * @api public
+ */
+
+picomatch.isMatch = (str, patterns, options) => picomatch(patterns, options)(str);
+
+/**
+ * Parse a glob pattern to create the source string for a regular
+ * expression.
+ *
+ * ```js
+ * const picomatch = require('picomatch');
+ * const result = picomatch.parse(pattern[, options]);
+ * ```
+ * @param {String} `pattern`
+ * @param {Object} `options`
+ * @return {Object} Returns an object with useful properties and output to be used as a regex source string.
+ * @api public
+ */
+
+picomatch.parse = (pattern, options) => {
+  if (Array.isArray(pattern)) return pattern.map(p => picomatch.parse(p, options));
+  return parse(pattern, { ...options, fastpaths: false });
+};
+
+/**
+ * Scan a glob pattern to separate the pattern into segments.
+ *
+ * ```js
+ * const picomatch = require('picomatch');
+ * // picomatch.scan(input[, options]);
+ *
+ * const result = picomatch.scan('!./foo/*.js');
+ * console.log(result);
+ * { prefix: '!./',
+ *   input: '!./foo/*.js',
+ *   start: 3,
+ *   base: 'foo',
+ *   glob: '*.js',
+ *   isBrace: false,
+ *   isBracket: false,
+ *   isGlob: true,
+ *   isExtglob: false,
+ *   isGlobstar: false,
+ *   negated: true }
+ * ```
+ * @param {String} `input` Glob pattern to scan.
+ * @param {Object} `options`
+ * @return {Object} Returns an object with
+ * @api public
+ */
+
+picomatch.scan = (input, options) => scan(input, options);
+
+/**
+ * Create a regular expression from a parsed glob pattern.
+ *
+ * ```js
+ * const picomatch = require('picomatch');
+ * const state = picomatch.parse('*.js');
+ * // picomatch.compileRe(state[, options]);
+ *
+ * console.log(picomatch.compileRe(state));
+ * //=> /^(?:(?!\.)(?=.)[^/]*?\.js)$/
+ * ```
+ * @param {String} `state` The object returned from the `.parse` method.
+ * @param {Object} `options`
+ * @return {RegExp} Returns a regex created from the given pattern.
+ * @api public
+ */
+
+picomatch.compileRe = (parsed, options, returnOutput = false, returnState = false) => {
+  if (returnOutput === true) {
+    return parsed.output;
+  }
+
+  const opts = options || {};
+  const prepend = opts.contains ? '' : '^';
+  const append = opts.contains ? '' : '$';
+
+  let source = `${prepend}(?:${parsed.output})${append}`;
+  if (parsed && parsed.negated === true) {
+    source = `^(?!${source}).*$`;
+  }
+
+  const regex = picomatch.toRegex(source, options);
+  if (returnState === true) {
+    regex.state = parsed;
+  }
+
+  return regex;
+};
+
+picomatch.makeRe = (input, options, returnOutput = false, returnState = false) => {
+  if (!input || typeof input !== 'string') {
+    throw new TypeError('Expected a non-empty string');
+  }
+
+  const opts = options || {};
+  let parsed = { negated: false, fastpaths: true };
+  let prefix = '';
+  let output;
+
+  if (input.startsWith('./')) {
+    input = input.slice(2);
+    prefix = parsed.prefix = './';
+  }
+
+  if (opts.fastpaths !== false && (input[0] === '.' || input[0] === '*')) {
+    output = parse.fastpaths(input, options);
+  }
+
+  if (output === undefined) {
+    parsed = parse(input, options);
+    parsed.prefix = prefix + (parsed.prefix || '');
+  } else {
+    parsed.output = output;
+  }
+
+  return picomatch.compileRe(parsed, options, returnOutput, returnState);
+};
+
+/**
+ * Create a regular expression from the given regex source string.
+ *
+ * ```js
+ * const picomatch = require('picomatch');
+ * // picomatch.toRegex(source[, options]);
+ *
+ * const { output } = picomatch.parse('*.js');
+ * console.log(picomatch.toRegex(output));
+ * //=> /^(?:(?!\.)(?=.)[^/]*?\.js)$/
+ * ```
+ * @param {String} `source` Regular expression source string.
+ * @param {Object} `options`
+ * @return {RegExp}
+ * @api public
+ */
+
+picomatch.toRegex = (source, options) => {
+  try {
+    const opts = options || {};
+    return new RegExp(source, opts.flags || (opts.nocase ? 'i' : ''));
+  } catch (err) {
+    if (options && options.debug === true) throw err;
+    return /$^/;
+  }
+};
+
+/**
+ * Picomatch constants.
+ * @return {Object}
+ */
+
+picomatch.constants = constants;
+
+/**
+ * Expose "picomatch"
+ */
+
+module.exports = picomatch;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 368:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = function atob(str) {
+  return Buffer.from(str, 'base64').toString('binary')
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 369:
+/***/ (function(module, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+Object.defineProperty(exports, '__esModule', { value: true });
+
+function _interopDefault (ex) { return (ex && (typeof ex === 'object') && 'default' in ex) ? ex['default'] : ex; }
+
+var Stream = _interopDefault(__webpack_require__(413));
+var http = _interopDefault(__webpack_require__(605));
+var Url = _interopDefault(__webpack_require__(835));
+var https = _interopDefault(__webpack_require__(211));
+var zlib = _interopDefault(__webpack_require__(761));
+
+// Based on https://github.com/tmpvar/jsdom/blob/aa85b2abf07766ff7bf5c1f6daafb3726f2f2db5/lib/jsdom/living/blob.js
+
+// fix for "Readable" isn't a named export issue
+const Readable = Stream.Readable;
+
+const BUFFER = Symbol('buffer');
+const TYPE = Symbol('type');
+
+class Blob {
+	constructor() {
+		this[TYPE] = '';
+
+		const blobParts = arguments[0];
+		const options = arguments[1];
+
+		const buffers = [];
+		let size = 0;
+
+		if (blobParts) {
+			const a = blobParts;
+			const length = Number(a.length);
+			for (let i = 0; i < length; i++) {
+				const element = a[i];
+				let buffer;
+				if (element instanceof Buffer) {
+					buffer = element;
+				} else if (ArrayBuffer.isView(element)) {
+					buffer = Buffer.from(element.buffer, element.byteOffset, element.byteLength);
+				} else if (element instanceof ArrayBuffer) {
+					buffer = Buffer.from(element);
+				} else if (element instanceof Blob) {
+					buffer = element[BUFFER];
+				} else {
+					buffer = Buffer.from(typeof element === 'string' ? element : String(element));
+				}
+				size += buffer.length;
+				buffers.push(buffer);
+			}
+		}
+
+		this[BUFFER] = Buffer.concat(buffers);
+
+		let type = options && options.type !== undefined && String(options.type).toLowerCase();
+		if (type && !/[^\u0020-\u007E]/.test(type)) {
+			this[TYPE] = type;
+		}
+	}
+	get size() {
+		return this[BUFFER].length;
+	}
+	get type() {
+		return this[TYPE];
+	}
+	text() {
+		return Promise.resolve(this[BUFFER].toString());
+	}
+	arrayBuffer() {
+		const buf = this[BUFFER];
+		const ab = buf.buffer.slice(buf.byteOffset, buf.byteOffset + buf.byteLength);
+		return Promise.resolve(ab);
+	}
+	stream() {
+		const readable = new Readable();
+		readable._read = function () {};
+		readable.push(this[BUFFER]);
+		readable.push(null);
+		return readable;
+	}
+	toString() {
+		return '[object Blob]';
+	}
+	slice() {
+		const size = this.size;
+
+		const start = arguments[0];
+		const end = arguments[1];
+		let relativeStart, relativeEnd;
+		if (start === undefined) {
+			relativeStart = 0;
+		} else if (start < 0) {
+			relativeStart = Math.max(size + start, 0);
+		} else {
+			relativeStart = Math.min(start, size);
+		}
+		if (end === undefined) {
+			relativeEnd = size;
+		} else if (end < 0) {
+			relativeEnd = Math.max(size + end, 0);
+		} else {
+			relativeEnd = Math.min(end, size);
+		}
+		const span = Math.max(relativeEnd - relativeStart, 0);
+
+		const buffer = this[BUFFER];
+		const slicedBuffer = buffer.slice(relativeStart, relativeStart + span);
+		const blob = new Blob([], { type: arguments[2] });
+		blob[BUFFER] = slicedBuffer;
+		return blob;
+	}
+}
+
+Object.defineProperties(Blob.prototype, {
+	size: { enumerable: true },
+	type: { enumerable: true },
+	slice: { enumerable: true }
+});
+
+Object.defineProperty(Blob.prototype, Symbol.toStringTag, {
+	value: 'Blob',
+	writable: false,
+	enumerable: false,
+	configurable: true
+});
+
+/**
+ * fetch-error.js
+ *
+ * FetchError interface for operational errors
+ */
+
+/**
+ * Create FetchError instance
+ *
+ * @param   String      message      Error message for human
+ * @param   String      type         Error type for machine
+ * @param   String      systemError  For Node.js system error
+ * @return  FetchError
+ */
+function FetchError(message, type, systemError) {
+  Error.call(this, message);
+
+  this.message = message;
+  this.type = type;
+
+  // when err.type is `system`, err.code contains system error code
+  if (systemError) {
+    this.code = this.errno = systemError.code;
+  }
+
+  // hide custom error implementation details from end-users
+  Error.captureStackTrace(this, this.constructor);
+}
+
+FetchError.prototype = Object.create(Error.prototype);
+FetchError.prototype.constructor = FetchError;
+FetchError.prototype.name = 'FetchError';
+
+let convert;
+try {
+	convert = __webpack_require__(18).convert;
+} catch (e) {}
+
+const INTERNALS = Symbol('Body internals');
+
+// fix an issue where "PassThrough" isn't a named export for node <10
+const PassThrough = Stream.PassThrough;
+
+/**
+ * Body mixin
+ *
+ * Ref: https://fetch.spec.whatwg.org/#body
+ *
+ * @param   Stream  body  Readable stream
+ * @param   Object  opts  Response options
+ * @return  Void
+ */
+function Body(body) {
+	var _this = this;
+
+	var _ref = arguments.length > 1 && arguments[1] !== undefined ? arguments[1] : {},
+	    _ref$size = _ref.size;
+
+	let size = _ref$size === undefined ? 0 : _ref$size;
+	var _ref$timeout = _ref.timeout;
+	let timeout = _ref$timeout === undefined ? 0 : _ref$timeout;
+
+	if (body == null) {
+		// body is undefined or null
+		body = null;
+	} else if (isURLSearchParams(body)) {
+		// body is a URLSearchParams
+		body = Buffer.from(body.toString());
+	} else if (isBlob(body)) ; else if (Buffer.isBuffer(body)) ; else if (Object.prototype.toString.call(body) === '[object ArrayBuffer]') {
+		// body is ArrayBuffer
+		body = Buffer.from(body);
+	} else if (ArrayBuffer.isView(body)) {
+		// body is ArrayBufferView
+		body = Buffer.from(body.buffer, body.byteOffset, body.byteLength);
+	} else if (body instanceof Stream) ; else {
+		// none of the above
+		// coerce to string then buffer
+		body = Buffer.from(String(body));
+	}
+	this[INTERNALS] = {
+		body,
+		disturbed: false,
+		error: null
+	};
+	this.size = size;
+	this.timeout = timeout;
+
+	if (body instanceof Stream) {
+		body.on('error', function (err) {
+			const error = err.name === 'AbortError' ? err : new FetchError(`Invalid response body while trying to fetch ${_this.url}: ${err.message}`, 'system', err);
+			_this[INTERNALS].error = error;
+		});
+	}
+}
+
+Body.prototype = {
+	get body() {
+		return this[INTERNALS].body;
+	},
+
+	get bodyUsed() {
+		return this[INTERNALS].disturbed;
+	},
+
+	/**
+  * Decode response as ArrayBuffer
+  *
+  * @return  Promise
+  */
+	arrayBuffer() {
+		return consumeBody.call(this).then(function (buf) {
+			return buf.buffer.slice(buf.byteOffset, buf.byteOffset + buf.byteLength);
+		});
+	},
+
+	/**
+  * Return raw response as Blob
+  *
+  * @return Promise
+  */
+	blob() {
+		let ct = this.headers && this.headers.get('content-type') || '';
+		return consumeBody.call(this).then(function (buf) {
+			return Object.assign(
+			// Prevent copying
+			new Blob([], {
+				type: ct.toLowerCase()
+			}), {
+				[BUFFER]: buf
+			});
+		});
+	},
+
+	/**
+  * Decode response as json
+  *
+  * @return  Promise
+  */
+	json() {
+		var _this2 = this;
+
+		return consumeBody.call(this).then(function (buffer) {
+			try {
+				return JSON.parse(buffer.toString());
+			} catch (err) {
+				return Body.Promise.reject(new FetchError(`invalid json response body at ${_this2.url} reason: ${err.message}`, 'invalid-json'));
+			}
+		});
+	},
+
+	/**
+  * Decode response as text
+  *
+  * @return  Promise
+  */
+	text() {
+		return consumeBody.call(this).then(function (buffer) {
+			return buffer.toString();
+		});
+	},
+
+	/**
+  * Decode response as buffer (non-spec api)
+  *
+  * @return  Promise
+  */
+	buffer() {
+		return consumeBody.call(this);
+	},
+
+	/**
+  * Decode response as text, while automatically detecting the encoding and
+  * trying to decode to UTF-8 (non-spec api)
+  *
+  * @return  Promise
+  */
+	textConverted() {
+		var _this3 = this;
+
+		return consumeBody.call(this).then(function (buffer) {
+			return convertBody(buffer, _this3.headers);
+		});
+	}
+};
+
+// In browsers, all properties are enumerable.
+Object.defineProperties(Body.prototype, {
+	body: { enumerable: true },
+	bodyUsed: { enumerable: true },
+	arrayBuffer: { enumerable: true },
+	blob: { enumerable: true },
+	json: { enumerable: true },
+	text: { enumerable: true }
+});
+
+Body.mixIn = function (proto) {
+	for (const name of Object.getOwnPropertyNames(Body.prototype)) {
+		// istanbul ignore else: future proof
+		if (!(name in proto)) {
+			const desc = Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor(Body.prototype, name);
+			Object.defineProperty(proto, name, desc);
+		}
+	}
+};
+
+/**
+ * Consume and convert an entire Body to a Buffer.
+ *
+ * Ref: https://fetch.spec.whatwg.org/#concept-body-consume-body
+ *
+ * @return  Promise
+ */
+function consumeBody() {
+	var _this4 = this;
+
+	if (this[INTERNALS].disturbed) {
+		return Body.Promise.reject(new TypeError(`body used already for: ${this.url}`));
+	}
+
+	this[INTERNALS].disturbed = true;
+
+	if (this[INTERNALS].error) {
+		return Body.Promise.reject(this[INTERNALS].error);
+	}
+
+	let body = this.body;
+
+	// body is null
+	if (body === null) {
+		return Body.Promise.resolve(Buffer.alloc(0));
+	}
+
+	// body is blob
+	if (isBlob(body)) {
+		body = body.stream();
+	}
+
+	// body is buffer
+	if (Buffer.isBuffer(body)) {
+		return Body.Promise.resolve(body);
+	}
+
+	// istanbul ignore if: should never happen
+	if (!(body instanceof Stream)) {
+		return Body.Promise.resolve(Buffer.alloc(0));
+	}
+
+	// body is stream
+	// get ready to actually consume the body
+	let accum = [];
+	let accumBytes = 0;
+	let abort = false;
+
+	return new Body.Promise(function (resolve, reject) {
+		let resTimeout;
+
+		// allow timeout on slow response body
+		if (_this4.timeout) {
+			resTimeout = setTimeout(function () {
+				abort = true;
+				reject(new FetchError(`Response timeout while trying to fetch ${_this4.url} (over ${_this4.timeout}ms)`, 'body-timeout'));
+			}, _this4.timeout);
+		}
+
+		// handle stream errors
+		body.on('error', function (err) {
+			if (err.name === 'AbortError') {
+				// if the request was aborted, reject with this Error
+				abort = true;
+				reject(err);
+			} else {
+				// other errors, such as incorrect content-encoding
+				reject(new FetchError(`Invalid response body while trying to fetch ${_this4.url}: ${err.message}`, 'system', err));
+			}
+		});
+
+		body.on('data', function (chunk) {
+			if (abort || chunk === null) {
+				return;
+			}
+
+			if (_this4.size && accumBytes + chunk.length > _this4.size) {
+				abort = true;
+				reject(new FetchError(`content size at ${_this4.url} over limit: ${_this4.size}`, 'max-size'));
+				return;
+			}
+
+			accumBytes += chunk.length;
+			accum.push(chunk);
+		});
+
+		body.on('end', function () {
+			if (abort) {
+				return;
+			}
+
+			clearTimeout(resTimeout);
+
+			try {
+				resolve(Buffer.concat(accum, accumBytes));
+			} catch (err) {
+				// handle streams that have accumulated too much data (issue #414)
+				reject(new FetchError(`Could not create Buffer from response body for ${_this4.url}: ${err.message}`, 'system', err));
+			}
+		});
+	});
+}
+
+/**
+ * Detect buffer encoding and convert to target encoding
+ * ref: http://www.w3.org/TR/2011/WD-html5-20110113/parsing.html#determining-the-character-encoding
+ *
+ * @param   Buffer  buffer    Incoming buffer
+ * @param   String  encoding  Target encoding
+ * @return  String
+ */
+function convertBody(buffer, headers) {
+	if (typeof convert !== 'function') {
+		throw new Error('The package `encoding` must be installed to use the textConverted() function');
+	}
+
+	const ct = headers.get('content-type');
+	let charset = 'utf-8';
+	let res, str;
+
+	// header
+	if (ct) {
+		res = /charset=([^;]*)/i.exec(ct);
+	}
+
+	// no charset in content type, peek at response body for at most 1024 bytes
+	str = buffer.slice(0, 1024).toString();
+
+	// html5
+	if (!res && str) {
+		res = /<meta.+?charset=(['"])(.+?)\1/i.exec(str);
+	}
+
+	// html4
+	if (!res && str) {
+		res = /<meta[\s]+?http-equiv=(['"])content-type\1[\s]+?content=(['"])(.+?)\2/i.exec(str);
+
+		if (res) {
+			res = /charset=(.*)/i.exec(res.pop());
+		}
+	}
+
+	// xml
+	if (!res && str) {
+		res = /<\?xml.+?encoding=(['"])(.+?)\1/i.exec(str);
+	}
+
+	// found charset
+	if (res) {
+		charset = res.pop();
+
+		// prevent decode issues when sites use incorrect encoding
+		// ref: https://hsivonen.fi/encoding-menu/
+		if (charset === 'gb2312' || charset === 'gbk') {
+			charset = 'gb18030';
+		}
+	}
+
+	// turn raw buffers into a single utf-8 buffer
+	return convert(buffer, 'UTF-8', charset).toString();
+}
+
+/**
+ * Detect a URLSearchParams object
+ * ref: https://github.com/bitinn/node-fetch/issues/296#issuecomment-307598143
+ *
+ * @param   Object  obj     Object to detect by type or brand
+ * @return  String
+ */
+function isURLSearchParams(obj) {
+	// Duck-typing as a necessary condition.
+	if (typeof obj !== 'object' || typeof obj.append !== 'function' || typeof obj.delete !== 'function' || typeof obj.get !== 'function' || typeof obj.getAll !== 'function' || typeof obj.has !== 'function' || typeof obj.set !== 'function') {
+		return false;
+	}
+
+	// Brand-checking and more duck-typing as optional condition.
+	return obj.constructor.name === 'URLSearchParams' || Object.prototype.toString.call(obj) === '[object URLSearchParams]' || typeof obj.sort === 'function';
+}
+
+/**
+ * Check if `obj` is a W3C `Blob` object (which `File` inherits from)
+ * @param  {*} obj
+ * @return {boolean}
+ */
+function isBlob(obj) {
+	return typeof obj === 'object' && typeof obj.arrayBuffer === 'function' && typeof obj.type === 'string' && typeof obj.stream === 'function' && typeof obj.constructor === 'function' && typeof obj.constructor.name === 'string' && /^(Blob|File)$/.test(obj.constructor.name) && /^(Blob|File)$/.test(obj[Symbol.toStringTag]);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Clone body given Res/Req instance
+ *
+ * @param   Mixed  instance  Response or Request instance
+ * @return  Mixed
+ */
+function clone(instance) {
+	let p1, p2;
+	let body = instance.body;
+
+	// don't allow cloning a used body
+	if (instance.bodyUsed) {
+		throw new Error('cannot clone body after it is used');
+	}
+
+	// check that body is a stream and not form-data object
+	// note: we can't clone the form-data object without having it as a dependency
+	if (body instanceof Stream && typeof body.getBoundary !== 'function') {
+		// tee instance body
+		p1 = new PassThrough();
+		p2 = new PassThrough();
+		body.pipe(p1);
+		body.pipe(p2);
+		// set instance body to teed body and return the other teed body
+		instance[INTERNALS].body = p1;
+		body = p2;
+	}
+
+	return body;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Performs the operation "extract a `Content-Type` value from |object|" as
+ * specified in the specification:
+ * https://fetch.spec.whatwg.org/#concept-bodyinit-extract
+ *
+ * This function assumes that instance.body is present.
+ *
+ * @param   Mixed  instance  Any options.body input
+ */
+function extractContentType(body) {
+	if (body === null) {
+		// body is null
+		return null;
+	} else if (typeof body === 'string') {
+		// body is string
+		return 'text/plain;charset=UTF-8';
+	} else if (isURLSearchParams(body)) {
+		// body is a URLSearchParams
+		return 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded;charset=UTF-8';
+	} else if (isBlob(body)) {
+		// body is blob
+		return body.type || null;
+	} else if (Buffer.isBuffer(body)) {
+		// body is buffer
+		return null;
+	} else if (Object.prototype.toString.call(body) === '[object ArrayBuffer]') {
+		// body is ArrayBuffer
+		return null;
+	} else if (ArrayBuffer.isView(body)) {
+		// body is ArrayBufferView
+		return null;
+	} else if (typeof body.getBoundary === 'function') {
+		// detect form data input from form-data module
+		return `multipart/form-data;boundary=${body.getBoundary()}`;
+	} else if (body instanceof Stream) {
+		// body is stream
+		// can't really do much about this
+		return null;
+	} else {
+		// Body constructor defaults other things to string
+		return 'text/plain;charset=UTF-8';
+	}
+}
+
+/**
+ * The Fetch Standard treats this as if "total bytes" is a property on the body.
+ * For us, we have to explicitly get it with a function.
+ *
+ * ref: https://fetch.spec.whatwg.org/#concept-body-total-bytes
+ *
+ * @param   Body    instance   Instance of Body
+ * @return  Number?            Number of bytes, or null if not possible
+ */
+function getTotalBytes(instance) {
+	const body = instance.body;
+
+
+	if (body === null) {
+		// body is null
+		return 0;
+	} else if (isBlob(body)) {
+		return body.size;
+	} else if (Buffer.isBuffer(body)) {
+		// body is buffer
+		return body.length;
+	} else if (body && typeof body.getLengthSync === 'function') {
+		// detect form data input from form-data module
+		if (body._lengthRetrievers && body._lengthRetrievers.length == 0 || // 1.x
+		body.hasKnownLength && body.hasKnownLength()) {
+			// 2.x
+			return body.getLengthSync();
+		}
+		return null;
+	} else {
+		// body is stream
+		return null;
+	}
+}
+
+/**
+ * Write a Body to a Node.js WritableStream (e.g. http.Request) object.
+ *
+ * @param   Body    instance   Instance of Body
+ * @return  Void
+ */
+function writeToStream(dest, instance) {
+	const body = instance.body;
+
+
+	if (body === null) {
+		// body is null
+		dest.end();
+	} else if (isBlob(body)) {
+		body.stream().pipe(dest);
+	} else if (Buffer.isBuffer(body)) {
+		// body is buffer
+		dest.write(body);
+		dest.end();
+	} else {
+		// body is stream
+		body.pipe(dest);
+	}
+}
+
+// expose Promise
+Body.Promise = global.Promise;
+
+/**
+ * headers.js
+ *
+ * Headers class offers convenient helpers
+ */
+
+const invalidTokenRegex = /[^\^_`a-zA-Z\-0-9!#$%&'*+.|~]/;
+const invalidHeaderCharRegex = /[^\t\x20-\x7e\x80-\xff]/;
+
+function validateName(name) {
+	name = `${name}`;
+	if (invalidTokenRegex.test(name) || name === '') {
+		throw new TypeError(`${name} is not a legal HTTP header name`);
+	}
+}
+
+function validateValue(value) {
+	value = `${value}`;
+	if (invalidHeaderCharRegex.test(value)) {
+		throw new TypeError(`${value} is not a legal HTTP header value`);
+	}
+}
+
+/**
+ * Find the key in the map object given a header name.
+ *
+ * Returns undefined if not found.
+ *
+ * @param   String  name  Header name
+ * @return  String|Undefined
+ */
+function find(map, name) {
+	name = name.toLowerCase();
+	for (const key in map) {
+		if (key.toLowerCase() === name) {
+			return key;
+		}
+	}
+	return undefined;
+}
+
+const MAP = Symbol('map');
+class Headers {
+	/**
+  * Headers class
+  *
+  * @param   Object  headers  Response headers
+  * @return  Void
+  */
+	constructor() {
+		let init = arguments.length > 0 && arguments[0] !== undefined ? arguments[0] : undefined;
+
+		this[MAP] = Object.create(null);
+
+		if (init instanceof Headers) {
+			const rawHeaders = init.raw();
+			const headerNames = Object.keys(rawHeaders);
+
+			for (const headerName of headerNames) {
+				for (const value of rawHeaders[headerName]) {
+					this.append(headerName, value);
+				}
+			}
+
+			return;
+		}
+
+		// We don't worry about converting prop to ByteString here as append()
+		// will handle it.
+		if (init == null) ; else if (typeof init === 'object') {
+			const method = init[Symbol.iterator];
+			if (method != null) {
+				if (typeof method !== 'function') {
+					throw new TypeError('Header pairs must be iterable');
+				}
+
+				// sequence<sequence<ByteString>>
+				// Note: per spec we have to first exhaust the lists then process them
+				const pairs = [];
+				for (const pair of init) {
+					if (typeof pair !== 'object' || typeof pair[Symbol.iterator] !== 'function') {
+						throw new TypeError('Each header pair must be iterable');
+					}
+					pairs.push(Array.from(pair));
+				}
+
+				for (const pair of pairs) {
+					if (pair.length !== 2) {
+						throw new TypeError('Each header pair must be a name/value tuple');
+					}
+					this.append(pair[0], pair[1]);
+				}
+			} else {
+				// record<ByteString, ByteString>
+				for (const key of Object.keys(init)) {
+					const value = init[key];
+					this.append(key, value);
+				}
+			}
+		} else {
+			throw new TypeError('Provided initializer must be an object');
+		}
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Return combined header value given name
+  *
+  * @param   String  name  Header name
+  * @return  Mixed
+  */
+	get(name) {
+		name = `${name}`;
+		validateName(name);
+		const key = find(this[MAP], name);
+		if (key === undefined) {
+			return null;
+		}
+
+		return this[MAP][key].join(', ');
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Iterate over all headers
+  *
+  * @param   Function  callback  Executed for each item with parameters (value, name, thisArg)
+  * @param   Boolean   thisArg   `this` context for callback function
+  * @return  Void
+  */
+	forEach(callback) {
+		let thisArg = arguments.length > 1 && arguments[1] !== undefined ? arguments[1] : undefined;
+
+		let pairs = getHeaders(this);
+		let i = 0;
+		while (i < pairs.length) {
+			var _pairs$i = pairs[i];
+			const name = _pairs$i[0],
+			      value = _pairs$i[1];
+
+			callback.call(thisArg, value, name, this);
+			pairs = getHeaders(this);
+			i++;
+		}
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Overwrite header values given name
+  *
+  * @param   String  name   Header name
+  * @param   String  value  Header value
+  * @return  Void
+  */
+	set(name, value) {
+		name = `${name}`;
+		value = `${value}`;
+		validateName(name);
+		validateValue(value);
+		const key = find(this[MAP], name);
+		this[MAP][key !== undefined ? key : name] = [value];
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Append a value onto existing header
+  *
+  * @param   String  name   Header name
+  * @param   String  value  Header value
+  * @return  Void
+  */
+	append(name, value) {
+		name = `${name}`;
+		value = `${value}`;
+		validateName(name);
+		validateValue(value);
+		const key = find(this[MAP], name);
+		if (key !== undefined) {
+			this[MAP][key].push(value);
+		} else {
+			this[MAP][name] = [value];
+		}
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Check for header name existence
+  *
+  * @param   String   name  Header name
+  * @return  Boolean
+  */
+	has(name) {
+		name = `${name}`;
+		validateName(name);
+		return find(this[MAP], name) !== undefined;
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Delete all header values given name
+  *
+  * @param   String  name  Header name
+  * @return  Void
+  */
+	delete(name) {
+		name = `${name}`;
+		validateName(name);
+		const key = find(this[MAP], name);
+		if (key !== undefined) {
+			delete this[MAP][key];
+		}
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Return raw headers (non-spec api)
+  *
+  * @return  Object
+  */
+	raw() {
+		return this[MAP];
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Get an iterator on keys.
+  *
+  * @return  Iterator
+  */
+	keys() {
+		return createHeadersIterator(this, 'key');
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Get an iterator on values.
+  *
+  * @return  Iterator
+  */
+	values() {
+		return createHeadersIterator(this, 'value');
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Get an iterator on entries.
+  *
+  * This is the default iterator of the Headers object.
+  *
+  * @return  Iterator
+  */
+	[Symbol.iterator]() {
+		return createHeadersIterator(this, 'key+value');
+	}
+}
+Headers.prototype.entries = Headers.prototype[Symbol.iterator];
+
+Object.defineProperty(Headers.prototype, Symbol.toStringTag, {
+	value: 'Headers',
+	writable: false,
+	enumerable: false,
+	configurable: true
+});
+
+Object.defineProperties(Headers.prototype, {
+	get: { enumerable: true },
+	forEach: { enumerable: true },
+	set: { enumerable: true },
+	append: { enumerable: true },
+	has: { enumerable: true },
+	delete: { enumerable: true },
+	keys: { enumerable: true },
+	values: { enumerable: true },
+	entries: { enumerable: true }
+});
+
+function getHeaders(headers) {
+	let kind = arguments.length > 1 && arguments[1] !== undefined ? arguments[1] : 'key+value';
+
+	const keys = Object.keys(headers[MAP]).sort();
+	return keys.map(kind === 'key' ? function (k) {
+		return k.toLowerCase();
+	} : kind === 'value' ? function (k) {
+		return headers[MAP][k].join(', ');
+	} : function (k) {
+		return [k.toLowerCase(), headers[MAP][k].join(', ')];
+	});
+}
+
+const INTERNAL = Symbol('internal');
+
+function createHeadersIterator(target, kind) {
+	const iterator = Object.create(HeadersIteratorPrototype);
+	iterator[INTERNAL] = {
+		target,
+		kind,
+		index: 0
+	};
+	return iterator;
+}
+
+const HeadersIteratorPrototype = Object.setPrototypeOf({
+	next() {
+		// istanbul ignore if
+		if (!this || Object.getPrototypeOf(this) !== HeadersIteratorPrototype) {
+			throw new TypeError('Value of `this` is not a HeadersIterator');
+		}
+
+		var _INTERNAL = this[INTERNAL];
+		const target = _INTERNAL.target,
+		      kind = _INTERNAL.kind,
+		      index = _INTERNAL.index;
+
+		const values = getHeaders(target, kind);
+		const len = values.length;
+		if (index >= len) {
+			return {
+				value: undefined,
+				done: true
+			};
+		}
+
+		this[INTERNAL].index = index + 1;
+
+		return {
+			value: values[index],
+			done: false
+		};
+	}
+}, Object.getPrototypeOf(Object.getPrototypeOf([][Symbol.iterator]())));
+
+Object.defineProperty(HeadersIteratorPrototype, Symbol.toStringTag, {
+	value: 'HeadersIterator',
+	writable: false,
+	enumerable: false,
+	configurable: true
+});
+
+/**
+ * Export the Headers object in a form that Node.js can consume.
+ *
+ * @param   Headers  headers
+ * @return  Object
+ */
+function exportNodeCompatibleHeaders(headers) {
+	const obj = Object.assign({ __proto__: null }, headers[MAP]);
+
+	// http.request() only supports string as Host header. This hack makes
+	// specifying custom Host header possible.
+	const hostHeaderKey = find(headers[MAP], 'Host');
+	if (hostHeaderKey !== undefined) {
+		obj[hostHeaderKey] = obj[hostHeaderKey][0];
+	}
+
+	return obj;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Create a Headers object from an object of headers, ignoring those that do
+ * not conform to HTTP grammar productions.
+ *
+ * @param   Object  obj  Object of headers
+ * @return  Headers
+ */
+function createHeadersLenient(obj) {
+	const headers = new Headers();
+	for (const name of Object.keys(obj)) {
+		if (invalidTokenRegex.test(name)) {
+			continue;
+		}
+		if (Array.isArray(obj[name])) {
+			for (const val of obj[name]) {
+				if (invalidHeaderCharRegex.test(val)) {
+					continue;
+				}
+				if (headers[MAP][name] === undefined) {
+					headers[MAP][name] = [val];
+				} else {
+					headers[MAP][name].push(val);
+				}
+			}
+		} else if (!invalidHeaderCharRegex.test(obj[name])) {
+			headers[MAP][name] = [obj[name]];
+		}
+	}
+	return headers;
+}
+
+const INTERNALS$1 = Symbol('Response internals');
+
+// fix an issue where "STATUS_CODES" aren't a named export for node <10
+const STATUS_CODES = http.STATUS_CODES;
+
+/**
+ * Response class
+ *
+ * @param   Stream  body  Readable stream
+ * @param   Object  opts  Response options
+ * @return  Void
+ */
+class Response {
+	constructor() {
+		let body = arguments.length > 0 && arguments[0] !== undefined ? arguments[0] : null;
+		let opts = arguments.length > 1 && arguments[1] !== undefined ? arguments[1] : {};
+
+		Body.call(this, body, opts);
+
+		const status = opts.status || 200;
+		const headers = new Headers(opts.headers);
+
+		if (body != null && !headers.has('Content-Type')) {
+			const contentType = extractContentType(body);
+			if (contentType) {
+				headers.append('Content-Type', contentType);
+			}
+		}
+
+		this[INTERNALS$1] = {
+			url: opts.url,
+			status,
+			statusText: opts.statusText || STATUS_CODES[status],
+			headers,
+			counter: opts.counter
+		};
+	}
+
+	get url() {
+		return this[INTERNALS$1].url || '';
+	}
+
+	get status() {
+		return this[INTERNALS$1].status;
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Convenience property representing if the request ended normally
+  */
+	get ok() {
+		return this[INTERNALS$1].status >= 200 && this[INTERNALS$1].status < 300;
+	}
+
+	get redirected() {
+		return this[INTERNALS$1].counter > 0;
+	}
+
+	get statusText() {
+		return this[INTERNALS$1].statusText;
+	}
+
+	get headers() {
+		return this[INTERNALS$1].headers;
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Clone this response
+  *
+  * @return  Response
+  */
+	clone() {
+		return new Response(clone(this), {
+			url: this.url,
+			status: this.status,
+			statusText: this.statusText,
+			headers: this.headers,
+			ok: this.ok,
+			redirected: this.redirected
+		});
+	}
+}
+
+Body.mixIn(Response.prototype);
+
+Object.defineProperties(Response.prototype, {
+	url: { enumerable: true },
+	status: { enumerable: true },
+	ok: { enumerable: true },
+	redirected: { enumerable: true },
+	statusText: { enumerable: true },
+	headers: { enumerable: true },
+	clone: { enumerable: true }
+});
+
+Object.defineProperty(Response.prototype, Symbol.toStringTag, {
+	value: 'Response',
+	writable: false,
+	enumerable: false,
+	configurable: true
+});
+
+const INTERNALS$2 = Symbol('Request internals');
+
+// fix an issue where "format", "parse" aren't a named export for node <10
+const parse_url = Url.parse;
+const format_url = Url.format;
+
+const streamDestructionSupported = 'destroy' in Stream.Readable.prototype;
+
+/**
+ * Check if a value is an instance of Request.
+ *
+ * @param   Mixed   input
+ * @return  Boolean
+ */
+function isRequest(input) {
+	return typeof input === 'object' && typeof input[INTERNALS$2] === 'object';
+}
+
+function isAbortSignal(signal) {
+	const proto = signal && typeof signal === 'object' && Object.getPrototypeOf(signal);
+	return !!(proto && proto.constructor.name === 'AbortSignal');
+}
+
+/**
+ * Request class
+ *
+ * @param   Mixed   input  Url or Request instance
+ * @param   Object  init   Custom options
+ * @return  Void
+ */
+class Request {
+	constructor(input) {
+		let init = arguments.length > 1 && arguments[1] !== undefined ? arguments[1] : {};
+
+		let parsedURL;
+
+		// normalize input
+		if (!isRequest(input)) {
+			if (input && input.href) {
+				// in order to support Node.js' Url objects; though WHATWG's URL objects
+				// will fall into this branch also (since their `toString()` will return
+				// `href` property anyway)
+				parsedURL = parse_url(input.href);
+			} else {
+				// coerce input to a string before attempting to parse
+				parsedURL = parse_url(`${input}`);
+			}
+			input = {};
+		} else {
+			parsedURL = parse_url(input.url);
+		}
+
+		let method = init.method || input.method || 'GET';
+		method = method.toUpperCase();
+
+		if ((init.body != null || isRequest(input) && input.body !== null) && (method === 'GET' || method === 'HEAD')) {
+			throw new TypeError('Request with GET/HEAD method cannot have body');
+		}
+
+		let inputBody = init.body != null ? init.body : isRequest(input) && input.body !== null ? clone(input) : null;
+
+		Body.call(this, inputBody, {
+			timeout: init.timeout || input.timeout || 0,
+			size: init.size || input.size || 0
+		});
+
+		const headers = new Headers(init.headers || input.headers || {});
+
+		if (inputBody != null && !headers.has('Content-Type')) {
+			const contentType = extractContentType(inputBody);
+			if (contentType) {
+				headers.append('Content-Type', contentType);
+			}
+		}
+
+		let signal = isRequest(input) ? input.signal : null;
+		if ('signal' in init) signal = init.signal;
+
+		if (signal != null && !isAbortSignal(signal)) {
+			throw new TypeError('Expected signal to be an instanceof AbortSignal');
+		}
+
+		this[INTERNALS$2] = {
+			method,
+			redirect: init.redirect || input.redirect || 'follow',
+			headers,
+			parsedURL,
+			signal
+		};
+
+		// node-fetch-only options
+		this.follow = init.follow !== undefined ? init.follow : input.follow !== undefined ? input.follow : 20;
+		this.compress = init.compress !== undefined ? init.compress : input.compress !== undefined ? input.compress : true;
+		this.counter = init.counter || input.counter || 0;
+		this.agent = init.agent || input.agent;
+	}
+
+	get method() {
+		return this[INTERNALS$2].method;
+	}
+
+	get url() {
+		return format_url(this[INTERNALS$2].parsedURL);
+	}
+
+	get headers() {
+		return this[INTERNALS$2].headers;
+	}
+
+	get redirect() {
+		return this[INTERNALS$2].redirect;
+	}
+
+	get signal() {
+		return this[INTERNALS$2].signal;
+	}
+
+	/**
+  * Clone this request
+  *
+  * @return  Request
+  */
+	clone() {
+		return new Request(this);
+	}
+}
+
+Body.mixIn(Request.prototype);
+
+Object.defineProperty(Request.prototype, Symbol.toStringTag, {
+	value: 'Request',
+	writable: false,
+	enumerable: false,
+	configurable: true
+});
+
+Object.defineProperties(Request.prototype, {
+	method: { enumerable: true },
+	url: { enumerable: true },
+	headers: { enumerable: true },
+	redirect: { enumerable: true },
+	clone: { enumerable: true },
+	signal: { enumerable: true }
+});
+
+/**
+ * Convert a Request to Node.js http request options.
+ *
+ * @param   Request  A Request instance
+ * @return  Object   The options object to be passed to http.request
+ */
+function getNodeRequestOptions(request) {
+	const parsedURL = request[INTERNALS$2].parsedURL;
+	const headers = new Headers(request[INTERNALS$2].headers);
+
+	// fetch step 1.3
+	if (!headers.has('Accept')) {
+		headers.set('Accept', '*/*');
+	}
+
+	// Basic fetch
+	if (!parsedURL.protocol || !parsedURL.hostname) {
+		throw new TypeError('Only absolute URLs are supported');
+	}
+
+	if (!/^https?:$/.test(parsedURL.protocol)) {
+		throw new TypeError('Only HTTP(S) protocols are supported');
+	}
+
+	if (request.signal && request.body instanceof Stream.Readable && !streamDestructionSupported) {
+		throw new Error('Cancellation of streamed requests with AbortSignal is not supported in node < 8');
+	}
+
+	// HTTP-network-or-cache fetch steps 2.4-2.7
+	let contentLengthValue = null;
+	if (request.body == null && /^(POST|PUT)$/i.test(request.method)) {
+		contentLengthValue = '0';
+	}
+	if (request.body != null) {
+		const totalBytes = getTotalBytes(request);
+		if (typeof totalBytes === 'number') {
+			contentLengthValue = String(totalBytes);
+		}
+	}
+	if (contentLengthValue) {
+		headers.set('Content-Length', contentLengthValue);
+	}
+
+	// HTTP-network-or-cache fetch step 2.11
+	if (!headers.has('User-Agent')) {
+		headers.set('User-Agent', 'node-fetch/1.0 (+https://github.com/bitinn/node-fetch)');
+	}
+
+	// HTTP-network-or-cache fetch step 2.15
+	if (request.compress && !headers.has('Accept-Encoding')) {
+		headers.set('Accept-Encoding', 'gzip,deflate');
+	}
+
+	let agent = request.agent;
+	if (typeof agent === 'function') {
+		agent = agent(parsedURL);
+	}
+
+	if (!headers.has('Connection') && !agent) {
+		headers.set('Connection', 'close');
+	}
+
+	// HTTP-network fetch step 4.2
+	// chunked encoding is handled by Node.js
+
+	return Object.assign({}, parsedURL, {
+		method: request.method,
+		headers: exportNodeCompatibleHeaders(headers),
+		agent
+	});
+}
+
+/**
+ * abort-error.js
+ *
+ * AbortError interface for cancelled requests
+ */
+
+/**
+ * Create AbortError instance
+ *
+ * @param   String      message      Error message for human
+ * @return  AbortError
+ */
+function AbortError(message) {
+  Error.call(this, message);
+
+  this.type = 'aborted';
+  this.message = message;
+
+  // hide custom error implementation details from end-users
+  Error.captureStackTrace(this, this.constructor);
+}
+
+AbortError.prototype = Object.create(Error.prototype);
+AbortError.prototype.constructor = AbortError;
+AbortError.prototype.name = 'AbortError';
+
+// fix an issue where "PassThrough", "resolve" aren't a named export for node <10
+const PassThrough$1 = Stream.PassThrough;
+const resolve_url = Url.resolve;
+
+/**
+ * Fetch function
+ *
+ * @param   Mixed    url   Absolute url or Request instance
+ * @param   Object   opts  Fetch options
+ * @return  Promise
+ */
+function fetch(url, opts) {
+
+	// allow custom promise
+	if (!fetch.Promise) {
+		throw new Error('native promise missing, set fetch.Promise to your favorite alternative');
+	}
+
+	Body.Promise = fetch.Promise;
+
+	// wrap http.request into fetch
+	return new fetch.Promise(function (resolve, reject) {
+		// build request object
+		const request = new Request(url, opts);
+		const options = getNodeRequestOptions(request);
+
+		const send = (options.protocol === 'https:' ? https : http).request;
+		const signal = request.signal;
+
+		let response = null;
+
+		const abort = function abort() {
+			let error = new AbortError('The user aborted a request.');
+			reject(error);
+			if (request.body && request.body instanceof Stream.Readable) {
+				request.body.destroy(error);
+			}
+			if (!response || !response.body) return;
+			response.body.emit('error', error);
+		};
+
+		if (signal && signal.aborted) {
+			abort();
+			return;
+		}
+
+		const abortAndFinalize = function abortAndFinalize() {
+			abort();
+			finalize();
+		};
+
+		// send request
+		const req = send(options);
+		let reqTimeout;
+
+		if (signal) {
+			signal.addEventListener('abort', abortAndFinalize);
+		}
+
+		function finalize() {
+			req.abort();
+			if (signal) signal.removeEventListener('abort', abortAndFinalize);
+			clearTimeout(reqTimeout);
+		}
+
+		if (request.timeout) {
+			req.once('socket', function (socket) {
+				reqTimeout = setTimeout(function () {
+					reject(new FetchError(`network timeout at: ${request.url}`, 'request-timeout'));
+					finalize();
+				}, request.timeout);
+			});
+		}
+
+		req.on('error', function (err) {
+			reject(new FetchError(`request to ${request.url} failed, reason: ${err.message}`, 'system', err));
+			finalize();
+		});
+
+		req.on('response', function (res) {
+			clearTimeout(reqTimeout);
+
+			const headers = createHeadersLenient(res.headers);
+
+			// HTTP fetch step 5
+			if (fetch.isRedirect(res.statusCode)) {
+				// HTTP fetch step 5.2
+				const location = headers.get('Location');
+
+				// HTTP fetch step 5.3
+				const locationURL = location === null ? null : resolve_url(request.url, location);
+
+				// HTTP fetch step 5.5
+				switch (request.redirect) {
+					case 'error':
+						reject(new FetchError(`redirect mode is set to error: ${request.url}`, 'no-redirect'));
+						finalize();
+						return;
+					case 'manual':
+						// node-fetch-specific step: make manual redirect a bit easier to use by setting the Location header value to the resolved URL.
+						if (locationURL !== null) {
+							// handle corrupted header
+							try {
+								headers.set('Location', locationURL);
+							} catch (err) {
+								// istanbul ignore next: nodejs server prevent invalid response headers, we can't test this through normal request
+								reject(err);
+							}
+						}
+						break;
+					case 'follow':
+						// HTTP-redirect fetch step 2
+						if (locationURL === null) {
+							break;
+						}
+
+						// HTTP-redirect fetch step 5
+						if (request.counter >= request.follow) {
+							reject(new FetchError(`maximum redirect reached at: ${request.url}`, 'max-redirect'));
+							finalize();
+							return;
+						}
+
+						// HTTP-redirect fetch step 6 (counter increment)
+						// Create a new Request object.
+						const requestOpts = {
+							headers: new Headers(request.headers),
+							follow: request.follow,
+							counter: request.counter + 1,
+							agent: request.agent,
+							compress: request.compress,
+							method: request.method,
+							body: request.body,
+							signal: request.signal,
+							timeout: request.timeout
+						};
+
+						// HTTP-redirect fetch step 9
+						if (res.statusCode !== 303 && request.body && getTotalBytes(request) === null) {
+							reject(new FetchError('Cannot follow redirect with body being a readable stream', 'unsupported-redirect'));
+							finalize();
+							return;
+						}
+
+						// HTTP-redirect fetch step 11
+						if (res.statusCode === 303 || (res.statusCode === 301 || res.statusCode === 302) && request.method === 'POST') {
+							requestOpts.method = 'GET';
+							requestOpts.body = undefined;
+							requestOpts.headers.delete('content-length');
+						}
+
+						// HTTP-redirect fetch step 15
+						resolve(fetch(new Request(locationURL, requestOpts)));
+						finalize();
+						return;
+				}
+			}
+
+			// prepare response
+			res.once('end', function () {
+				if (signal) signal.removeEventListener('abort', abortAndFinalize);
+			});
+			let body = res.pipe(new PassThrough$1());
+
+			const response_options = {
+				url: request.url,
+				status: res.statusCode,
+				statusText: res.statusMessage,
+				headers: headers,
+				size: request.size,
+				timeout: request.timeout,
+				counter: request.counter
+			};
+
+			// HTTP-network fetch step 12.1.1.3
+			const codings = headers.get('Content-Encoding');
+
+			// HTTP-network fetch step 12.1.1.4: handle content codings
+
+			// in following scenarios we ignore compression support
+			// 1. compression support is disabled
+			// 2. HEAD request
+			// 3. no Content-Encoding header
+			// 4. no content response (204)
+			// 5. content not modified response (304)
+			if (!request.compress || request.method === 'HEAD' || codings === null || res.statusCode === 204 || res.statusCode === 304) {
+				response = new Response(body, response_options);
+				resolve(response);
+				return;
+			}
+
+			// For Node v6+
+			// Be less strict when decoding compressed responses, since sometimes
+			// servers send slightly invalid responses that are still accepted
+			// by common browsers.
+			// Always using Z_SYNC_FLUSH is what cURL does.
+			const zlibOptions = {
+				flush: zlib.Z_SYNC_FLUSH,
+				finishFlush: zlib.Z_SYNC_FLUSH
+			};
+
+			// for gzip
+			if (codings == 'gzip' || codings == 'x-gzip') {
+				body = body.pipe(zlib.createGunzip(zlibOptions));
+				response = new Response(body, response_options);
+				resolve(response);
+				return;
+			}
+
+			// for deflate
+			if (codings == 'deflate' || codings == 'x-deflate') {
+				// handle the infamous raw deflate response from old servers
+				// a hack for old IIS and Apache servers
+				const raw = res.pipe(new PassThrough$1());
+				raw.once('data', function (chunk) {
+					// see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37519828
+					if ((chunk[0] & 0x0F) === 0x08) {
+						body = body.pipe(zlib.createInflate());
+					} else {
+						body = body.pipe(zlib.createInflateRaw());
+					}
+					response = new Response(body, response_options);
+					resolve(response);
+				});
+				return;
+			}
+
+			// for br
+			if (codings == 'br' && typeof zlib.createBrotliDecompress === 'function') {
+				body = body.pipe(zlib.createBrotliDecompress());
+				response = new Response(body, response_options);
+				resolve(response);
+				return;
+			}
+
+			// otherwise, use response as-is
+			response = new Response(body, response_options);
+			resolve(response);
+		});
+
+		writeToStream(req, request);
+	});
+}
+/**
+ * Redirect code matching
+ *
+ * @param   Number   code  Status code
+ * @return  Boolean
+ */
+fetch.isRedirect = function (code) {
+	return code === 301 || code === 302 || code === 303 || code === 307 || code === 308;
+};
+
+// expose Promise
+fetch.Promise = global.Promise;
+
+module.exports = exports = fetch;
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+exports.default = exports;
+exports.Headers = Headers;
+exports.Request = Request;
+exports.Response = Response;
+exports.FetchError = FetchError;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 370:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = deprecate
+
+const loggedMessages = {}
+
+function deprecate (message) {
+  if (loggedMessages[message]) {
+    return
+  }
+
+  console.warn(`DEPRECATED (@octokit/rest): ${message}`)
+  loggedMessages[message] = 1
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 385:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+Object.defineProperty(exports, '__esModule', { value: true });
+
+function _interopDefault (ex) { return (ex && (typeof ex === 'object') && 'default' in ex) ? ex['default'] : ex; }
+
+var isPlainObject = _interopDefault(__webpack_require__(626));
+var universalUserAgent = __webpack_require__(796);
+
+function lowercaseKeys(object) {
+  if (!object) {
+    return {};
+  }
+
+  return Object.keys(object).reduce((newObj, key) => {
+    newObj[key.toLowerCase()] = object[key];
+    return newObj;
+  }, {});
+}
+
+function mergeDeep(defaults, options) {
+  const result = Object.assign({}, defaults);
+  Object.keys(options).forEach(key => {
+    if (isPlainObject(options[key])) {
+      if (!(key in defaults)) Object.assign(result, {
+        [key]: options[key]
+      });else result[key] = mergeDeep(defaults[key], options[key]);
+    } else {
+      Object.assign(result, {
+        [key]: options[key]
+      });
+    }
+  });
+  return result;
+}
+
+function merge(defaults, route, options) {
+  if (typeof route === "string") {
+    let [method, url] = route.split(" ");
+    options = Object.assign(url ? {
+      method,
+      url
+    } : {
+      url: method
+    }, options);
+  } else {
+    options = Object.assign({}, route);
+  } // lowercase header names before merging with defaults to avoid duplicates
+
+
+  options.headers = lowercaseKeys(options.headers);
+  const mergedOptions = mergeDeep(defaults || {}, options); // mediaType.previews arrays are merged, instead of overwritten
+
+  if (defaults && defaults.mediaType.previews.length) {
+    mergedOptions.mediaType.previews = defaults.mediaType.previews.filter(preview => !mergedOptions.mediaType.previews.includes(preview)).concat(mergedOptions.mediaType.previews);
+  }
+
+  mergedOptions.mediaType.previews = mergedOptions.mediaType.previews.map(preview => preview.replace(/-preview/, ""));
+  return mergedOptions;
+}
+
+function addQueryParameters(url, parameters) {
+  const separator = /\?/.test(url) ? "&" : "?";
+  const names = Object.keys(parameters);
+
+  if (names.length === 0) {
+    return url;
+  }
+
+  return url + separator + names.map(name => {
+    if (name === "q") {
+      return "q=" + parameters.q.split("+").map(encodeURIComponent).join("+");
+    }
+
+    return `${name}=${encodeURIComponent(parameters[name])}`;
+  }).join("&");
+}
+
+const urlVariableRegex = /\{[^}]+\}/g;
+
+function removeNonChars(variableName) {
+  return variableName.replace(/^\W+|\W+$/g, "").split(/,/);
+}
+
+function extractUrlVariableNames(url) {
+  const matches = url.match(urlVariableRegex);
+
+  if (!matches) {
+    return [];
+  }
+
+  return matches.map(removeNonChars).reduce((a, b) => a.concat(b), []);
+}
+
+function omit(object, keysToOmit) {
+  return Object.keys(object).filter(option => !keysToOmit.includes(option)).reduce((obj, key) => {
+    obj[key] = object[key];
+    return obj;
+  }, {});
+}
+
+// Based on https://github.com/bramstein/url-template, licensed under BSD
+// TODO: create separate package.
+//
+// Copyright (c) 2012-2014, Bram Stein
+// All rights reserved.
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
+// are met:
+//  1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+//     notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+//  2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+//     notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
+//     documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+//  3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products
+//     derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
+// WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
+// MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO
+// EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
+// INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
+// BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
+// OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
+// NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
+// EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+/* istanbul ignore file */
+function encodeReserved(str) {
+  return str.split(/(%[0-9A-Fa-f]{2})/g).map(function (part) {
+    if (!/%[0-9A-Fa-f]/.test(part)) {
+      part = encodeURI(part).replace(/%5B/g, "[").replace(/%5D/g, "]");
+    }
+
+    return part;
+  }).join("");
+}
+
+function encodeUnreserved(str) {
+  return encodeURIComponent(str).replace(/[!'()*]/g, function (c) {
+    return "%" + c.charCodeAt(0).toString(16).toUpperCase();
+  });
+}
+
+function encodeValue(operator, value, key) {
+  value = operator === "+" || operator === "#" ? encodeReserved(value) : encodeUnreserved(value);
+
+  if (key) {
+    return encodeUnreserved(key) + "=" + value;
+  } else {
+    return value;
+  }
+}
+
+function isDefined(value) {
+  return value !== undefined && value !== null;
+}
+
+function isKeyOperator(operator) {
+  return operator === ";" || operator === "&" || operator === "?";
+}
+
+function getValues(context, operator, key, modifier) {
+  var value = context[key],
+      result = [];
+
+  if (isDefined(value) && value !== "") {
+    if (typeof value === "string" || typeof value === "number" || typeof value === "boolean") {
+      value = value.toString();
+
+      if (modifier && modifier !== "*") {
+        value = value.substring(0, parseInt(modifier, 10));
+      }
+
+      result.push(encodeValue(operator, value, isKeyOperator(operator) ? key : ""));
+    } else {
+      if (modifier === "*") {
+        if (Array.isArray(value)) {
+          value.filter(isDefined).forEach(function (value) {
+            result.push(encodeValue(operator, value, isKeyOperator(operator) ? key : ""));
+          });
+        } else {
+          Object.keys(value).forEach(function (k) {
+            if (isDefined(value[k])) {
+              result.push(encodeValue(operator, value[k], k));
+            }
+          });
+        }
+      } else {
+        const tmp = [];
+
+        if (Array.isArray(value)) {
+          value.filter(isDefined).forEach(function (value) {
+            tmp.push(encodeValue(operator, value));
+          });
+        } else {
+          Object.keys(value).forEach(function (k) {
+            if (isDefined(value[k])) {
+              tmp.push(encodeUnreserved(k));
+              tmp.push(encodeValue(operator, value[k].toString()));
+            }
+          });
+        }
+
+        if (isKeyOperator(operator)) {
+          result.push(encodeUnreserved(key) + "=" + tmp.join(","));
+        } else if (tmp.length !== 0) {
+          result.push(tmp.join(","));
+        }
+      }
+    }
+  } else {
+    if (operator === ";") {
+      if (isDefined(value)) {
+        result.push(encodeUnreserved(key));
+      }
+    } else if (value === "" && (operator === "&" || operator === "?")) {
+      result.push(encodeUnreserved(key) + "=");
+    } else if (value === "") {
+      result.push("");
+    }
+  }
+
+  return result;
+}
+
+function parseUrl(template) {
+  return {
+    expand: expand.bind(null, template)
+  };
+}
+
+function expand(template, context) {
+  var operators = ["+", "#", ".", "/", ";", "?", "&"];
+  return template.replace(/\{([^\{\}]+)\}|([^\{\}]+)/g, function (_, expression, literal) {
+    if (expression) {
+      let operator = "";
+      const values = [];
+
+      if (operators.indexOf(expression.charAt(0)) !== -1) {
+        operator = expression.charAt(0);
+        expression = expression.substr(1);
+      }
+
+      expression.split(/,/g).forEach(function (variable) {
+        var tmp = /([^:\*]*)(?::(\d+)|(\*))?/.exec(variable);
+        values.push(getValues(context, operator, tmp[1], tmp[2] || tmp[3]));
+      });
+
+      if (operator && operator !== "+") {
+        var separator = ",";
+
+        if (operator === "?") {
+          separator = "&";
+        } else if (operator !== "#") {
+          separator = operator;
+        }
+
+        return (values.length !== 0 ? operator : "") + values.join(separator);
+      } else {
+        return values.join(",");
+      }
+    } else {
+      return encodeReserved(literal);
+    }
+  });
+}
+
+function parse(options) {
+  // https://fetch.spec.whatwg.org/#methods
+  let method = options.method.toUpperCase(); // replace :varname with {varname} to make it RFC 6570 compatible
+
+  let url = (options.url || "/").replace(/:([a-z]\w+)/g, "{+$1}");
+  let headers = Object.assign({}, options.headers);
+  let body;
+  let parameters = omit(options, ["method", "baseUrl", "url", "headers", "request", "mediaType"]); // extract variable names from URL to calculate remaining variables later
+
+  const urlVariableNames = extractUrlVariableNames(url);
+  url = parseUrl(url).expand(parameters);
+
+  if (!/^http/.test(url)) {
+    url = options.baseUrl + url;
+  }
+
+  const omittedParameters = Object.keys(options).filter(option => urlVariableNames.includes(option)).concat("baseUrl");
+  const remainingParameters = omit(parameters, omittedParameters);
+  const isBinaryRequset = /application\/octet-stream/i.test(headers.accept);
+
+  if (!isBinaryRequset) {
+    if (options.mediaType.format) {
+      // e.g. application/vnd.github.v3+json => application/vnd.github.v3.raw
+      headers.accept = headers.accept.split(/,/).map(preview => preview.replace(/application\/vnd(\.\w+)(\.v3)?(\.\w+)?(\+json)?$/, `application/vnd$1$2.${options.mediaType.format}`)).join(",");
+    }
+
+    if (options.mediaType.previews.length) {
+      const previewsFromAcceptHeader = headers.accept.match(/[\w-]+(?=-preview)/g) || [];
+      headers.accept = previewsFromAcceptHeader.concat(options.mediaType.previews).map(preview => {
+        const format = options.mediaType.format ? `.${options.mediaType.format}` : "+json";
+        return `application/vnd.github.${preview}-preview${format}`;
+      }).join(",");
+    }
+  } // for GET/HEAD requests, set URL query parameters from remaining parameters
+  // for PATCH/POST/PUT/DELETE requests, set request body from remaining parameters
+
+
+  if (["GET", "HEAD"].includes(method)) {
+    url = addQueryParameters(url, remainingParameters);
+  } else {
+    if ("data" in remainingParameters) {
+      body = remainingParameters.data;
+    } else {
+      if (Object.keys(remainingParameters).length) {
+        body = remainingParameters;
+      } else {
+        headers["content-length"] = 0;
+      }
+    }
+  } // default content-type for JSON if body is set
+
+
+  if (!headers["content-type"] && typeof body !== "undefined") {
+    headers["content-type"] = "application/json; charset=utf-8";
+  } // GitHub expects 'content-length: 0' header for PUT/PATCH requests without body.
+  // fetch does not allow to set `content-length` header, but we can set body to an empty string
+
+
+  if (["PATCH", "PUT"].includes(method) && typeof body === "undefined") {
+    body = "";
+  } // Only return body/request keys if present
+
+
+  return Object.assign({
+    method,
+    url,
+    headers
+  }, typeof body !== "undefined" ? {
+    body
+  } : null, options.request ? {
+    request: options.request
+  } : null);
+}
+
+function endpointWithDefaults(defaults, route, options) {
+  return parse(merge(defaults, route, options));
+}
+
+function withDefaults(oldDefaults, newDefaults) {
+  const DEFAULTS = merge(oldDefaults, newDefaults);
+  const endpoint = endpointWithDefaults.bind(null, DEFAULTS);
+  return Object.assign(endpoint, {
+    DEFAULTS,
+    defaults: withDefaults.bind(null, DEFAULTS),
+    merge: merge.bind(null, DEFAULTS),
+    parse
+  });
+}
+
+const VERSION = "6.0.1";
+
+const userAgent = `octokit-endpoint.js/${VERSION} ${universalUserAgent.getUserAgent()}`; // DEFAULTS has all properties set that EndpointOptions has, except url.
+// So we use RequestParameters and add method as additional required property.
+
+const DEFAULTS = {
+  method: "GET",
+  baseUrl: "https://api.github.com",
+  headers: {
+    accept: "application/vnd.github.v3+json",
+    "user-agent": userAgent
+  },
+  mediaType: {
+    format: "",
+    previews: []
+  }
+};
+
+const endpoint = withDefaults(null, DEFAULTS);
+
+exports.endpoint = endpoint;
+//# sourceMappingURL=index.js.map
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 386:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var Type = __webpack_require__(945);
+
+function resolveJavascriptUndefined() {
+  return true;
+}
+
+function constructJavascriptUndefined() {
+  /*eslint-disable no-undefined*/
+  return undefined;
+}
+
+function representJavascriptUndefined() {
+  return '';
+}
+
+function isUndefined(object) {
+  return typeof object === 'undefined';
+}
+
+module.exports = new Type('tag:yaml.org,2002:js/undefined', {
+  kind: 'scalar',
+  resolve: resolveJavascriptUndefined,
+  construct: constructJavascriptUndefined,
+  predicate: isUndefined,
+  represent: representJavascriptUndefined
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 389:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+const fs = __webpack_require__(747);
+const shebangCommand = __webpack_require__(866);
+
+function readShebang(command) {
+    // Read the first 150 bytes from the file
+    const size = 150;
+    let buffer;
+
+    if (Buffer.alloc) {
+        // Node.js v4.5+ / v5.10+
+        buffer = Buffer.alloc(size);
+    } else {
+        // Old Node.js API
+        buffer = new Buffer(size);
+        buffer.fill(0); // zero-fill
+    }
+
+    let fd;
+
+    try {
+        fd = fs.openSync(command, 'r');
+        fs.readSync(fd, buffer, 0, size, 0);
+        fs.closeSync(fd);
+    } catch (e) { /* Empty */ }
+
+    // Attempt to extract shebang (null is returned if not a shebang)
+    return shebangCommand(buffer.toString());
+}
+
+module.exports = readShebang;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 402:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = Octokit;
+
+const { request } = __webpack_require__(753);
+const Hook = __webpack_require__(523);
+
+const parseClientOptions = __webpack_require__(294);
+
+function Octokit(plugins, options) {
+  options = options || {};
+  const hook = new Hook.Collection();
+  const log = Object.assign(
+    {
+      debug: () => {},
+      info: () => {},
+      warn: console.warn,
+      error: console.error
+    },
+    options && options.log
+  );
+  const api = {
+    hook,
+    log,
+    request: request.defaults(parseClientOptions(options, log, hook))
+  };
+
+  plugins.forEach(pluginFunction => pluginFunction(api, options));
+
+  return api;
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 410:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+exports.csvEscape = void 0;
+// Returns filename escaped for CSV
+// Wraps file name into "..." only when it contains some potentially unsafe character
+function csvEscape(value) {
+    if (value === '')
+        return value;
+    // Only safe characters
+    if (/^[a-zA-Z0-9._+:@%/-]+$/m.test(value)) {
+        return value;
+    }
+    // https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4180
+    // If double-quotes are used to enclose fields, then a double-quote
+    // appearing inside a field must be escaped by preceding it with
+    // another double quote
+    return `"${value.replace(/"/g, '""')}"`;
+}
+exports.csvEscape = csvEscape;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 413:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = require("stream");
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 414:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+
+var yaml = __webpack_require__(819);
+
+
+module.exports = yaml;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 417:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var common = __webpack_require__(740);
+var Type   = __webpack_require__(945);
+
+var YAML_FLOAT_PATTERN = new RegExp(
+  // 2.5e4, 2.5 and integers
+  '^(?:[-+]?(?:0|[1-9][0-9_]*)(?:\\.[0-9_]*)?(?:[eE][-+]?[0-9]+)?' +
+  // .2e4, .2
+  // special case, seems not from spec
+  '|\\.[0-9_]+(?:[eE][-+]?[0-9]+)?' +
+  // 20:59
+  '|[-+]?[0-9][0-9_]*(?::[0-5]?[0-9])+\\.[0-9_]*' +
+  // .inf
+  '|[-+]?\\.(?:inf|Inf|INF)' +
+  // .nan
+  '|\\.(?:nan|NaN|NAN))$');
+
+function resolveYamlFloat(data) {
+  if (data === null) return false;
+
+  if (!YAML_FLOAT_PATTERN.test(data) ||
+      // Quick hack to not allow integers end with `_`
+      // Probably should update regexp & check speed
+      data[data.length - 1] === '_') {
+    return false;
+  }
+
+  return true;
+}
+
+function constructYamlFloat(data) {
+  var value, sign, base, digits;
+
+  value  = data.replace(/_/g, '').toLowerCase();
+  sign   = value[0] === '-' ? -1 : 1;
+  digits = [];
+
+  if ('+-'.indexOf(value[0]) >= 0) {
+    value = value.slice(1);
+  }
+
+  if (value === '.inf') {
+    return (sign === 1) ? Number.POSITIVE_INFINITY : Number.NEGATIVE_INFINITY;
+
+  } else if (value === '.nan') {
+    return NaN;
+
+  } else if (value.indexOf(':') >= 0) {
+    value.split(':').forEach(function (v) {
+      digits.unshift(parseFloat(v, 10));
+    });
+
+    value = 0.0;
+    base = 1;
+
+    digits.forEach(function (d) {
+      value += d * base;
+      base *= 60;
+    });
+
+    return sign * value;
+
+  }
+  return sign * parseFloat(value, 10);
+}
+
+
+var SCIENTIFIC_WITHOUT_DOT = /^[-+]?[0-9]+e/;
+
+function representYamlFloat(object, style) {
+  var res;
+
+  if (isNaN(object)) {
+    switch (style) {
+      case 'lowercase': return '.nan';
+      case 'uppercase': return '.NAN';
+      case 'camelcase': return '.NaN';
+    }
+  } else if (Number.POSITIVE_INFINITY === object) {
+    switch (style) {
+      case 'lowercase': return '.inf';
+      case 'uppercase': return '.INF';
+      case 'camelcase': return '.Inf';
+    }
+  } else if (Number.NEGATIVE_INFINITY === object) {
+    switch (style) {
+      case 'lowercase': return '-.inf';
+      case 'uppercase': return '-.INF';
+      case 'camelcase': return '-.Inf';
+    }
+  } else if (common.isNegativeZero(object)) {
+    return '-0.0';
+  }
+
+  res = object.toString(10);
+
+  // JS stringifier can build scientific format without dots: 5e-100,
+  // while YAML requres dot: 5.e-100. Fix it with simple hack
+
+  return SCIENTIFIC_WITHOUT_DOT.test(res) ? res.replace('e', '.e') : res;
+}
+
+function isFloat(object) {
+  return (Object.prototype.toString.call(object) === '[object Number]') &&
+         (object % 1 !== 0 || common.isNegativeZero(object));
+}
+
+module.exports = new Type('tag:yaml.org,2002:float', {
+  kind: 'scalar',
+  resolve: resolveYamlFloat,
+  construct: constructYamlFloat,
+  predicate: isFloat,
+  represent: representYamlFloat,
+  defaultStyle: 'lowercase'
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 427:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+// Older verions of Node.js might not have `util.getSystemErrorName()`.
+// In that case, fall back to a deprecated internal.
+const util = __webpack_require__(669);
+
+let uv;
+
+if (typeof util.getSystemErrorName === 'function') {
+	module.exports = util.getSystemErrorName;
+} else {
+	try {
+		uv = process.binding('uv');
+
+		if (typeof uv.errname !== 'function') {
+			throw new TypeError('uv.errname is not a function');
+		}
+	} catch (err) {
+		console.error('execa/lib/errname: unable to establish process.binding(\'uv\')', err);
+		uv = null;
+	}
+
+	module.exports = code => errname(uv, code);
+}
+
+// Used for testing the fallback behavior
+module.exports.__test__ = errname;
+
+function errname(uv, code) {
+	if (uv) {
+		return uv.errname(code);
+	}
+
+	if (!(code < 0)) {
+		throw new Error('err >= 0');
+	}
+
+	return `Unknown system error ${code}`;
+}
+
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 430:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = octokitValidate;
+
+const validate = __webpack_require__(348);
+
+function octokitValidate(octokit) {
+  octokit.hook.before("request", validate.bind(null, octokit));
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 431:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+var __importStar = (this && this.__importStar) || function (mod) {
+    if (mod && mod.__esModule) return mod;
+    var result = {};
+    if (mod != null) for (var k in mod) if (Object.hasOwnProperty.call(mod, k)) result[k] = mod[k];
+    result["default"] = mod;
+    return result;
+};
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+const os = __importStar(__webpack_require__(87));
+/**
+ * Commands
+ *
+ * Command Format:
+ *   ::name key=value,key=value::message
+ *
+ * Examples:
+ *   ::warning::This is the message
+ *   ::set-env name=MY_VAR::some value
+ */
+function issueCommand(command, properties, message) {
+    const cmd = new Command(command, properties, message);
+    process.stdout.write(cmd.toString() + os.EOL);
+}
+exports.issueCommand = issueCommand;
+function issue(name, message = '') {
+    issueCommand(name, {}, message);
+}
+exports.issue = issue;
+const CMD_STRING = '::';
+class Command {
+    constructor(command, properties, message) {
+        if (!command) {
+            command = 'missing.command';
+        }
+        this.command = command;
+        this.properties = properties;
+        this.message = message;
+    }
+    toString() {
+        let cmdStr = CMD_STRING + this.command;
+        if (this.properties && Object.keys(this.properties).length > 0) {
+            cmdStr += ' ';
+            let first = true;
+            for (const key in this.properties) {
+                if (this.properties.hasOwnProperty(key)) {
+                    const val = this.properties[key];
+                    if (val) {
+                        if (first) {
+                            first = false;
+                        }
+                        else {
+                            cmdStr += ',';
+                        }
+                        cmdStr += `${key}=${escapeProperty(val)}`;
+                    }
+                }
+            }
+        }
+        cmdStr += `${CMD_STRING}${escapeData(this.message)}`;
+        return cmdStr;
+    }
+}
+/**
+ * Sanitizes an input into a string so it can be passed into issueCommand safely
+ * @param input input to sanitize into a string
+ */
+function toCommandValue(input) {
+    if (input === null || input === undefined) {
+        return '';
+    }
+    else if (typeof input === 'string' || input instanceof String) {
+        return input;
+    }
+    return JSON.stringify(input);
+}
+exports.toCommandValue = toCommandValue;
+function escapeData(s) {
+    return toCommandValue(s)
+        .replace(/%/g, '%25')
+        .replace(/\r/g, '%0D')
+        .replace(/\n/g, '%0A');
+}
+function escapeProperty(s) {
+    return toCommandValue(s)
+        .replace(/%/g, '%25')
+        .replace(/\r/g, '%0D')
+        .replace(/\n/g, '%0A')
+        .replace(/:/g, '%3A')
+        .replace(/,/g, '%2C');
+}
+//# sourceMappingURL=command.js.map
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 453:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+var once = __webpack_require__(969)
+var eos = __webpack_require__(9)
+var fs = __webpack_require__(747) // we only need fs to get the ReadStream and WriteStream prototypes
+
+var noop = function () {}
+var ancient = /^v?\.0/.test(process.version)
+
+var isFn = function (fn) {
+  return typeof fn === 'function'
+}
+
+var isFS = function (stream) {
+  if (!ancient) return false // newer node version do not need to care about fs is a special way
+  if (!fs) return false // browser
+  return (stream instanceof (fs.ReadStream || noop) || stream instanceof (fs.WriteStream || noop)) && isFn(stream.close)
+}
+
+var isRequest = function (stream) {
+  return stream.setHeader && isFn(stream.abort)
+}
+
+var destroyer = function (stream, reading, writing, callback) {
+  callback = once(callback)
+
+  var closed = false
+  stream.on('close', function () {
+    closed = true
+  })
+
+  eos(stream, {readable: reading, writable: writing}, function (err) {
+    if (err) return callback(err)
+    closed = true
+    callback()
+  })
+
+  var destroyed = false
+  return function (err) {
+    if (closed) return
+    if (destroyed) return
+    destroyed = true
+
+    if (isFS(stream)) return stream.close(noop) // use close for fs streams to avoid fd leaks
+    if (isRequest(stream)) return stream.abort() // request.destroy just do .end - .abort is what we want
+
+    if (isFn(stream.destroy)) return stream.destroy()
+
+    callback(err || new Error('stream was destroyed'))
+  }
+}
+
+var call = function (fn) {
+  fn()
+}
+
+var pipe = function (from, to) {
+  return from.pipe(to)
+}
+
+var pump = function () {
+  var streams = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments)
+  var callback = isFn(streams[streams.length - 1] || noop) && streams.pop() || noop
+
+  if (Array.isArray(streams[0])) streams = streams[0]
+  if (streams.length < 2) throw new Error('pump requires two streams per minimum')
+
+  var error
+  var destroys = streams.map(function (stream, i) {
+    var reading = i < streams.length - 1
+    var writing = i > 0
+    return destroyer(stream, reading, writing, function (err) {
+      if (!error) error = err
+      if (err) destroys.forEach(call)
+      if (reading) return
+      destroys.forEach(call)
+      callback(error)
+    })
+  })
+
+  return streams.reduce(pipe)
+}
+
+module.exports = pump
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 457:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+/*eslint-disable max-len,no-use-before-define*/
+
+var common              = __webpack_require__(740);
+var YAMLException       = __webpack_require__(556);
+var Mark                = __webpack_require__(93);
+var DEFAULT_SAFE_SCHEMA = __webpack_require__(723);
+var DEFAULT_FULL_SCHEMA = __webpack_require__(910);
+
+
+var _hasOwnProperty = Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty;
+
+
+var CONTEXT_FLOW_IN   = 1;
+var CONTEXT_FLOW_OUT  = 2;
+var CONTEXT_BLOCK_IN  = 3;
+var CONTEXT_BLOCK_OUT = 4;
+
+
+var CHOMPING_CLIP  = 1;
+var CHOMPING_STRIP = 2;
+var CHOMPING_KEEP  = 3;
+
+
+var PATTERN_NON_PRINTABLE         = /[\x00-\x08\x0B\x0C\x0E-\x1F\x7F-\x84\x86-\x9F\uFFFE\uFFFF]|[\uD800-\uDBFF](?![\uDC00-\uDFFF])|(?:[^\uD800-\uDBFF]|^)[\uDC00-\uDFFF]/;
+var PATTERN_NON_ASCII_LINE_BREAKS = /[\x85\u2028\u2029]/;
+var PATTERN_FLOW_INDICATORS       = /[,\[\]\{\}]/;
+var PATTERN_TAG_HANDLE            = /^(?:!|!!|![a-z\-]+!)$/i;
+var PATTERN_TAG_URI               = /^(?:!|[^,\[\]\{\}])(?:%[0-9a-f]{2}|[0-9a-z\-#;\/\?:@&=\+\$,_\.!~\*'\(\)\[\]])*$/i;
+
+
+function _class(obj) { return Object.prototype.toString.call(obj); }
+
+function is_EOL(c) {
+  return (c === 0x0A/* LF */) || (c === 0x0D/* CR */);
+}
+
+function is_WHITE_SPACE(c) {
+  return (c === 0x09/* Tab */) || (c === 0x20/* Space */);
+}
+
+function is_WS_OR_EOL(c) {
+  return (c === 0x09/* Tab */) ||
+         (c === 0x20/* Space */) ||
+         (c === 0x0A/* LF */) ||
+         (c === 0x0D/* CR */);
+}
+
+function is_FLOW_INDICATOR(c) {
+  return c === 0x2C/* , */ ||
+         c === 0x5B/* [ */ ||
+         c === 0x5D/* ] */ ||
+         c === 0x7B/* { */ ||
+         c === 0x7D/* } */;
+}
+
+function fromHexCode(c) {
+  var lc;
+
+  if ((0x30/* 0 */ <= c) && (c <= 0x39/* 9 */)) {
+    return c - 0x30;
+  }
+
+  /*eslint-disable no-bitwise*/
+  lc = c | 0x20;
+
+  if ((0x61/* a */ <= lc) && (lc <= 0x66/* f */)) {
+    return lc - 0x61 + 10;
+  }
+
+  return -1;
+}
+
+function escapedHexLen(c) {
+  if (c === 0x78/* x */) { return 2; }
+  if (c === 0x75/* u */) { return 4; }
+  if (c === 0x55/* U */) { return 8; }
+  return 0;
+}
+
+function fromDecimalCode(c) {
+  if ((0x30/* 0 */ <= c) && (c <= 0x39/* 9 */)) {
+    return c - 0x30;
+  }
+
+  return -1;
+}
+
+function simpleEscapeSequence(c) {
+  /* eslint-disable indent */
+  return (c === 0x30/* 0 */) ? '\x00' :
+        (c === 0x61/* a */) ? '\x07' :
+        (c === 0x62/* b */) ? '\x08' :
+        (c === 0x74/* t */) ? '\x09' :
+        (c === 0x09/* Tab */) ? '\x09' :
+        (c === 0x6E/* n */) ? '\x0A' :
+        (c === 0x76/* v */) ? '\x0B' :
+        (c === 0x66/* f */) ? '\x0C' :
+        (c === 0x72/* r */) ? '\x0D' :
+        (c === 0x65/* e */) ? '\x1B' :
+        (c === 0x20/* Space */) ? ' ' :
+        (c === 0x22/* " */) ? '\x22' :
+        (c === 0x2F/* / */) ? '/' :
+        (c === 0x5C/* \ */) ? '\x5C' :
+        (c === 0x4E/* N */) ? '\x85' :
+        (c === 0x5F/* _ */) ? '\xA0' :
+        (c === 0x4C/* L */) ? '\u2028' :
+        (c === 0x50/* P */) ? '\u2029' : '';
+}
+
+function charFromCodepoint(c) {
+  if (c <= 0xFFFF) {
+    return String.fromCharCode(c);
+  }
+  // Encode UTF-16 surrogate pair
+  // https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UTF-16#Code_points_U.2B010000_to_U.2B10FFFF
+  return String.fromCharCode(
+    ((c - 0x010000) >> 10) + 0xD800,
+    ((c - 0x010000) & 0x03FF) + 0xDC00
+  );
+}
+
+var simpleEscapeCheck = new Array(256); // integer, for fast access
+var simpleEscapeMap = new Array(256);
+for (var i = 0; i < 256; i++) {
+  simpleEscapeCheck[i] = simpleEscapeSequence(i) ? 1 : 0;
+  simpleEscapeMap[i] = simpleEscapeSequence(i);
+}
+
+
+function State(input, options) {
+  this.input = input;
+
+  this.filename  = options['filename']  || null;
+  this.schema    = options['schema']    || DEFAULT_FULL_SCHEMA;
+  this.onWarning = options['onWarning'] || null;
+  this.legacy    = options['legacy']    || false;
+  this.json      = options['json']      || false;
+  this.listener  = options['listener']  || null;
+
+  this.implicitTypes = this.schema.compiledImplicit;
+  this.typeMap       = this.schema.compiledTypeMap;
+
+  this.length     = input.length;
+  this.position   = 0;
+  this.line       = 0;
+  this.lineStart  = 0;
+  this.lineIndent = 0;
+
+  this.documents = [];
+
+  /*
+  this.version;
+  this.checkLineBreaks;
+  this.tagMap;
+  this.anchorMap;
+  this.tag;
+  this.anchor;
+  this.kind;
+  this.result;*/
+
+}
+
+
+function generateError(state, message) {
+  return new YAMLException(
+    message,
+    new Mark(state.filename, state.input, state.position, state.line, (state.position - state.lineStart)));
+}
+
+function throwError(state, message) {
+  throw generateError(state, message);
+}
+
+function throwWarning(state, message) {
+  if (state.onWarning) {
+    state.onWarning.call(null, generateError(state, message));
+  }
+}
+
+
+var directiveHandlers = {
+
+  YAML: function handleYamlDirective(state, name, args) {
+
+    var match, major, minor;
+
+    if (state.version !== null) {
+      throwError(state, 'duplication of %YAML directive');
+    }
+
+    if (args.length !== 1) {
+      throwError(state, 'YAML directive accepts exactly one argument');
+    }
+
+    match = /^([0-9]+)\.([0-9]+)$/.exec(args[0]);
+
+    if (match === null) {
+      throwError(state, 'ill-formed argument of the YAML directive');
+    }
+
+    major = parseInt(match[1], 10);
+    minor = parseInt(match[2], 10);
+
+    if (major !== 1) {
+      throwError(state, 'unacceptable YAML version of the document');
+    }
+
+    state.version = args[0];
+    state.checkLineBreaks = (minor < 2);
+
+    if (minor !== 1 && minor !== 2) {
+      throwWarning(state, 'unsupported YAML version of the document');
+    }
+  },
+
+  TAG: function handleTagDirective(state, name, args) {
+
+    var handle, prefix;
+
+    if (args.length !== 2) {
+      throwError(state, 'TAG directive accepts exactly two arguments');
+    }
+
+    handle = args[0];
+    prefix = args[1];
+
+    if (!PATTERN_TAG_HANDLE.test(handle)) {
+      throwError(state, 'ill-formed tag handle (first argument) of the TAG directive');
+    }
+
+    if (_hasOwnProperty.call(state.tagMap, handle)) {
+      throwError(state, 'there is a previously declared suffix for "' + handle + '" tag handle');
+    }
+
+    if (!PATTERN_TAG_URI.test(prefix)) {
+      throwError(state, 'ill-formed tag prefix (second argument) of the TAG directive');
+    }
+
+    state.tagMap[handle] = prefix;
+  }
+};
+
+
+function captureSegment(state, start, end, checkJson) {
+  var _position, _length, _character, _result;
+
+  if (start < end) {
+    _result = state.input.slice(start, end);
+
+    if (checkJson) {
+      for (_position = 0, _length = _result.length; _position < _length; _position += 1) {
+        _character = _result.charCodeAt(_position);
+        if (!(_character === 0x09 ||
+              (0x20 <= _character && _character <= 0x10FFFF))) {
+          throwError(state, 'expected valid JSON character');
+        }
+      }
+    } else if (PATTERN_NON_PRINTABLE.test(_result)) {
+      throwError(state, 'the stream contains non-printable characters');
+    }
+
+    state.result += _result;
+  }
+}
+
+function mergeMappings(state, destination, source, overridableKeys) {
+  var sourceKeys, key, index, quantity;
+
+  if (!common.isObject(source)) {
+    throwError(state, 'cannot merge mappings; the provided source object is unacceptable');
+  }
+
+  sourceKeys = Object.keys(source);
+
+  for (index = 0, quantity = sourceKeys.length; index < quantity; index += 1) {
+    key = sourceKeys[index];
+
+    if (!_hasOwnProperty.call(destination, key)) {
+      destination[key] = source[key];
+      overridableKeys[key] = true;
+    }
+  }
+}
+
+function storeMappingPair(state, _result, overridableKeys, keyTag, keyNode, valueNode, startLine, startPos) {
+  var index, quantity;
+
+  // The output is a plain object here, so keys can only be strings.
+  // We need to convert keyNode to a string, but doing so can hang the process
+  // (deeply nested arrays that explode exponentially using aliases).
+  if (Array.isArray(keyNode)) {
+    keyNode = Array.prototype.slice.call(keyNode);
+
+    for (index = 0, quantity = keyNode.length; index < quantity; index += 1) {
+      if (Array.isArray(keyNode[index])) {
+        throwError(state, 'nested arrays are not supported inside keys');
+      }
+
+      if (typeof keyNode === 'object' && _class(keyNode[index]) === '[object Object]') {
+        keyNode[index] = '[object Object]';
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  // Avoid code execution in load() via toString property
+  // (still use its own toString for arrays, timestamps,
+  // and whatever user schema extensions happen to have @@toStringTag)
+  if (typeof keyNode === 'object' && _class(keyNode) === '[object Object]') {
+    keyNode = '[object Object]';
+  }
+
+
+  keyNode = String(keyNode);
+
+  if (_result === null) {
+    _result = {};
+  }
+
+  if (keyTag === 'tag:yaml.org,2002:merge') {
+    if (Array.isArray(valueNode)) {
+      for (index = 0, quantity = valueNode.length; index < quantity; index += 1) {
+        mergeMappings(state, _result, valueNode[index], overridableKeys);
+      }
+    } else {
+      mergeMappings(state, _result, valueNode, overridableKeys);
+    }
+  } else {
+    if (!state.json &&
+        !_hasOwnProperty.call(overridableKeys, keyNode) &&
+        _hasOwnProperty.call(_result, keyNode)) {
+      state.line = startLine || state.line;
+      state.position = startPos || state.position;
+      throwError(state, 'duplicated mapping key');
+    }
+    _result[keyNode] = valueNode;
+    delete overridableKeys[keyNode];
+  }
+
+  return _result;
+}
+
+function readLineBreak(state) {
+  var ch;
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+  if (ch === 0x0A/* LF */) {
+    state.position++;
+  } else if (ch === 0x0D/* CR */) {
+    state.position++;
+    if (state.input.charCodeAt(state.position) === 0x0A/* LF */) {
+      state.position++;
+    }
+  } else {
+    throwError(state, 'a line break is expected');
+  }
+
+  state.line += 1;
+  state.lineStart = state.position;
+}
+
+function skipSeparationSpace(state, allowComments, checkIndent) {
+  var lineBreaks = 0,
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+  while (ch !== 0) {
+    while (is_WHITE_SPACE(ch)) {
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+    }
+
+    if (allowComments && ch === 0x23/* # */) {
+      do {
+        ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+      } while (ch !== 0x0A/* LF */ && ch !== 0x0D/* CR */ && ch !== 0);
+    }
+
+    if (is_EOL(ch)) {
+      readLineBreak(state);
+
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+      lineBreaks++;
+      state.lineIndent = 0;
+
+      while (ch === 0x20/* Space */) {
+        state.lineIndent++;
+        ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+      }
+    } else {
+      break;
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (checkIndent !== -1 && lineBreaks !== 0 && state.lineIndent < checkIndent) {
+    throwWarning(state, 'deficient indentation');
+  }
+
+  return lineBreaks;
+}
+
+function testDocumentSeparator(state) {
+  var _position = state.position,
+      ch;
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(_position);
+
+  // Condition state.position === state.lineStart is tested
+  // in parent on each call, for efficiency. No needs to test here again.
+  if ((ch === 0x2D/* - */ || ch === 0x2E/* . */) &&
+      ch === state.input.charCodeAt(_position + 1) &&
+      ch === state.input.charCodeAt(_position + 2)) {
+
+    _position += 3;
+
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(_position);
+
+    if (ch === 0 || is_WS_OR_EOL(ch)) {
+      return true;
+    }
+  }
+
+  return false;
+}
+
+function writeFoldedLines(state, count) {
+  if (count === 1) {
+    state.result += ' ';
+  } else if (count > 1) {
+    state.result += common.repeat('\n', count - 1);
+  }
+}
+
+
+function readPlainScalar(state, nodeIndent, withinFlowCollection) {
+  var preceding,
+      following,
+      captureStart,
+      captureEnd,
+      hasPendingContent,
+      _line,
+      _lineStart,
+      _lineIndent,
+      _kind = state.kind,
+      _result = state.result,
+      ch;
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+  if (is_WS_OR_EOL(ch)      ||
+      is_FLOW_INDICATOR(ch) ||
+      ch === 0x23/* # */    ||
+      ch === 0x26/* & */    ||
+      ch === 0x2A/* * */    ||
+      ch === 0x21/* ! */    ||
+      ch === 0x7C/* | */    ||
+      ch === 0x3E/* > */    ||
+      ch === 0x27/* ' */    ||
+      ch === 0x22/* " */    ||
+      ch === 0x25/* % */    ||
+      ch === 0x40/* @ */    ||
+      ch === 0x60/* ` */) {
+    return false;
+  }
+
+  if (ch === 0x3F/* ? */ || ch === 0x2D/* - */) {
+    following = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position + 1);
+
+    if (is_WS_OR_EOL(following) ||
+        withinFlowCollection && is_FLOW_INDICATOR(following)) {
+      return false;
+    }
+  }
+
+  state.kind = 'scalar';
+  state.result = '';
+  captureStart = captureEnd = state.position;
+  hasPendingContent = false;
+
+  while (ch !== 0) {
+    if (ch === 0x3A/* : */) {
+      following = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position + 1);
+
+      if (is_WS_OR_EOL(following) ||
+          withinFlowCollection && is_FLOW_INDICATOR(following)) {
+        break;
+      }
+
+    } else if (ch === 0x23/* # */) {
+      preceding = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position - 1);
+
+      if (is_WS_OR_EOL(preceding)) {
+        break;
+      }
+
+    } else if ((state.position === state.lineStart && testDocumentSeparator(state)) ||
+               withinFlowCollection && is_FLOW_INDICATOR(ch)) {
+      break;
+
+    } else if (is_EOL(ch)) {
+      _line = state.line;
+      _lineStart = state.lineStart;
+      _lineIndent = state.lineIndent;
+      skipSeparationSpace(state, false, -1);
+
+      if (state.lineIndent >= nodeIndent) {
+        hasPendingContent = true;
+        ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+        continue;
+      } else {
+        state.position = captureEnd;
+        state.line = _line;
+        state.lineStart = _lineStart;
+        state.lineIndent = _lineIndent;
+        break;
+      }
+    }
+
+    if (hasPendingContent) {
+      captureSegment(state, captureStart, captureEnd, false);
+      writeFoldedLines(state, state.line - _line);
+      captureStart = captureEnd = state.position;
+      hasPendingContent = false;
+    }
+
+    if (!is_WHITE_SPACE(ch)) {
+      captureEnd = state.position + 1;
+    }
+
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+  }
+
+  captureSegment(state, captureStart, captureEnd, false);
+
+  if (state.result) {
+    return true;
+  }
+
+  state.kind = _kind;
+  state.result = _result;
+  return false;
+}
+
+function readSingleQuotedScalar(state, nodeIndent) {
+  var ch,
+      captureStart, captureEnd;
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+  if (ch !== 0x27/* ' */) {
+    return false;
+  }
+
+  state.kind = 'scalar';
+  state.result = '';
+  state.position++;
+  captureStart = captureEnd = state.position;
+
+  while ((ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position)) !== 0) {
+    if (ch === 0x27/* ' */) {
+      captureSegment(state, captureStart, state.position, true);
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+
+      if (ch === 0x27/* ' */) {
+        captureStart = state.position;
+        state.position++;
+        captureEnd = state.position;
+      } else {
+        return true;
+      }
+
+    } else if (is_EOL(ch)) {
+      captureSegment(state, captureStart, captureEnd, true);
+      writeFoldedLines(state, skipSeparationSpace(state, false, nodeIndent));
+      captureStart = captureEnd = state.position;
+
+    } else if (state.position === state.lineStart && testDocumentSeparator(state)) {
+      throwError(state, 'unexpected end of the document within a single quoted scalar');
+
+    } else {
+      state.position++;
+      captureEnd = state.position;
+    }
+  }
+
+  throwError(state, 'unexpected end of the stream within a single quoted scalar');
+}
+
+function readDoubleQuotedScalar(state, nodeIndent) {
+  var captureStart,
+      captureEnd,
+      hexLength,
+      hexResult,
+      tmp,
+      ch;
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+  if (ch !== 0x22/* " */) {
+    return false;
+  }
+
+  state.kind = 'scalar';
+  state.result = '';
+  state.position++;
+  captureStart = captureEnd = state.position;
+
+  while ((ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position)) !== 0) {
+    if (ch === 0x22/* " */) {
+      captureSegment(state, captureStart, state.position, true);
+      state.position++;
+      return true;
+
+    } else if (ch === 0x5C/* \ */) {
+      captureSegment(state, captureStart, state.position, true);
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+
+      if (is_EOL(ch)) {
+        skipSeparationSpace(state, false, nodeIndent);
+
+        // TODO: rework to inline fn with no type cast?
+      } else if (ch < 256 && simpleEscapeCheck[ch]) {
+        state.result += simpleEscapeMap[ch];
+        state.position++;
+
+      } else if ((tmp = escapedHexLen(ch)) > 0) {
+        hexLength = tmp;
+        hexResult = 0;
+
+        for (; hexLength > 0; hexLength--) {
+          ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+
+          if ((tmp = fromHexCode(ch)) >= 0) {
+            hexResult = (hexResult << 4) + tmp;
+
+          } else {
+            throwError(state, 'expected hexadecimal character');
+          }
+        }
+
+        state.result += charFromCodepoint(hexResult);
+
+        state.position++;
+
+      } else {
+        throwError(state, 'unknown escape sequence');
+      }
+
+      captureStart = captureEnd = state.position;
+
+    } else if (is_EOL(ch)) {
+      captureSegment(state, captureStart, captureEnd, true);
+      writeFoldedLines(state, skipSeparationSpace(state, false, nodeIndent));
+      captureStart = captureEnd = state.position;
+
+    } else if (state.position === state.lineStart && testDocumentSeparator(state)) {
+      throwError(state, 'unexpected end of the document within a double quoted scalar');
+
+    } else {
+      state.position++;
+      captureEnd = state.position;
+    }
+  }
+
+  throwError(state, 'unexpected end of the stream within a double quoted scalar');
+}
+
+function readFlowCollection(state, nodeIndent) {
+  var readNext = true,
+      _line,
+      _tag     = state.tag,
+      _result,
+      _anchor  = state.anchor,
+      following,
+      terminator,
+      isPair,
+      isExplicitPair,
+      isMapping,
+      overridableKeys = {},
+      keyNode,
+      keyTag,
+      valueNode,
+      ch;
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+  if (ch === 0x5B/* [ */) {
+    terminator = 0x5D;/* ] */
+    isMapping = false;
+    _result = [];
+  } else if (ch === 0x7B/* { */) {
+    terminator = 0x7D;/* } */
+    isMapping = true;
+    _result = {};
+  } else {
+    return false;
+  }
+
+  if (state.anchor !== null) {
+    state.anchorMap[state.anchor] = _result;
+  }
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+
+  while (ch !== 0) {
+    skipSeparationSpace(state, true, nodeIndent);
+
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+    if (ch === terminator) {
+      state.position++;
+      state.tag = _tag;
+      state.anchor = _anchor;
+      state.kind = isMapping ? 'mapping' : 'sequence';
+      state.result = _result;
+      return true;
+    } else if (!readNext) {
+      throwError(state, 'missed comma between flow collection entries');
+    }
+
+    keyTag = keyNode = valueNode = null;
+    isPair = isExplicitPair = false;
+
+    if (ch === 0x3F/* ? */) {
+      following = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position + 1);
+
+      if (is_WS_OR_EOL(following)) {
+        isPair = isExplicitPair = true;
+        state.position++;
+        skipSeparationSpace(state, true, nodeIndent);
+      }
+    }
+
+    _line = state.line;
+    composeNode(state, nodeIndent, CONTEXT_FLOW_IN, false, true);
+    keyTag = state.tag;
+    keyNode = state.result;
+    skipSeparationSpace(state, true, nodeIndent);
+
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+    if ((isExplicitPair || state.line === _line) && ch === 0x3A/* : */) {
+      isPair = true;
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+      skipSeparationSpace(state, true, nodeIndent);
+      composeNode(state, nodeIndent, CONTEXT_FLOW_IN, false, true);
+      valueNode = state.result;
+    }
+
+    if (isMapping) {
+      storeMappingPair(state, _result, overridableKeys, keyTag, keyNode, valueNode);
+    } else if (isPair) {
+      _result.push(storeMappingPair(state, null, overridableKeys, keyTag, keyNode, valueNode));
+    } else {
+      _result.push(keyNode);
+    }
+
+    skipSeparationSpace(state, true, nodeIndent);
+
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+    if (ch === 0x2C/* , */) {
+      readNext = true;
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+    } else {
+      readNext = false;
+    }
+  }
+
+  throwError(state, 'unexpected end of the stream within a flow collection');
+}
+
+function readBlockScalar(state, nodeIndent) {
+  var captureStart,
+      folding,
+      chomping       = CHOMPING_CLIP,
+      didReadContent = false,
+      detectedIndent = false,
+      textIndent     = nodeIndent,
+      emptyLines     = 0,
+      atMoreIndented = false,
+      tmp,
+      ch;
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+  if (ch === 0x7C/* | */) {
+    folding = false;
+  } else if (ch === 0x3E/* > */) {
+    folding = true;
+  } else {
+    return false;
+  }
+
+  state.kind = 'scalar';
+  state.result = '';
+
+  while (ch !== 0) {
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+
+    if (ch === 0x2B/* + */ || ch === 0x2D/* - */) {
+      if (CHOMPING_CLIP === chomping) {
+        chomping = (ch === 0x2B/* + */) ? CHOMPING_KEEP : CHOMPING_STRIP;
+      } else {
+        throwError(state, 'repeat of a chomping mode identifier');
+      }
+
+    } else if ((tmp = fromDecimalCode(ch)) >= 0) {
+      if (tmp === 0) {
+        throwError(state, 'bad explicit indentation width of a block scalar; it cannot be less than one');
+      } else if (!detectedIndent) {
+        textIndent = nodeIndent + tmp - 1;
+        detectedIndent = true;
+      } else {
+        throwError(state, 'repeat of an indentation width identifier');
+      }
+
+    } else {
+      break;
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (is_WHITE_SPACE(ch)) {
+    do { ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position); }
+    while (is_WHITE_SPACE(ch));
+
+    if (ch === 0x23/* # */) {
+      do { ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position); }
+      while (!is_EOL(ch) && (ch !== 0));
+    }
+  }
+
+  while (ch !== 0) {
+    readLineBreak(state);
+    state.lineIndent = 0;
+
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+    while ((!detectedIndent || state.lineIndent < textIndent) &&
+           (ch === 0x20/* Space */)) {
+      state.lineIndent++;
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+    }
+
+    if (!detectedIndent && state.lineIndent > textIndent) {
+      textIndent = state.lineIndent;
+    }
+
+    if (is_EOL(ch)) {
+      emptyLines++;
+      continue;
+    }
+
+    // End of the scalar.
+    if (state.lineIndent < textIndent) {
+
+      // Perform the chomping.
+      if (chomping === CHOMPING_KEEP) {
+        state.result += common.repeat('\n', didReadContent ? 1 + emptyLines : emptyLines);
+      } else if (chomping === CHOMPING_CLIP) {
+        if (didReadContent) { // i.e. only if the scalar is not empty.
+          state.result += '\n';
+        }
+      }
+
+      // Break this `while` cycle and go to the funciton's epilogue.
+      break;
+    }
+
+    // Folded style: use fancy rules to handle line breaks.
+    if (folding) {
+
+      // Lines starting with white space characters (more-indented lines) are not folded.
+      if (is_WHITE_SPACE(ch)) {
+        atMoreIndented = true;
+        // except for the first content line (cf. Example 8.1)
+        state.result += common.repeat('\n', didReadContent ? 1 + emptyLines : emptyLines);
+
+      // End of more-indented block.
+      } else if (atMoreIndented) {
+        atMoreIndented = false;
+        state.result += common.repeat('\n', emptyLines + 1);
+
+      // Just one line break - perceive as the same line.
+      } else if (emptyLines === 0) {
+        if (didReadContent) { // i.e. only if we have already read some scalar content.
+          state.result += ' ';
+        }
+
+      // Several line breaks - perceive as different lines.
+      } else {
+        state.result += common.repeat('\n', emptyLines);
+      }
+
+    // Literal style: just add exact number of line breaks between content lines.
+    } else {
+      // Keep all line breaks except the header line break.
+      state.result += common.repeat('\n', didReadContent ? 1 + emptyLines : emptyLines);
+    }
+
+    didReadContent = true;
+    detectedIndent = true;
+    emptyLines = 0;
+    captureStart = state.position;
+
+    while (!is_EOL(ch) && (ch !== 0)) {
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+    }
+
+    captureSegment(state, captureStart, state.position, false);
+  }
+
+  return true;
+}
+
+function readBlockSequence(state, nodeIndent) {
+  var _line,
+      _tag      = state.tag,
+      _anchor   = state.anchor,
+      _result   = [],
+      following,
+      detected  = false,
+      ch;
+
+  if (state.anchor !== null) {
+    state.anchorMap[state.anchor] = _result;
+  }
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+  while (ch !== 0) {
+
+    if (ch !== 0x2D/* - */) {
+      break;
+    }
+
+    following = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position + 1);
+
+    if (!is_WS_OR_EOL(following)) {
+      break;
+    }
+
+    detected = true;
+    state.position++;
+
+    if (skipSeparationSpace(state, true, -1)) {
+      if (state.lineIndent <= nodeIndent) {
+        _result.push(null);
+        ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+        continue;
+      }
+    }
+
+    _line = state.line;
+    composeNode(state, nodeIndent, CONTEXT_BLOCK_IN, false, true);
+    _result.push(state.result);
+    skipSeparationSpace(state, true, -1);
+
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+    if ((state.line === _line || state.lineIndent > nodeIndent) && (ch !== 0)) {
+      throwError(state, 'bad indentation of a sequence entry');
+    } else if (state.lineIndent < nodeIndent) {
+      break;
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (detected) {
+    state.tag = _tag;
+    state.anchor = _anchor;
+    state.kind = 'sequence';
+    state.result = _result;
+    return true;
+  }
+  return false;
+}
+
+function readBlockMapping(state, nodeIndent, flowIndent) {
+  var following,
+      allowCompact,
+      _line,
+      _pos,
+      _tag          = state.tag,
+      _anchor       = state.anchor,
+      _result       = {},
+      overridableKeys = {},
+      keyTag        = null,
+      keyNode       = null,
+      valueNode     = null,
+      atExplicitKey = false,
+      detected      = false,
+      ch;
+
+  if (state.anchor !== null) {
+    state.anchorMap[state.anchor] = _result;
+  }
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+  while (ch !== 0) {
+    following = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position + 1);
+    _line = state.line; // Save the current line.
+    _pos = state.position;
+
+    //
+    // Explicit notation case. There are two separate blocks:
+    // first for the key (denoted by "?") and second for the value (denoted by ":")
+    //
+    if ((ch === 0x3F/* ? */ || ch === 0x3A/* : */) && is_WS_OR_EOL(following)) {
+
+      if (ch === 0x3F/* ? */) {
+        if (atExplicitKey) {
+          storeMappingPair(state, _result, overridableKeys, keyTag, keyNode, null);
+          keyTag = keyNode = valueNode = null;
+        }
+
+        detected = true;
+        atExplicitKey = true;
+        allowCompact = true;
+
+      } else if (atExplicitKey) {
+        // i.e. 0x3A/* : */ === character after the explicit key.
+        atExplicitKey = false;
+        allowCompact = true;
+
+      } else {
+        throwError(state, 'incomplete explicit mapping pair; a key node is missed; or followed by a non-tabulated empty line');
+      }
+
+      state.position += 1;
+      ch = following;
+
+    //
+    // Implicit notation case. Flow-style node as the key first, then ":", and the value.
+    //
+    } else if (composeNode(state, flowIndent, CONTEXT_FLOW_OUT, false, true)) {
+
+      if (state.line === _line) {
+        ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+        while (is_WHITE_SPACE(ch)) {
+          ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+        }
+
+        if (ch === 0x3A/* : */) {
+          ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+
+          if (!is_WS_OR_EOL(ch)) {
+            throwError(state, 'a whitespace character is expected after the key-value separator within a block mapping');
+          }
+
+          if (atExplicitKey) {
+            storeMappingPair(state, _result, overridableKeys, keyTag, keyNode, null);
+            keyTag = keyNode = valueNode = null;
+          }
+
+          detected = true;
+          atExplicitKey = false;
+          allowCompact = false;
+          keyTag = state.tag;
+          keyNode = state.result;
+
+        } else if (detected) {
+          throwError(state, 'can not read an implicit mapping pair; a colon is missed');
+
+        } else {
+          state.tag = _tag;
+          state.anchor = _anchor;
+          return true; // Keep the result of `composeNode`.
+        }
+
+      } else if (detected) {
+        throwError(state, 'can not read a block mapping entry; a multiline key may not be an implicit key');
+
+      } else {
+        state.tag = _tag;
+        state.anchor = _anchor;
+        return true; // Keep the result of `composeNode`.
+      }
+
+    } else {
+      break; // Reading is done. Go to the epilogue.
+    }
+
+    //
+    // Common reading code for both explicit and implicit notations.
+    //
+    if (state.line === _line || state.lineIndent > nodeIndent) {
+      if (composeNode(state, nodeIndent, CONTEXT_BLOCK_OUT, true, allowCompact)) {
+        if (atExplicitKey) {
+          keyNode = state.result;
+        } else {
+          valueNode = state.result;
+        }
+      }
+
+      if (!atExplicitKey) {
+        storeMappingPair(state, _result, overridableKeys, keyTag, keyNode, valueNode, _line, _pos);
+        keyTag = keyNode = valueNode = null;
+      }
+
+      skipSeparationSpace(state, true, -1);
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+    }
+
+    if (state.lineIndent > nodeIndent && (ch !== 0)) {
+      throwError(state, 'bad indentation of a mapping entry');
+    } else if (state.lineIndent < nodeIndent) {
+      break;
+    }
+  }
+
+  //
+  // Epilogue.
+  //
+
+  // Special case: last mapping's node contains only the key in explicit notation.
+  if (atExplicitKey) {
+    storeMappingPair(state, _result, overridableKeys, keyTag, keyNode, null);
+  }
+
+  // Expose the resulting mapping.
+  if (detected) {
+    state.tag = _tag;
+    state.anchor = _anchor;
+    state.kind = 'mapping';
+    state.result = _result;
+  }
+
+  return detected;
+}
+
+function readTagProperty(state) {
+  var _position,
+      isVerbatim = false,
+      isNamed    = false,
+      tagHandle,
+      tagName,
+      ch;
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+  if (ch !== 0x21/* ! */) return false;
+
+  if (state.tag !== null) {
+    throwError(state, 'duplication of a tag property');
+  }
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+
+  if (ch === 0x3C/* < */) {
+    isVerbatim = true;
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+
+  } else if (ch === 0x21/* ! */) {
+    isNamed = true;
+    tagHandle = '!!';
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+
+  } else {
+    tagHandle = '!';
+  }
+
+  _position = state.position;
+
+  if (isVerbatim) {
+    do { ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position); }
+    while (ch !== 0 && ch !== 0x3E/* > */);
+
+    if (state.position < state.length) {
+      tagName = state.input.slice(_position, state.position);
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+    } else {
+      throwError(state, 'unexpected end of the stream within a verbatim tag');
+    }
+  } else {
+    while (ch !== 0 && !is_WS_OR_EOL(ch)) {
+
+      if (ch === 0x21/* ! */) {
+        if (!isNamed) {
+          tagHandle = state.input.slice(_position - 1, state.position + 1);
+
+          if (!PATTERN_TAG_HANDLE.test(tagHandle)) {
+            throwError(state, 'named tag handle cannot contain such characters');
+          }
+
+          isNamed = true;
+          _position = state.position + 1;
+        } else {
+          throwError(state, 'tag suffix cannot contain exclamation marks');
+        }
+      }
+
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+    }
+
+    tagName = state.input.slice(_position, state.position);
+
+    if (PATTERN_FLOW_INDICATORS.test(tagName)) {
+      throwError(state, 'tag suffix cannot contain flow indicator characters');
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (tagName && !PATTERN_TAG_URI.test(tagName)) {
+    throwError(state, 'tag name cannot contain such characters: ' + tagName);
+  }
+
+  if (isVerbatim) {
+    state.tag = tagName;
+
+  } else if (_hasOwnProperty.call(state.tagMap, tagHandle)) {
+    state.tag = state.tagMap[tagHandle] + tagName;
+
+  } else if (tagHandle === '!') {
+    state.tag = '!' + tagName;
+
+  } else if (tagHandle === '!!') {
+    state.tag = 'tag:yaml.org,2002:' + tagName;
+
+  } else {
+    throwError(state, 'undeclared tag handle "' + tagHandle + '"');
+  }
+
+  return true;
+}
+
+function readAnchorProperty(state) {
+  var _position,
+      ch;
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+  if (ch !== 0x26/* & */) return false;
+
+  if (state.anchor !== null) {
+    throwError(state, 'duplication of an anchor property');
+  }
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+  _position = state.position;
+
+  while (ch !== 0 && !is_WS_OR_EOL(ch) && !is_FLOW_INDICATOR(ch)) {
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+  }
+
+  if (state.position === _position) {
+    throwError(state, 'name of an anchor node must contain at least one character');
+  }
+
+  state.anchor = state.input.slice(_position, state.position);
+  return true;
+}
+
+function readAlias(state) {
+  var _position, alias,
+      ch;
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+  if (ch !== 0x2A/* * */) return false;
+
+  ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+  _position = state.position;
+
+  while (ch !== 0 && !is_WS_OR_EOL(ch) && !is_FLOW_INDICATOR(ch)) {
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+  }
+
+  if (state.position === _position) {
+    throwError(state, 'name of an alias node must contain at least one character');
+  }
+
+  alias = state.input.slice(_position, state.position);
+
+  if (!state.anchorMap.hasOwnProperty(alias)) {
+    throwError(state, 'unidentified alias "' + alias + '"');
+  }
+
+  state.result = state.anchorMap[alias];
+  skipSeparationSpace(state, true, -1);
+  return true;
+}
+
+function composeNode(state, parentIndent, nodeContext, allowToSeek, allowCompact) {
+  var allowBlockStyles,
+      allowBlockScalars,
+      allowBlockCollections,
+      indentStatus = 1, // 1: this>parent, 0: this=parent, -1: this<parent
+      atNewLine  = false,
+      hasContent = false,
+      typeIndex,
+      typeQuantity,
+      type,
+      flowIndent,
+      blockIndent;
+
+  if (state.listener !== null) {
+    state.listener('open', state);
+  }
+
+  state.tag    = null;
+  state.anchor = null;
+  state.kind   = null;
+  state.result = null;
+
+  allowBlockStyles = allowBlockScalars = allowBlockCollections =
+    CONTEXT_BLOCK_OUT === nodeContext ||
+    CONTEXT_BLOCK_IN  === nodeContext;
+
+  if (allowToSeek) {
+    if (skipSeparationSpace(state, true, -1)) {
+      atNewLine = true;
+
+      if (state.lineIndent > parentIndent) {
+        indentStatus = 1;
+      } else if (state.lineIndent === parentIndent) {
+        indentStatus = 0;
+      } else if (state.lineIndent < parentIndent) {
+        indentStatus = -1;
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (indentStatus === 1) {
+    while (readTagProperty(state) || readAnchorProperty(state)) {
+      if (skipSeparationSpace(state, true, -1)) {
+        atNewLine = true;
+        allowBlockCollections = allowBlockStyles;
+
+        if (state.lineIndent > parentIndent) {
+          indentStatus = 1;
+        } else if (state.lineIndent === parentIndent) {
+          indentStatus = 0;
+        } else if (state.lineIndent < parentIndent) {
+          indentStatus = -1;
+        }
+      } else {
+        allowBlockCollections = false;
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (allowBlockCollections) {
+    allowBlockCollections = atNewLine || allowCompact;
+  }
+
+  if (indentStatus === 1 || CONTEXT_BLOCK_OUT === nodeContext) {
+    if (CONTEXT_FLOW_IN === nodeContext || CONTEXT_FLOW_OUT === nodeContext) {
+      flowIndent = parentIndent;
+    } else {
+      flowIndent = parentIndent + 1;
+    }
+
+    blockIndent = state.position - state.lineStart;
+
+    if (indentStatus === 1) {
+      if (allowBlockCollections &&
+          (readBlockSequence(state, blockIndent) ||
+           readBlockMapping(state, blockIndent, flowIndent)) ||
+          readFlowCollection(state, flowIndent)) {
+        hasContent = true;
+      } else {
+        if ((allowBlockScalars && readBlockScalar(state, flowIndent)) ||
+            readSingleQuotedScalar(state, flowIndent) ||
+            readDoubleQuotedScalar(state, flowIndent)) {
+          hasContent = true;
+
+        } else if (readAlias(state)) {
+          hasContent = true;
+
+          if (state.tag !== null || state.anchor !== null) {
+            throwError(state, 'alias node should not have any properties');
+          }
+
+        } else if (readPlainScalar(state, flowIndent, CONTEXT_FLOW_IN === nodeContext)) {
+          hasContent = true;
+
+          if (state.tag === null) {
+            state.tag = '?';
+          }
+        }
+
+        if (state.anchor !== null) {
+          state.anchorMap[state.anchor] = state.result;
+        }
+      }
+    } else if (indentStatus === 0) {
+      // Special case: block sequences are allowed to have same indentation level as the parent.
+      // http://www.yaml.org/spec/1.2/spec.html#id2799784
+      hasContent = allowBlockCollections && readBlockSequence(state, blockIndent);
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (state.tag !== null && state.tag !== '!') {
+    if (state.tag === '?') {
+      // Implicit resolving is not allowed for non-scalar types, and '?'
+      // non-specific tag is only automatically assigned to plain scalars.
+      //
+      // We only need to check kind conformity in case user explicitly assigns '?'
+      // tag, for example like this: "!<?> [0]"
+      //
+      if (state.result !== null && state.kind !== 'scalar') {
+        throwError(state, 'unacceptable node kind for !<?> tag; it should be "scalar", not "' + state.kind + '"');
+      }
+
+      for (typeIndex = 0, typeQuantity = state.implicitTypes.length; typeIndex < typeQuantity; typeIndex += 1) {
+        type = state.implicitTypes[typeIndex];
+
+        if (type.resolve(state.result)) { // `state.result` updated in resolver if matched
+          state.result = type.construct(state.result);
+          state.tag = type.tag;
+          if (state.anchor !== null) {
+            state.anchorMap[state.anchor] = state.result;
+          }
+          break;
+        }
+      }
+    } else if (_hasOwnProperty.call(state.typeMap[state.kind || 'fallback'], state.tag)) {
+      type = state.typeMap[state.kind || 'fallback'][state.tag];
+
+      if (state.result !== null && type.kind !== state.kind) {
+        throwError(state, 'unacceptable node kind for !<' + state.tag + '> tag; it should be "' + type.kind + '", not "' + state.kind + '"');
+      }
+
+      if (!type.resolve(state.result)) { // `state.result` updated in resolver if matched
+        throwError(state, 'cannot resolve a node with !<' + state.tag + '> explicit tag');
+      } else {
+        state.result = type.construct(state.result);
+        if (state.anchor !== null) {
+          state.anchorMap[state.anchor] = state.result;
+        }
+      }
+    } else {
+      throwError(state, 'unknown tag !<' + state.tag + '>');
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (state.listener !== null) {
+    state.listener('close', state);
+  }
+  return state.tag !== null ||  state.anchor !== null || hasContent;
+}
+
+function readDocument(state) {
+  var documentStart = state.position,
+      _position,
+      directiveName,
+      directiveArgs,
+      hasDirectives = false,
+      ch;
+
+  state.version = null;
+  state.checkLineBreaks = state.legacy;
+  state.tagMap = {};
+  state.anchorMap = {};
+
+  while ((ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position)) !== 0) {
+    skipSeparationSpace(state, true, -1);
+
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(state.position);
+
+    if (state.lineIndent > 0 || ch !== 0x25/* % */) {
+      break;
+    }
+
+    hasDirectives = true;
+    ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+    _position = state.position;
+
+    while (ch !== 0 && !is_WS_OR_EOL(ch)) {
+      ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+    }
+
+    directiveName = state.input.slice(_position, state.position);
+    directiveArgs = [];
+
+    if (directiveName.length < 1) {
+      throwError(state, 'directive name must not be less than one character in length');
+    }
+
+    while (ch !== 0) {
+      while (is_WHITE_SPACE(ch)) {
+        ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+      }
+
+      if (ch === 0x23/* # */) {
+        do { ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position); }
+        while (ch !== 0 && !is_EOL(ch));
+        break;
+      }
+
+      if (is_EOL(ch)) break;
+
+      _position = state.position;
+
+      while (ch !== 0 && !is_WS_OR_EOL(ch)) {
+        ch = state.input.charCodeAt(++state.position);
+      }
+
+      directiveArgs.push(state.input.slice(_position, state.position));
+    }
+
+    if (ch !== 0) readLineBreak(state);
+
+    if (_hasOwnProperty.call(directiveHandlers, directiveName)) {
+      directiveHandlers[directiveName](state, directiveName, directiveArgs);
+    } else {
+      throwWarning(state, 'unknown document directive "' + directiveName + '"');
+    }
+  }
+
+  skipSeparationSpace(state, true, -1);
+
+  if (state.lineIndent === 0 &&
+      state.input.charCodeAt(state.position)     === 0x2D/* - */ &&
+      state.input.charCodeAt(state.position + 1) === 0x2D/* - */ &&
+      state.input.charCodeAt(state.position + 2) === 0x2D/* - */) {
+    state.position += 3;
+    skipSeparationSpace(state, true, -1);
+
+  } else if (hasDirectives) {
+    throwError(state, 'directives end mark is expected');
+  }
+
+  composeNode(state, state.lineIndent - 1, CONTEXT_BLOCK_OUT, false, true);
+  skipSeparationSpace(state, true, -1);
+
+  if (state.checkLineBreaks &&
+      PATTERN_NON_ASCII_LINE_BREAKS.test(state.input.slice(documentStart, state.position))) {
+    throwWarning(state, 'non-ASCII line breaks are interpreted as content');
+  }
+
+  state.documents.push(state.result);
+
+  if (state.position === state.lineStart && testDocumentSeparator(state)) {
+
+    if (state.input.charCodeAt(state.position) === 0x2E/* . */) {
+      state.position += 3;
+      skipSeparationSpace(state, true, -1);
+    }
+    return;
+  }
+
+  if (state.position < (state.length - 1)) {
+    throwError(state, 'end of the stream or a document separator is expected');
+  } else {
+    return;
+  }
+}
+
+
+function loadDocuments(input, options) {
+  input = String(input);
+  options = options || {};
+
+  if (input.length !== 0) {
+
+    // Add tailing `\n` if not exists
+    if (input.charCodeAt(input.length - 1) !== 0x0A/* LF */ &&
+        input.charCodeAt(input.length - 1) !== 0x0D/* CR */) {
+      input += '\n';
+    }
+
+    // Strip BOM
+    if (input.charCodeAt(0) === 0xFEFF) {
+      input = input.slice(1);
+    }
+  }
+
+  var state = new State(input, options);
+
+  var nullpos = input.indexOf('\0');
+
+  if (nullpos !== -1) {
+    state.position = nullpos;
+    throwError(state, 'null byte is not allowed in input');
+  }
+
+  // Use 0 as string terminator. That significantly simplifies bounds check.
+  state.input += '\0';
+
+  while (state.input.charCodeAt(state.position) === 0x20/* Space */) {
+    state.lineIndent += 1;
+    state.position += 1;
+  }
+
+  while (state.position < (state.length - 1)) {
+    readDocument(state);
+  }
+
+  return state.documents;
+}
+
+
+function loadAll(input, iterator, options) {
+  if (iterator !== null && typeof iterator === 'object' && typeof options === 'undefined') {
+    options = iterator;
+    iterator = null;
+  }
+
+  var documents = loadDocuments(input, options);
+
+  if (typeof iterator !== 'function') {
+    return documents;
+  }
+
+  for (var index = 0, length = documents.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+    iterator(documents[index]);
+  }
+}
+
+
+function load(input, options) {
+  var documents = loadDocuments(input, options);
+
+  if (documents.length === 0) {
+    /*eslint-disable no-undefined*/
+    return undefined;
+  } else if (documents.length === 1) {
+    return documents[0];
+  }
+  throw new YAMLException('expected a single document in the stream, but found more');
+}
+
+
+function safeLoadAll(input, iterator, options) {
+  if (typeof iterator === 'object' && iterator !== null && typeof options === 'undefined') {
+    options = iterator;
+    iterator = null;
+  }
+
+  return loadAll(input, iterator, common.extend({ schema: DEFAULT_SAFE_SCHEMA }, options));
+}
+
+
+function safeLoad(input, options) {
+  return load(input, common.extend({ schema: DEFAULT_SAFE_SCHEMA }, options));
+}
+
+
+module.exports.loadAll     = loadAll;
+module.exports.load        = load;
+module.exports.safeLoadAll = safeLoadAll;
+module.exports.safeLoad    = safeLoad;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 462:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+// See http://www.robvanderwoude.com/escapechars.php
+const metaCharsRegExp = /([()\][%!^"`<>&|;, *?])/g;
+
+function escapeCommand(arg) {
+    // Escape meta chars
+    arg = arg.replace(metaCharsRegExp, '^$1');
+
+    return arg;
+}
+
+function escapeArgument(arg, doubleEscapeMetaChars) {
+    // Convert to string
+    arg = `${arg}`;
+
+    // Algorithm below is based on https://qntm.org/cmd
+
+    // Sequence of backslashes followed by a double quote:
+    // double up all the backslashes and escape the double quote
+    arg = arg.replace(/(\\*)"/g, '$1$1\\"');
+
+    // Sequence of backslashes followed by the end of the string
+    // (which will become a double quote later):
+    // double up all the backslashes
+    arg = arg.replace(/(\\*)$/, '$1$1');
+
+    // All other backslashes occur literally
+
+    // Quote the whole thing:
+    arg = `"${arg}"`;
+
+    // Escape meta chars
+    arg = arg.replace(metaCharsRegExp, '^$1');
+
+    // Double escape meta chars if necessary
+    if (doubleEscapeMetaChars) {
+        arg = arg.replace(metaCharsRegExp, '^$1');
+    }
+
+    return arg;
+}
+
+module.exports.command = escapeCommand;
+module.exports.argument = escapeArgument;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 463:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+Object.defineProperty(exports, '__esModule', { value: true });
+
+function _interopDefault (ex) { return (ex && (typeof ex === 'object') && 'default' in ex) ? ex['default'] : ex; }
+
+var deprecation = __webpack_require__(692);
+var once = _interopDefault(__webpack_require__(969));
+
+const logOnce = once(deprecation => console.warn(deprecation));
+/**
+ * Error with extra properties to help with debugging
+ */
+
+class RequestError extends Error {
+  constructor(message, statusCode, options) {
+    super(message); // Maintains proper stack trace (only available on V8)
+
+    /* istanbul ignore next */
+
+    if (Error.captureStackTrace) {
+      Error.captureStackTrace(this, this.constructor);
+    }
+
+    this.name = "HttpError";
+    this.status = statusCode;
+    Object.defineProperty(this, "code", {
+      get() {
+        logOnce(new deprecation.Deprecation("[@octokit/request-error] `error.code` is deprecated, use `error.status`."));
+        return statusCode;
+      }
+
+    });
+    this.headers = options.headers || {}; // redact request credentials without mutating original request options
+
+    const requestCopy = Object.assign({}, options.request);
+
+    if (options.request.headers.authorization) {
+      requestCopy.headers = Object.assign({}, options.request.headers, {
+        authorization: options.request.headers.authorization.replace(/ .*$/, " [REDACTED]")
+      });
+    }
+
+    requestCopy.url = requestCopy.url // client_id & client_secret can be passed as URL query parameters to increase rate limit
+    // see https://developer.github.com/v3/#increasing-the-unauthenticated-rate-limit-for-oauth-applications
+    .replace(/\bclient_secret=\w+/g, "client_secret=[REDACTED]") // OAuth tokens can be passed as URL query parameters, although it is not recommended
+    // see https://developer.github.com/v3/#oauth2-token-sent-in-a-header
+    .replace(/\baccess_token=\w+/g, "access_token=[REDACTED]");
+    this.request = requestCopy;
+  }
+
+}
+
+exports.RequestError = RequestError;
+//# sourceMappingURL=index.js.map
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 469:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+var __importStar = (this && this.__importStar) || function (mod) {
+    if (mod && mod.__esModule) return mod;
+    var result = {};
+    if (mod != null) for (var k in mod) if (Object.hasOwnProperty.call(mod, k)) result[k] = mod[k];
+    result["default"] = mod;
+    return result;
+};
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+// Originally pulled from https://github.com/JasonEtco/actions-toolkit/blob/master/src/github.ts
+const graphql_1 = __webpack_require__(898);
+const rest_1 = __webpack_require__(0);
+const Context = __importStar(__webpack_require__(262));
+const httpClient = __importStar(__webpack_require__(539));
+// We need this in order to extend Octokit
+rest_1.Octokit.prototype = new rest_1.Octokit();
+exports.context = new Context.Context();
+class GitHub extends rest_1.Octokit {
+    constructor(token, opts) {
+        super(GitHub.getOctokitOptions(GitHub.disambiguate(token, opts)));
+        this.graphql = GitHub.getGraphQL(GitHub.disambiguate(token, opts));
+    }
+    /**
+     * Disambiguates the constructor overload parameters
+     */
+    static disambiguate(token, opts) {
+        return [
+            typeof token === 'string' ? token : '',
+            typeof token === 'object' ? token : opts || {}
+        ];
+    }
+    static getOctokitOptions(args) {
+        const token = args[0];
+        const options = Object.assign({}, args[1]); // Shallow clone - don't mutate the object provided by the caller
+        // Base URL - GHES or Dotcom
+        options.baseUrl = options.baseUrl || this.getApiBaseUrl();
+        // Auth
+        const auth = GitHub.getAuthString(token, options);
+        if (auth) {
+            options.auth = auth;
+        }
+        // Proxy
+        const agent = GitHub.getProxyAgent(options.baseUrl, options);
+        if (agent) {
+            // Shallow clone - don't mutate the object provided by the caller
+            options.request = options.request ? Object.assign({}, options.request) : {};
+            // Set the agent
+            options.request.agent = agent;
+        }
+        return options;
+    }
+    static getGraphQL(args) {
+        const defaults = {};
+        defaults.baseUrl = this.getGraphQLBaseUrl();
+        const token = args[0];
+        const options = args[1];
+        // Authorization
+        const auth = this.getAuthString(token, options);
+        if (auth) {
+            defaults.headers = {
+                authorization: auth
+            };
+        }
+        // Proxy
+        const agent = GitHub.getProxyAgent(defaults.baseUrl, options);
+        if (agent) {
+            defaults.request = { agent };
+        }
+        return graphql_1.graphql.defaults(defaults);
+    }
+    static getAuthString(token, options) {
+        // Validate args
+        if (!token && !options.auth) {
+            throw new Error('Parameter token or opts.auth is required');
+        }
+        else if (token && options.auth) {
+            throw new Error('Parameters token and opts.auth may not both be specified');
+        }
+        return typeof options.auth === 'string' ? options.auth : `token ${token}`;
+    }
+    static getProxyAgent(destinationUrl, options) {
+        var _a;
+        if (!((_a = options.request) === null || _a === void 0 ? void 0 : _a.agent)) {
+            if (httpClient.getProxyUrl(destinationUrl)) {
+                const hc = new httpClient.HttpClient();
+                return hc.getAgent(destinationUrl);
+            }
+        }
+        return undefined;
+    }
+    static getApiBaseUrl() {
+        return process.env['GITHUB_API_URL'] || 'https://api.github.com';
+    }
+    static getGraphQLBaseUrl() {
+        let url = process.env['GITHUB_GRAPHQL_URL'] || 'https://api.github.com/graphql';
+        // Shouldn't be a trailing slash, but remove if so
+        if (url.endsWith('/')) {
+            url = url.substr(0, url.length - 1);
+        }
+        // Remove trailing "/graphql"
+        if (url.toUpperCase().endsWith('/GRAPHQL')) {
+            url = url.substr(0, url.length - '/graphql'.length);
+        }
+        return url;
+    }
+}
+exports.GitHub = GitHub;
+//# sourceMappingURL=github.js.map
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 470:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+var __awaiter = (this && this.__awaiter) || function (thisArg, _arguments, P, generator) {
+    function adopt(value) { return value instanceof P ? value : new P(function (resolve) { resolve(value); }); }
+    return new (P || (P = Promise))(function (resolve, reject) {
+        function fulfilled(value) { try { step(generator.next(value)); } catch (e) { reject(e); } }
+        function rejected(value) { try { step(generator["throw"](value)); } catch (e) { reject(e); } }
+        function step(result) { result.done ? resolve(result.value) : adopt(result.value).then(fulfilled, rejected); }
+        step((generator = generator.apply(thisArg, _arguments || [])).next());
+    });
+};
+var __importStar = (this && this.__importStar) || function (mod) {
+    if (mod && mod.__esModule) return mod;
+    var result = {};
+    if (mod != null) for (var k in mod) if (Object.hasOwnProperty.call(mod, k)) result[k] = mod[k];
+    result["default"] = mod;
+    return result;
+};
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+const command_1 = __webpack_require__(431);
+const os = __importStar(__webpack_require__(87));
+const path = __importStar(__webpack_require__(622));
+/**
+ * The code to exit an action
+ */
+var ExitCode;
+(function (ExitCode) {
+    /**
+     * A code indicating that the action was successful
+     */
+    ExitCode[ExitCode["Success"] = 0] = "Success";
+    /**
+     * A code indicating that the action was a failure
+     */
+    ExitCode[ExitCode["Failure"] = 1] = "Failure";
+})(ExitCode = exports.ExitCode || (exports.ExitCode = {}));
+//-----------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Variables
+//-----------------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * Sets env variable for this action and future actions in the job
+ * @param name the name of the variable to set
+ * @param val the value of the variable. Non-string values will be converted to a string via JSON.stringify
+ */
+// eslint-disable-next-line @typescript-eslint/no-explicit-any
+function exportVariable(name, val) {
+    const convertedVal = command_1.toCommandValue(val);
+    process.env[name] = convertedVal;
+    command_1.issueCommand('set-env', { name }, convertedVal);
+}
+exports.exportVariable = exportVariable;
+/**
+ * Registers a secret which will get masked from logs
+ * @param secret value of the secret
+ */
+function setSecret(secret) {
+    command_1.issueCommand('add-mask', {}, secret);
+}
+exports.setSecret = setSecret;
+/**
+ * Prepends inputPath to the PATH (for this action and future actions)
+ * @param inputPath
+ */
+function addPath(inputPath) {
+    command_1.issueCommand('add-path', {}, inputPath);
+    process.env['PATH'] = `${inputPath}${path.delimiter}${process.env['PATH']}`;
+}
+exports.addPath = addPath;
+/**
+ * Gets the value of an input.  The value is also trimmed.
+ *
+ * @param     name     name of the input to get
+ * @param     options  optional. See InputOptions.
+ * @returns   string
+ */
+function getInput(name, options) {
+    const val = process.env[`INPUT_${name.replace(/ /g, '_').toUpperCase()}`] || '';
+    if (options && options.required && !val) {
+        throw new Error(`Input required and not supplied: ${name}`);
+    }
+    return val.trim();
+}
+exports.getInput = getInput;
+/**
+ * Sets the value of an output.
+ *
+ * @param     name     name of the output to set
+ * @param     value    value to store. Non-string values will be converted to a string via JSON.stringify
+ */
+// eslint-disable-next-line @typescript-eslint/no-explicit-any
+function setOutput(name, value) {
+    command_1.issueCommand('set-output', { name }, value);
+}
+exports.setOutput = setOutput;
+/**
+ * Enables or disables the echoing of commands into stdout for the rest of the step.
+ * Echoing is disabled by default if ACTIONS_STEP_DEBUG is not set.
+ *
+ */
+function setCommandEcho(enabled) {
+    command_1.issue('echo', enabled ? 'on' : 'off');
+}
+exports.setCommandEcho = setCommandEcho;
+//-----------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Results
+//-----------------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * Sets the action status to failed.
+ * When the action exits it will be with an exit code of 1
+ * @param message add error issue message
+ */
+function setFailed(message) {
+    process.exitCode = ExitCode.Failure;
+    error(message);
+}
+exports.setFailed = setFailed;
+//-----------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Logging Commands
+//-----------------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * Gets whether Actions Step Debug is on or not
+ */
+function isDebug() {
+    return process.env['RUNNER_DEBUG'] === '1';
+}
+exports.isDebug = isDebug;
+/**
+ * Writes debug message to user log
+ * @param message debug message
+ */
+function debug(message) {
+    command_1.issueCommand('debug', {}, message);
+}
+exports.debug = debug;
+/**
+ * Adds an error issue
+ * @param message error issue message. Errors will be converted to string via toString()
+ */
+function error(message) {
+    command_1.issue('error', message instanceof Error ? message.toString() : message);
+}
+exports.error = error;
+/**
+ * Adds an warning issue
+ * @param message warning issue message. Errors will be converted to string via toString()
+ */
+function warning(message) {
+    command_1.issue('warning', message instanceof Error ? message.toString() : message);
+}
+exports.warning = warning;
+/**
+ * Writes info to log with console.log.
+ * @param message info message
+ */
+function info(message) {
+    process.stdout.write(message + os.EOL);
+}
+exports.info = info;
+/**
+ * Begin an output group.
+ *
+ * Output until the next `groupEnd` will be foldable in this group
+ *
+ * @param name The name of the output group
+ */
+function startGroup(name) {
+    command_1.issue('group', name);
+}
+exports.startGroup = startGroup;
+/**
+ * End an output group.
+ */
+function endGroup() {
+    command_1.issue('endgroup');
+}
+exports.endGroup = endGroup;
+/**
+ * Wrap an asynchronous function call in a group.
+ *
+ * Returns the same type as the function itself.
+ *
+ * @param name The name of the group
+ * @param fn The function to wrap in the group
+ */
+function group(name, fn) {
+    return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+        startGroup(name);
+        let result;
+        try {
+            result = yield fn();
+        }
+        finally {
+            endGroup();
+        }
+        return result;
+    });
+}
+exports.group = group;
+//-----------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Wrapper action state
+//-----------------------------------------------------------------------
+/**
+ * Saves state for current action, the state can only be retrieved by this action's post job execution.
+ *
+ * @param     name     name of the state to store
+ * @param     value    value to store. Non-string values will be converted to a string via JSON.stringify
+ */
+// eslint-disable-next-line @typescript-eslint/no-explicit-any
+function saveState(name, value) {
+    command_1.issueCommand('save-state', { name }, value);
+}
+exports.saveState = saveState;
+/**
+ * Gets the value of an state set by this action's main execution.
+ *
+ * @param     name     name of the state to get
+ * @returns   string
+ */
+function getState(name) {
+    return process.env[`STATE_${name}`] || '';
+}
+exports.getState = getState;
+//# sourceMappingURL=core.js.map
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 471:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = authenticationBeforeRequest;
+
+const btoa = __webpack_require__(675);
+const uniq = __webpack_require__(126);
+
+function authenticationBeforeRequest(state, options) {
+  if (!state.auth.type) {
+    return;
+  }
+
+  if (state.auth.type === "basic") {
+    const hash = btoa(`${state.auth.username}:${state.auth.password}`);
+    options.headers.authorization = `Basic ${hash}`;
+    return;
+  }
+
+  if (state.auth.type === "token") {
+    options.headers.authorization = `token ${state.auth.token}`;
+    return;
+  }
+
+  if (state.auth.type === "app") {
+    options.headers.authorization = `Bearer ${state.auth.token}`;
+    const acceptHeaders = options.headers.accept
+      .split(",")
+      .concat("application/vnd.github.machine-man-preview+json");
+    options.headers.accept = uniq(acceptHeaders)
+      .filter(Boolean)
+      .join(",");
+    return;
+  }
+
+  options.url += options.url.indexOf("?") === -1 ? "?" : "&";
+
+  if (state.auth.token) {
+    options.url += `access_token=${encodeURIComponent(state.auth.token)}`;
+    return;
+  }
+
+  const key = encodeURIComponent(state.auth.key);
+  const secret = encodeURIComponent(state.auth.secret);
+  options.url += `client_id=${key}&client_secret=${secret}`;
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 489:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+const path = __webpack_require__(622);
+const which = __webpack_require__(814);
+const pathKey = __webpack_require__(39)();
+
+function resolveCommandAttempt(parsed, withoutPathExt) {
+    const cwd = process.cwd();
+    const hasCustomCwd = parsed.options.cwd != null;
+
+    // If a custom `cwd` was specified, we need to change the process cwd
+    // because `which` will do stat calls but does not support a custom cwd
+    if (hasCustomCwd) {
+        try {
+            process.chdir(parsed.options.cwd);
+        } catch (err) {
+            /* Empty */
+        }
+    }
+
+    let resolved;
+
+    try {
+        resolved = which.sync(parsed.command, {
+            path: (parsed.options.env || process.env)[pathKey],
+            pathExt: withoutPathExt ? path.delimiter : undefined,
+        });
+    } catch (e) {
+        /* Empty */
+    } finally {
+        process.chdir(cwd);
+    }
+
+    // If we successfully resolved, ensure that an absolute path is returned
+    // Note that when a custom `cwd` was used, we need to resolve to an absolute path based on it
+    if (resolved) {
+        resolved = path.resolve(hasCustomCwd ? parsed.options.cwd : '', resolved);
+    }
+
+    return resolved;
+}
+
+function resolveCommand(parsed) {
+    return resolveCommandAttempt(parsed) || resolveCommandAttempt(parsed, true);
+}
+
+module.exports = resolveCommand;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 497:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+Object.defineProperty(exports, '__esModule', { value: true });
+
+function _interopDefault (ex) { return (ex && (typeof ex === 'object') && 'default' in ex) ? ex['default'] : ex; }
+
+var deprecation = __webpack_require__(692);
+var once = _interopDefault(__webpack_require__(969));
+
+const logOnce = once(deprecation => console.warn(deprecation));
+/**
+ * Error with extra properties to help with debugging
+ */
+
+class RequestError extends Error {
+  constructor(message, statusCode, options) {
+    super(message); // Maintains proper stack trace (only available on V8)
+
+    /* istanbul ignore next */
+
+    if (Error.captureStackTrace) {
+      Error.captureStackTrace(this, this.constructor);
+    }
+
+    this.name = "HttpError";
+    this.status = statusCode;
+    Object.defineProperty(this, "code", {
+      get() {
+        logOnce(new deprecation.Deprecation("[@octokit/request-error] `error.code` is deprecated, use `error.status`."));
+        return statusCode;
+      }
+
+    });
+    this.headers = options.headers || {}; // redact request credentials without mutating original request options
+
+    const requestCopy = Object.assign({}, options.request);
+
+    if (options.request.headers.authorization) {
+      requestCopy.headers = Object.assign({}, options.request.headers, {
+        authorization: options.request.headers.authorization.replace(/ .*$/, " [REDACTED]")
+      });
+    }
+
+    requestCopy.url = requestCopy.url // client_id & client_secret can be passed as URL query parameters to increase rate limit
+    // see https://developer.github.com/v3/#increasing-the-unauthenticated-rate-limit-for-oauth-applications
+    .replace(/\bclient_secret=\w+/g, "client_secret=[REDACTED]") // OAuth tokens can be passed as URL query parameters, although it is not recommended
+    // see https://developer.github.com/v3/#oauth2-token-sent-in-a-header
+    .replace(/\baccess_token=\w+/g, "access_token=[REDACTED]");
+    this.request = requestCopy;
+  }
+
+}
+
+exports.RequestError = RequestError;
+//# sourceMappingURL=index.js.map
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 510:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = addHook
+
+function addHook (state, kind, name, hook) {
+  var orig = hook
+  if (!state.registry[name]) {
+    state.registry[name] = []
+  }
+
+  if (kind === 'before') {
+    hook = function (method, options) {
+      return Promise.resolve()
+        .then(orig.bind(null, options))
+        .then(method.bind(null, options))
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (kind === 'after') {
+    hook = function (method, options) {
+      var result
+      return Promise.resolve()
+        .then(method.bind(null, options))
+        .then(function (result_) {
+          result = result_
+          return orig(result, options)
+        })
+        .then(function () {
+          return result
+        })
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (kind === 'error') {
+    hook = function (method, options) {
+      return Promise.resolve()
+        .then(method.bind(null, options))
+        .catch(function (error) {
+          return orig(error, options)
+        })
+    }
+  }
+
+  state.registry[name].push({
+    hook: hook,
+    orig: orig
+  })
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 523:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+var register = __webpack_require__(280)
+var addHook = __webpack_require__(510)
+var removeHook = __webpack_require__(763)
+
+// bind with array of arguments: https://stackoverflow.com/a/21792913
+var bind = Function.bind
+var bindable = bind.bind(bind)
+
+function bindApi (hook, state, name) {
+  var removeHookRef = bindable(removeHook, null).apply(null, name ? [state, name] : [state])
+  hook.api = { remove: removeHookRef }
+  hook.remove = removeHookRef
+
+  ;['before', 'error', 'after', 'wrap'].forEach(function (kind) {
+    var args = name ? [state, kind, name] : [state, kind]
+    hook[kind] = hook.api[kind] = bindable(addHook, null).apply(null, args)
+  })
+}
+
+function HookSingular () {
+  var singularHookName = 'h'
+  var singularHookState = {
+    registry: {}
+  }
+  var singularHook = register.bind(null, singularHookState, singularHookName)
+  bindApi(singularHook, singularHookState, singularHookName)
+  return singularHook
+}
+
+function HookCollection () {
+  var state = {
+    registry: {}
+  }
+
+  var hook = register.bind(null, state)
+  bindApi(hook, state)
+
+  return hook
+}
+
+var collectionHookDeprecationMessageDisplayed = false
+function Hook () {
+  if (!collectionHookDeprecationMessageDisplayed) {
+    console.warn('[before-after-hook]: "Hook()" repurposing warning, use "Hook.Collection()". Read more: https://git.io/upgrade-before-after-hook-to-1.4')
+    collectionHookDeprecationMessageDisplayed = true
+  }
+  return HookCollection()
+}
+
+Hook.Singular = HookSingular.bind()
+Hook.Collection = HookCollection.bind()
+
+module.exports = Hook
+// expose constructors as a named property for TypeScript
+module.exports.Hook = Hook
+module.exports.Singular = Hook.Singular
+module.exports.Collection = Hook.Collection
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 529:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+const factory = __webpack_require__(47);
+
+module.exports = factory();
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 536:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = hasFirstPage
+
+const deprecate = __webpack_require__(370)
+const getPageLinks = __webpack_require__(577)
+
+function hasFirstPage (link) {
+  deprecate(`octokit.hasFirstPage() – You can use octokit.paginate or async iterators instead: https://github.com/octokit/rest.js#pagination.`)
+  return getPageLinks(link).first
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 537:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+const utils = __webpack_require__(224);
+const {
+  CHAR_ASTERISK,             /* * */
+  CHAR_AT,                   /* @ */
+  CHAR_BACKWARD_SLASH,       /* \ */
+  CHAR_COMMA,                /* , */
+  CHAR_DOT,                  /* . */
+  CHAR_EXCLAMATION_MARK,     /* ! */
+  CHAR_FORWARD_SLASH,        /* / */
+  CHAR_LEFT_CURLY_BRACE,     /* { */
+  CHAR_LEFT_PARENTHESES,     /* ( */
+  CHAR_LEFT_SQUARE_BRACKET,  /* [ */
+  CHAR_PLUS,                 /* + */
+  CHAR_QUESTION_MARK,        /* ? */
+  CHAR_RIGHT_CURLY_BRACE,    /* } */
+  CHAR_RIGHT_PARENTHESES,    /* ) */
+  CHAR_RIGHT_SQUARE_BRACKET  /* ] */
+} = __webpack_require__(199);
+
+const isPathSeparator = code => {
+  return code === CHAR_FORWARD_SLASH || code === CHAR_BACKWARD_SLASH;
+};
+
+const depth = token => {
+  if (token.isPrefix !== true) {
+    token.depth = token.isGlobstar ? Infinity : 1;
+  }
+};
+
+/**
+ * Quickly scans a glob pattern and returns an object with a handful of
+ * useful properties, like `isGlob`, `path` (the leading non-glob, if it exists),
+ * `glob` (the actual pattern), and `negated` (true if the path starts with `!`).
+ *
+ * ```js
+ * const pm = require('picomatch');
+ * console.log(pm.scan('foo/bar/*.js'));
+ * { isGlob: true, input: 'foo/bar/*.js', base: 'foo/bar', glob: '*.js' }
+ * ```
+ * @param {String} `str`
+ * @param {Object} `options`
+ * @return {Object} Returns an object with tokens and regex source string.
+ * @api public
+ */
+
+const scan = (input, options) => {
+  const opts = options || {};
+
+  const length = input.length - 1;
+  const scanToEnd = opts.parts === true || opts.scanToEnd === true;
+  const slashes = [];
+  const tokens = [];
+  const parts = [];
+
+  let str = input;
+  let index = -1;
+  let start = 0;
+  let lastIndex = 0;
+  let isBrace = false;
+  let isBracket = false;
+  let isGlob = false;
+  let isExtglob = false;
+  let isGlobstar = false;
+  let braceEscaped = false;
+  let backslashes = false;
+  let negated = false;
+  let finished = false;
+  let braces = 0;
+  let prev;
+  let code;
+  let token = { value: '', depth: 0, isGlob: false };
+
+  const eos = () => index >= length;
+  const peek = () => str.charCodeAt(index + 1);
+  const advance = () => {
+    prev = code;
+    return str.charCodeAt(++index);
+  };
+
+  while (index < length) {
+    code = advance();
+    let next;
+
+    if (code === CHAR_BACKWARD_SLASH) {
+      backslashes = token.backslashes = true;
+      code = advance();
+
+      if (code === CHAR_LEFT_CURLY_BRACE) {
+        braceEscaped = true;
+      }
+      continue;
+    }
+
+    if (braceEscaped === true || code === CHAR_LEFT_CURLY_BRACE) {
+      braces++;
+
+      while (eos() !== true && (code = advance())) {
+        if (code === CHAR_BACKWARD_SLASH) {
+          backslashes = token.backslashes = true;
+          advance();
+          continue;
+        }
+
+        if (code === CHAR_LEFT_CURLY_BRACE) {
+          braces++;
+          continue;
+        }
+
+        if (braceEscaped !== true && code === CHAR_DOT && (code = advance()) === CHAR_DOT) {
+          isBrace = token.isBrace = true;
+          isGlob = token.isGlob = true;
+          finished = true;
+
+          if (scanToEnd === true) {
+            continue;
+          }
+
+          break;
+        }
+
+        if (braceEscaped !== true && code === CHAR_COMMA) {
+          isBrace = token.isBrace = true;
+          isGlob = token.isGlob = true;
+          finished = true;
+
+          if (scanToEnd === true) {
+            continue;
+          }
+
+          break;
+        }
+
+        if (code === CHAR_RIGHT_CURLY_BRACE) {
+          braces--;
+
+          if (braces === 0) {
+            braceEscaped = false;
+            isBrace = token.isBrace = true;
+            finished = true;
+            break;
+          }
+        }
+      }
+
+      if (scanToEnd === true) {
+        continue;
+      }
+
+      break;
+    }
+
+    if (code === CHAR_FORWARD_SLASH) {
+      slashes.push(index);
+      tokens.push(token);
+      token = { value: '', depth: 0, isGlob: false };
+
+      if (finished === true) continue;
+      if (prev === CHAR_DOT && index === (start + 1)) {
+        start += 2;
+        continue;
+      }
+
+      lastIndex = index + 1;
+      continue;
+    }
+
+    if (opts.noext !== true) {
+      const isExtglobChar = code === CHAR_PLUS
+        || code === CHAR_AT
+        || code === CHAR_ASTERISK
+        || code === CHAR_QUESTION_MARK
+        || code === CHAR_EXCLAMATION_MARK;
+
+      if (isExtglobChar === true && peek() === CHAR_LEFT_PARENTHESES) {
+        isGlob = token.isGlob = true;
+        isExtglob = token.isExtglob = true;
+        finished = true;
+
+        if (scanToEnd === true) {
+          while (eos() !== true && (code = advance())) {
+            if (code === CHAR_BACKWARD_SLASH) {
+              backslashes = token.backslashes = true;
+              code = advance();
+              continue;
+            }
+
+            if (code === CHAR_RIGHT_PARENTHESES) {
+              isGlob = token.isGlob = true;
+              finished = true;
+              break;
+            }
+          }
+          continue;
+        }
+        break;
+      }
+    }
+
+    if (code === CHAR_ASTERISK) {
+      if (prev === CHAR_ASTERISK) isGlobstar = token.isGlobstar = true;
+      isGlob = token.isGlob = true;
+      finished = true;
+
+      if (scanToEnd === true) {
+        continue;
+      }
+      break;
+    }
+
+    if (code === CHAR_QUESTION_MARK) {
+      isGlob = token.isGlob = true;
+      finished = true;
+
+      if (scanToEnd === true) {
+        continue;
+      }
+      break;
+    }
+
+    if (code === CHAR_LEFT_SQUARE_BRACKET) {
+      while (eos() !== true && (next = advance())) {
+        if (next === CHAR_BACKWARD_SLASH) {
+          backslashes = token.backslashes = true;
+          advance();
+          continue;
+        }
+
+        if (next === CHAR_RIGHT_SQUARE_BRACKET) {
+          isBracket = token.isBracket = true;
+          isGlob = token.isGlob = true;
+          finished = true;
+
+          if (scanToEnd === true) {
+            continue;
+          }
+          break;
+        }
+      }
+    }
+
+    if (opts.nonegate !== true && code === CHAR_EXCLAMATION_MARK && index === start) {
+      negated = token.negated = true;
+      start++;
+      continue;
+    }
+
+    if (opts.noparen !== true && code === CHAR_LEFT_PARENTHESES) {
+      isGlob = token.isGlob = true;
+
+      if (scanToEnd === true) {
+        while (eos() !== true && (code = advance())) {
+          if (code === CHAR_LEFT_PARENTHESES) {
+            backslashes = token.backslashes = true;
+            code = advance();
+            continue;
+          }
+
+          if (code === CHAR_RIGHT_PARENTHESES) {
+            finished = true;
+            break;
+          }
+        }
+        continue;
+      }
+      break;
+    }
+
+    if (isGlob === true) {
+      finished = true;
+
+      if (scanToEnd === true) {
+        continue;
+      }
+
+      break;
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (opts.noext === true) {
+    isExtglob = false;
+    isGlob = false;
+  }
+
+  let base = str;
+  let prefix = '';
+  let glob = '';
+
+  if (start > 0) {
+    prefix = str.slice(0, start);
+    str = str.slice(start);
+    lastIndex -= start;
+  }
+
+  if (base && isGlob === true && lastIndex > 0) {
+    base = str.slice(0, lastIndex);
+    glob = str.slice(lastIndex);
+  } else if (isGlob === true) {
+    base = '';
+    glob = str;
+  } else {
+    base = str;
+  }
+
+  if (base && base !== '' && base !== '/' && base !== str) {
+    if (isPathSeparator(base.charCodeAt(base.length - 1))) {
+      base = base.slice(0, -1);
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (opts.unescape === true) {
+    if (glob) glob = utils.removeBackslashes(glob);
+
+    if (base && backslashes === true) {
+      base = utils.removeBackslashes(base);
+    }
+  }
+
+  const state = {
+    prefix,
+    input,
+    start,
+    base,
+    glob,
+    isBrace,
+    isBracket,
+    isGlob,
+    isExtglob,
+    isGlobstar,
+    negated
+  };
+
+  if (opts.tokens === true) {
+    state.maxDepth = 0;
+    if (!isPathSeparator(code)) {
+      tokens.push(token);
+    }
+    state.tokens = tokens;
+  }
+
+  if (opts.parts === true || opts.tokens === true) {
+    let prevIndex;
+
+    for (let idx = 0; idx < slashes.length; idx++) {
+      const n = prevIndex ? prevIndex + 1 : start;
+      const i = slashes[idx];
+      const value = input.slice(n, i);
+      if (opts.tokens) {
+        if (idx === 0 && start !== 0) {
+          tokens[idx].isPrefix = true;
+          tokens[idx].value = prefix;
+        } else {
+          tokens[idx].value = value;
+        }
+        depth(tokens[idx]);
+        state.maxDepth += tokens[idx].depth;
+      }
+      if (idx !== 0 || value !== '') {
+        parts.push(value);
+      }
+      prevIndex = i;
+    }
+
+    if (prevIndex && prevIndex + 1 < input.length) {
+      const value = input.slice(prevIndex + 1);
+      parts.push(value);
+
+      if (opts.tokens) {
+        tokens[tokens.length - 1].value = value;
+        depth(tokens[tokens.length - 1]);
+        state.maxDepth += tokens[tokens.length - 1].depth;
+      }
+    }
+
+    state.slashes = slashes;
+    state.parts = parts;
+  }
+
+  return state;
+};
+
+module.exports = scan;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 539:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+const url = __webpack_require__(835);
+const http = __webpack_require__(605);
+const https = __webpack_require__(211);
+const pm = __webpack_require__(950);
+let tunnel;
+var HttpCodes;
+(function (HttpCodes) {
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["OK"] = 200] = "OK";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["MultipleChoices"] = 300] = "MultipleChoices";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["MovedPermanently"] = 301] = "MovedPermanently";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["ResourceMoved"] = 302] = "ResourceMoved";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["SeeOther"] = 303] = "SeeOther";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["NotModified"] = 304] = "NotModified";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["UseProxy"] = 305] = "UseProxy";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["SwitchProxy"] = 306] = "SwitchProxy";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["TemporaryRedirect"] = 307] = "TemporaryRedirect";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["PermanentRedirect"] = 308] = "PermanentRedirect";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["BadRequest"] = 400] = "BadRequest";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["Unauthorized"] = 401] = "Unauthorized";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["PaymentRequired"] = 402] = "PaymentRequired";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["Forbidden"] = 403] = "Forbidden";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["NotFound"] = 404] = "NotFound";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["MethodNotAllowed"] = 405] = "MethodNotAllowed";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["NotAcceptable"] = 406] = "NotAcceptable";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["ProxyAuthenticationRequired"] = 407] = "ProxyAuthenticationRequired";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["RequestTimeout"] = 408] = "RequestTimeout";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["Conflict"] = 409] = "Conflict";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["Gone"] = 410] = "Gone";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["TooManyRequests"] = 429] = "TooManyRequests";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["InternalServerError"] = 500] = "InternalServerError";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["NotImplemented"] = 501] = "NotImplemented";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["BadGateway"] = 502] = "BadGateway";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["ServiceUnavailable"] = 503] = "ServiceUnavailable";
+    HttpCodes[HttpCodes["GatewayTimeout"] = 504] = "GatewayTimeout";
+})(HttpCodes = exports.HttpCodes || (exports.HttpCodes = {}));
+var Headers;
+(function (Headers) {
+    Headers["Accept"] = "accept";
+    Headers["ContentType"] = "content-type";
+})(Headers = exports.Headers || (exports.Headers = {}));
+var MediaTypes;
+(function (MediaTypes) {
+    MediaTypes["ApplicationJson"] = "application/json";
+})(MediaTypes = exports.MediaTypes || (exports.MediaTypes = {}));
+/**
+ * Returns the proxy URL, depending upon the supplied url and proxy environment variables.
+ * @param serverUrl  The server URL where the request will be sent. For example, https://api.github.com
+ */
+function getProxyUrl(serverUrl) {
+    let proxyUrl = pm.getProxyUrl(url.parse(serverUrl));
+    return proxyUrl ? proxyUrl.href : '';
+}
+exports.getProxyUrl = getProxyUrl;
+const HttpRedirectCodes = [
+    HttpCodes.MovedPermanently,
+    HttpCodes.ResourceMoved,
+    HttpCodes.SeeOther,
+    HttpCodes.TemporaryRedirect,
+    HttpCodes.PermanentRedirect
+];
+const HttpResponseRetryCodes = [
+    HttpCodes.BadGateway,
+    HttpCodes.ServiceUnavailable,
+    HttpCodes.GatewayTimeout
+];
+const RetryableHttpVerbs = ['OPTIONS', 'GET', 'DELETE', 'HEAD'];
+const ExponentialBackoffCeiling = 10;
+const ExponentialBackoffTimeSlice = 5;
+class HttpClientResponse {
+    constructor(message) {
+        this.message = message;
+    }
+    readBody() {
+        return new Promise(async (resolve, reject) => {
+            let output = Buffer.alloc(0);
+            this.message.on('data', (chunk) => {
+                output = Buffer.concat([output, chunk]);
+            });
+            this.message.on('end', () => {
+                resolve(output.toString());
+            });
+        });
+    }
+}
+exports.HttpClientResponse = HttpClientResponse;
+function isHttps(requestUrl) {
+    let parsedUrl = url.parse(requestUrl);
+    return parsedUrl.protocol === 'https:';
+}
+exports.isHttps = isHttps;
+class HttpClient {
+    constructor(userAgent, handlers, requestOptions) {
+        this._ignoreSslError = false;
+        this._allowRedirects = true;
+        this._allowRedirectDowngrade = false;
+        this._maxRedirects = 50;
+        this._allowRetries = false;
+        this._maxRetries = 1;
+        this._keepAlive = false;
+        this._disposed = false;
+        this.userAgent = userAgent;
+        this.handlers = handlers || [];
+        this.requestOptions = requestOptions;
+        if (requestOptions) {
+            if (requestOptions.ignoreSslError != null) {
+                this._ignoreSslError = requestOptions.ignoreSslError;
+            }
+            this._socketTimeout = requestOptions.socketTimeout;
+            if (requestOptions.allowRedirects != null) {
+                this._allowRedirects = requestOptions.allowRedirects;
+            }
+            if (requestOptions.allowRedirectDowngrade != null) {
+                this._allowRedirectDowngrade = requestOptions.allowRedirectDowngrade;
+            }
+            if (requestOptions.maxRedirects != null) {
+                this._maxRedirects = Math.max(requestOptions.maxRedirects, 0);
+            }
+            if (requestOptions.keepAlive != null) {
+                this._keepAlive = requestOptions.keepAlive;
+            }
+            if (requestOptions.allowRetries != null) {
+                this._allowRetries = requestOptions.allowRetries;
+            }
+            if (requestOptions.maxRetries != null) {
+                this._maxRetries = requestOptions.maxRetries;
+            }
+        }
+    }
+    options(requestUrl, additionalHeaders) {
+        return this.request('OPTIONS', requestUrl, null, additionalHeaders || {});
+    }
+    get(requestUrl, additionalHeaders) {
+        return this.request('GET', requestUrl, null, additionalHeaders || {});
+    }
+    del(requestUrl, additionalHeaders) {
+        return this.request('DELETE', requestUrl, null, additionalHeaders || {});
+    }
+    post(requestUrl, data, additionalHeaders) {
+        return this.request('POST', requestUrl, data, additionalHeaders || {});
+    }
+    patch(requestUrl, data, additionalHeaders) {
+        return this.request('PATCH', requestUrl, data, additionalHeaders || {});
+    }
+    put(requestUrl, data, additionalHeaders) {
+        return this.request('PUT', requestUrl, data, additionalHeaders || {});
+    }
+    head(requestUrl, additionalHeaders) {
+        return this.request('HEAD', requestUrl, null, additionalHeaders || {});
+    }
+    sendStream(verb, requestUrl, stream, additionalHeaders) {
+        return this.request(verb, requestUrl, stream, additionalHeaders);
+    }
+    /**
+     * Gets a typed object from an endpoint
+     * Be aware that not found returns a null.  Other errors (4xx, 5xx) reject the promise
+     */
+    async getJson(requestUrl, additionalHeaders = {}) {
+        additionalHeaders[Headers.Accept] = this._getExistingOrDefaultHeader(additionalHeaders, Headers.Accept, MediaTypes.ApplicationJson);
+        let res = await this.get(requestUrl, additionalHeaders);
+        return this._processResponse(res, this.requestOptions);
+    }
+    async postJson(requestUrl, obj, additionalHeaders = {}) {
+        let data = JSON.stringify(obj, null, 2);
+        additionalHeaders[Headers.Accept] = this._getExistingOrDefaultHeader(additionalHeaders, Headers.Accept, MediaTypes.ApplicationJson);
+        additionalHeaders[Headers.ContentType] = this._getExistingOrDefaultHeader(additionalHeaders, Headers.ContentType, MediaTypes.ApplicationJson);
+        let res = await this.post(requestUrl, data, additionalHeaders);
+        return this._processResponse(res, this.requestOptions);
+    }
+    async putJson(requestUrl, obj, additionalHeaders = {}) {
+        let data = JSON.stringify(obj, null, 2);
+        additionalHeaders[Headers.Accept] = this._getExistingOrDefaultHeader(additionalHeaders, Headers.Accept, MediaTypes.ApplicationJson);
+        additionalHeaders[Headers.ContentType] = this._getExistingOrDefaultHeader(additionalHeaders, Headers.ContentType, MediaTypes.ApplicationJson);
+        let res = await this.put(requestUrl, data, additionalHeaders);
+        return this._processResponse(res, this.requestOptions);
+    }
+    async patchJson(requestUrl, obj, additionalHeaders = {}) {
+        let data = JSON.stringify(obj, null, 2);
+        additionalHeaders[Headers.Accept] = this._getExistingOrDefaultHeader(additionalHeaders, Headers.Accept, MediaTypes.ApplicationJson);
+        additionalHeaders[Headers.ContentType] = this._getExistingOrDefaultHeader(additionalHeaders, Headers.ContentType, MediaTypes.ApplicationJson);
+        let res = await this.patch(requestUrl, data, additionalHeaders);
+        return this._processResponse(res, this.requestOptions);
+    }
+    /**
+     * Makes a raw http request.
+     * All other methods such as get, post, patch, and request ultimately call this.
+     * Prefer get, del, post and patch
+     */
+    async request(verb, requestUrl, data, headers) {
+        if (this._disposed) {
+            throw new Error('Client has already been disposed.');
+        }
+        let parsedUrl = url.parse(requestUrl);
+        let info = this._prepareRequest(verb, parsedUrl, headers);
+        // Only perform retries on reads since writes may not be idempotent.
+        let maxTries = this._allowRetries && RetryableHttpVerbs.indexOf(verb) != -1
+            ? this._maxRetries + 1
+            : 1;
+        let numTries = 0;
+        let response;
+        while (numTries < maxTries) {
+            response = await this.requestRaw(info, data);
+            // Check if it's an authentication challenge
+            if (response &&
+                response.message &&
+                response.message.statusCode === HttpCodes.Unauthorized) {
+                let authenticationHandler;
+                for (let i = 0; i < this.handlers.length; i++) {
+                    if (this.handlers[i].canHandleAuthentication(response)) {
+                        authenticationHandler = this.handlers[i];
+                        break;
+                    }
+                }
+                if (authenticationHandler) {
+                    return authenticationHandler.handleAuthentication(this, info, data);
+                }
+                else {
+                    // We have received an unauthorized response but have no handlers to handle it.
+                    // Let the response return to the caller.
+                    return response;
+                }
+            }
+            let redirectsRemaining = this._maxRedirects;
+            while (HttpRedirectCodes.indexOf(response.message.statusCode) != -1 &&
+                this._allowRedirects &&
+                redirectsRemaining > 0) {
+                const redirectUrl = response.message.headers['location'];
+                if (!redirectUrl) {
+                    // if there's no location to redirect to, we won't
+                    break;
+                }
+                let parsedRedirectUrl = url.parse(redirectUrl);
+                if (parsedUrl.protocol == 'https:' &&
+                    parsedUrl.protocol != parsedRedirectUrl.protocol &&
+                    !this._allowRedirectDowngrade) {
+                    throw new Error('Redirect from HTTPS to HTTP protocol. This downgrade is not allowed for security reasons. If you want to allow this behavior, set the allowRedirectDowngrade option to true.');
+                }
+                // we need to finish reading the response before reassigning response
+                // which will leak the open socket.
+                await response.readBody();
+                // strip authorization header if redirected to a different hostname
+                if (parsedRedirectUrl.hostname !== parsedUrl.hostname) {
+                    for (let header in headers) {
+                        // header names are case insensitive
+                        if (header.toLowerCase() === 'authorization') {
+                            delete headers[header];
+                        }
+                    }
+                }
+                // let's make the request with the new redirectUrl
+                info = this._prepareRequest(verb, parsedRedirectUrl, headers);
+                response = await this.requestRaw(info, data);
+                redirectsRemaining--;
+            }
+            if (HttpResponseRetryCodes.indexOf(response.message.statusCode) == -1) {
+                // If not a retry code, return immediately instead of retrying
+                return response;
+            }
+            numTries += 1;
+            if (numTries < maxTries) {
+                await response.readBody();
+                await this._performExponentialBackoff(numTries);
+            }
+        }
+        return response;
+    }
+    /**
+     * Needs to be called if keepAlive is set to true in request options.
+     */
+    dispose() {
+        if (this._agent) {
+            this._agent.destroy();
+        }
+        this._disposed = true;
+    }
+    /**
+     * Raw request.
+     * @param info
+     * @param data
+     */
+    requestRaw(info, data) {
+        return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
+            let callbackForResult = function (err, res) {
+                if (err) {
+                    reject(err);
+                }
+                resolve(res);
+            };
+            this.requestRawWithCallback(info, data, callbackForResult);
+        });
+    }
+    /**
+     * Raw request with callback.
+     * @param info
+     * @param data
+     * @param onResult
+     */
+    requestRawWithCallback(info, data, onResult) {
+        let socket;
+        if (typeof data === 'string') {
+            info.options.headers['Content-Length'] = Buffer.byteLength(data, 'utf8');
+        }
+        let callbackCalled = false;
+        let handleResult = (err, res) => {
+            if (!callbackCalled) {
+                callbackCalled = true;
+                onResult(err, res);
+            }
+        };
+        let req = info.httpModule.request(info.options, (msg) => {
+            let res = new HttpClientResponse(msg);
+            handleResult(null, res);
+        });
+        req.on('socket', sock => {
+            socket = sock;
+        });
+        // If we ever get disconnected, we want the socket to timeout eventually
+        req.setTimeout(this._socketTimeout || 3 * 60000, () => {
+            if (socket) {
+                socket.end();
+            }
+            handleResult(new Error('Request timeout: ' + info.options.path), null);
+        });
+        req.on('error', function (err) {
+            // err has statusCode property
+            // res should have headers
+            handleResult(err, null);
+        });
+        if (data && typeof data === 'string') {
+            req.write(data, 'utf8');
+        }
+        if (data && typeof data !== 'string') {
+            data.on('close', function () {
+                req.end();
+            });
+            data.pipe(req);
+        }
+        else {
+            req.end();
+        }
+    }
+    /**
+     * Gets an http agent. This function is useful when you need an http agent that handles
+     * routing through a proxy server - depending upon the url and proxy environment variables.
+     * @param serverUrl  The server URL where the request will be sent. For example, https://api.github.com
+     */
+    getAgent(serverUrl) {
+        let parsedUrl = url.parse(serverUrl);
+        return this._getAgent(parsedUrl);
+    }
+    _prepareRequest(method, requestUrl, headers) {
+        const info = {};
+        info.parsedUrl = requestUrl;
+        const usingSsl = info.parsedUrl.protocol === 'https:';
+        info.httpModule = usingSsl ? https : http;
+        const defaultPort = usingSsl ? 443 : 80;
+        info.options = {};
+        info.options.host = info.parsedUrl.hostname;
+        info.options.port = info.parsedUrl.port
+            ? parseInt(info.parsedUrl.port)
+            : defaultPort;
+        info.options.path =
+            (info.parsedUrl.pathname || '') + (info.parsedUrl.search || '');
+        info.options.method = method;
+        info.options.headers = this._mergeHeaders(headers);
+        if (this.userAgent != null) {
+            info.options.headers['user-agent'] = this.userAgent;
+        }
+        info.options.agent = this._getAgent(info.parsedUrl);
+        // gives handlers an opportunity to participate
+        if (this.handlers) {
+            this.handlers.forEach(handler => {
+                handler.prepareRequest(info.options);
+            });
+        }
+        return info;
+    }
+    _mergeHeaders(headers) {
+        const lowercaseKeys = obj => Object.keys(obj).reduce((c, k) => ((c[k.toLowerCase()] = obj[k]), c), {});
+        if (this.requestOptions && this.requestOptions.headers) {
+            return Object.assign({}, lowercaseKeys(this.requestOptions.headers), lowercaseKeys(headers));
+        }
+        return lowercaseKeys(headers || {});
+    }
+    _getExistingOrDefaultHeader(additionalHeaders, header, _default) {
+        const lowercaseKeys = obj => Object.keys(obj).reduce((c, k) => ((c[k.toLowerCase()] = obj[k]), c), {});
+        let clientHeader;
+        if (this.requestOptions && this.requestOptions.headers) {
+            clientHeader = lowercaseKeys(this.requestOptions.headers)[header];
+        }
+        return additionalHeaders[header] || clientHeader || _default;
+    }
+    _getAgent(parsedUrl) {
+        let agent;
+        let proxyUrl = pm.getProxyUrl(parsedUrl);
+        let useProxy = proxyUrl && proxyUrl.hostname;
+        if (this._keepAlive && useProxy) {
+            agent = this._proxyAgent;
+        }
+        if (this._keepAlive && !useProxy) {
+            agent = this._agent;
+        }
+        // if agent is already assigned use that agent.
+        if (!!agent) {
+            return agent;
+        }
+        const usingSsl = parsedUrl.protocol === 'https:';
+        let maxSockets = 100;
+        if (!!this.requestOptions) {
+            maxSockets = this.requestOptions.maxSockets || http.globalAgent.maxSockets;
+        }
+        if (useProxy) {
+            // If using proxy, need tunnel
+            if (!tunnel) {
+                tunnel = __webpack_require__(856);
+            }
+            const agentOptions = {
+                maxSockets: maxSockets,
+                keepAlive: this._keepAlive,
+                proxy: {
+                    proxyAuth: proxyUrl.auth,
+                    host: proxyUrl.hostname,
+                    port: proxyUrl.port
+                }
+            };
+            let tunnelAgent;
+            const overHttps = proxyUrl.protocol === 'https:';
+            if (usingSsl) {
+                tunnelAgent = overHttps ? tunnel.httpsOverHttps : tunnel.httpsOverHttp;
+            }
+            else {
+                tunnelAgent = overHttps ? tunnel.httpOverHttps : tunnel.httpOverHttp;
+            }
+            agent = tunnelAgent(agentOptions);
+            this._proxyAgent = agent;
+        }
+        // if reusing agent across request and tunneling agent isn't assigned create a new agent
+        if (this._keepAlive && !agent) {
+            const options = { keepAlive: this._keepAlive, maxSockets: maxSockets };
+            agent = usingSsl ? new https.Agent(options) : new http.Agent(options);
+            this._agent = agent;
+        }
+        // if not using private agent and tunnel agent isn't setup then use global agent
+        if (!agent) {
+            agent = usingSsl ? https.globalAgent : http.globalAgent;
+        }
+        if (usingSsl && this._ignoreSslError) {
+            // we don't want to set NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED=0 since that will affect request for entire process
+            // http.RequestOptions doesn't expose a way to modify RequestOptions.agent.options
+            // we have to cast it to any and change it directly
+            agent.options = Object.assign(agent.options || {}, {
+                rejectUnauthorized: false
+            });
+        }
+        return agent;
+    }
+    _performExponentialBackoff(retryNumber) {
+        retryNumber = Math.min(ExponentialBackoffCeiling, retryNumber);
+        const ms = ExponentialBackoffTimeSlice * Math.pow(2, retryNumber);
+        return new Promise(resolve => setTimeout(() => resolve(), ms));
+    }
+    static dateTimeDeserializer(key, value) {
+        if (typeof value === 'string') {
+            let a = new Date(value);
+            if (!isNaN(a.valueOf())) {
+                return a;
+            }
+        }
+        return value;
+    }
+    async _processResponse(res, options) {
+        return new Promise(async (resolve, reject) => {
+            const statusCode = res.message.statusCode;
+            const response = {
+                statusCode: statusCode,
+                result: null,
+                headers: {}
+            };
+            // not found leads to null obj returned
+            if (statusCode == HttpCodes.NotFound) {
+                resolve(response);
+            }
+            let obj;
+            let contents;
+            // get the result from the body
+            try {
+                contents = await res.readBody();
+                if (contents && contents.length > 0) {
+                    if (options && options.deserializeDates) {
+                        obj = JSON.parse(contents, HttpClient.dateTimeDeserializer);
+                    }
+                    else {
+                        obj = JSON.parse(contents);
+                    }
+                    response.result = obj;
+                }
+                response.headers = res.message.headers;
+            }
+            catch (err) {
+                // Invalid resource (contents not json);  leaving result obj null
+            }
+            // note that 3xx redirects are handled by the http layer.
+            if (statusCode > 299) {
+                let msg;
+                // if exception/error in body, attempt to get better error
+                if (obj && obj.message) {
+                    msg = obj.message;
+                }
+                else if (contents && contents.length > 0) {
+                    // it may be the case that the exception is in the body message as string
+                    msg = contents;
+                }
+                else {
+                    msg = 'Failed request: (' + statusCode + ')';
+                }
+                let err = new Error(msg);
+                // attach statusCode and body obj (if available) to the error object
+                err['statusCode'] = statusCode;
+                if (response.result) {
+                    err['result'] = response.result;
+                }
+                reject(err);
+            }
+            else {
+                resolve(response);
+            }
+        });
+    }
+}
+exports.HttpClient = HttpClient;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 548:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+/*!
+ * isobject <https://github.com/jonschlinkert/isobject>
+ *
+ * Copyright (c) 2014-2017, Jon Schlinkert.
+ * Released under the MIT License.
+ */
+
+function isObject(val) {
+  return val != null && typeof val === 'object' && Array.isArray(val) === false;
+}
+
+/*!
+ * is-plain-object <https://github.com/jonschlinkert/is-plain-object>
+ *
+ * Copyright (c) 2014-2017, Jon Schlinkert.
+ * Released under the MIT License.
+ */
+
+function isObjectObject(o) {
+  return isObject(o) === true
+    && Object.prototype.toString.call(o) === '[object Object]';
+}
+
+function isPlainObject(o) {
+  var ctor,prot;
+
+  if (isObjectObject(o) === false) return false;
+
+  // If has modified constructor
+  ctor = o.constructor;
+  if (typeof ctor !== 'function') return false;
+
+  // If has modified prototype
+  prot = ctor.prototype;
+  if (isObjectObject(prot) === false) return false;
+
+  // If constructor does not have an Object-specific method
+  if (prot.hasOwnProperty('isPrototypeOf') === false) {
+    return false;
+  }
+
+  // Most likely a plain Object
+  return true;
+}
+
+module.exports = isPlainObject;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 550:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = getNextPage
+
+const getPage = __webpack_require__(265)
+
+function getNextPage (octokit, link, headers) {
+  return getPage(octokit, link, 'next', headers)
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 556:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+"use strict";
+// YAML error class. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8458984
+//
+
+
+function YAMLException(reason, mark) {
+  // Super constructor
+  Error.call(this);
+
+  this.name = 'YAMLException';
+  this.reason = reason;
+  this.mark = mark;
+  this.message = (this.reason || '(unknown reason)') + (this.mark ? ' ' + this.mark.toString() : '');
+
+  // Include stack trace in error object
+  if (Error.captureStackTrace) {
+    // Chrome and NodeJS
+    Error.captureStackTrace(this, this.constructor);
+  } else {
+    // FF, IE 10+ and Safari 6+. Fallback for others
+    this.stack = (new Error()).stack || '';
+  }
+}
+
+
+// Inherit from Error
+YAMLException.prototype = Object.create(Error.prototype);
+YAMLException.prototype.constructor = YAMLException;
+
+
+YAMLException.prototype.toString = function toString(compact) {
+  var result = this.name + ': ';
+
+  result += this.reason || '(unknown reason)';
+
+  if (!compact && this.mark) {
+    result += ' ' + this.mark.toString();
+  }
+
+  return result;
+};
+
+
+module.exports = YAMLException;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 558:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = hasPreviousPage
+
+const deprecate = __webpack_require__(370)
+const getPageLinks = __webpack_require__(577)
+
+function hasPreviousPage (link) {
+  deprecate(`octokit.hasPreviousPage() – You can use octokit.paginate or async iterators instead: https://github.com/octokit/rest.js#pagination.`)
+  return getPageLinks(link).prev
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 563:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = getPreviousPage
+
+const getPage = __webpack_require__(265)
+
+function getPreviousPage (octokit, link, headers) {
+  return getPage(octokit, link, 'prev', headers)
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 568:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+const path = __webpack_require__(622);
+const niceTry = __webpack_require__(948);
+const resolveCommand = __webpack_require__(489);
+const escape = __webpack_require__(462);
+const readShebang = __webpack_require__(389);
+const semver = __webpack_require__(48);
+
+const isWin = process.platform === 'win32';
+const isExecutableRegExp = /\.(?:com|exe)$/i;
+const isCmdShimRegExp = /node_modules[\\/].bin[\\/][^\\/]+\.cmd$/i;
+
+// `options.shell` is supported in Node ^4.8.0, ^5.7.0 and >= 6.0.0
+const supportsShellOption = niceTry(() => semver.satisfies(process.version, '^4.8.0 || ^5.7.0 || >= 6.0.0', true)) || false;
+
+function detectShebang(parsed) {
+    parsed.file = resolveCommand(parsed);
+
+    const shebang = parsed.file && readShebang(parsed.file);
+
+    if (shebang) {
+        parsed.args.unshift(parsed.file);
+        parsed.command = shebang;
+
+        return resolveCommand(parsed);
+    }
+
+    return parsed.file;
+}
+
+function parseNonShell(parsed) {
+    if (!isWin) {
+        return parsed;
+    }
+
+    // Detect & add support for shebangs
+    const commandFile = detectShebang(parsed);
+
+    // We don't need a shell if the command filename is an executable
+    const needsShell = !isExecutableRegExp.test(commandFile);
+
+    // If a shell is required, use cmd.exe and take care of escaping everything correctly
+    // Note that `forceShell` is an hidden option used only in tests
+    if (parsed.options.forceShell || needsShell) {
+        // Need to double escape meta chars if the command is a cmd-shim located in `node_modules/.bin/`
+        // The cmd-shim simply calls execute the package bin file with NodeJS, proxying any argument
+        // Because the escape of metachars with ^ gets interpreted when the cmd.exe is first called,
+        // we need to double escape them
+        const needsDoubleEscapeMetaChars = isCmdShimRegExp.test(commandFile);
+
+        // Normalize posix paths into OS compatible paths (e.g.: foo/bar -> foo\bar)
+        // This is necessary otherwise it will always fail with ENOENT in those cases
+        parsed.command = path.normalize(parsed.command);
+
+        // Escape command & arguments
+        parsed.command = escape.command(parsed.command);
+        parsed.args = parsed.args.map((arg) => escape.argument(arg, needsDoubleEscapeMetaChars));
+
+        const shellCommand = [parsed.command].concat(parsed.args).join(' ');
+
+        parsed.args = ['/d', '/s', '/c', `"${shellCommand}"`];
+        parsed.command = process.env.comspec || 'cmd.exe';
+        parsed.options.windowsVerbatimArguments = true; // Tell node's spawn that the arguments are already escaped
+    }
+
+    return parsed;
+}
+
+function parseShell(parsed) {
+    // If node supports the shell option, there's no need to mimic its behavior
+    if (supportsShellOption) {
+        return parsed;
+    }
+
+    // Mimic node shell option
+    // See https://github.com/nodejs/node/blob/b9f6a2dc059a1062776133f3d4fd848c4da7d150/lib/child_process.js#L335
+    const shellCommand = [parsed.command].concat(parsed.args).join(' ');
+
+    if (isWin) {
+        parsed.command = typeof parsed.options.shell === 'string' ? parsed.options.shell : process.env.comspec || 'cmd.exe';
+        parsed.args = ['/d', '/s', '/c', `"${shellCommand}"`];
+        parsed.options.windowsVerbatimArguments = true; // Tell node's spawn that the arguments are already escaped
+    } else {
+        if (typeof parsed.options.shell === 'string') {
+            parsed.command = parsed.options.shell;
+        } else if (process.platform === 'android') {
+            parsed.command = '/system/bin/sh';
+        } else {
+            parsed.command = '/bin/sh';
+        }
+
+        parsed.args = ['-c', shellCommand];
+    }
+
+    return parsed;
+}
+
+function parse(command, args, options) {
+    // Normalize arguments, similar to nodejs
+    if (args && !Array.isArray(args)) {
+        options = args;
+        args = null;
+    }
+
+    args = args ? args.slice(0) : []; // Clone array to avoid changing the original
+    options = Object.assign({}, options); // Clone object to avoid changing the original
+
+    // Build our parsed object
+    const parsed = {
+        command,
+        args,
+        options,
+        file: undefined,
+        original: {
+            command,
+            args,
+        },
+    };
+
+    // Delegate further parsing to shell or non-shell
+    return options.shell ? parseShell(parsed) : parseNonShell(parsed);
+}
+
+module.exports = parse;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 574:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var Type = __webpack_require__(945);
+
+module.exports = new Type('tag:yaml.org,2002:str', {
+  kind: 'scalar',
+  construct: function (data) { return data !== null ? data : ''; }
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 577:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = getPageLinks
+
+function getPageLinks (link) {
+  link = link.link || link.headers.link || ''
+
+  const links = {}
+
+  // link format:
+  // '<https://api.github.com/users/aseemk/followers?page=2>; rel="next", <https://api.github.com/users/aseemk/followers?page=2>; rel="last"'
+  link.replace(/<([^>]*)>;\s*rel="([\w]*)"/g, (m, uri, type) => {
+    links[type] = uri
+  })
+
+  return links
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 581:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+// Standard YAML's Failsafe schema.
+// http://www.yaml.org/spec/1.2/spec.html#id2802346
+
+
+
+
+
+var Schema = __webpack_require__(43);
+
+
+module.exports = new Schema({
+  explicit: [
+    __webpack_require__(574),
+    __webpack_require__(921),
+    __webpack_require__(988)
+  ]
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 605:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = require("http");
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 611:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+// Standard YAML's Core schema.
+// http://www.yaml.org/spec/1.2/spec.html#id2804923
+//
+// NOTE: JS-YAML does not support schema-specific tag resolution restrictions.
+// So, Core schema has no distinctions from JSON schema is JS-YAML.
+
+
+
+
+
+var Schema = __webpack_require__(43);
+
+
+module.exports = new Schema({
+  include: [
+    __webpack_require__(23)
+  ]
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 614:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = require("events");
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 619:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+Object.defineProperty(exports, '__esModule', { value: true });
+
+function _interopDefault (ex) { return (ex && (typeof ex === 'object') && 'default' in ex) ? ex['default'] : ex; }
+
+var osName = _interopDefault(__webpack_require__(2));
+
+function getUserAgent() {
+  try {
+    return `Node.js/${process.version.substr(1)} (${osName()}; ${process.arch})`;
+  } catch (error) {
+    if (/wmic os get Caption/.test(error.message)) {
+      return "Windows <version undetectable>";
+    }
+
+    throw error;
+  }
+}
+
+exports.getUserAgent = getUserAgent;
+//# sourceMappingURL=index.js.map
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 621:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+const path = __webpack_require__(622);
+const pathKey = __webpack_require__(39);
+
+module.exports = opts => {
+	opts = Object.assign({
+		cwd: process.cwd(),
+		path: process.env[pathKey()]
+	}, opts);
+
+	let prev;
+	let pth = path.resolve(opts.cwd);
+	const ret = [];
+
+	while (prev !== pth) {
+		ret.push(path.join(pth, 'node_modules/.bin'));
+		prev = pth;
+		pth = path.resolve(pth, '..');
+	}
+
+	// ensure the running `node` binary is used
+	ret.push(path.dirname(process.execPath));
+
+	return ret.concat(opts.path).join(path.delimiter);
+};
+
+module.exports.env = opts => {
+	opts = Object.assign({
+		env: process.env
+	}, opts);
+
+	const env = Object.assign({}, opts.env);
+	const path = pathKey({env});
+
+	opts.path = env[path];
+	env[path] = module.exports(opts);
+
+	return env;
+};
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 622:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = require("path");
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 626:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+/*!
+ * isobject <https://github.com/jonschlinkert/isobject>
+ *
+ * Copyright (c) 2014-2017, Jon Schlinkert.
+ * Released under the MIT License.
+ */
+
+function isObject(val) {
+  return val != null && typeof val === 'object' && Array.isArray(val) === false;
+}
+
+/*!
+ * is-plain-object <https://github.com/jonschlinkert/is-plain-object>
+ *
+ * Copyright (c) 2014-2017, Jon Schlinkert.
+ * Released under the MIT License.
+ */
+
+function isObjectObject(o) {
+  return isObject(o) === true
+    && Object.prototype.toString.call(o) === '[object Object]';
+}
+
+function isPlainObject(o) {
+  var ctor,prot;
+
+  if (isObjectObject(o) === false) return false;
+
+  // If has modified constructor
+  ctor = o.constructor;
+  if (typeof ctor !== 'function') return false;
+
+  // If has modified prototype
+  prot = ctor.prototype;
+  if (isObjectObject(prot) === false) return false;
+
+  // If constructor does not have an Object-specific method
+  if (prot.hasOwnProperty('isPrototypeOf') === false) {
+    return false;
+  }
+
+  // Most likely a plain Object
+  return true;
+}
+
+module.exports = isPlainObject;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 629:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var Type = __webpack_require__(945);
+
+function resolveJavascriptRegExp(data) {
+  if (data === null) return false;
+  if (data.length === 0) return false;
+
+  var regexp = data,
+      tail   = /\/([gim]*)$/.exec(data),
+      modifiers = '';
+
+  // if regexp starts with '/' it can have modifiers and must be properly closed
+  // `/foo/gim` - modifiers tail can be maximum 3 chars
+  if (regexp[0] === '/') {
+    if (tail) modifiers = tail[1];
+
+    if (modifiers.length > 3) return false;
+    // if expression starts with /, is should be properly terminated
+    if (regexp[regexp.length - modifiers.length - 1] !== '/') return false;
+  }
+
+  return true;
+}
+
+function constructJavascriptRegExp(data) {
+  var regexp = data,
+      tail   = /\/([gim]*)$/.exec(data),
+      modifiers = '';
+
+  // `/foo/gim` - tail can be maximum 4 chars
+  if (regexp[0] === '/') {
+    if (tail) modifiers = tail[1];
+    regexp = regexp.slice(1, regexp.length - modifiers.length - 1);
+  }
+
+  return new RegExp(regexp, modifiers);
+}
+
+function representJavascriptRegExp(object /*, style*/) {
+  var result = '/' + object.source + '/';
+
+  if (object.global) result += 'g';
+  if (object.multiline) result += 'm';
+  if (object.ignoreCase) result += 'i';
+
+  return result;
+}
+
+function isRegExp(object) {
+  return Object.prototype.toString.call(object) === '[object RegExp]';
+}
+
+module.exports = new Type('tag:yaml.org,2002:js/regexp', {
+  kind: 'scalar',
+  resolve: resolveJavascriptRegExp,
+  construct: constructJavascriptRegExp,
+  predicate: isRegExp,
+  represent: representJavascriptRegExp
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 631:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = require("net");
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 633:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+var Type = __webpack_require__(945);
+
+function resolveYamlMerge(data) {
+  return data === '<<' || data === null;
+}
+
+module.exports = new Type('tag:yaml.org,2002:merge', {
+  kind: 'scalar',
+  resolve: resolveYamlMerge
+});
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 649:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = getLastPage
+
+const getPage = __webpack_require__(265)
+
+function getLastPage (octokit, link, headers) {
+  return getPage(octokit, link, 'last', headers)
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 654:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+// This is not the set of all possible signals.
+//
+// It IS, however, the set of all signals that trigger
+// an exit on either Linux or BSD systems.  Linux is a
+// superset of the signal names supported on BSD, and
+// the unknown signals just fail to register, so we can
+// catch that easily enough.
+//
+// Don't bother with SIGKILL.  It's uncatchable, which
+// means that we can't fire any callbacks anyway.
+//
+// If a user does happen to register a handler on a non-
+// fatal signal like SIGWINCH or something, and then
+// exit, it'll end up firing `process.emit('exit')`, so
+// the handler will be fired anyway.
+//
+// SIGBUS, SIGFPE, SIGSEGV and SIGILL, when not raised
+// artificially, inherently leave the process in a
+// state from which it is not safe to try and enter JS
+// listeners.
+module.exports = [
+  'SIGABRT',
+  'SIGALRM',
+  'SIGHUP',
+  'SIGINT',
+  'SIGTERM'
+]
+
+if (process.platform !== 'win32') {
+  module.exports.push(
+    'SIGVTALRM',
+    'SIGXCPU',
+    'SIGXFSZ',
+    'SIGUSR2',
+    'SIGTRAP',
+    'SIGSYS',
+    'SIGQUIT',
+    'SIGIOT'
+    // should detect profiler and enable/disable accordingly.
+    // see #21
+    // 'SIGPROF'
+  )
+}
+
+if (process.platform === 'linux') {
+  module.exports.push(
+    'SIGIO',
+    'SIGPOLL',
+    'SIGPWR',
+    'SIGSTKFLT',
+    'SIGUNUSED'
+  )
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 669:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = require("util");
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 672:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+var __awaiter = (this && this.__awaiter) || function (thisArg, _arguments, P, generator) {
+    function adopt(value) { return value instanceof P ? value : new P(function (resolve) { resolve(value); }); }
+    return new (P || (P = Promise))(function (resolve, reject) {
+        function fulfilled(value) { try { step(generator.next(value)); } catch (e) { reject(e); } }
+        function rejected(value) { try { step(generator["throw"](value)); } catch (e) { reject(e); } }
+        function step(result) { result.done ? resolve(result.value) : adopt(result.value).then(fulfilled, rejected); }
+        step((generator = generator.apply(thisArg, _arguments || [])).next());
+    });
+};
+var _a;
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+const assert_1 = __webpack_require__(357);
+const fs = __webpack_require__(747);
+const path = __webpack_require__(622);
+_a = fs.promises, exports.chmod = _a.chmod, exports.copyFile = _a.copyFile, exports.lstat = _a.lstat, exports.mkdir = _a.mkdir, exports.readdir = _a.readdir, exports.readlink = _a.readlink, exports.rename = _a.rename, exports.rmdir = _a.rmdir, exports.stat = _a.stat, exports.symlink = _a.symlink, exports.unlink = _a.unlink;
+exports.IS_WINDOWS = process.platform === 'win32';
+function exists(fsPath) {
+    return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+        try {
+            yield exports.stat(fsPath);
+        }
+        catch (err) {
+            if (err.code === 'ENOENT') {
+                return false;
+            }
+            throw err;
+        }
+        return true;
+    });
+}
+exports.exists = exists;
+function isDirectory(fsPath, useStat = false) {
+    return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+        const stats = useStat ? yield exports.stat(fsPath) : yield exports.lstat(fsPath);
+        return stats.isDirectory();
+    });
+}
+exports.isDirectory = isDirectory;
+/**
+ * On OSX/Linux, true if path starts with '/'. On Windows, true for paths like:
+ * \, \hello, \\hello\share, C:, and C:\hello (and corresponding alternate separator cases).
+ */
+function isRooted(p) {
+    p = normalizeSeparators(p);
+    if (!p) {
+        throw new Error('isRooted() parameter "p" cannot be empty');
+    }
+    if (exports.IS_WINDOWS) {
+        return (p.startsWith('\\') || /^[A-Z]:/i.test(p) // e.g. \ or \hello or \\hello
+        ); // e.g. C: or C:\hello
+    }
+    return p.startsWith('/');
+}
+exports.isRooted = isRooted;
+/**
+ * Recursively create a directory at `fsPath`.
+ *
+ * This implementation is optimistic, meaning it attempts to create the full
+ * path first, and backs up the path stack from there.
+ *
+ * @param fsPath The path to create
+ * @param maxDepth The maximum recursion depth
+ * @param depth The current recursion depth
+ */
+function mkdirP(fsPath, maxDepth = 1000, depth = 1) {
+    return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+        assert_1.ok(fsPath, 'a path argument must be provided');
+        fsPath = path.resolve(fsPath);
+        if (depth >= maxDepth)
+            return exports.mkdir(fsPath);
+        try {
+            yield exports.mkdir(fsPath);
+            return;
+        }
+        catch (err) {
+            switch (err.code) {
+                case 'ENOENT': {
+                    yield mkdirP(path.dirname(fsPath), maxDepth, depth + 1);
+                    yield exports.mkdir(fsPath);
+                    return;
+                }
+                default: {
+                    let stats;
+                    try {
+                        stats = yield exports.stat(fsPath);
+                    }
+                    catch (err2) {
+                        throw err;
+                    }
+                    if (!stats.isDirectory())
+                        throw err;
+                }
+            }
+        }
+    });
+}
+exports.mkdirP = mkdirP;
+/**
+ * Best effort attempt to determine whether a file exists and is executable.
+ * @param filePath    file path to check
+ * @param extensions  additional file extensions to try
+ * @return if file exists and is executable, returns the file path. otherwise empty string.
+ */
+function tryGetExecutablePath(filePath, extensions) {
+    return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+        let stats = undefined;
+        try {
+            // test file exists
+            stats = yield exports.stat(filePath);
+        }
+        catch (err) {
+            if (err.code !== 'ENOENT') {
+                // eslint-disable-next-line no-console
+                console.log(`Unexpected error attempting to determine if executable file exists '${filePath}': ${err}`);
+            }
+        }
+        if (stats && stats.isFile()) {
+            if (exports.IS_WINDOWS) {
+                // on Windows, test for valid extension
+                const upperExt = path.extname(filePath).toUpperCase();
+                if (extensions.some(validExt => validExt.toUpperCase() === upperExt)) {
+                    return filePath;
+                }
+            }
+            else {
+                if (isUnixExecutable(stats)) {
+                    return filePath;
+                }
+            }
+        }
+        // try each extension
+        const originalFilePath = filePath;
+        for (const extension of extensions) {
+            filePath = originalFilePath + extension;
+            stats = undefined;
+            try {
+                stats = yield exports.stat(filePath);
+            }
+            catch (err) {
+                if (err.code !== 'ENOENT') {
+                    // eslint-disable-next-line no-console
+                    console.log(`Unexpected error attempting to determine if executable file exists '${filePath}': ${err}`);
+                }
+            }
+            if (stats && stats.isFile()) {
+                if (exports.IS_WINDOWS) {
+                    // preserve the case of the actual file (since an extension was appended)
+                    try {
+                        const directory = path.dirname(filePath);
+                        const upperName = path.basename(filePath).toUpperCase();
+                        for (const actualName of yield exports.readdir(directory)) {
+                            if (upperName === actualName.toUpperCase()) {
+                                filePath = path.join(directory, actualName);
+                                break;
+                            }
+                        }
+                    }
+                    catch (err) {
+                        // eslint-disable-next-line no-console
+                        console.log(`Unexpected error attempting to determine the actual case of the file '${filePath}': ${err}`);
+                    }
+                    return filePath;
+                }
+                else {
+                    if (isUnixExecutable(stats)) {
+                        return filePath;
+                    }
+                }
+            }
+        }
+        return '';
+    });
+}
+exports.tryGetExecutablePath = tryGetExecutablePath;
+function normalizeSeparators(p) {
+    p = p || '';
+    if (exports.IS_WINDOWS) {
+        // convert slashes on Windows
+        p = p.replace(/\//g, '\\');
+        // remove redundant slashes
+        return p.replace(/\\\\+/g, '\\');
+    }
+    // remove redundant slashes
+    return p.replace(/\/\/+/g, '/');
+}
+// on Mac/Linux, test the execute bit
+//     R   W  X  R  W X R W X
+//   256 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1
+function isUnixExecutable(stats) {
+    return ((stats.mode & 1) > 0 ||
+        ((stats.mode & 8) > 0 && stats.gid === process.getgid()) ||
+        ((stats.mode & 64) > 0 && stats.uid === process.getuid()));
+}
+//# sourceMappingURL=io-util.js.map
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 674:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+module.exports = authenticate;
+
+const { Deprecation } = __webpack_require__(692);
+const once = __webpack_require__(969);
+
+const deprecateAuthenticate = once((log, deprecation) => log.warn(deprecation));
+
+function authenticate(state, options) {
+  deprecateAuthenticate(
+    state.octokit.log,
+    new Deprecation(
+      '[@octokit/rest] octokit.authenticate() is deprecated. Use "auth" constructor option instead.'
+    )
+  );
+
+  if (!options) {
+    state.auth = false;
+    return;
+  }
+
+  switch (options.type) {
+    case "basic":
+      if (!options.username || !options.password) {
+        throw new Error(
+          "Basic authentication requires both a username and password to be set"
+        );
+      }
+      break;
+
+    case "oauth":
+      if (!options.token && !(options.key && options.secret)) {
+        throw new Error(
+          "OAuth2 authentication requires a token or key & secret to be set"
+        );
+      }
+      break;
+
+    case "token":
+    case "app":
+      if (!options.token) {
+        throw new Error("Token authentication requires a token to be set");
+      }
+      break;
+
+    default:
+      throw new Error(
+        "Invalid authentication type, must be 'basic', 'oauth', 'token' or 'app'"
+      );
+  }
+
+  state.auth = options;
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 675:
+/***/ (function(module) {
+
+module.exports = function btoa(str) {
+  return new Buffer(str).toString('base64')
+}
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 685:
+/***/ (function(module, __unusedexports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+
+/*eslint-disable no-use-before-define*/
+
+var common              = __webpack_require__(740);
+var YAMLException       = __webpack_require__(556);
+var DEFAULT_FULL_SCHEMA = __webpack_require__(910);
+var DEFAULT_SAFE_SCHEMA = __webpack_require__(723);
+
+var _toString       = Object.prototype.toString;
+var _hasOwnProperty = Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty;
+
+var CHAR_TAB                  = 0x09; /* Tab */
+var CHAR_LINE_FEED            = 0x0A; /* LF */
+var CHAR_CARRIAGE_RETURN      = 0x0D; /* CR */
+var CHAR_SPACE                = 0x20; /* Space */
+var CHAR_EXCLAMATION          = 0x21; /* ! */
+var CHAR_DOUBLE_QUOTE         = 0x22; /* " */
+var CHAR_SHARP                = 0x23; /* # */
+var CHAR_PERCENT              = 0x25; /* % */
+var CHAR_AMPERSAND            = 0x26; /* & */
+var CHAR_SINGLE_QUOTE         = 0x27; /* ' */
+var CHAR_ASTERISK             = 0x2A; /* * */
+var CHAR_COMMA                = 0x2C; /* , */
+var CHAR_MINUS                = 0x2D; /* - */
+var CHAR_COLON                = 0x3A; /* : */
+var CHAR_EQUALS               = 0x3D; /* = */
+var CHAR_GREATER_THAN         = 0x3E; /* > */
+var CHAR_QUESTION             = 0x3F; /* ? */
+var CHAR_COMMERCIAL_AT        = 0x40; /* @ */
+var CHAR_LEFT_SQUARE_BRACKET  = 0x5B; /* [ */
+var CHAR_RIGHT_SQUARE_BRACKET = 0x5D; /* ] */
+var CHAR_GRAVE_ACCENT         = 0x60; /* ` */
+var CHAR_LEFT_CURLY_BRACKET   = 0x7B; /* { */
+var CHAR_VERTICAL_LINE        = 0x7C; /* | */
+var CHAR_RIGHT_CURLY_BRACKET  = 0x7D; /* } */
+
+var ESCAPE_SEQUENCES = {};
+
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x00]   = '\\0';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x07]   = '\\a';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x08]   = '\\b';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x09]   = '\\t';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x0A]   = '\\n';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x0B]   = '\\v';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x0C]   = '\\f';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x0D]   = '\\r';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x1B]   = '\\e';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x22]   = '\\"';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x5C]   = '\\\\';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x85]   = '\\N';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0xA0]   = '\\_';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x2028] = '\\L';
+ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[0x2029] = '\\P';
+
+var DEPRECATED_BOOLEANS_SYNTAX = [
+  'y', 'Y', 'yes', 'Yes', 'YES', 'on', 'On', 'ON',
+  'n', 'N', 'no', 'No', 'NO', 'off', 'Off', 'OFF'
+];
+
+function compileStyleMap(schema, map) {
+  var result, keys, index, length, tag, style, type;
+
+  if (map === null) return {};
+
+  result = {};
+  keys = Object.keys(map);
+
+  for (index = 0, length = keys.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+    tag = keys[index];
+    style = String(map[tag]);
+
+    if (tag.slice(0, 2) === '!!') {
+      tag = 'tag:yaml.org,2002:' + tag.slice(2);
+    }
+    type = schema.compiledTypeMap['fallback'][tag];
+
+    if (type && _hasOwnProperty.call(type.styleAliases, style)) {
+      style = type.styleAliases[style];
+    }
+
+    result[tag] = style;
+  }
+
+  return result;
+}
+
+function encodeHex(character) {
+  var string, handle, length;
+
+  string = character.toString(16).toUpperCase();
+
+  if (character <= 0xFF) {
+    handle = 'x';
+    length = 2;
+  } else if (character <= 0xFFFF) {
+    handle = 'u';
+    length = 4;
+  } else if (character <= 0xFFFFFFFF) {
+    handle = 'U';
+    length = 8;
+  } else {
+    throw new YAMLException('code point within a string may not be greater than 0xFFFFFFFF');
+  }
+
+  return '\\' + handle + common.repeat('0', length - string.length) + string;
+}
+
+function State(options) {
+  this.schema        = options['schema'] || DEFAULT_FULL_SCHEMA;
+  this.indent        = Math.max(1, (options['indent'] || 2));
+  this.noArrayIndent = options['noArrayIndent'] || false;
+  this.skipInvalid   = options['skipInvalid'] || false;
+  this.flowLevel     = (common.isNothing(options['flowLevel']) ? -1 : options['flowLevel']);
+  this.styleMap      = compileStyleMap(this.schema, options['styles'] || null);
+  this.sortKeys      = options['sortKeys'] || false;
+  this.lineWidth     = options['lineWidth'] || 80;
+  this.noRefs        = options['noRefs'] || false;
+  this.noCompatMode  = options['noCompatMode'] || false;
+  this.condenseFlow  = options['condenseFlow'] || false;
+
+  this.implicitTypes = this.schema.compiledImplicit;
+  this.explicitTypes = this.schema.compiledExplicit;
+
+  this.tag = null;
+  this.result = '';
+
+  this.duplicates = [];
+  this.usedDuplicates = null;
+}
+
+// Indents every line in a string. Empty lines (\n only) are not indented.
+function indentString(string, spaces) {
+  var ind = common.repeat(' ', spaces),
+      position = 0,
+      next = -1,
+      result = '',
+      line,
+      length = string.length;
+
+  while (position < length) {
+    next = string.indexOf('\n', position);
+    if (next === -1) {
+      line = string.slice(position);
+      position = length;
+    } else {
+      line = string.slice(position, next + 1);
+      position = next + 1;
+    }
+
+    if (line.length && line !== '\n') result += ind;
+
+    result += line;
+  }
+
+  return result;
+}
+
+function generateNextLine(state, level) {
+  return '\n' + common.repeat(' ', state.indent * level);
+}
+
+function testImplicitResolving(state, str) {
+  var index, length, type;
+
+  for (index = 0, length = state.implicitTypes.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+    type = state.implicitTypes[index];
+
+    if (type.resolve(str)) {
+      return true;
+    }
+  }
+
+  return false;
+}
+
+// [33] s-white ::= s-space | s-tab
+function isWhitespace(c) {
+  return c === CHAR_SPACE || c === CHAR_TAB;
+}
+
+// Returns true if the character can be printed without escaping.
+// From YAML 1.2: "any allowed characters known to be non-printable
+// should also be escaped. [However,] This isn’t mandatory"
+// Derived from nb-char - \t - #x85 - #xA0 - #x2028 - #x2029.
+function isPrintable(c) {
+  return  (0x00020 <= c && c <= 0x00007E)
+      || ((0x000A1 <= c && c <= 0x00D7FF) && c !== 0x2028 && c !== 0x2029)
+      || ((0x0E000 <= c && c <= 0x00FFFD) && c !== 0xFEFF /* BOM */)
+      ||  (0x10000 <= c && c <= 0x10FFFF);
+}
+
+// [34] ns-char ::= nb-char - s-white
+// [27] nb-char ::= c-printable - b-char - c-byte-order-mark
+// [26] b-char  ::= b-line-feed | b-carriage-return
+// [24] b-line-feed       ::=     #xA    /* LF */
+// [25] b-carriage-return ::=     #xD    /* CR */
+// [3]  c-byte-order-mark ::=     #xFEFF
+function isNsChar(c) {
+  return isPrintable(c) && !isWhitespace(c)
+    // byte-order-mark
+    && c !== 0xFEFF
+    // b-char
+    && c !== CHAR_CARRIAGE_RETURN
+    && c !== CHAR_LINE_FEED;
+}
+
+// Simplified test for values allowed after the first character in plain style.
+function isPlainSafe(c, prev) {
+  // Uses a subset of nb-char - c-flow-indicator - ":" - "#"
+  // where nb-char ::= c-printable - b-char - c-byte-order-mark.
+  return isPrintable(c) && c !== 0xFEFF
+    // - c-flow-indicator
+    && c !== CHAR_COMMA
+    && c !== CHAR_LEFT_SQUARE_BRACKET
+    && c !== CHAR_RIGHT_SQUARE_BRACKET
+    && c !== CHAR_LEFT_CURLY_BRACKET
+    && c !== CHAR_RIGHT_CURLY_BRACKET
+    // - ":" - "#"
+    // /* An ns-char preceding */ "#"
+    && c !== CHAR_COLON
+    && ((c !== CHAR_SHARP) || (prev && isNsChar(prev)));
+}
+
+// Simplified test for values allowed as the first character in plain style.
+function isPlainSafeFirst(c) {
+  // Uses a subset of ns-char - c-indicator
+  // where ns-char = nb-char - s-white.
+  return isPrintable(c) && c !== 0xFEFF
+    && !isWhitespace(c) // - s-white
+    // - (c-indicator ::=
+    // “-” | “?” | “:” | “,” | “[” | “]” | “{” | “}”
+    && c !== CHAR_MINUS
+    && c !== CHAR_QUESTION
+    && c !== CHAR_COLON
+    && c !== CHAR_COMMA
+    && c !== CHAR_LEFT_SQUARE_BRACKET
+    && c !== CHAR_RIGHT_SQUARE_BRACKET
+    && c !== CHAR_LEFT_CURLY_BRACKET
+    && c !== CHAR_RIGHT_CURLY_BRACKET
+    // | “#” | “&” | “*” | “!” | “|” | “=” | “>” | “'” | “"”
+    && c !== CHAR_SHARP
+    && c !== CHAR_AMPERSAND
+    && c !== CHAR_ASTERISK
+    && c !== CHAR_EXCLAMATION
+    && c !== CHAR_VERTICAL_LINE
+    && c !== CHAR_EQUALS
+    && c !== CHAR_GREATER_THAN
+    && c !== CHAR_SINGLE_QUOTE
+    && c !== CHAR_DOUBLE_QUOTE
+    // | “%” | “@” | “`”)
+    && c !== CHAR_PERCENT
+    && c !== CHAR_COMMERCIAL_AT
+    && c !== CHAR_GRAVE_ACCENT;
+}
+
+// Determines whether block indentation indicator is required.
+function needIndentIndicator(string) {
+  var leadingSpaceRe = /^\n* /;
+  return leadingSpaceRe.test(string);
+}
+
+var STYLE_PLAIN   = 1,
+    STYLE_SINGLE  = 2,
+    STYLE_LITERAL = 3,
+    STYLE_FOLDED  = 4,
+    STYLE_DOUBLE  = 5;
+
+// Determines which scalar styles are possible and returns the preferred style.
+// lineWidth = -1 => no limit.
+// Pre-conditions: str.length > 0.
+// Post-conditions:
+//    STYLE_PLAIN or STYLE_SINGLE => no \n are in the string.
+//    STYLE_LITERAL => no lines are suitable for folding (or lineWidth is -1).
+//    STYLE_FOLDED => a line > lineWidth and can be folded (and lineWidth != -1).
+function chooseScalarStyle(string, singleLineOnly, indentPerLevel, lineWidth, testAmbiguousType) {
+  var i;
+  var char, prev_char;
+  var hasLineBreak = false;
+  var hasFoldableLine = false; // only checked if shouldTrackWidth
+  var shouldTrackWidth = lineWidth !== -1;
+  var previousLineBreak = -1; // count the first line correctly
+  var plain = isPlainSafeFirst(string.charCodeAt(0))
+          && !isWhitespace(string.charCodeAt(string.length - 1));
+
+  if (singleLineOnly) {
+    // Case: no block styles.
+    // Check for disallowed characters to rule out plain and single.
+    for (i = 0; i < string.length; i++) {
+      char = string.charCodeAt(i);
+      if (!isPrintable(char)) {
+        return STYLE_DOUBLE;
+      }
+      prev_char = i > 0 ? string.charCodeAt(i - 1) : null;
+      plain = plain && isPlainSafe(char, prev_char);
+    }
+  } else {
+    // Case: block styles permitted.
+    for (i = 0; i < string.length; i++) {
+      char = string.charCodeAt(i);
+      if (char === CHAR_LINE_FEED) {
+        hasLineBreak = true;
+        // Check if any line can be folded.
+        if (shouldTrackWidth) {
+          hasFoldableLine = hasFoldableLine ||
+            // Foldable line = too long, and not more-indented.
+            (i - previousLineBreak - 1 > lineWidth &&
+             string[previousLineBreak + 1] !== ' ');
+          previousLineBreak = i;
+        }
+      } else if (!isPrintable(char)) {
+        return STYLE_DOUBLE;
+      }
+      prev_char = i > 0 ? string.charCodeAt(i - 1) : null;
+      plain = plain && isPlainSafe(char, prev_char);
+    }
+    // in case the end is missing a \n
+    hasFoldableLine = hasFoldableLine || (shouldTrackWidth &&
+      (i - previousLineBreak - 1 > lineWidth &&
+       string[previousLineBreak + 1] !== ' '));
+  }
+  // Although every style can represent \n without escaping, prefer block styles
+  // for multiline, since they're more readable and they don't add empty lines.
+  // Also prefer folding a super-long line.
+  if (!hasLineBreak && !hasFoldableLine) {
+    // Strings interpretable as another type have to be quoted;
+    // e.g. the string 'true' vs. the boolean true.
+    return plain && !testAmbiguousType(string)
+      ? STYLE_PLAIN : STYLE_SINGLE;
+  }
+  // Edge case: block indentation indicator can only have one digit.
+  if (indentPerLevel > 9 && needIndentIndicator(string)) {
+    return STYLE_DOUBLE;
+  }
+  // At this point we know block styles are valid.
+  // Prefer literal style unless we want to fold.
+  return hasFoldableLine ? STYLE_FOLDED : STYLE_LITERAL;
+}
+
+// Note: line breaking/folding is implemented for only the folded style.
+// NB. We drop the last trailing newline (if any) of a returned block scalar
+//  since the dumper adds its own newline. This always works:
+//    • No ending newline => unaffected; already using strip "-" chomping.
+//    • Ending newline    => removed then restored.
+//  Importantly, this keeps the "+" chomp indicator from gaining an extra line.
+function writeScalar(state, string, level, iskey) {
+  state.dump = (function () {
+    if (string.length === 0) {
+      return "''";
+    }
+    if (!state.noCompatMode &&
+        DEPRECATED_BOOLEANS_SYNTAX.indexOf(string) !== -1) {
+      return "'" + string + "'";
+    }
+
+    var indent = state.indent * Math.max(1, level); // no 0-indent scalars
+    // As indentation gets deeper, let the width decrease monotonically
+    // to the lower bound min(state.lineWidth, 40).
+    // Note that this implies
+    //  state.lineWidth ≤ 40 + state.indent: width is fixed at the lower bound.
+    //  state.lineWidth > 40 + state.indent: width decreases until the lower bound.
+    // This behaves better than a constant minimum width which disallows narrower options,
+    // or an indent threshold which causes the width to suddenly increase.
+    var lineWidth = state.lineWidth === -1
+      ? -1 : Math.max(Math.min(state.lineWidth, 40), state.lineWidth - indent);
+
+    // Without knowing if keys are implicit/explicit, assume implicit for safety.
+    var singleLineOnly = iskey
+      // No block styles in flow mode.
+      || (state.flowLevel > -1 && level >= state.flowLevel);
+    function testAmbiguity(string) {
+      return testImplicitResolving(state, string);
+    }
+
+    switch (chooseScalarStyle(string, singleLineOnly, state.indent, lineWidth, testAmbiguity)) {
+      case STYLE_PLAIN:
+        return string;
+      case STYLE_SINGLE:
+        return "'" + string.replace(/'/g, "''") + "'";
+      case STYLE_LITERAL:
+        return '|' + blockHeader(string, state.indent)
+          + dropEndingNewline(indentString(string, indent));
+      case STYLE_FOLDED:
+        return '>' + blockHeader(string, state.indent)
+          + dropEndingNewline(indentString(foldString(string, lineWidth), indent));
+      case STYLE_DOUBLE:
+        return '"' + escapeString(string, lineWidth) + '"';
+      default:
+        throw new YAMLException('impossible error: invalid scalar style');
+    }
+  }());
+}
+
+// Pre-conditions: string is valid for a block scalar, 1 <= indentPerLevel <= 9.
+function blockHeader(string, indentPerLevel) {
+  var indentIndicator = needIndentIndicator(string) ? String(indentPerLevel) : '';
+
+  // note the special case: the string '\n' counts as a "trailing" empty line.
+  var clip =          string[string.length - 1] === '\n';
+  var keep = clip && (string[string.length - 2] === '\n' || string === '\n');
+  var chomp = keep ? '+' : (clip ? '' : '-');
+
+  return indentIndicator + chomp + '\n';
+}
+
+// (See the note for writeScalar.)
+function dropEndingNewline(string) {
+  return string[string.length - 1] === '\n' ? string.slice(0, -1) : string;
+}
+
+// Note: a long line without a suitable break point will exceed the width limit.
+// Pre-conditions: every char in str isPrintable, str.length > 0, width > 0.
+function foldString(string, width) {
+  // In folded style, $k$ consecutive newlines output as $k+1$ newlines—
+  // unless they're before or after a more-indented line, or at the very
+  // beginning or end, in which case $k$ maps to $k$.
+  // Therefore, parse each chunk as newline(s) followed by a content line.
+  var lineRe = /(\n+)([^\n]*)/g;
+
+  // first line (possibly an empty line)
+  var result = (function () {
+    var nextLF = string.indexOf('\n');
+    nextLF = nextLF !== -1 ? nextLF : string.length;
+    lineRe.lastIndex = nextLF;
+    return foldLine(string.slice(0, nextLF), width);
+  }());
+  // If we haven't reached the first content line yet, don't add an extra \n.
+  var prevMoreIndented = string[0] === '\n' || string[0] === ' ';
+  var moreIndented;
+
+  // rest of the lines
+  var match;
+  while ((match = lineRe.exec(string))) {
+    var prefix = match[1], line = match[2];
+    moreIndented = (line[0] === ' ');
+    result += prefix
+      + (!prevMoreIndented && !moreIndented && line !== ''
+        ? '\n' : '')
+      + foldLine(line, width);
+    prevMoreIndented = moreIndented;
+  }
+
+  return result;
+}
+
+// Greedy line breaking.
+// Picks the longest line under the limit each time,
+// otherwise settles for the shortest line over the limit.
+// NB. More-indented lines *cannot* be folded, as that would add an extra \n.
+function foldLine(line, width) {
+  if (line === '' || line[0] === ' ') return line;
+
+  // Since a more-indented line adds a \n, breaks can't be followed by a space.
+  var breakRe = / [^ ]/g; // note: the match index will always be <= length-2.
+  var match;
+  // start is an inclusive index. end, curr, and next are exclusive.
+  var start = 0, end, curr = 0, next = 0;
+  var result = '';
+
+  // Invariants: 0 <= start <= length-1.
+  //   0 <= curr <= next <= max(0, length-2). curr - start <= width.
+  // Inside the loop:
+  //   A match implies length >= 2, so curr and next are <= length-2.
+  while ((match = breakRe.exec(line))) {
+    next = match.index;
+    // maintain invariant: curr - start <= width
+    if (next - start > width) {
+      end = (curr > start) ? curr : next; // derive end <= length-2
+      result += '\n' + line.slice(start, end);
+      // skip the space that was output as \n
+      start = end + 1;                    // derive start <= length-1
+    }
+    curr = next;
+  }
+
+  // By the invariants, start <= length-1, so there is something left over.
+  // It is either the whole string or a part starting from non-whitespace.
+  result += '\n';
+  // Insert a break if the remainder is too long and there is a break available.
+  if (line.length - start > width && curr > start) {
+    result += line.slice(start, curr) + '\n' + line.slice(curr + 1);
+  } else {
+    result += line.slice(start);
+  }
+
+  return result.slice(1); // drop extra \n joiner
+}
+
+// Escapes a double-quoted string.
+function escapeString(string) {
+  var result = '';
+  var char, nextChar;
+  var escapeSeq;
+
+  for (var i = 0; i < string.length; i++) {
+    char = string.charCodeAt(i);
+    // Check for surrogate pairs (reference Unicode 3.0 section "3.7 Surrogates").
+    if (char >= 0xD800 && char <= 0xDBFF/* high surrogate */) {
+      nextChar = string.charCodeAt(i + 1);
+      if (nextChar >= 0xDC00 && nextChar <= 0xDFFF/* low surrogate */) {
+        // Combine the surrogate pair and store it escaped.
+        result += encodeHex((char - 0xD800) * 0x400 + nextChar - 0xDC00 + 0x10000);
+        // Advance index one extra since we already used that char here.
+        i++; continue;
+      }
+    }
+    escapeSeq = ESCAPE_SEQUENCES[char];
+    result += !escapeSeq && isPrintable(char)
+      ? string[i]
+      : escapeSeq || encodeHex(char);
+  }
+
+  return result;
+}
+
+function writeFlowSequence(state, level, object) {
+  var _result = '',
+      _tag    = state.tag,
+      index,
+      length;
+
+  for (index = 0, length = object.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+    // Write only valid elements.
+    if (writeNode(state, level, object[index], false, false)) {
+      if (index !== 0) _result += ',' + (!state.condenseFlow ? ' ' : '');
+      _result += state.dump;
+    }
+  }
+
+  state.tag = _tag;
+  state.dump = '[' + _result + ']';
+}
+
+function writeBlockSequence(state, level, object, compact) {
+  var _result = '',
+      _tag    = state.tag,
+      index,
+      length;
+
+  for (index = 0, length = object.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+    // Write only valid elements.
+    if (writeNode(state, level + 1, object[index], true, true)) {
+      if (!compact || index !== 0) {
+        _result += generateNextLine(state, level);
+      }
+
+      if (state.dump && CHAR_LINE_FEED === state.dump.charCodeAt(0)) {
+        _result += '-';
+      } else {
+        _result += '- ';
+      }
+
+      _result += state.dump;
+    }
+  }
+
+  state.tag = _tag;
+  state.dump = _result || '[]'; // Empty sequence if no valid values.
+}
+
+function writeFlowMapping(state, level, object) {
+  var _result       = '',
+      _tag          = state.tag,
+      objectKeyList = Object.keys(object),
+      index,
+      length,
+      objectKey,
+      objectValue,
+      pairBuffer;
+
+  for (index = 0, length = objectKeyList.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+
+    pairBuffer = '';
+    if (index !== 0) pairBuffer += ', ';
+
+    if (state.condenseFlow) pairBuffer += '"';
+
+    objectKey = objectKeyList[index];
+    objectValue = object[objectKey];
+
+    if (!writeNode(state, level, objectKey, false, false)) {
+      continue; // Skip this pair because of invalid key;
+    }
+
+    if (state.dump.length > 1024) pairBuffer += '? ';
+
+    pairBuffer += state.dump + (state.condenseFlow ? '"' : '') + ':' + (state.condenseFlow ? '' : ' ');
+
+    if (!writeNode(state, level, objectValue, false, false)) {
+      continue; // Skip this pair because of invalid value.
+    }
+
+    pairBuffer += state.dump;
+
+    // Both key and value are valid.
+    _result += pairBuffer;
+  }
+
+  state.tag = _tag;
+  state.dump = '{' + _result + '}';
+}
+
+function writeBlockMapping(state, level, object, compact) {
+  var _result       = '',
+      _tag          = state.tag,
+      objectKeyList = Object.keys(object),
+      index,
+      length,
+      objectKey,
+      objectValue,
+      explicitPair,
+      pairBuffer;
+
+  // Allow sorting keys so that the output file is deterministic
+  if (state.sortKeys === true) {
+    // Default sorting
+    objectKeyList.sort();
+  } else if (typeof state.sortKeys === 'function') {
+    // Custom sort function
+    objectKeyList.sort(state.sortKeys);
+  } else if (state.sortKeys) {
+    // Something is wrong
+    throw new YAMLException('sortKeys must be a boolean or a function');
+  }
+
+  for (index = 0, length = objectKeyList.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+    pairBuffer = '';
+
+    if (!compact || index !== 0) {
+      pairBuffer += generateNextLine(state, level);
+    }
+
+    objectKey = objectKeyList[index];
+    objectValue = object[objectKey];
+
+    if (!writeNode(state, level + 1, objectKey, true, true, true)) {
+      continue; // Skip this pair because of invalid key.
+    }
+
+    explicitPair = (state.tag !== null && state.tag !== '?') ||
+                   (state.dump && state.dump.length > 1024);
+
+    if (explicitPair) {
+      if (state.dump && CHAR_LINE_FEED === state.dump.charCodeAt(0)) {
+        pairBuffer += '?';
+      } else {
+        pairBuffer += '? ';
+      }
+    }
+
+    pairBuffer += state.dump;
+
+    if (explicitPair) {
+      pairBuffer += generateNextLine(state, level);
+    }
+
+    if (!writeNode(state, level + 1, objectValue, true, explicitPair)) {
+      continue; // Skip this pair because of invalid value.
+    }
+
+    if (state.dump && CHAR_LINE_FEED === state.dump.charCodeAt(0)) {
+      pairBuffer += ':';
+    } else {
+      pairBuffer += ': ';
+    }
+
+    pairBuffer += state.dump;
+
+    // Both key and value are valid.
+    _result += pairBuffer;
+  }
+
+  state.tag = _tag;
+  state.dump = _result || '{}'; // Empty mapping if no valid pairs.
+}
+
+function detectType(state, object, explicit) {
+  var _result, typeList, index, length, type, style;
+
+  typeList = explicit ? state.explicitTypes : state.implicitTypes;
+
+  for (index = 0, length = typeList.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+    type = typeList[index];
+
+    if ((type.instanceOf  || type.predicate) &&
+        (!type.instanceOf || ((typeof object === 'object') && (object instanceof type.instanceOf))) &&
+        (!type.predicate  || type.predicate(object))) {
+
+      state.tag = explicit ? type.tag : '?';
+
+      if (type.represent) {
+        style = state.styleMap[type.tag] || type.defaultStyle;
+
+        if (_toString.call(type.represent) === '[object Function]') {
+          _result = type.represent(object, style);
+        } else if (_hasOwnProperty.call(type.represent, style)) {
+          _result = type.represent[style](object, style);
+        } else {
+          throw new YAMLException('!<' + type.tag + '> tag resolver accepts not "' + style + '" style');
+        }
+
+        state.dump = _result;
+      }
+
+      return true;
+    }
+  }
+
+  return false;
+}
+
+// Serializes `object` and writes it to global `result`.
+// Returns true on success, or false on invalid object.
+//
+function writeNode(state, level, object, block, compact, iskey) {
+  state.tag = null;
+  state.dump = object;
+
+  if (!detectType(state, object, false)) {
+    detectType(state, object, true);
+  }
+
+  var type = _toString.call(state.dump);
+
+  if (block) {
+    block = (state.flowLevel < 0 || state.flowLevel > level);
+  }
+
+  var objectOrArray = type === '[object Object]' || type === '[object Array]',
+      duplicateIndex,
+      duplicate;
+
+  if (objectOrArray) {
+    duplicateIndex = state.duplicates.indexOf(object);
+    duplicate = duplicateIndex !== -1;
+  }
+
+  if ((state.tag !== null && state.tag !== '?') || duplicate || (state.indent !== 2 && level > 0)) {
+    compact = false;
+  }
+
+  if (duplicate && state.usedDuplicates[duplicateIndex]) {
+    state.dump = '*ref_' + duplicateIndex;
+  } else {
+    if (objectOrArray && duplicate && !state.usedDuplicates[duplicateIndex]) {
+      state.usedDuplicates[duplicateIndex] = true;
+    }
+    if (type === '[object Object]') {
+      if (block && (Object.keys(state.dump).length !== 0)) {
+        writeBlockMapping(state, level, state.dump, compact);
+        if (duplicate) {
+          state.dump = '&ref_' + duplicateIndex + state.dump;
+        }
+      } else {
+        writeFlowMapping(state, level, state.dump);
+        if (duplicate) {
+          state.dump = '&ref_' + duplicateIndex + ' ' + state.dump;
+        }
+      }
+    } else if (type === '[object Array]') {
+      var arrayLevel = (state.noArrayIndent && (level > 0)) ? level - 1 : level;
+      if (block && (state.dump.length !== 0)) {
+        writeBlockSequence(state, arrayLevel, state.dump, compact);
+        if (duplicate) {
+          state.dump = '&ref_' + duplicateIndex + state.dump;
+        }
+      } else {
+        writeFlowSequence(state, arrayLevel, state.dump);
+        if (duplicate) {
+          state.dump = '&ref_' + duplicateIndex + ' ' + state.dump;
+        }
+      }
+    } else if (type === '[object String]') {
+      if (state.tag !== '?') {
+        writeScalar(state, state.dump, level, iskey);
+      }
+    } else {
+      if (state.skipInvalid) return false;
+      throw new YAMLException('unacceptable kind of an object to dump ' + type);
+    }
+
+    if (state.tag !== null && state.tag !== '?') {
+      state.dump = '!<' + state.tag + '> ' + state.dump;
+    }
+  }
+
+  return true;
+}
+
+function getDuplicateReferences(object, state) {
+  var objects = [],
+      duplicatesIndexes = [],
+      index,
+      length;
+
+  inspectNode(object, objects, duplicatesIndexes);
+
+  for (index = 0, length = duplicatesIndexes.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+    state.duplicates.push(objects[duplicatesIndexes[index]]);
+  }
+  state.usedDuplicates = new Array(length);
+}
+
+function inspectNode(object, objects, duplicatesIndexes) {
+  var objectKeyList,
+      index,
+      length;
+
+  if (object !== null && typeof object === 'object') {
+    index = objects.indexOf(object);
+    if (index !== -1) {
+      if (duplicatesIndexes.indexOf(index) === -1) {
+        duplicatesIndexes.push(index);
+      }
+    } else {
+      objects.push(object);
+
+      if (Array.isArray(object)) {
+        for (index = 0, length = object.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+          inspectNode(object[index], objects, duplicatesIndexes);
+        }
+      } else {
+        objectKeyList = Object.keys(object);
+
+        for (index = 0, length = objectKeyList.length; index < length; index += 1) {
+          inspectNode(object[objectKeyList[index]], objects, duplicatesIndexes);
+        }
+      }
+    }
+  }
+}
+
+function dump(input, options) {
+  options = options || {};
+
+  var state = new State(options);
+
+  if (!state.noRefs) getDuplicateReferences(input, state);
+
+  if (writeNode(state, 0, input, true, true)) return state.dump + '\n';
+
+  return '';
+}
+
+function safeDump(input, options) {
+  return dump(input, common.extend({ schema: DEFAULT_SAFE_SCHEMA }, options));
+}
+
+module.exports.dump     = dump;
+module.exports.safeDump = safeDump;
+
+
+/***/ }),
+
+/***/ 686:
+/***/ (function(__unusedmodule, exports, __webpack_require__) {
+
+"use strict";
+
+var __awaiter = (this && this.__awaiter) || function (thisArg, _arguments, P, generator) {
+    function adopt(value) { return value instanceof P ? value : new P(function (resolve) { resolve(value); }); }
+    return new (P || (P = Promise))(function (resolve, reject) {
+        function fulfilled(value) { try { step(generator.next(value)); } catch (e) { reject(e); } }
+        function rejected(value) { try { step(generator["throw"](value)); } catch (e) { reject(e); } }
+        function step(result) { result.done ? resolve(result.value) : adopt(result.value).then(fulfilled, rejected); }
+        step((generator = generator.apply(thisArg, _arguments || [])).next());
+    });
+};
+var __importStar = (this && this.__importStar) || function (mod) {
+    if (mod && mod.__esModule) return mod;
+    var result = {};
+    if (mod != null) for (var k in mod) if (Object.hasOwnProperty.call(mod, k)) result[k] = mod[k];
+    result["default"] = mod;
+    return result;
+};
+Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });
+const os = __importStar(__webpack_require__(87));
+const events = __importStar(__webpack_require__(614));
+const child = __importStar(__webpack_require__(129));
+const path = __importStar(__webpack_require__(622));
+const io = __importStar(__webpack_require__(1));
+const ioUtil = __importStar(__webpack_require__(672));
+/* eslint-disable @typescript-eslint/unbound-method */
+const IS_WINDOWS = process.platform === 'win32';
+/*
+ * Class for running command line tools. Handles quoting and arg parsing in a platform agnostic way.
+ */
+class ToolRunner extends events.EventEmitter {
+    constructor(toolPath, args, options) {
+        super();
+        if (!toolPath) {
+            throw new Error("Parameter 'toolPath' cannot be null or empty.");
+        }
+        this.toolPath = toolPath;
+        this.args = args || [];
+        this.options = options || {};
+    }
+    _debug(message) {
+        if (this.options.listeners && this.options.listeners.debug) {
+            this.options.listeners.debug(message);
+        }
+    }
+    _getCommandString(options, noPrefix) {
+        const toolPath = this._getSpawnFileName();
+        const args = this._getSpawnArgs(options);
+        let cmd = noPrefix ? '' : '[command]'; // omit prefix when piped to a second tool
+        if (IS_WINDOWS) {
+            // Windows + cmd file
+            if (this._isCmdFile()) {
+                cmd += toolPath;
+                for (const a of args) {
+                    cmd += ` ${a}`;
+                }
+            }
+            // Windows + verbatim
+            else if (options.windowsVerbatimArguments) {
+                cmd += `"${toolPath}"`;
+                for (const a of args) {
+                    cmd += ` ${a}`;
+                }
+            }
+            // Windows (regular)
+            else {
+                cmd += this._windowsQuoteCmdArg(toolPath);
+                for (const a of args) {
+                    cmd += ` ${this._windowsQuoteCmdArg(a)}`;
+                }
+            }
+        }
+        else {
+            // OSX/Linux - this can likely be improved with some form of quoting.
+            // creating processes on Unix is fundamentally different than Windows.
+            // on Unix, execvp() takes an arg array.
+            cmd += toolPath;
+            for (const a of args) {
+                cmd += ` ${a}`;
+            }
+        }
+        return cmd;
+    }
+    _processLineBuffer(data, strBuffer, onLine) {
+        try {
+            let s = strBuffer + data.toString();
+            let n = s.indexOf(os.EOL);
+            while (n > -1) {
+                const line = s.substring(0, n);
+                onLine(line);
+                // the rest of the string ...
+                s = s.substring(n + os.EOL.length);
+                n = s.indexOf(os.EOL);
+            }
+            strBuffer = s;
+        }
+        catch (err) {
+            // streaming lines to console is best effort.  Don't fail a build.
+            this._debug(`error processing line. Failed with error ${err}`);
+        }
+    }
+    _getSpawnFileName() {
+        if (IS_WINDOWS) {
+            if (this._isCmdFile()) {
+                return process.env['COMSPEC'] || 'cmd.exe';
+            }
+        }
+        return this.toolPath;
+    }
+    _getSpawnArgs(options) {
+        if (IS_WINDOWS) {
+            if (this._isCmdFile()) {
+                let argline = `/D /S /C "${this._windowsQuoteCmdArg(this.toolPath)}`;
+                for (const a of this.args) {
+                    argline += ' ';
+                    argline += options.windowsVerbatimArguments
+                        ? a
+                        : this._windowsQuoteCmdArg(a);
+                }
+                argline += '"';
+                return [argline];
+            }
+        }
+        return this.args;
+    }
+    _endsWith(str, end) {
+        return str.endsWith(end);
+    }
+    _isCmdFile() {
+        const upperToolPath = this.toolPath.toUpperCase();
+        return (this._endsWith(upperToolPath, '.CMD') ||
+            this._endsWith(upperToolPath, '.BAT'));
+    }
+    _windowsQuoteCmdArg(arg) {
+        // for .exe, apply the normal quoting rules that libuv applies
+        if (!this._isCmdFile()) {
+            return this._uvQuoteCmdArg(arg);
+        }
+        // otherwise apply quoting rules specific to the cmd.exe command line parser.
+        // the libuv rules are generic and are not designed specifically for cmd.exe
+        // command line parser.
+        //
+        // for a detailed description of the cmd.exe command line parser, refer to
+        // http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4094699/how-does-the-windows-command-interpreter-cmd-exe-parse-scripts/7970912#7970912
+        // need quotes for empty arg
+        if (!arg) {
+            return '""';
+        }
+        // determine whether the arg needs to be quoted
+        const cmdSpecialChars = [
+            ' ',
+            '\t',
+            '&',
+            '(',
+            ')',
+            '[',
+            ']',
+            '{',
+            '}',
+            '^',
+            '=',
+            ';',
+            '!',
+            "'",
+            '+',
+            ',',
+            '`',
+            '~',
+            '|',
+            '<',
+            '>',
+            '"'
+        ];
+        let needsQuotes = false;
+        for (const char of arg) {
+            if (cmdSpecialChars.some(x => x === char)) {
+                needsQuotes = true;
+                break;
+            }
+        }
+        // short-circuit if quotes not needed
+        if (!needsQuotes) {
+            return arg;
+        }
+        // the following quoting rules are very similar to the rules that by libuv applies.
+        //
+        // 1) wrap the string in quotes
+        //
+        // 2) double-up quotes - i.e. " => ""
+        //
+        //    this is different from the libuv quoting rules. libuv replaces " with \", which unfortunately
+        //    doesn't work well with a cmd.exe command line.
+        //
+        //    note, replacing " with "" also works well if the arg is passed to a downstream .NET console app.
+        //    for example, the command line:
+        //          foo.exe "myarg:""my val"""
+        //    is parsed by a .NET console app into an arg array:
+        //          [ "myarg:\"my val\"" ]
+        //    which is the same end result when applying libuv quoting rules. although the actual
+        //    command line from libuv quoting rules would look like:
+        //          foo.exe "myarg:\"my val\""
+        //
+        // 3) double-up slashes that precede a quote,
+        //    e.g.  hello \world    => "hello \world"
+        //          hello\"world    => "hello\\""world"
+        //          hello\\"world   => "hello\\\\""world"
+        //          hello world\    => "hello world\\"
+        //
+        //    technically this is not required for a cmd.exe command line, or the batch argument parser.
+        //    the reasons for including this as a .cmd quoting rule are:
+        //
+        //    a) this is optimized for the scenario where the argument is passed from the .cmd file to an
+        //       external program. many programs (e.g. .NET console apps) rely on the slash-doubling rule.
+        //
+        //    b) it's what we've been doing previously (by deferring to node default behavior) and we
+        //       haven't heard any complaints about that aspect.
+        //
+        // note, a weakness of the quoting rules chosen here, is that % is not escaped. in fact, % cannot be
+        // escaped when used on the command line directly - even though within a .cmd file % can be escaped
+        // by using %%.
+        //
+        // the saving grace is, on the command line, %var% is left as-is if var is not defined. this contrasts
+        // the line parsing rules within a .cmd file, where if var is not defined it is replaced with nothing.
+        //
+        // one option that was explored was replacing % with ^% - i.e. %var% => ^%var^%. this hack would
+        // often work, since it is unlikely that var^ would exist, and the ^ character is removed when the
+        // variable is used. the problem, however, is that ^ is not removed when %* is used to pass the args
+        // to an external program.
+        //
+        // an unexplored potential solution for the % escaping problem, is to create a wrapper .cmd file.
+        // % can be escaped within a .cmd file.
+        let reverse = '"';
+        let quoteHit = true;
+        for (let i = arg.length; i > 0; i--) {
+            // walk the string in reverse
+            reverse += arg[i - 1];
+            if (quoteHit && arg[i - 1] === '\\') {
+                reverse += '\\'; // double the slash
+            }
+            else if (arg[i - 1] === '"') {
+                quoteHit = true;
+                reverse += '"'; // double the quote
+            }
+            else {
+                quoteHit = false;
+            }
+        }
+        reverse += '"';
+        return reverse
+            .split('')
+            .reverse()
+            .join('');
+    }
+    _uvQuoteCmdArg(arg) {
+        // Tool runner wraps child_process.spawn() and needs to apply the same quoting as
+        // Node in certain cases where the undocumented spawn option windowsVerbatimArguments
+        // is used.
+        //
+        // Since this function is a port of quote_cmd_arg from Node 4.x (technically, lib UV,
+        // see https://github.com/nodejs/node/blob/v4.x/deps/uv/src/win/process.c for details),
+        // pasting copyright notice from Node within this function:
+        //
+        //      Copyright Joyent, Inc. and other Node contributors. All rights reserved.
+        //
+        //      Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
+        //      of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to
+        //      deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the
+        //      rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or
+        //      sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
+        //      furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
+        //
+        //      The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
+        //      all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+        //
+        //      THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+        //      IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+        //      FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+        //      AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
+        //      LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
+        //      FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS
+        //      IN THE SOFTWARE.
+        if (!arg) {
+            // Need double quotation for empty argument
+            return '""';
+        }
+        if (!arg.includes(' ') && !arg.includes('\t') && !arg.includes('"')) {
+            // No quotation needed
+            return arg;
+        }
+        if (!arg.includes('"') && !arg.includes('\\')) {
+            // No embedded double quotes or backslashes, so I can just wrap
+            // quote marks around the whole thing.
+            return `"${arg}"`;
+        }
+        // Expected input/output:
+        //   input : hello"world
+        //   output: "hello\"world"
+        //   input : hello""world
+        //   output: "hello\"\"world"
+        //   input : hello\world
+        //   output: hello\world
+        //   input : hello\\world
+        //   output: hello\\world
+        //   input : hello\"world
+        //   output: "hello\\\"world"
+        //   input : hello\\"world
+        //   output: "hello\\\\\"world"
+        //   input : hello world\
+        //   output: "hello world\\" - note the comment in libuv actually reads "hello world\"
+        //                             but it appears the comment is wrong, it should be "hello world\\"
+        let reverse = '"';
+        let quoteHit = true;
+        for (let i = arg.length; i > 0; i--) {
+            // walk the string in reverse
+            reverse += arg[i - 1];
+            if (quoteHit && arg[i - 1] === '\\') {
+                reverse += '\\';
+            }
+            else if (arg[i - 1] === '"') {
+                quoteHit = true;
+                reverse += '\\';
+            }
+            else {
+                quoteHit = false;
+            }
+        }
+        reverse += '"';
+        return reverse
+            .split('')
+            .reverse()
+            .join('');
+    }
+    _cloneExecOptions(options) {
+        options = options || {};
+        const result = {
+            cwd: options.cwd || process.cwd(),
+            env: options.env || process.env,
+            silent: options.silent || false,
+            windowsVerbatimArguments: options.windowsVerbatimArguments || false,
+            failOnStdErr: options.failOnStdErr || false,
+            ignoreReturnCode: options.ignoreReturnCode || false,
+            delay: options.delay || 10000
+        };
+        result.outStream = options.outStream || process.stdout;
+        result.errStream = options.errStream || process.stderr;
+        return result;
+    }
+    _getSpawnOptions(options, toolPath) {
+        options = options || {};
+        const result = {};
+        result.cwd = options.cwd;
+        result.env = options.env;
+        result['windowsVerbatimArguments'] =
+            options.windowsVerbatimArguments || this._isCmdFile();
+        if (options.windowsVerbatimArguments) {
+            result.argv0 = `"${toolPath}"`;
+        }
+        return result;
+    }
+    /**
+     * Exec a tool.
+     * Output will be streamed to the live console.
+     * Returns promise with return code
+     *
+     * @param     tool     path to tool to exec
+     * @param     options  optional exec options.  See ExecOptions
+     * @returns   number
+     */
+    exec() {
+        return __awaiter(this, void 0, void 0, function* () {
+            // root the tool path if it is unrooted and contains relative pathing
+            if (!ioUtil.isRooted(this.toolPath) &&
+                (this.toolPath.includes('/') ||
+                    (IS_WINDOWS && this.toolPath.includes('\\')))) {
+                // prefer options.cwd if it is specified, however options.cwd may also need to be rooted
+                this.toolPath = path.resolve(process.cwd(), this.options.cwd || process.cwd(), this.toolPath);
+            }
+            // if the tool is only a file name, then resolve it from the PATH
+            // otherwise verify it exists (add extension on Windows if necessary)
+            this.toolPath = yield io.which(this.toolPath, true);
+            return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
+                this._debug(`exec tool: ${this.toolPath}`);
+                this._debug('arguments:');
+                for (const arg of this.args) {
+                    this._debug(`   ${arg}`);
+                }
+                const optionsNonNull = this._cloneExecOptions(this.options);
+                if (!optionsNonNull.silent && optionsNonNull.outStream) {
+                    optionsNonNull.outStream.write(this._getCommandString(optionsNonNull) + os.EOL);
+                }
+                const state = new ExecState(optionsNonNull, this.toolPath);
+                state.on('debug', (message) => {
+                    this._debug(message);
+                });
+                const fileName = this._getSpawnFileName();
+                const cp = child.spawn(fileName, this._getSpawnArgs(optionsNonNull), this._getSpawnOptions(this.options, fileName));
+                const stdbuffer = '';
+                if (cp.stdout) {
+                    cp.stdout.on('data', (data) => {
+                        if (this.options.listeners && this.options.listeners.stdout) {
+                            this.options.listeners.stdout(data);
+                        }
+                        if (!optionsNonNull.silent && optionsNonNull.outStream) {
+                            optionsNonNull.outStream.write(data);
+                        }
+                        this._processLineBuffer(data, stdbuffer, (line) => {
+                            if (this.options.listeners && this.options.listeners.stdline) {
+                                this.options.listeners.stdline(line);
+                            }
+                        });
+                    });
+                }
+                const errbuffer = '';
+                if (cp.stderr) {
+                    cp.stderr.on('data', (data) => {
+                        state.processStderr = true;
+                        if (this.options.listeners && this.options.listeners.stderr) {
+                            this.options.listeners.stderr(data);
+                        }
+                        if (!optionsNonNull.silent &&
+                            optionsNonNull.errStream &&
+                            optionsNonNull.outStream) {
+                            const s = optionsNonNull.failOnStdErr
+                                ? optionsNonNull.errStream
+                                : optionsNonNull.outStream;
+                            s.write(data);
+                        }
+                        this._processLineBuffer(data, errbuffer, (line) => {
+                            if (this.options.listeners && this.options.listeners.errline) {
+                                this.options.listeners.errline(line);
+                            }
+                        });
+                    });
+                }
+                cp.on('error', (err) => {
+                    state.processError = err.message;
+                    state.processExited = true;
+                    state.processClosed = true;
+                    state.CheckComplete();
+                });
+                cp.on('exit', (code) => {
+                    state.processExitCode = code;
+                    state.processExited = true;
+                    this._debug(`Exit code ${code} received from tool '${this.toolPath}'`);
+                    state.CheckComplete();
+                });
+                cp.on('close', (code) => {
+                    state.processExitCode = code;
+                    state.processExited = true;
+                    state.processClosed = true;
+                    this._debug(`STDIO streams have closed for tool '${this.toolPath}'`);
+                    state.CheckComplete();
+                });
+                state.on('done', (error, exitCode) => {
+                    if (stdbuffer.length > 0) {
+                        this.emit('stdline', stdbuffer);
+                    }
+                    if (errbuffer.length > 0) {
+                        this.emit('errline', errbuffer);
+                    }
+                    cp.removeAllListeners();
+                    if (error) {
+                        reject(error);
+                    }
+                    else {
+                        resolve(exitCode);
+                    }
+                });
+                if (this.options.input) {
+                    if (!cp.stdin) {
+                        throw new Error('child process missing stdin');
+                    }
+                    cp.stdin.end(this.options.input);
+                }
+            });
+        });
+    }
+}
+exports.ToolRunner = ToolRunner;
+/**
+ * Convert an arg string to an array of args. Handles escaping
+ *
+ * @param    argString   string of arguments
+ * @returns  string[]    array of arguments
+ */
+function argStringToArray(argString) {
+    const args = [];
+    let inQuotes = false;
+    let escaped = false;
+    let arg = '';
+    function append(c) {
+        // we only escape double quotes.
+        if (escaped && c !== '"') {
+            arg += '\\';
+        }
+        arg += c;
+        escaped = false;
+    }
+    for (let i = 0; i < argString.length; i++) {
+        const c = argString.charAt(i);
+        if (c === '"') {
+            if (!escaped) {
+                inQuotes = !inQuotes;
+            }
+            else {
+                append(c);
+            }
+            continue;
+        }
+        if (c === '\\' && escaped) {
+            append(c);
+            continue;
+        }
+        if (c === '\\' && inQuotes) {
+            escaped = true;
+            continue;
+        }
+        if (c === ' ' && !inQuotes) {
+            if (arg.length > 0) {
+                args.push(arg);
+                arg = '';
+            }
+            continue;
+        }
+        append(c);
+    }
+    if (arg.length > 0) {
+        args.push(arg.trim());
+    }
+    return args;
+}
+exports.argStringToArray = argStringToArray;
+class ExecState extends events.EventEmitter {
+    constructor(options, toolPath) {
+        super();
+        this.processClosed = false; // tracks whether the process has exited and stdio is closed
+        this.processError = '';
+        this.processExitCode = 0;
+        this.processExited = false; // tracks whether the process has exited
+        this.processStderr = false; // tracks whether stderr was written to
+        this.delay = 10000; // 10 seconds
+        this.done = false;
+        this.timeout = null;
+        if (!toolPath) {
+            throw new Error('toolPath must not be empty');
+        }
+        this.options = options;
+        this.toolPath = toolPath;
+        if (options.delay) {
+            this.delay = options.delay;
+        }
+    }
+    CheckComplete() {
+        if (this.done) {
+            return;
+        }
+        if (this.processClosed) {
+            this._setResult();
+        }
+        else if (this.processExited) {
+            this.timeout = setTimeout(ExecState.HandleTimeout, this.delay, this);
+        }
+    }
+    _debug(message) {
+        this.emit('debug', message);
+    }
+    _setResult() {
+        // determine whether there is an error
+        let error;
+        if (this.processExited) {
+            if (this.processError) {
+                error = new Error(`There was an error when attempting to execute the process '${this.toolPath}'. This may indicate the process failed to start. Error: ${this.processError}`);
+            }
+            else if (this.processExitCode !== 0 && !this.options.ignoreReturnCode) {
+                error = new Error(`The process '${this.toolPath}' failed with exit code ${this.processExitCode}`);
+            }
+            else if (this.processStderr && this.options.failOnStdErr) {
+                error = new Error(`The process '${this.toolPath}' failed because one or more lines were written to the STDERR stream`);
+            }
+        }
+        // clear the timeout
+        if (this.timeout) {
+            clearTimeout(this.tim