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# search for requirement files
# default: True
# allowed: True, False
search: False

# Specify requirement files by hand, default is empty
# default: empty
# allowed: list
requirements:
 - docs/requirements.txt
 - tools/requirements_flake8.txt
 - tools/requirements_mypy.txt
 - tools/wpt/requirements.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_android_webview.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_chrome.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_chrome_android.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_chrome_ios.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_edge.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_edge_chromium.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_epiphany.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_firefox.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_ie.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_opera.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_safari.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_sauce.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_servo.txt
 - tools/wptrunner/requirements_webkit.txt

 # try and avoid bogus PRs where these get updated (has happened occasionally)
 - annotation-protocol/requirements.txt:
     update: False
 - css/requirements.txt:
     update: False
 - tools/third_party/html5lib/requirements-optional.txt:
     update: False
 - tools/third_party/html5lib/requirements-test.txt:
     update: False
 - tools/third_party/html5lib/requirements.txt:
     update: False
 - tools/third_party/pytest/doc/en/requirements.txt:
     update: False
 - tools/third_party/pytest/tasks/requirements.txt:
     update: False