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  Commit: b667a6d799ed49f241a33d47fd1823663f07f6b3
  Author: codetriage-readme-bot 
  Date:   2018-02-13 (Tue, 13 Feb 2018)

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  Add CodeTriage badge to phpmyadmin/sql-parser

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  Commit: eca0deafa636be263102fbdfc1c93a58c5f8d00f
  Author: Michal Čihař <>
  Date:   2018-02-14 (Wed, 14 Feb 2018)

  Changed paths:

  Log Message:
  Merge pull request #187 from codetriage-readme-bot/codetriage-badge

Add CodeTriage badge to phpmyadmin/sql-parser

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