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Invalid PHPUnit dependency in utilityHelpers.php?

edited July 14 in Feedback

It seems that PHPUnit has become a dependency in app\helpers\utilityHelpers.php - it doesn't seem right that the unit test library is a dependency in the production PHP file. The two PHPUnit imports are on on lines 45&46 of that file. It is causing class not found exception caused by a throw statement on 3180 of the same file when running a site replication. Source code was pulled from the Providence develop branch.

<br /> 45 use PHPUnit\Framework\Exception;<br /> 46 use PHPUnit\Framework\SelfDescribing;<br /> ....<br /> 3179 if (!$vo_parsed_measurement) {<br /> 3180 throw new Exception(_t('Not a valid measurement [%1]', $ps_value));<br /> 3181 }<br />

I'm guessing that 3180 should be:
3180 throw new \Exception(_t('Not a valid measurement [%1]', $ps_value));

instead? And it seems like whatever PHPUnit dependencies exist in that file should be removed?

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