Update gitiles to 1.1.0

Changes in gitiles since v1.0.0:
311e6f7 Bump version to 1.1.0
19a0e44 Rendering images
9707668 Provide nonce as String, not Optional<String>, to Soy
34d5008 Provide csp_nonce to Soy Templates
21831b9 Update to commonmark 0.21.0 (was 0.10.0)
b07bdd9 Remove inline event handlers in the soy template.
da89544 Don't ignore .txt file extension
da9134f Documentation: customTemplates
33d4c13 Documentation: exportAll
68f511a Documentation: URLs
0b4abb4 Documentation: siteTitle
07e2142 Documentation: redirectGitweb
ed97b7f Documentation: fixedTimeZone
acb511d Add java-prettify submodule
1da888c Update bazlets to latest
890cc12 doc: mention git submodule update
daac590 doc: build rules requires /usr/bin/python
8cc5022 Elaborate developer documentation
ce80495 Provide a support to blame on a given commit. This is done by
        passing in RevCommit as a start to blame.
d9b7621 Update JGit to ca166a0
3b35763 Bazel: Switch to using toolchain resolution for java rules
c383b26 Update JGit to 2d9ed3c
bc3830e developer-guide: Version scheme changed to Semantic Versioning
f950839 Bump commons-compress version to 1.21 and tukaani-xz to 1.9

Update commonmark to 0.21.0 to stay in sync with gitiles dependencies

Release-Notes: Update gitiles to 1.1.0 and commonmark to 0.21.0
Change-Id: Iaef809b39d457e172875e961316caaab33013553
1 file changed
tree: babfa8e899c6286532509966e3b8ff2ee7a97092
  1. .settings/
  2. .ts-out/
  3. antlr3/
  4. contrib/
  5. Documentation/
  6. e2e-tests/
  7. java/
  8. javatests/
  9. lib/
  10. modules/
  11. plugins/
  12. polygerrit-ui/
  13. prolog/
  14. prologtests/
  15. proto/
  16. resources/
  17. tools/
  18. webapp/
  19. .bazelignore
  20. .bazelproject
  21. .bazelrc
  22. .bazelversion
  23. .editorconfig
  24. .git-blame-ignore-revs
  25. .gitignore
  26. .gitmodules
  27. .gitreview
  28. .mailmap
  29. .pydevproject
  30. .zuul.yaml
  31. BUILD
  34. Jenkinsfile
  35. package.json
  36. README.md
  38. version.bzl
  39. web-dev-server.config.mjs
  41. yarn.lock

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