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Drop support for Python 3.3 #343

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Python 3.3 has reached end-of-life: (2017-09-29).

Drop support for Python 3.3
Python 3.3 has reached end-of-life: (2017-09-29)

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commented Jun 24, 2018

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Coverage remained the same at 95.265% when pulling 29af23d on svisser:drop-python-33 into 44f5ace on alecthomas:master.

@tusharmakkar08 tusharmakkar08 merged commit 72411cd into alecthomas:master Jun 24, 2018

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@svisser svisser deleted the svisser:drop-python-33 branch Jun 24, 2018

wip-sync pushed a commit to NetBSD/pkgsrc-wip that referenced this pull request Aug 13, 2019

py-voluptuous: Update to 0.11.7
Upstream changes are many minor improvements and bugfixes, plus


- [#378](alecthomas/voluptuous#378): Allow `extend()` of a `Schema` to return a subclass of a `Schema` as well.


- [#349](alecthomas/voluptuous#349): Support Python 3.7.
- [#343](alecthomas/voluptuous#343): Drop support for Python 3.3.


- [#293](alecthomas/voluptuous#293): Support Python 3.6.
- [#294](alecthomas/voluptuous#294): Drop support for Python 2.6, 3.1 and 3.2.
- [#318](alecthomas/voluptuous#318): Allow to use nested schema and allow any validator to be compiled.
- [#324](alecthomas/voluptuous#324):
  Default values MUST now pass validation just as any regular value. This is a backward incompatible change if a schema uses default values that don't pass validation against the specified schema.
- [#328](alecthomas/voluptuous#328):
  Modify `__lt__` in Marker class to allow comparison with non Marker objects, such as str and int.
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