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Update premium primitives test to use python 3.6 #916

merged 3 commits into from Apr 20, 2020


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@gsheni gsheni commented Apr 17, 2020

Pull Request Description

  • Update premium primitives test to use python 3.6 test

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Merging #916 into master will not change coverage.
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@gsheni gsheni requested a review from rwedge April 20, 2020 16:34
@gsheni gsheni self-assigned this Apr 20, 2020
@gsheni gsheni changed the title [WIP] Update premium primitives test to use python 3.6 Update premium primitives test to use python 3.6 Apr 20, 2020
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Looks good!

@gsheni gsheni merged commit 903a473 into master Apr 20, 2020
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@gsheni gsheni deleted the update_premium_primitives_ci branch April 20, 2020 20:20
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