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ansible-test: change Fedora 24, 25 to 28, 29 (#49586) - 2.7 #49589

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jborean93 commented Dec 6, 2018

(cherry picked from commit 5392cae)

SUMMARY

Backport of #49586 and #49634

Things to do before merge

  • Merge pip test backport #49638 - done
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ansibot commented Dec 6, 2018

@jborean93 jborean93 force-pushed the jborean93:fedora28-2.7 branch from 9c4a71c to 14f7dd1 Dec 6, 2018

@ansibot ansibot added needs_revision and removed core_review labels Dec 6, 2018

@jborean93 jborean93 changed the title from ansible-test: change Fedora 24 to 28 (#49586) - 2.7 to WIP ansible-test: change Fedora 24, 25 to 28, 29 (#49586) - 2.7 Dec 7, 2018

@ansibot ansibot added the WIP label Dec 7, 2018

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ansible-test: change Fedora 24 to 28 (#49586)
(cherry picked from commit 5392cae)
ansible-test - swap Fedora 25 for 29 (#49634)
(cherry picked from commit 6a09db5)

@jborean93 jborean93 force-pushed the jborean93:fedora28-2.7 branch from 201fbe3 to 4754652 Dec 9, 2018

@jborean93 jborean93 changed the title from WIP ansible-test: change Fedora 24, 25 to 28, 29 (#49586) - 2.7 to ansible-test: change Fedora 24, 25 to 28, 29 (#49586) - 2.7 Dec 9, 2018

@abadger abadger merged commit 3343be2 into ansible:stable-2.7 Dec 10, 2018

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abadger commented Dec 10, 2018

Merged in time for the 2.7.5 release

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