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Cattrs 1.7.0 released by the end of May 2021 break lineage usage #16173

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@potiuk potiuk commented May 30, 2021

See #16172

For now we limit the cattrs to < 1.7.0

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See apache#16172

For now we limit the cattrs to < 1.7.0

(cherry picked from commit 19eb7ef)
@jedcunningham jedcunningham added this to the Airflow 2.1.1 milestone Nov 22, 2021
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