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Beginning with 705eea1, the tests started failing... because the updated version of portend dropped support for Python 2.6.
Additionally, packaging tools and other foundational packages will be dropping support for Python 2.6 soon too.
It's time for CherryPy to do the same.
I'm not sure how Python 3.2 is problemmatic. If someone makes the case for dropping support, I imagine we could consider it. One area where there's still high demand for Python 3.2 support is in PyPy versions, though later versions have more modern interpreter support, so that's probably a non-issue.