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Deprecate Python 3.2 Support #372

derks opened this Issue Jul 1, 2016 · 0 comments


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derks commented Jul 1, 2016

Python 3.2 is causing issues, and is known to cause issues throughout many other projects due to the absence of the u"String Prefix". Even trying to test Cement with Python 3.2 fails due to all of the dependencies (for extensions) that fail becuase they rely on the unicode string prefix. Cement core itself does not have any dependencies and should continue to work on Python 3.2, however due to the inconveniences of testing and usage of extensions that have external dependencies, it makes sense to drop Python 3.2 support and no longer include it in unit tests (Travis).

@derks derks added the stable/2.10.x label Jul 1, 2016

@derks derks added this to the 2.10.0 Stable milestone Jul 1, 2016

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