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Remove Python 2.6 support #469

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jeremycline commented Aug 16, 2017

See #418 and mokshaproject/moksha#48.

Signed-off-by: Jeremy Cline


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Merging #469 into develop will decrease coverage by 0.1%.
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##           develop     #469      +/-   ##
- Coverage    58.92%   58.82%   -0.11%     
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  Branches       303      303              
- Hits          1079     1077       -2     
- Misses         665      667       +2     
  Partials        87       87
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fedmsg/crypto/ 58.46% <0%> (-3.08%) ⬇️

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There will be a conflict with #470 but easy enough to fix.

👍 for me

Backwards incompatible changes
* Python 2.6 is no longer supported

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pypingou Aug 17, 2017


Will conflict with #470

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jeremycline Aug 17, 2017


I figured this way I'd be forced to write the release note instead of putting it off until I want to tag the release 😄

Remove Python 2.6 support
Signed-off-by: Jeremy Cline <>

@jeremycline jeremycline force-pushed the jeremycline:remove-py26 branch from deab99e to 5c6b3b2 Aug 17, 2017


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jeremycline commented Aug 17, 2017

Not sure what the deal is with codecov here, the report I generate locally shows that line as covered and there's no reason I can see that that code only would have been exercised in Python 2.6 alone.

@jeremycline jeremycline merged commit d7da47f into fedora-infra:develop Aug 17, 2017

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@jeremycline jeremycline deleted the jeremycline:remove-py26 branch Aug 17, 2017


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frenzymadness commented Aug 17, 2017

Perfect work! Side note: The specfile should be also modified. Should I create a bug in bugzilla?

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