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fix(deps): require uritemplate 3.0.1 #1629

merged 5 commits into from Dec 13, 2021

fix(deps): require uritemplate 3.0.1 #1629

merged 5 commits into from Dec 13, 2021


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@parthea parthea commented Dec 13, 2021

Fixes #1624 馃

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LGTM, with a non-blocking remark.

# e.g., if has "foo >= 1.14.0, < 2.0.0dev",
# Then this file should have foo==1.14.0
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Don't we normally pin the minimum version in the constraints file that targets the minimum Python version supported? It would IMO make sense to explain with a comment why this particular constraint lives in the constraints-3.10 file as well (unless this particular library is different).

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I agree with Peter that a comment in the 3.10 file would be desirable, but otherwise LGTM

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@parthea parthea commented Dec 13, 2021

I've reverted the change to testing/constraints-3.10.txt.

@parthea parthea merged commit 1c4cfdb into main Dec 13, 2021
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