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Drop support for 2.6 #443

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scardine opened this Issue May 16, 2018 · 2 comments

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scardine commented May 16, 2018

Since Python 2.6 is not supported by Python's core team anymore does it make sense to keep supporting it? Another nail in 2.6's coffin is the fact that currently the CI build for 2.6 is not even passing - dropping support for 2.6 is easier than fixing the build.

DEPRECATION: Python 2.6 is no longer supported by the Python core team, please upgrade
             your Python. A future version of pip will drop support for Python 2.6

People stuck with 2.6 can always install an older version of petl; it is 2018 and keeping support for 2.6 is not worth anymore.

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hugovk commented May 17, 2018

Here's the pip installs for petl from PyPI for April 2018:

python_version percent download_count
2.7 73.39% 4,033
3.6 12.39% 681
3.5 6.77% 372
3.4 6.57% 361
2.6 0.86% 47
3.7 0.02% 1
Total 5,495

Source: pypinfo --start-date 2018-04-01 --end-date 2018-04-30 --percent --pip --markdown petl pyversion

Please see PR #444.

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