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    • Nicola Spanti's avatar
      [pkg] version 0.7.3 · 2091f9fc7d94
      Nicola Spanti authored
      Why upgrading CubicWeb minimum version? We don't support 3.25 and
      less, and even 3.26 should disappear but it is the last version
      that supports Python 2 and it is in consequence sadly still used.
      So it is better not to create illusion and be clear that we won't
      add a fix for a too old version of CubicWeb. Projects must
      upgrade, maintaining very old stuff is dirty work.
      2091f9fc7d94
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    • Philippe Pepiot's avatar
      Update to celery 4 · 90ab474e75a2
      Philippe Pepiot authored
      This is not backward compatible with celery 3, so pin celery>=4
      
      See http://docs.celeryproject.org/en/4.0/whatsnew-4.0.html for summary of changes
      
      Change attributes from celery.app.config to lower case.
      Drop setting serializer to json in README and tests since json is now the
      default serializer.
      
      I had issues with test_workflow_group() where AsyncResult().get on the *group*
      task_id hang. It looks related to our test infrastructure and AFAIK there is no
      known usage of this for cubes using cubicweb-celerytask.
      I think we must dig into this bug but I already spent enough time on this, so
      let's move forward and skip this part of the test.
      90ab474e75a2
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