Issue #372 new

Use Python 2.7+ for releases

Jason R. Coombs avatarJason R. Coombs created an issue

In #371, I learned that is no longer necessary to include package data when building against Python 2.7 or later. Let's require Python 2.7 (for releasing Distribute, not installing) and obviate the need for the redundant information in

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