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Subject [GitHub] [airflow] loicbenoit opened a new pull request #7080: [AIRFLOW-6488] Add missing relation to op4
Date Mon, 06 Jan 2020 16:46:36 GMT
loicbenoit opened a new pull request #7080: [AIRFLOW-6488] Add missing relation to op4
   See:, near line
   In last "and equivalent to", it seems op4 should still depend on both op2 and op3.
   op1 >> op2 >> op4
   op1 >> op3 >> op4
   and equivalent to:
   op1.set_downstream([op2, op3])
   **op4.set_upstream([op2, op3])** #Expected this, but it's missing.
   Issue link: WILL BE INSERTED BY [boring-cyborg](
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