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Author zkrynicki
Recipients zkrynicki
Date 2015-03-03.08:36:25
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I'm the upstream developer of padme -- the mostly transparent proxy class for Python. While working on unit tests for proxying numeric methods I realized that there are a few bugs in the mock library.

The bug I'd like to report now is that __rdivmod__ cannot be mocked by MagicMock. This seems to be caused by the fact that it is listed as magic but not as numeric (for which right-hand-side variants are created).

Note that it cannot be simply added to numeric as it doesn't have the augmented assignment variant (there is no __idivmod__).

The bug is present in all versions of Python that come with unittest.mock (3.3, 3.4 and 3.5) and it is also present in the upstream/standalone version of mock
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