Author anfedorov
Recipients anfedorov, michael.foord, shmed
Date 2016-11-14.17:04:07
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Here's the full extension of the example from documentation that doesn't
seem to handle classes and functions consistently:

  import mock

  patches = {
      'requests_get': 'requests.get',
      'mymodule_Class1': 'mymodule.Class1'
  }

  root_mock = mock.Mock()
  for name, path in patches.items():
      m = mock.patch(path, autospec=True)
      root_mock.attach_mock(m.start(), name)

  import requests
  import mymodule

  mymodule.Class1('foo')
  requests.get('bar')

  print root_mock.mock_calls
  # [call.mymodule_Class1('foo')]

Does this working as expected make sense, or is there some reason this is
an undesirable API to behave consistently regardless of what's being
patched?
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