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Date 2020-12-02.11:14:10
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Nonetheless having several attempts, I wasn't able to create reproducible example for this bug, but I will try describing it in detail.

I have a package with multiple modules. One of the paths is like `mymodule.nestedmodule.io`, among other functions, this module contains functions `foo()` and `bar()`, where `bar()` does call `foo()`. The module *does not* import base python's `io` module. I have a unit test that patches:

with path('mymodule.nestedmodule.io.foo'):
    bar()


The problem is, when running the test I get the following error: `AttributeError: <module 'io' from '/usr/local/lib/python3.7/io.py'> does not have the attribute 'foo'`. The problem is solved when I rename `io` to `myio` and correct all the paths to use the new name.
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