Recursion error in TestCase class decorated by override_settings when overriding method on parent class and calling parent method
|Reported by:||Jim Dalton||Owned by:||nobody|
|Has patch:||yes||Needs documentation:||no|
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A bit hard to explain but a fairly straightforward bug. Basically, if you have a sub class of TestCase and then a sub class of that sub class that's decorated by @override_settings at the class level, and you override a method and then call the parent method, you get a recursion error.
Kind of easier to demonstrate in code:
from django.test import TestCase from django.test.utils import override_settings class FooTests(TestCase): def setUp(self): # do some stuff pass @override_settings(FOO='bar') class SubFooTests(TestCase): def setUp(self): # recursion error! super(SubFooTests, self).setUp()
I have a patch with a regression test that formally demonstrates this behavior but have not investigated it yet. It's possible it's related to #16224, but I don't really know.
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