Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #3615, comment 34


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06/30/2011 04:41:46 AM (10 years ago)
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Ramiro Morales
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  • Ticket #3615, comment 34

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    33I've tried the v5 patch against sqlite3 and it creates/uncovers a bunch and errors and failures in our test suite.
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    5 Also, it makes the errors like the following one to be reported when loading certain `regressiontests/admin_views` fixtures (admin-views-books.xml) but they don't cause the test cases to fail. The traceback isn't very useful:
     5Also, it makes errors like the following one to be reported when loading certain `regressiontests/admin_views` fixtures (admin-views-books.xml) but they don't cause the test cases to fail. The traceback isn't very useful:
    66{{{
    77Problem installing fixture 'tests/regressiontests/admin_views/fixtures/admin-views-books.xml': Traceback (most recent call last):
     
    2727To reproduce, run the `admin_views` tests, all the tests methods from `CustomModelAdminTest` suffer from this (--verbosity 2 helps to see that). The !IntegrityError's appear only when `check_constraints()` is run.
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    29 Some tickets I've found that are related to this (some of them very tangentially): #14204, #15933, #16026, #8317.
     29Some tickets I've found that are related to this (some of them very tangentially): #14204, #16026, #8317, #15933.
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    3131Perhaps efforts in this ticket can be focused only on enhancing the situation of tests with MySQL (i.e. move back the new sql code checks in `check_constraints()` to the `mysql` backend) and leaving the other backend alone for now?
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