#21 multiple levels of custom mapping processed in wrong order

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2005-11-16
2005-11-02
Rohan Hart
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a simple reverse of the super class list seems to do
the trick for me - see patch

Discussion

  • Franz Garsombke

    Franz Garsombke - 2005-11-02

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    fixed for 1.5.7 in CVS. I also found another place where we
    needed to check the instance of field mapping for exclude in
    the super type checking...

    Just curious how this bug manifests itself? I would like to
    write a unit test for it...

    Thanks.

    Franz

     
  • Franz Garsombke

    Franz Garsombke - 2005-11-02
    • assigned_to: nobody --> fgarsombke
    • status: open --> pending
     
  • Rohan Hart

    Rohan Hart - 2005-11-03
    • status: pending --> open
     
  • Rohan Hart

    Rohan Hart - 2005-11-03

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    what happens is that a GenericFieldMap (from foo to foo) is
    used rather than the grandparent's custom mapping

    cheers
    Rohan

     
  • Franz Garsombke

    Franz Garsombke - 2005-11-04
    • status: open --> pending
     
  • Franz Garsombke

    Franz Garsombke - 2005-11-16
    • status: pending --> closed
     

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