I don't understand why the cache is accumulated between the tests. I thought one of the axioms of unit testing is that the tests should not affect each other.
Couldn't find anything that explains why it's done this way but it seems a bit strange. Anybody know if there's a reason or is this a reason for me to upload a patch to Django code?
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from django.test import TestCase from django.core.cache import cache from django.conf import settings class MyTests(TestCase): def tearDown(self): assert settings.CACHE_BACKEND == 'locmem:///' [cache.delete(key) for key in cache._cache.keys()]
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