Thanks for the tips Chris and Dieter, I actually solved it in a very simple way:
from OFS.Image import File
from time import time
""" This file works the same as a normal File expect that
in manage_edit() the internal modification time is set immediately.
Normally Zope objects get their internal modification set when
the transaction manager commits.
def manage_edit(self, title, content_type, precondition='',
# here's the mock hack, we set the _p_mtime NOW instead of letting
# the transaction manager do it at the end.
self._p_mtime = time()
return File.manage_edit(self, title, content_type,
This worked beautifully in the integration test. I'm happy.
On 10/04/2008, Chris Withers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Peter Bengtsson wrote:
> > How can I solve this? Make one big transaction two without having to
> > use transaction.get().commit() which I don't think I can use in unit
> > tests as per Dieter's advice.
> I'd suggest monkeypatching bobobase_modification_time on the objects you're
> testing with. You're testing your cache code, not the implementation of
> those objects, so replacing them with (partially) dummy objects is great for
> avoiding this kind of problem and is a pattern I've used frequently...
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