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Different deserialization for Date fields #79

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malexer opened this Issue Dec 4, 2014 · 1 comment

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malexer commented Dec 4, 2014

There is a different deserialization of Date fields.

In case when "python-dateutil" is installed it returns "datetime.date" - CORRECT
In case when "python-dateutil" is not installed it returns "datetime.datetime" - WRONG

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@sloria sloria closed this in #80 Dec 6, 2014

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Use more direct type checking in tests
The tests did not catch #79 because datetimes are an instance
of `datetime.date`. From now on, use:
    assert type(obj) == expected_type
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sloria commented Dec 6, 2014

Thanks!

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