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Make null_store the default cache store in test environment config #33773
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It's surprising to me that by default, low-level caching is functional in the test environment. This simply adds
config.cache_store = :null_storein
The existing defaults in
test.rbas well as the Rails Guides kinda have you believe the
null_storeis the default.
Really was on the fence about opening this as it may not be a substantial enough change to warrant dev resources. But since Rails has such a great reputation of providing sane defaults, I felt like this would be worth it.
I perused the tests and wasn't sure where best to add anything.
Appropriate to update CHANGELOG?