…tch for activemodel-mock, fixed tests
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Signed-off-by: Bryan Stone <firstname.lastname@example.org> Conflicts: Gemfile spec/models/weight_limits_spec.rb
…y broken since active_shipping is using active_utils 3.0.0 and spree master is using Rails 4.2
… inventory_units inside of new class `Spree::Stock::ContentItem` 6 specs still failing, centered around `Spree::Calculator::Shipping::ActiveShipping::Base.convert_package_to_weights_array`
…n`, to make sure correct values are available. These depend on spree/spree#5546
Remaining broken tests are caused by a regression in Spree::Core, where Spree::Package no longer knows about its order. Therefore, none of spree_active_shipping’s methods are able to call `package.order.ship_address`
Without this, the factories don’t work.