Paginate SQLAlchemy select test fails

Mike Orr avatarMike Orr created an issue

A test using paginate and a SQLAlchemy select fails. It's the commented test in tests/ . The full traceback is next to the test.

    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "WebHelpers/tests/", line 181, in test_sqlalchemy_select
        page = paginate.Page(sql, sqlalchemy_session=session)
      File "WebHelpers/webhelpers/", line 407, in __init__
        self.item_count = len(self.collection)
    ValueError: __len__() should return >= 0
    (Pdb) p len(self.collection)
    *** ValueError: ValueError('__len__() should return >= 0',)
    (Pdb) p self.collection.__len__()

Is paginate with Select broken? If so, how long has it been like that and is anybody using it? Or is the test built wrong?

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