returner() doesn't record method calls

Gary Bernhardt avatarGary Bernhardt created an issue

A method created with returns= records its calls:

>>> d = Dingus(x__returns=5)
>>> d.x()
>>> d.calls
[('x', (), {}, 5)]

but a method created with returner() doesn't:

>>> d = Dingus(x=returner(5))
>>> d.x()
>>> d.calls

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