ForeignKey emitter recursion can be infinite and crashes python

Erik LaBianca avatarErik LaBianca created an issue

It's arguable that doing this is a poor design, but it's sure confusing when the python interpreter goes boom for the first time. It's only an issue in the TIP where there is a case for emitting RelatedManagers.

If you have two models, A and B, with a relationship between them, and include the relationship field in both handlers "fields" property, trying to emit either handler will blow up with a stack overflow.

I've implemented a simple recursion stack that prevents double-serializing any object at

It might be a better idea to just throw an exception instead of return None, judgement call I guess.

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