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Have you filed a bug about this on Rails's lighthouse page? This sounds like a pretty serious case of something biting you in the ass unexpectedly.

Not yet. I have a test case associated with it that is tied to my application - I'm going to extract a self-contained test case sometime in the next week hopefully, and then I'll submit a bug with that included. I feel it's a bit difficult to explain otherwise (although I did an okay job in this post, if I may say so myself)

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