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Commits on May 11, 2012
  1. Some final polishing

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  2. @niwinz
  3. @niwinz
  4. @aaugustin

    Fixed #18281 -- Misleading wording in the tutorial.

    aaugustin authored
    Thanks bhp for the report.
  5. @tylerball @claudep
Commits on May 10, 2012
  1. @aaugustin

    Fixed #17518 -- CSS glitch in StackedInline.

    aaugustin authored
    Thanks sebastian for the report and patch.
  2. @aaugustin

    Fixed #16335 -- Clarified an unintuitive behavior.

    aaugustin authored
    The DTL will perform dict lookup before method lookup, which yields
    an unexpected result for defaultdicts.
  3. @aaugustin

    Fixed #17798 -- Tweaked the CA localflavor.

    aaugustin authored
    Thanks shelldweller.
  4. @aaugustin

    Fixed #17950 -- Warned about usability limits of ModelChoiceField.

    aaugustin authored
    Thanks poirier for the report.
  5. @aaugustin
  6. @aaugustin
  7. @claudep

    Replaced foo.next() by next(foo).

    claudep authored
    This new syntax for next() has been introduced in Python 2.6 and is
    compatible with Python 3.
  8. @jezdez

    Set the post process cache when finished instead of one by one.

    jezdez authored
    This should prevent a race condition if running collectstatic is
    canceled or its cache is accessed from other processes, leaving the
    cache in a corrupt state.
Commits on May 9, 2012
  1. Fix proxy model Query.remove_inherited_models()

    authored
    Fixed #18248 -- proxy models were added to included_inherited_models
    in sql.query.Query. The variable is meant to be used for multitable
    inheritance only. This mistake caused problems in situations where
    proxy model's query was reused.
Commits on May 8, 2012
  1. @alex

    Merge pull request #50 from duilio/master

    alex authored
    Make Comment._get_userinfo properly reentrant.
  2. @duilio
Commits on May 7, 2012
  1. Merge pull request #48 from akaariai/pull_38_fix

    authored
    Fixed total_ordering for Python < 2.7.2
  2. Fixed total_ordering for Python < 2.7.2

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    The total_ordering in Python versions prior to 2.7.2 is buggy, and
    this caused infinite recursion for Field comparisons on those
    versions. Use the borrowed total_ordering for all Python versions
    prior to 2.7.2.
    
    The buggy total_ordering was introduced in commit
    5cbfb48
  3. @charettes

    Made model fields comparable to other objects

    charettes authored committed
    Fixed #17851 -- Added __lt__ and @total_ordering to models.Field,
    made sure these work correctly on other objects than Field, too.
  4. @claudep

    Imported zip from future_builtins instead of itertools.izip.

    claudep authored
    In Python 3, itertools.izip is not available any more (behaviour
    integrated in standard zip).
Commits on May 6, 2012
  1. @aaugustin
Commits on May 5, 2012
  1. @claudep

    Used io.BytesIO also for ContentFile.

    claudep authored
    io.StringIO would force the content to be Unicode, which would be
    slightly backwards incompatible.
  2. @claudep

    Replaced cStringIO.StringIO by io.BytesIO.

    claudep authored
    Also replaced StringIO.StringIO by BytesIO in some other appropriate
    places. StringIO is not available in Python 3.
  3. @alex
  4. @claudep

    Commented on a line that inadvertantly slipped in commit 865cd35

    claudep authored
    Ignoring __pycache__ directories fixes #17393 and prepare testing
    with Python 3.
  5. @claudep
Commits on May 4, 2012
  1. @claudep

    Fixed #18270 -- Corrected variable name in password reset example.

    claudep authored
    Thanks schnippi for the report.
Commits on May 3, 2012
  1. @claudep

    Inserted more simplefilter calls to be sure warnings are emitted.

    claudep authored
    Thanks to Florian Apolloner for suggesting the patch.
  2. @claudep
  3. @claudep
  4. @ramiro
  5. @ramiro
  6. @ramiro
  7. @ramiro
  8. @claudep
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