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django Fix for __in lookups on pk
docs Fixed #9472 -- Fixed a couple of URL patterns to be more consistent (…
extras Removed outdated "adminindex" command -- the same behavior is now far…
scripts Added a man page for Also install it correctly as pa…
tests Fixed #9608: Ensured a Model's default repr() is printable even if it…
AUTHORS Quit being a complete mystery.
INSTALL Fixed #8876 -- Fixed incorrect path to install.txt in INSTALL. Thanks…
LICENSE Updated LICENSE file to acknowledge individual copyrights as well (after Added GeoDjango template and test data directories to the manifest te…
README Cleaned up a bunch of minor doc stuff:
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