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django-paging 0.2.3 added "django" to its list of dependencies in its setup.py. It should be "Django", not "django".
This caused a problem for me lately, exposing an obscure bug in pip and resulting in Django 1.2.5 installed in an environment that was expecting 1.0.x (which we install from a local tarball) -- pypa/pip#239
Though you might just remove "Django" from install_requires altogether; nobody's going to install a django-* package and not have Django installed already (or have some other plan for installing it)
This is now mitigated in the latest release by moving "django" from install_requires to tests_require, but it still ought to be changed from "django" to "Django" just to be on the safe side.