The existing content (some of which will have to be reworked to fit better) is now in the following main sections: * Getting started (introduction): step-by-step tutorials and guides to get you up and running * How-to guides (how_to): guides covering more advanced development * Key topics (topics): explanations of key parts of the system * Reference (reference): technical reference for APIs, key models and so on * Development & community (contributing) * Using django CMS (user): guides for using rather than setting up or developing for the CMS * Release notes & upgrade information (upgrade)
The agreed upon logic is that using the tag without the 'as' breakpoint, uses the backwards compatible logic that will raise a Page.DoesNotExist exception when the page cannot be found AND when settings.DEBUG=True. Using the tag with the 'as' breakpoint will always suppress the Page.DoesNotExist exception regardless of the settings.DEBUG value. Also, to do this cleanly, Ojii has updated django-classy-tags to expose an overridable get_value_for_context() method on AsTag. This bumps up the version required to 0.5 for django-cms. setup.py and test-requirements/* have been updated to reflect this. Signed-off-by: Martin Koistinen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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