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Changed "mysite/mytemplates/" -> "mysite/templates" in tutorial.

Thanks James Pic.
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4 docs/intro/reusable-apps.txt
@@ -74,11 +74,11 @@ After the previous tutorials, our project should look like this::
results.html
urls.py
views.py
- mytemplates/
+ templates/
admin/
base_site.html
-You created ``mysite/mytemplates`` in :doc:`Tutorial 2 </intro/tutorial02>`,
+You created ``mysite/templates`` in :doc:`Tutorial 2 </intro/tutorial02>`,
and ``polls/templates`` in :doc:`Tutorial 3 </intro/tutorial03>`. Now perhaps
it is clearer why we chose to have separate template directories for the
project and application: everything that is part of the polls application is in
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11 docs/intro/tutorial02.txt
@@ -404,7 +404,7 @@ system.
Customizing your *project's* templates
--------------------------------------
-Create a ``mytemplates`` directory in your project directory. Templates can
+Create a ``templates`` directory in your project directory. Templates can
live anywhere on your filesystem that Django can access. (Django runs as
whatever user your server runs.) However, keeping your templates within the
project is a good convention to follow.
@@ -412,13 +412,12 @@ project is a good convention to follow.
Open your settings file (``mysite/settings.py``, remember) and add a
:setting:`TEMPLATE_DIRS` setting::
- TEMPLATE_DIRS = (os.path.join(BASE_DIR, 'mytemplates'),)
+ TEMPLATE_DIRS = [os.path.join(BASE_DIR, 'templates')]
-Don't forget the trailing comma. :setting:`TEMPLATE_DIRS` is a tuple of
-filesystem directories to check when loading Django templates; it's a search
-path.
+:setting:`TEMPLATE_DIRS` is an iterable of filesystem directories to check when
+loading Django templates; it's a search path.
-Now create a directory called ``admin`` inside ``mytemplates``, and copy the
+Now create a directory called ``admin`` inside ``templates``, and copy the
template ``admin/base_site.html`` from within the default Django admin
template directory in the source code of Django itself
(``django/contrib/admin/templates``) into that directory.
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2  docs/intro/tutorial03.txt
@@ -300,7 +300,7 @@ Django knows to find the polls templates even though we didn't modify
and it would work perfectly well. However, this template belongs to the
polls application, so unlike the admin template we created in the previous
tutorial, we'll put this one in the application's template directory
- (``polls/templates``) rather than the project's (``mytemplates``). We'll
+ (``polls/templates``) rather than the project's (``templates``). We'll
discuss in more detail in the :doc:`reusable apps tutorial
</intro/reusable-apps>` *why* we do this.
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