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Fixed #5892, #5930 -- Fixed some typos pointed out by ars@iki.fi and …

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@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ would like to be able to things like this in our models (we assume the
We assign to and retrieve from the ``hand`` attribute in our model just like
any other Python class. The trick is to tell Django how to handle saving and
-loading such an object
+loading such an object.
In order to use the ``Hand`` class in our models, we **do not** have to change
this class at all. This is ideal, because it means you can easily write
@@ -98,7 +98,7 @@ For our ``Hand`` example, we could convert the card data to a string of 104
characters by concatenating all the cards together in a pre-determined order.
Say, all the *north* cards first, then the *east*, *south* and *west* cards, in
that order. So ``Hand`` objects can be saved to text or character columns in
-the database
+the database.
What does a field class do?
---------------------------
@@ -233,9 +233,9 @@ sure your field subclass uses ``django.db.models.SubfieldBase`` as its
metaclass. This ensures that the ``to_python()`` method, documented below_,
will always be called when the attribute is initialised.
-Our ``HandleField`` class now looks like this::
+Our ``HandField`` class now looks like this::
- class HandleField(models.Field):
+ class HandField(models.Field):
__metaclass__ = models.SubfieldBase
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
@@ -549,7 +549,7 @@ we can reuse some existing conversion code::
Some general advice
--------------------
-Writing a custom field can be a tricky process sometime, particularly if you
+Writing a custom field can be a tricky process sometimes, particularly if you
are doing complex conversions between your Python types and your database and
serialization formats. A couple of tips to make things go more smoothly:
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