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Removed WSGI upgrade instructions for Django 1.3 and earlier.

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@@ -89,28 +89,3 @@ to combine a Django application with a WSGI application of another framework.
middleware up to version 2.0.7. In those cases the
:data:`~django.core.signals.request_finished` signal isn't sent. This can
result in idle connections to database and memcache servers.
-Upgrading from Django < 1.4
-If you're upgrading from Django 1.3.x or earlier, you don't have a
-:file:`` file in your project.
-You can simply add one to your project's top-level Python package (probably
-next to :file:`` and :file:``) with the contents below::
- import os
- os.environ.setdefault("DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE", "mysite.settings")
- from django.core.wsgi import get_wsgi_application
- application = get_wsgi_application()
-The ``os.environ.setdefault`` line just sets the default settings module to
-use, if you haven't explicitly set the :envvar:`DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE`
-environment variable. You'll need to edit this line to replace ``mysite`` with
-the name of your project package, so the path to your settings module is
-Also add ``WSGI_APPLICATION = "mysite.wsgi.application"`` in your settings, so
-that :djadmin:`runserver` finds your ``application`` callable. Don't forget to
-replace ``mysite`` with the name of your project in this line.

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