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Simplified the implementation of register_model.
register_model is called exactly once in the entire Django code base, at the bottom of ModelBase.__new__: new_class._meta.apps.register_model(new_class._meta.app_label, new_class) ModelBase.__new__ exits prematurely 120 lines earlier (sigh) if a model with the same name is already registered: if new_class._meta.apps.get_registered_model(new_class._meta.app_label, name): return (This isn't the exact code, but it's equivalent.) apps.register_model and apps.get_registered_model are essentially a setter and a getter for apps.all_models, and apps.register_model is the only setter. As a consequence, new_class._meta.apps.all_models cannot change in-between. Considering that name == new_class.__name__, we can conclude that register_model(app_label, model) is always called with such arguments that get_registered_model(app_label, model.__name__) returns None. Considering that model._meta.model_name == model.__name__.lower(), and looking at the implementation of register_model and get_registered_model, this proves that self.all_models[app_label] doesn't contain model._meta.model_name in register_model, allowing us to simplify the implementation.
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