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Removed notes about legacy Paginator object in the generic view docs …

…(refs #7830).

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@@ -875,41 +875,8 @@ If the results are paginated, the context will contain these extra variables:
``page_obj`` (**New in Django development version**)
An instance of ``django.core.paginator.Page``.
-In older versions of Django, before ``paginator`` and ``page_obj`` were added
-to this template's context, the template included several other variables
-related to pagination. Note that you should *NOT* use these variables anymore;
-use ``paginator`` and ``page_obj`` instead, because they let you do everything
-these old variables let you do (and more!). But for legacy installations,
-here's a list of those old template variables:
-
- * ``results_per_page``: The number of objects per page. (Same as the
- ``paginate_by`` parameter.)
-
- * ``has_next``: A boolean representing whether there's a next page.
-
- * ``has_previous``: A boolean representing whether there's a previous page.
-
- * ``page``: The current page number, as an integer. This is 1-based.
-
- * ``next``: The next page number, as an integer. If there's no next page,
- this will still be an integer representing the theoretical next-page
- number. This is 1-based.
-
- * ``previous``: The previous page number, as an integer. This is 1-based.
-
- * ``last_on_page``: The number of the
- last result on the current page. This is 1-based.
-
- * ``first_on_page``: The number of the
- first result on the current page. This is 1-based.
-
- * ``pages``: The total number of pages, as an integer.
-
- * ``hits``: The total number of objects across *all* pages, not just this
- page.
-
- * ``page_range``: A list of the page numbers that are available. This is
- 1-based.
+See the `pagination documentation`_ for more information on the ``Paginator``
+and ``Page`` objects.
Notes on pagination
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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