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Fixed #13333 -- Corrected typo in whatsnew docs. Thanks to cicatrix1 …

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Russell Keith-Magee authored May 10, 2010

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       to Django -- or to web development in general. It doesn't cover anything
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       in depth, but instead gives a high-level overview of how developing in
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       Django "feels".
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     * The :ref:`topic guides <topics-index>`, on the other hand, dive deep into
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       individual parts of Django. There are complete guides to Django's
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       :ref:`model system <topics-db-index>`, :ref:`template engine
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       <topics-templates>`, :ref:`forms framework <topics-forms-index>`, and much
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       more.
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-      This is probably where you'll want to spent most of your time; if you work
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+      This is probably where you'll want to spend most of your time; if you work
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       your way through these guides you should come out knowing pretty much
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       everything there is to know about Django.
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       methods, and modules are kept in the :ref:`reference <ref-index>`. This is
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       where you'll turn to find the details of a particular function or
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       whathaveyou.
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     * Finally, there's some "specialized" documentation not usually relevant to
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       most developers. This includes the :ref:`release notes <releases-index>`,
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       :ref:`documentation of obsolete features <obsolete-index>`,
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       :ref:`internals documentation <internals-index>` for those who want to add
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       code to Django itself, and a :ref:`few other things that simply don't fit
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       elsewhere <misc-index>`.
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 How documentation is updated
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     $ grep -r max_length /path/to/django/docs/
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 As HTML, locally
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       plain text to HTML. You'll need to install Sphinx by either downloading
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       .. code-block:: bash
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             $ easy_install Sphinx
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     * Then, just use the included ``Makefile`` to turn the documentation into
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             $ cd path/to/django/docs
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       You'll need `GNU Make`__ installed for this.
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     * The HTML documentation will be placed in ``docs/_build/html``.
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 .. warning::
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     At the time of this writing, Django's using a version of Sphinx not
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     yet released, so you'll currently need to install Sphinx from the
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     source. We'll fix this shortly.
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 __ http://sphinx.pocoo.org/
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 __ http://www.gnu.org/software/make/
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