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Fixed a few class references in the model field docs.

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@@ -45,11 +45,11 @@ booleans and dates. For both types of fields, you will also need to set
:attr:`~Field.blank`).
Avoid using :attr:`~Field.null` on string-based fields such as
-:class:`CharField` and :class:`TextField` unless you have an excellent reason.
-If a string-based field has ``null=True``, that means it has two possible values
-for "no data": ``NULL``, and the empty string. In most cases, it's redundant to
-have two possible values for "no data;" Django convention is to use the empty
-string, not ``NULL``.
+:class:`~django.db.models.CharField` and :class:`~django.db.models.TextField`
+unless you have an excellent reason. If a string-based field has ``null=True``,
+that means it has two possible values for "no data": ``NULL``, and the empty
+string. In most cases, it's redundant to have two possible values for "no
+data;" Django convention is to use the empty string, not ``NULL``.
.. note::
@@ -142,8 +142,9 @@ documentation.
Finally, note that choices can be any iterable object -- not necessarily a list
or tuple. This lets you construct choices dynamically. But if you find yourself
hacking :attr:`~Field.choices` to be dynamic, you're probably better off using a
-proper database table with a :class:`ForeignKey`. :attr:`~Field.choices` is
-meant for static data that doesn't change much, if ever.
+proper database table with a :class:`~django.db.models.ForeignKey`.
+:attr:`~Field.choices` is meant for static data that doesn't change much, if
+ever.
``db_column``
-------------
@@ -219,10 +220,10 @@ Alternatively you can use plain text and
If ``True``, this field is the primary key for the model.
If you don't specify ``primary_key=True`` for any fields in your model, Django
-will automatically add an :class:`IntegerField` to hold the primary key, so you
-don't need to set ``primary_key=True`` on any of your fields unless you want to
-override the default primary-key behavior. For more, see
-:ref:`automatic-primary-key-fields`.
+will automatically add an :class:`~django.db.models.IntegerField` to hold the
+primary key, so you don't need to set ``primary_key=True`` on any of your
+fields unless you want to override the default primary-key behavior. For more,
+see :ref:`automatic-primary-key-fields`.
``primary_key=True`` implies :attr:`null=False <Field.null>` and :attr:`unique=True <Field.unique>`.
Only one primary key is allowed on an object.
@@ -239,16 +240,18 @@ you try to save a model with a duplicate value in a :attr:`~Field.unique`
field, a :exc:`django.db.IntegrityError` will be raised by the model's
:meth:`~django.db.models.Model.save` method.
-This option is valid on all field types except :class:`ManyToManyField` and
-:class:`FileField`.
+This option is valid on all field types except
+:class:`~django.db.models.ManyToManyField` and
+:class:`~django.db.models.FileField`.
``unique_for_date``
-------------------
.. attribute:: Field.unique_for_date
-Set this to the name of a :class:`DateField` or :class:`DateTimeField` to
-require that this field be unique for the value of the date field.
+Set this to the name of a :class:`~django.db.models.DateField` or
+:class:`~django.db.models.DateTimeField` to require that this field be unique
+for the value of the date field.
For example, if you have a field ``title`` that has
``unique_for_date="pub_date"``, then Django wouldn't allow the entry of two
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