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Updated Chapter 2: Admonition 'Django and Python 3.0' #22

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Cheers. Hope this passes muster.
My first time trying to contribute.

Updated a couple of points in the 'Django and Python 3.0' admonition
section:
1. Made it clear that the compatibility issues exist for the 3.x
series, not just 3.0.

  1. Made it clear that Django as of version 1.4 doesn't support Python
    3.x

  2. Changed the verb tense in a couple of places to made it fit the
    context more appropriately.

@eikonomega eikonomega Re: Python 3 and Django
Updated a couple of points in the 'Django and Python 3.0' admonition
section:
1. Made it clear that the compatibility issues exist for the 3.x
series, not just 3.0.

2. Made it clear that Django as of version 1.4 doesn't support Python
3.x

3. Changed the verb tense in a couple of places to made it fit the
context more appropriately.
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Commits on Dec 9, 2012
  1. @eikonomega

    Re: Python 3 and Django

    eikonomega authored
    Updated a couple of points in the 'Django and Python 3.0' admonition
    section:
    1. Made it clear that the compatibility issues exist for the 3.x
    series, not just 3.0.
    
    2. Made it clear that Django as of version 1.4 doesn't support Python
    3.x
    
    3. Changed the verb tense in a couple of places to made it fit the
    context more appropriately.
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@@ -34,15 +34,15 @@ features you might like to use in your applications. Plus, certain third-party
Django add-ons that you might want to use might require a version newer than
Python 2.5, so using a later version of Python keeps your options open.
-.. admonition:: Django and Python 3.0
+.. admonition:: Django and Python 3.x
- At the time of writing, Python 3.0 had been released, but Django
- only supported it experimentally. Python 3.0 introduced a
- substantial number of backwards-incompatible changes to the
+ At the time of writing, Python 3.3 has been released, but Django
+ only supports it experimentally. This is because the Python 3.x series
+ introduces a substantial number of backwards-incompatible changes to the
language itself, and, as a result, many major Python libraries and
- frameworks, including Django, had not yet caught up.
+ frameworks, including Django (as of version 1.4), have not yet caught up.
- Django 1.5 will support Python 2.6, 2.7, and 3.2. However,
+ Django 1.5 is slated to support Python 2.6, 2.7, and 3.2. However,
support for Python 3.2 is considered a "preview", which means the
Django developers are not yet confident enough to promise
stability in production. For that, they suggest you wait until
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