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Regenerated Guide and updated changelog for release

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@@ -6,11 +6,11 @@ suggestions, ideas and improvements to FriendlyId.
* Table of Contents
{:toc}
-## 4.0.3 (NOT RELEASED YET)
+## 4.0.3 (2012-03-14)
* Fix escape for '%' and '_' on SQLite (Norman Clarke and Sergey Petrunin)
* Allow FriendlyId to be extended or included (Norman Clarke)
-* Allow Configuration#use to accept a module (Norman Clarke)
+* Allow Configuration#use to accept a Module (Norman Clarke)
* Fix bugs with History module + STI (Norman Clarke and Sergey Petrunin)
## 4.0.2 (2012-03-12)
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In order to use this module, your model must have a slug column for each locale.
By default FriendlyId looks for columns named, for example, "slug_en",
"slug_es", etc. The first part of the name can be configured by passing the
-+:slug_column+ option if you choose. Note that as of 4.0.0.beta11, the column
-for the default locale must also include the locale in its name.
++:slug_column+ option if you choose. Note that the column for the default locale
+must also include the locale in its name.
This module is most suitable to applications that need to support few locales.
-If you need to support 2 or more locales, you may wish to use the
+If you need to support two or more locales, you may wish to use the
{FriendlyId::Globalize Globalize} module instead.
=== Example migration

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