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Merge pull request #1603 from rtfd/dont-show-versions-if-they-dont-exist

Disable showing the Versions tab in the footer if there aren’t any.
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deploy Organized requirements.
docs Add docs on how to use install local python packages with pip during …
logs Put the logs directory in the repo.
media Move django-csrf.js and rtd-import.js into core's static-src directory
readthedocs Fix tag
requirements Remove duplicate dnspython req. Fix #1593
.gitignore Ignore .tox/ directory
.gitmodules Add new theme
.travis.yml Enable linting in Travis
AUTHORS.rst Added self to authors list.
CONTRIBUTING.rst Add contributing doc
LICENSE.mit Fixed #130. Derp.
MANIFEST.in Added top-level requirements file
README.rst Fix main "docs about RTD" link to the current one
bower.json Standardize and document front end development procedures
fabfile-development.py Update fabfile-development.py to not use syncdb
fabfile.py Bump translations
gulpfile.js Add base javascript for build detail
manage.py Fix manage.py
package.json Standardize and document front end development procedures
prospector.yml Lint project code
requirements.txt Added top-level requirements file
runtests.sh Forcing tests to be run with LANG=C. Otherwise the tests might fail i…
setup.py clean up imports
tox.ini Clean up linting errors

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