django.views.generic.date_based archive_day and object_detail may get confused by one digit month or day numbers
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month_format="%m" and one of the or the day month is passed as a one-digit number ('1' for January, '2' for February, etc.), then the view gets confused. It tends to interpret January 13 as November 3 (2009/1/13 ->2009/11/3). The offending line of code is
date = datetime.date(*time.strptime(year+month+day, '%Y'+month_format+day_format)[:3])
The year, month and day are joined together not caring about their boundaries.
The error reported by the Web interface is positively obscure:
No <django.utils.functional.__proxy__ object at [address]> found for
(Yes, for *what* is let as a mistery for the reader.)
Reproduction of this bug may depend on locale settings, such that will produce '1' rather than '01' for January.