Internationalization documentation specifies common middleware after session middleware
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See the topic, How Django Discovers Language Preference. There is box that shows an example of where to locate the
LocaleMiddleware, properly following
SessionMiddleware, but listing
In the middleware documentation,
CommonMiddleware is shown listed first. Is there any reason why
CommonMiddleware must come first or last in either of these cases?
A note clarifying any dependencies or documenting that there are no dependencies might be helpful.