ROOT_URLCONF Setting in settings.py Unclear
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Part 3 of the Django tutorial refers to ROOT_URLCONF = 'mysite.urls' in settings.py, then goes on to discuss editing of mysite/urls.py, and states that "Django will load this Python module, because it is pointed to by the ROOT_URLCONF setting.".
Documentation is obscure, as ROOT_URLCONF setting does not point to an existing Python module. Should ROOT_URLCONF be changed?
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comment:1 Changed 3 years ago by jc.blake@…
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