Editing settings.py host and port on windows
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The documentation says to leave HOST and PORT as empty strings to use the localhost. I did that on Windows 7 64 bit and it couldn't connect when I ran "python manage.py syncdb". When I filled in the values with 127.0.0.1 and 3306, then it was able to run. So a note might be nice for Windows users.