manage.py startapp should create an "default" admin.py file
|Reported by:||oliverandrich||Owned by:||nobody|
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Please look at this ticket as a polite feature request. I have been using the SVN version for some time, but in all projects I started after the newformsadmin merge, I made the same mistake - I added a admin.site.register(SomeClassName) to the models.py, which cause issues with manage.py shell and so on. I personally appreciate the AlreadyRegistered exception.
But as all Django users will use the automatic admin area, it would be a got practice to create a dummy admin.py file with the startapp command. I hope, this is understandable and might lower the learning curve for beginners and people like, whom are upgrading to 1.0.