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Changes between Version 71 and Version 72 of IrcFAQ


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05/02/08 08:02:05 (6 years ago)
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    5151If you always want to run with the bleeding-edge, just use the SVN trunk rather than the last release (it's kept stable and is updated nearly every day). 
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    5453== I'm trying to install Django on Windows and something is weird. == #Windows 
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    5655Have you looked here? http://code.djangoproject.com/wiki/WindowsInstall 
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    59 == I'm using the development version (via Subversion) and when I ran "svn up" a bunch of stuff broke! == #SvnUp 
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    61 Don't use the development version of Django unless you also follow the BackwardsIncompatibleChanges and possibly the [http://code.djangoproject.com/timeline timeline] as well. That way you can see what has changed *before* you update.   
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    63 That way, changes like [http://code.djangoproject.com/wiki/BackwardsIncompatibleChanges#Auto-escapingintemplates auto-escaping of HTML in templates] won't catch you by surprise. 
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    65 Also, when reading the documentation, keep a special eye out for the "New In Development Version" sections. 
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    6757== What should I use for development -- the built-in server, mod_python, FastCGI? == #WhichServer 
     
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    155145[http://dpaste.com/ Pasting] your code is often helpful. Don't forget to set the syntax when you paste so that the proper colorizing is applied -- that makes it easier for us to read your stuff. The Django debug page has a handy button for automatically sharing traceback code. 
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     147== I'm using the development version (via Subversion) and when I ran "svn up" a bunch of stuff broke! == #SvnUp 
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     149Don't use the development version of Django unless you also follow the BackwardsIncompatibleChanges and possibly the [http://code.djangoproject.com/timeline timeline] as well. That way you can see what has changed *before* you update.   
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     151That way, changes like [http://code.djangoproject.com/wiki/BackwardsIncompatibleChanges#Auto-escapingintemplates auto-escaping of HTML in templates] won't catch you by surprise. 
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     153Also, when reading the documentation, keep a special eye out for the "New In Development Version" sections. 
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    157155== The admin is working, but it can't find the Javascript and CSS and image files. == #AdminFiles