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Changes between Version 24 and Version 25 of LittleEasyImprovements


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07/19/06 07:48:57 (8 years ago)
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Long overdue update!

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    1111||Project||Description||Taker?||Status|| 
    12 ||Unit tests for default template tags||Every template tag (see {{{django/template/defaulttags.py}}}) should have unit tests in {{{tests/othertests/templates.py}}}. Some are missing.||Nick Efford, nick (at) efford.net|| || 
    1312||Document models||magic-removal now displays the models docstrings in the admin documentation pages. Models in django should have a nice docstring suitable for endusers||akaihola||In progress [#1422], pointers to more docs needed|| 
    1413||Quick Copy to pastebin||Create a one click link for users to send the "copy friendly errors" to http://django.pastebin.com with the input fields filled in with the traceback, ready for the user to hit "submit" || [http://www.wamber.net/ William McVey], wam at wamber dot net || just starting || 
     
    1817||Project||Description||Taker?||Status|| 
    1918||Unit tests for default template filters||Every template filter (see {{{django/core/template/defaultfilters.py}}}) should have unit tests in {{{tests/othertests/templates.py}}}. Most do not have tests.||Luke Plant, L.Plant.98@cantab.net||Done in [1811]|| 
     19||Unit tests for default template tags||Every template tag (see {{{django/template/defaulttags.py}}}) should have unit tests in {{{tests/othertests/templates.py}}}. Some are missing.||Nick Efford, nick (at) efford.net||Mostly done in [1944] and completed by others since then|| 
    2020||Copy-friendly traceback on error pages||The debug error pages should provide an extra traceback solely for copying and pasting. The current traceback is really cool but doesn't lend itself to easy copy-and-paste for, say, the pastebin.||Joao Paulo Farias, jpaulofarias at gmail dot com || Done, see #1420 || 
    2121||Terminal colors in django-admin||The django-admin.py utility would be friendlier and slicker if it used terminal colors.||Scott Lees|| [#1491] ||