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Since version 1.0, Django has a policy of API stability. This means that, in general, code you develop against Django 1.0 should continue to work against later versions unchanged. However, we do sometimes make backwards-incompatible changes if they're necessary to resolve bugs.
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For changes made before version 1.0, see BackwardsIncompatibleChanges.