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authorAndy Baker <andy@andybak.net>2015-07-07 10:43:23 (GMT)
committerAndy Baker <andy@andybak.net>2015-07-07 10:43:23 (GMT)
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Update CHANGELOG
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@@ -7,13 +7,13 @@ Version 0.6.0, 7 July 2015:
* VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION, PLEASE READ: *
-Starting from this version (0.6.0) django-admin-tools is no more compatible with Django 1.6 or lower.
+Starting from this version (0.6.0) django-admin-tools is no longer compatible with Django 1.6 or lower.
-Users of old django version should use the 0.5.2 version available on pypi.
+Users of older django version should use the 0.5.2 version available on pypi.
-If you are already using django-admin-tools on django <= 1.6, make sure to add the version on your requirement file, eg:
+If you are already using django-admin-tools with django <= 1.6, be sure to pin your requirements file to a specific version, eg:
django-admin-tools==0.5.2
-If you don't do this, a "pip install --upgrade" may break your admin site.
+If you don't do this, a "pip install --upgrade" will break your admin site.
You have been warned !
Now for the actual change log: