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Release 1.3 final.

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-1.3b2 (2011-03-20)
+1.3 (2011-03-24)
 * webhelpers.paginate:
   - Revert Sprox patch (#59) from 1.3b1; it makes SQLAlchemy inefficient (#63).
-    The Sprox object is apparently incompatible because it's not sliceable.
-    (We can't fully check whether it's sliceable. We'd have to call .__getitem__
-    with a slice and and guess what its exception means, and calling it may
-    cause side effects. But the Sprox error, a dict, and my test classes all
-    raise "TypeError: unhashable type", so I check for that.)
+    The bug reporter's Sprox object seems to be unsliceable and therefore
+    incompatible with paginate. Changed error message to say this if the
+    slicing operation raises "TypeError: unhashable type".
 1.3b1 (2011-03-17)
 # The short X.Y version.
 version = '1.3'
 # The full version, including alpha/beta/rc tags.
-release = '1.3b1'
+release = '1.3'
 # The language for content autogenerated by Sphinx. Refer to documentation
 # for a list of supported languages.
-:Version: 1.3b1, released 2011-03-17
+:Version: 1.3, released 2011-03-23
 :Source: (Mercurial)
 other applications. It can be used with any web framework.  See 
 `What's New`_ for a list of changes and upgrading hints.
+Version 1.3 improves Pyramid support in Paginate via URL generator classes.
+(Note: 1.3b1 had a performance regression in Paginate. This is fixed in 1.3
 WebHelpers includes the widely-used HTML tag builder with smart escaping and
 convenience functions for common tags such as form fields. The common builder
 ensures the tags are syntactically correct and prevent cross-site scripting
     from setuptools import setup, find_packages
-version = '1.3b1'
+version = '1.3'
 contains a large number of functions not specific to the web, including text
 processing, number formatting, date calculations, container objects, etc.
+Version 1.3 fixes a performance regression in 1.2 regarding paginate with
 WebHelpers itself depends only on MarkupSafe, but certain helpers depend on
 third-party packages as described in the docs.