Consider turning off by default and documenting turning it on?
Bumped up the priority to include with 0.4.3 as it is probably causing memory problems with exports (every query is held in memory), and has big warning messages when you launch Celery!
Set DEBUG to False in settings, added ALLOWED_HOSTS to local_settings, added hashed out DEBUG True to local_settings. Refs #39.
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Added comma to local version of local_settings.py. Added DEBUG and ALLOWED_HOSTS to the example local_settings.py file. Refs #39.
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Hopefully covered off the consequences of setting DEBUG to False including adding the ALLOWED_HOSTS section and consequences for the webserver. Refs #39
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Added the --insecure option to the install instructions, along with an explanation. Refs #39.
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Added section on Allowed Hosts to the install docs. Refs #39.
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Corrected reference to change in settings for the webserver. Refs #39.
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Minor correction to install docs to add allowed_hosts to the list of things to set in local_settings. Refs #39.
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Debug mode now set to false. Docs updated to reflect debug mode and the change in the django project folder from openrem to openremproject. Fixes #119, should fix #39.
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