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Django's tests will *not* be run with HASHEED=0, if they're broken with hash randomization then they are likely broken on random.choice(["32-bit", "64-bit", "pypy", "jython", "ironpython"]) and we strive to run on all those platforms. If our tests are order dependent then they're broken, and we'll fix the tests.

Further, most of the failures I can think of would be failures in the tests that wouldn't actually be failures in a real application, such as the rendered HTML being different because a tag's attributes are in a different order.
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