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I have a django application along with a static application. The static one is set to serve at '/static/'.
How can I serve files like /robots.txt or /crossdomain.xml, by the static application, which should be under the root / of the domain, which is currently run by django?
I prefee not to serve these files by my django app, as I do today..

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