Benoît Bryon avatar Benoît Bryon committed 2adba34

Replaced 'reproductible' by 'repeatable'.

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-* `Pip, buildout and TDD: notes about reproductible workflows
+* `Pip, buildout and TDD: notes about repeatable workflows
   </en/python/buildout/script-driven-deployment/>`_
 * `How to get a tidy buildout directory structure
   </en/python/buildout/tidy-buildout-directories/>`_

en/python/buildout/index.txt

   </en/python/buildout/from-virtualenv-to-buildout/>`_
 * `How to get a tidy buildout directory structure
   </en/python/buildout/tidy-buildout-directories/>`_
-* `Pip, buildout and TDD: notes about reproductible workflows
+* `Pip, buildout and TDD: notes about repeatable workflows
   </en/python/buildout/script-driven-deployment/>`_
 
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en/python/buildout/script-driven-deployment.txt

   Don't believe that the sequence is shorter: work performed in buildout.cfg is
   not shown here.
 
-Your work is de facto reproductible: your work is the configuration file, just
+Your work is de facto repeatable: your work is the configuration file, just
 share it.
 
 .. note::
 
 TDD is a best practice. Let's make a parallel between tests (in a development
 scope) and procedures (in a deployment scope). In short, it's a matter of
-reproductibility: tests assert that product functionalities or behaviour are
+repeatability: tests assert that product functionalities or behaviour are
 reproduced, and procedures are used to reproduce the product...
 
 **With pip, we can** write procedures first: start with the edition of
 
 Yes, pip "just works". But it's like writing tests after implementation. You
 usually don't write deployment procedures or forget some steps.
-So reproductibility is not guaranteed.
+So repeatability is not guaranteed.
 
-Buildout's design makes you produce reproductible deployment from the start.
+Buildout's design makes you produce repeatable deployment from the start.
 Every team should appreciate it.
 
 Fabric and other "remote control utilities" are great, they can run many tasks,

en/python/index.txt

 Articles
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-* `Pip, buildout and TDD: notes about reproductible workflows
+* `Pip, buildout and TDD: notes about repeatable workflows
   </en/python/buildout/script-driven-deployment/>`_
 * `How to get a tidy buildout directory structure
   </en/python/buildout/tidy-buildout-directories/>`_
 Articles
 ========
 
-* [EN] `Pip, buildout and TDD: notes about reproductible workflows
+* [EN] `Pip, buildout and TDD: notes about repeatable workflows
   </en/python/buildout/script-driven-deployment/>`_
 * [EN] `How to get a tidy buildout directory structure
   </en/python/buildout/tidy-buildout-directories/>`_
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