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cherrypy/tutorial/Readme.txt

-CherryPy Tutorials
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-This is a series of tutorials explaining how to develop dynamic web
-applications using CherryPy. A couple of notes:
-
-  - Each of these tutorials builds on the ones before it. If you're
-    new to CherryPy, we recommend you start with 01_helloworld.py and
-    work your way upwards. :)
-
-  - In most of these tutorials, you will notice that all output is done
-    by returning normal Python strings, often using simple Python
-    variable substitution. In most real-world applications, you will
-    probably want to use a separate template package (like Cheetah,
-    CherryTemplate or XML/XSL).
-

cherrypy/tutorial/Readme2.txt

+CherryPy Tutorials
+------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+This is a series of tutorials explaining how to develop dynamic web
+applications using CherryPy. A couple of notes:
+
+  - Each of these tutorials builds on the ones before it. If you're
+    new to CherryPy, we recommend you start with 01_helloworld.py and
+    work your way upwards. :)
+
+  - In most of these tutorials, you will notice that all output is done
+    by returning normal Python strings, often using simple Python
+    variable substitution. In most real-world applications, you will
+    probably want to use a separate template package (like Cheetah,
+    CherryTemplate or XML/XSL).
+
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