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preps for 0.8.0alpha

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 include README.rst
 recursive-include django_wsgiserver *.py
 recursive-include docs *.rst
-recursive-include tests *.py test_* *.html
+recursive-include tests *.py test_* *.html *.js *.css *.txt *.rst
 django-wsgiserver
 =================
 
+What's New
+----------
+version 0.8.0alpah is updated for django 1.5 and now includes autoreloading of files when then change and integration with django's static files application.
+
 Summary
 -------
 
 - small memory footprint
 - by default replaces mimics the django built-in server, serves admin media by
   default for easy testing and deployment. Will serve from STATICFILES_ROOT if it's defined.
+- autoreloads code like the development server by default
 - supports https/ssl to make testing under https easy
 
 Planned features
 from distutils.core import setup
  
-# modified version no cherrypy reliance
 setup(
     name="django-wsgiserver",
-    version="0.8.0dev",
+    version="0.8.0alpha",
     license="BSD",
     description="""django-wsgiserver installs a web server for Django using CherryPy's WSGI server.""",
     author="""Peter Baumgartner Chris Lee-Messer the authors of CherryPy""",
-To run these tests I would like to use something automatic like nose and twill or something
-but for now it's by hand
+testing django-wsgiserver
+-------------------------
 
-I set up a virtualenv with django 1.3 pre installed on it, and then cd to testdjangoproject
+I set up a virtualenv and activate it
 
-I use pip to make sure the dependencies (django, django-debug-toolbar)
+I use pip to make sure the dependencies (django 1.5, requests)
 are included::
-  pip install -r requirements
+  pip install -r requirements.txt
   
 To run basic tests::
+  python test_project.py
 
+To investigate the project yourself "by hand"::
+
+  cd testdjangoproject
   python manage.py runwsgiserver
 
 And visit http://locahost:8000/ in a browser
   ./test_ssl
 
 and vist https://localhost:8443/ in a browser
+and the ajax tests will run assuming that javascript is activated.
 
+It should look like a bootstrap site if all the css is loaded via the built in static file serving.
 
-currently test_statics adds to the settings file to put in STATICFILES_ROOT
 
-
-The web page shows links to click on.