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 ========================
 Django Test Coverage App
 ========================
-:Author: `George Song`_ of `55 Minutes`_
 
 .. contents::
 
 What is it?
 ===========
-A test coverage reporting tool that utilizes `Ned Batchelder`_'s 
-excellent coverage.py_ to show how much of your code is exercised with 
-your tests. 
+A test coverage reporting tool that utilizes `Ned Batchelder`_'s
+excellent coverage.py_ to show how much of your code is exercised with
+your tests.
 
 Dependencies
 ============
-* Django_ 1.0.2 and above. It may work with earlier versions, but I 
-  haven't tested anything prior to 1.0.2 explicitly. 
-* coverage.py_ 2.85 or 3.0b2
+* Django_ 1.0.2 and above. It may work with earlier versions, but I
+  haven't tested anything prior to 1.0.2 explicitly.
+* coverage.py_
 
 How do I use it?
 ================
 Install as a Django app
 -----------------------
-1. Place the entire ``test_coverage`` app in your third-party apps 
-   directory. 
-2. Update your ``settings.INSTALLED_APPS`` to include ``test_coverage``. 
-3. Include test coverage specific settings in your own settings file. 
-   See ``settings.py`` for more detail. 
+1. Place the entire ``test_coverage`` app in your third-party apps
+   directory.
+2. Update your ``settings.INSTALLED_APPS`` to include ``test_coverage``.
+3. Include test coverage specific settings in your own settings file.
+   See ``settings.py`` for more detail.
 
-Once you've completed all the steps, you'll have a new custom command 
-available to you via ``manage.py test_coverage``. It works just like 
-``manage.py test``. 
+Once you've completed all the steps, you'll have a new custom command
+available to you via ``manage.py test_coverage``. It works just like
+``manage.py test``.
 
 Use it as a test runner
 -----------------------
-You don't have to install ``test_coverage`` as an app if you don't want 
-to. You can simply use the test runner if you like. 
+You don't have to install ``test_coverage`` as an app if you don't want
+to. You can simply use the test runner if you like.
 
-1. Update ``settings.TEST_RUNNER = 
-   'test_coverage.coverage_runner.run_tests'`` 
-2. Include test coverage specific settings in your own settings file. 
-   See ``settings.py`` for more detail. 
+1. Update ``settings.TEST_RUNNER =
+   'test_coverage.coverage_runner.run_tests'``
+2. Include test coverage specific settings in your own settings file.
+   See ``settings.py`` for more detail.
 3. Run ``manage.py test`` like you normally do.
 
 And that's it.
 
-Where do I get it?
-==================
-http://opensource.55minutes.com/svn/python/trunk/django/apps/test_coverage/
-
 
 .. _George Song: mailto:george@55minutes.com
 .. _55 Minutes: http://www.55minutes.com/
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