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+CHANGES
+=======
+
+0.6 (unreleased)
+----------------
+
+* A whole range of changes.
+CREDITS
+=======
+
+* Fredrik Håård - creator
+
+* Martijn Faassen - feature additions
+
+How to install blaag
+====================
+
+You can simply unpack blaag, and then run it using::
+
+  $ python blaag.py
+
+but you'll need to make sure some Python libraries are available as
+requirements:
+
+* docutils
+
+* hgapi
+
+* PyRSS2Gen
+
+You could do that using pip or easy_install. You can also use the
+buildout installation below, which provides a few more goodies.
+
+buildout installation
+---------------------
+
+To automatically install all dependencies and a few other tools
+locally in the project, you can use buildout. First you need to
+install buildout using the bootstrap::
+
+  $ python bootstrap.py -d
+
+(the ``-d`` argument uses distribute instead of setuptools, so you can
+leave it off)
+
+Now you can run buildout::
+
+  $ bin/buildout -N
+
+(the ``-N`` arguments avoids loading dependencies from PyPI if a
+version is already there. you can leave it off too but it'll be a bit
+slower the next time you run it)
+
+This will automatically install the dependencies. Now you can run ``blaag``
+like this::
+
+  $ bin/blaag
+
+There's also a ``bin/devpython``::
+
+  $ bin/devpython
+
+``bin/devpython`` is a Python interpreter wrapper that has the
+``blaag`` dependencies installed so they can be imported, along with
+``blaag`` itself. So you could do this too::
+
+  $ bin/devpython blaag.py
+
+As a bonus you get ``pyflakes`` installed so you can clean up the
+``blaag`` source code with it.
+=====
+Blaag
+=====
+
+Blaag is a blogging engine, using docutils and Mercurial. It generates
+a blog from reStructuredText entries, and creates static HTML files as
+output. Integrated with Disqus and Google Analytics.
 [buildout]
 develop = .
-parts = devpython blaag pyflakes
+parts = devpython blaag pyflakes releaser
 versions = versions
 unzip = true
 
 entry-points = pyflakes=pkg_resources:run_script
 arguments = 'pyflakes', 'pyflakes'
 scripts = pyflakes
+
+[releaser]
+recipe = z3c.recipe.scripts
+eggs = zest.releaser

install.rst

-How to install blaag
-====================
-
-You can simply unpack blaag, and then run it using::
-
-  $ python blaag.py
-
-but you'll need to make sure some Python libraries are available as
-requirements:
-
-* docutils
-
-* hgapi
-
-* PyRSS2Gen
-
-To automatically install all of these locally in the project, you can use
-buildout. First you need to install buildout using the bootstrap::
-
-  $ python bootstrap.py -d
-
-(the ``-d`` argument uses distribute instead of setuptools, so you can
-leave it off)
-
-Now you can run buildout::
-
-  $ bin/buildout -N
-
-(the ``-N`` arguments avoids loading dependencies from PyPI if a
-version is already there. you can leave it off too but it'll be a bit
-slower the next time you run it)
-
-This will automatically install the dependencies. Now you can run ``blaag``
-like this::
-
-  $ bin/devpython blaag.py
-
-``bin/devpython`` is a Python interpreter wrapper that has the
-``blaag`` dependencies installed so they can be imported, along with
-``blaag`` itself.
-
-As a bonus you get ``pyflakes`` installed so you can test the
-``blaag`` source code with it.
- 

readme.rst

-Blaag
-=======
-
-Blaag is a blogging engine, using docutils and Mercurial. It generates
-a blog from reStructuredText entries, and creates static HTML files as
-output. Integrated with Disqus and Google Analytics.  
 from setuptools import setup
 
 long_description = (
-    open('readme.rst').read())
-#    + '\n' +
-#    open('CHANGES.txt').read())
+    open('README.txt').read()
+    + '\n' +
+    open('CHANGES.txt').read())
 
 setup(
     name='blaag',