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-django-selector
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-Django-Selector is a custom url pattern parser for Django that is based off of
-`Luke Arno's Selector<http://lukearno.com/projects/selector/>`_ for WSGI.  It
+django-selector is a custom url pattern parser for Django that is based off of
+`Luke Arno's Selector <http://lukearno.com/projects/selector/>`_ for WSGI.  It
 is designed to simplify the writing and reading of url patterns by providing
-recipes for frequently used patterns.  Django-Selector's parser ignores classic
+recipes for frequently used patterns.  django-selector's parser ignores classic
 regex based url patterns, so if you require the flexibility of regexes you
 needn't jump through registration hoops for a one-off url pattern. Using these
 named patterns in your urls.py clarifies *what* they are matching as well as
 *how* they are matching it::
 
     patterns('foo.views',
-        (r'^/(?P<name>[a-zA-Z0-9\-]+)/(?P<foos>\d*.?\d+)/$', 'index', {}, 'foo-index')
+    (r'^/(?P<name>[a-zA-Z0-9\-]+)/(?P<foos>\d*.?\d+)/$', 'index', {}, 'foo-index')
 
 becomes::
 
     parser.patterns('foo.views',
-        (r'/{name:slug}/{foos:number}/', 'index', {}, 'foo-index'))
+    (r'/{name:slug}/{foos:number}/', 'index', {}, 'foo-index'))
 
-You can install django-selector with pip:
+You can install django-selector with pip::
 
     pip install johnny-cache
 
 You can fork django-selector `from its hg repository
-<http://dev.jmoiron.net/hg/django-selector>`_:
+<http://dev.jmoiron.net/hg/django-selector>`_::
 
     hg clone http://dev.jmoiron.net/hg/django-selector