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Kelvin Wong committed e04bb11

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 Django-Scrypt
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-Djando-Scrypt is a Scrypt-enabled password hasher for Django 1.4
+Django-Scrypt is a Scrypt-enabled password hasher for Django 1.4
 
 .. warning::
 
 Using source tarballs
 ---------------------
 
-1. Download the source tarball for Django-Scrypt from Pypi::
+1. Download the source tarball for Django-Scrypt from Pypi
 
-  http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-scrypt/
+   http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-scrypt/
 
-2. Decompress it and make it your working directory::
+2. Decompress it and make it your working directory
 
-  $ tar zxvf django-scrypt-0.1.1.tar.gz
-  $ cd django-scrypt-0.1.1
+   ``$ tar zxvf django-scrypt-0.1.1.tar.gz``
+   ``$ cd django-scrypt-0.1.1``
 
 3. Install it into your site-packages (if you install to the system's site
-packages you will probably need to be root or use ``sudo``)::
+packages you will probably need to be root or use ``sudo``)
 
-  $ python setup.py install
+   ``$ python setup.py install``
 
-4. Test your installation::
+4. Test your installation
 
-  $ python setup.py test
+   ``$ python setup.py test``
 
 Using Pip and Pypi
 ------------------
 
-1. Use the ``pip`` command to install from Pypi::
+1. Use the ``pip`` command to install from Pypi
 
-  $ pip install django-scrypt
+   ``$ pip install django-scrypt``
 
 If you are installing to the system-wide site-packages then you will probably need to be root or use ``sudo``.