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Rajeesh Nair  committed d7f110d

Django-monitor: The first beta release

* We have started using it for production purposes. So declaring a
feature-freeze and pushing this into the beta stage.

* Minor changes made in documentation regarding installation.

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 Through the changesets from 18 to 28, we have introduced the following changes
 to Django-monitor.
 
-* BUGFIX: Fixed issues upto #3.
+* BUGFIX: Fixed issues upto #4. (Refer to the issues section at bitbucket).
 
 * This app is now available over python applications index, pypi.python.org.
 
 Installation
 ============
 
-#. Directly from the python package index: ::
+#. Directly from the python package index
 
-   $ pip install django_monitor
+   #. Using pip: ::
 
-#. Or Download & install as instructed below:
+        $ pip install django_monitor
 
-   * Get the latest version from the bitbucket repo:
-     http://bitbucket.org/rajeesh/django-monitor.
+   #. Using easy_install: ::
+
+        $ easy_install django_monitor
+
+#. OR Directly from the mercurial repo
+
+    #. Clone the repo (if you have hg installed): ::
+
+        $ hg clone http://bitbucket.org/rajeesh/django-monitor/
+
+#. OR Download & install from available archives:
+
+   * Get the archive from any of the following locations:
+
+     + http://bitbucket.org/rajeesh/django-monitor/downloads
+
+     + http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-monitor#downloads
 
    * Install using the setuptools as given below: ::
 
-      $ python setup.py install
+        $ tar xzf django-monitor-xxx.tar.gz
+        $ cd django-monitor-xxx
+        $ python setup.py install
 
    * If setuptools is not installed, you may copy the ``django_monitor``
      directory to somewhere in your python path.
 
-#. Add 'django_monitor' to your project's ``settings.INSTALLED_APPS``.
+#. Then add 'django_monitor' to your project's ``settings.INSTALLED_APPS``.
 
 Features
 =========

File django_monitor/__init__.py

 __author__ = "Rajeesh Nair"
-__version__ = "0.2a"
+__version__ = "0.2b"
 __copyright__ = "Copyright (c) 2011 Rajeesh"
 __license__ = "BSD"
 

File docs/source/intro.rst

 Installation
 =============
 
-#. Directly from the python package index: ::
+#. Directly from the python package index
 
-   $ pip install django_monitor
+   #. Using pip: ::
 
-#. Or Download & install as instructed below:
+        $ pip install django_monitor
 
-   * Get the latest version from the bitbucket repo:
-     http://bitbucket.org/rajeesh/django-monitor.
+   #. Using easy_install: ::
+
+        $ easy_install django_monitor
+
+#. OR Directly from the mercurial repo
+
+    #. Clone the repo (if you have hg installed): ::
+
+        $ hg clone http://bitbucket.org/rajeesh/django-monitor/
+
+#. OR Download & install from available archives
+
+   * Get the archive from any of the following locations:
+
+     + http://bitbucket.org/rajeesh/django-monitor/downloads
+
+     + http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-monitor#downloads
 
    * Install using the setuptools as given below: ::
 
-      $ python setup.py install
+        $ tar xzf django-monitor-xxx.tar.gz
+        $ cd django-monitor-xxx
+        $ python setup.py install
 
    * If setuptools is not installed, you may copy the ``django_monitor``
      directory to somewhere in your python path.
 
-#. Add 'django_monitor' to your project's ``settings.INSTALLED_APPS``.
+#. Then add 'django_monitor' to your project's ``settings.INSTALLED_APPS``.
 
 Features
 =========
 
 setup(
     name = 'django-monitor',
-    version = "0.2a",
+    version = "0.2b",
     description = "Django app to moderate model objects",
     long_description = open("README.rst").read(),
     install_requires = [
         "django >= 1.1",
     ],
     classifiers = [
-        'Development Status :: 3 - Alpha',
+        'Development Status :: 4 - Beta',
         'Environment :: Web Environment',
         'Intended Audience :: Developers',
         'License :: OSI Approved :: BSD License',