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+Welcome to PyPy
+===============
+
+The PyPy project aims to produce a flexible and fast Python_
+implementation.  This page documents the development of the PyPy
+project itself. If you don't know what PyPy is, consult the `PyPy
+website`_. If you just want to use PyPy, consult the `download`_ page
+and the :doc:`getting-started-python` documents. If you want to help
+develop PyPy -- keep reading!
+
+PyPy is written in a language called `RPython`_, which is suitable for
+writing dynamic language interpreters (and not much else). RPython is
+a subset of Python and is itself written in Python.  If you'd like to
+learn more about RPython, `XXXX` should provide a
+reasonable overview.
+
+**If you would like to contribute to PyPy**, please read :doc:`how to
+contribute <how-to-contribute>` first.  PyPy's development style is somewhat different to
+that of many other software projects and it often surprises
+newcomers. What is **not** necessary is an academic background from
+university in writing compilers -- much of it does not apply to PyPy
+any way.
+
+All of the documentation and source code is available under the MIT license,
+unless otherwise specified. Consult :source:`LICENSE`.
+
+.. _Python: http://python.org/
+.. _download: http://pypy.org/download.html
+.. _PyPy website: http://pypy.org/
+.. _RPython: http://rpython.readthedocs.org/
+
+.. toctree::
+   :hidden:
+
+   getting-started-python
+   how-to-contribute
+
+
+Index of various topics:
+------------------------
+
+* :doc:`getting-started`: how to install and run the PyPy Python interpreter
+
+* :doc:`FAQ <faq>`: some frequently asked questions.
+
+* `Release 2.0`_: the latest official release
+
+* `PyPy Blog`_: news and status info about PyPy
+
+* :doc:`Papers <extradoc>`: Academic papers, talks, and related projects
+
+* `speed.pypy.org`_: Daily benchmarks of how fast PyPy is
+
+* :doc:`project-ideas`: In case you want to get your feet wet...
+
+* :doc:`More stuff <project-documentation>`: this is a collection of documentation that's there, but not
+  particularly organized
+
+.. _PyPy blog: http://morepypy.blogspot.com/
+.. _Release 2.0: http://pypy.org/download.html
+.. _speed.pypy.org: http://speed.pypy.org
+
+.. toctree::
+   :hidden:
+
+   getting-started
+   faq
+   extradoc
+   project-ideas
+   project-documentation
+
+
+Documentation for the PyPy Python Interpreter
+---------------------------------------------
+
+New features of PyPy's Python Interpreter and
+Translation Framework:
+
+  * :doc:`cpython_differences`
+  * :doc:`objspace-proxies` - transparent proxy documentation
+  * :doc:`Continulets and greenlets <stackless>` - documentation about stackless features
+  * :doc:`jit-hooks`
+  * :doc:`sandbox`
+  * :doc:`Garbage collection environment variables <gc_info>`
+
+.. toctree::
+   :hidden:
+
+   cpython_differences
+   objspace-proxies
+   stackless
+   jit-hooks
+   sandbox
+   gc_info
+
+
+.. _contact:
+
+Mailing lists, bug tracker, IRC channel
+---------------------------------------------
+
+* `Development mailing list`_: development and conceptual
+  discussions.
+
+* `Mercurial commit mailing list`_: updates to code and
+  documentation.
+
+* `Development bug/feature tracker`_: filing bugs and feature requests.
+
+* **IRC channel #pypy on freenode**: Many of the core developers are hanging out
+  at #pypy on irc.freenode.net.  You are welcome to join and ask questions
+  (if they are not already developed in the :doc:`FAQ <faq>`).
+  You can find logs of the channel here_.
+
+.. _development mailing list: http://python.org/mailman/listinfo/pypy-dev
+.. _Mercurial commit mailing list: http://python.org/mailman/listinfo/pypy-commit
+.. _development bug/feature tracker: https://bugs.pypy.org
+.. _here: http://tismerysoft.de/pypy/irc-logs/pypy
+
+
+Meeting PyPy developers
+-----------------------
+
+The PyPy developers are organizing sprints and presenting results at
+conferences all year round. They will be happy to meet in person with
+anyone interested in the project.  Watch out for sprint announcements
+on the `development mailing list`_.

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-Welcome to PyPy
-===============
-
-The PyPy project aims to produce a flexible and fast Python_
-implementation.  This page documents the development of the PyPy
-project itself. If you don't know what PyPy is, consult the `PyPy
-website`_. If you just want to use PyPy, consult the `download`_ page
-and the :doc:`getting-started-python` documents. If you want to help
-develop PyPy -- keep reading!
-
-PyPy is written in a language called `RPython`_, which is suitable for
-writing dynamic language interpreters (and not much else). RPython is
-a subset of Python and is itself written in Python.  If you'd like to
-learn more about RPython, `XXXX` should provide a
-reasonable overview.
-
-**If you would like to contribute to PyPy**, please read :doc:`how to
-contribute <how-to-contribute>` first.  PyPy's development style is somewhat different to
-that of many other software projects and it often surprises
-newcomers. What is **not** necessary is an academic background from
-university in writing compilers -- much of it does not apply to PyPy
-any way.
-
-All of the documentation and source code is available under the MIT license,
-unless otherwise specified. Consult :source:`LICENSE`.
-
-.. _Python: http://python.org/
-.. _download: http://pypy.org/download.html
-.. _PyPy website: http://pypy.org/
-.. _RPython: http://rpython.readthedocs.org/
-
-.. toctree::
-   :hidden:
-
-   getting-started-python
-   how-to-contribute
-
-
-Index of various topics:
-------------------------
-
-* :doc:`getting-started`: how to install and run the PyPy Python interpreter
-
-* :doc:`FAQ <faq>`: some frequently asked questions.
-
-* `Release 2.0`_: the latest official release
-
-* `PyPy Blog`_: news and status info about PyPy
-
-* :doc:`Papers <extradoc>`: Academic papers, talks, and related projects
-
-* `speed.pypy.org`_: Daily benchmarks of how fast PyPy is
-
-* :doc:`project-ideas`: In case you want to get your feet wet...
-
-* :doc:`More stuff <project-documentation>`: this is a collection of documentation that's there, but not
-  particularly organized
-
-.. _PyPy blog: http://morepypy.blogspot.com/
-.. _Release 2.0: http://pypy.org/download.html
-.. _speed.pypy.org: http://speed.pypy.org
-
-.. toctree::
-   :hidden:
-
-   getting-started
-   faq
-   extradoc
-   project-ideas
-   project-documentation
-
-
-Documentation for the PyPy Python Interpreter
----------------------------------------------
-
-New features of PyPy's Python Interpreter and
-Translation Framework:
-
-  * :doc:`cpython_differences`
-  * :doc:`objspace-proxies` - transparent proxy documentation
-  * :doc:`Continulets and greenlets <stackless>` - documentation about stackless features
-  * :doc:`jit-hooks`
-  * :doc:`sandbox`
-  * :doc:`Garbage collection environment variables <gc_info>`
-
-.. toctree::
-   :hidden:
-
-   cpython_differences
-   objspace-proxies
-   stackless
-   jit-hooks
-   sandbox
-   gc_info
-
-
-.. _contact:
-
-Mailing lists, bug tracker, IRC channel
----------------------------------------------
-
-* `Development mailing list`_: development and conceptual
-  discussions.
-
-* `Mercurial commit mailing list`_: updates to code and
-  documentation.
-
-* `Development bug/feature tracker`_: filing bugs and feature requests.
-
-* **IRC channel #pypy on freenode**: Many of the core developers are hanging out
-  at #pypy on irc.freenode.net.  You are welcome to join and ask questions
-  (if they are not already developed in the :doc:`FAQ <faq>`).
-  You can find logs of the channel here_.
-
-.. _development mailing list: http://python.org/mailman/listinfo/pypy-dev
-.. _Mercurial commit mailing list: http://python.org/mailman/listinfo/pypy-commit
-.. _development bug/feature tracker: https://bugs.pypy.org
-.. _here: http://tismerysoft.de/pypy/irc-logs/pypy
-
-
-Meeting PyPy developers
------------------------
-
-The PyPy developers are organizing sprints and presenting results at
-conferences all year round. They will be happy to meet in person with
-anyone interested in the project.  Watch out for sprint announcements
-on the `development mailing list`_.