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-# Introduction
-
-This repository holds a package that is a SCons tool for working with Erlang code.
-
-This tool provides the `Erlang` and `EDoc` builders:
-
- *  `Erlang` is used to compile Erlang source to create the *beam* files.
- *  `EDoc` is used to create the documentation generated from the source code. 
-
-For example
-
-    environment = Environment ( tools = [ 'erlang' ] )
-    environment.Erlang ( 'example.erl' ) 
-
-# Installation
-
-There are many ways of installing this depending on the use case.  Rather than explain here (and replicate
-in every tool README), the material is on [this page](http://www.scons.org/wiki/ToolsIndex) of the [SCons
-website](http://www.scons.org).
-
-# Provenance
-
-The original material for this tool was obtained from http://pupeno.com/projects/scons-erlang -- but this
-page appears to be no longer available. The material has subsequently moved to a Git repostory at
-[http://github.com/pupeno/scons_erlang](http://github.com/pupeno/scons_erlang).  This though has not been
-updated since 2007-01-28 and the README indicates that development is via a Darcs repsoitory at
-http://software.pupeno.com/SConsErlang, but that repository seems not to exist as reported.
-
-# Licence
-
-The original material was licenced under GPLv2.  This fork is licenced under GPLv3 as is permitted by the
-GPL rules.
+Introduction
+============
+
+This repository holds a package that is a SCons tool for working with Erlang code.
+
+This tool provides the `Erlang` and `EDoc` builders:
+
+ *  `Erlang` is used to compile Erlang source to create the *beam* files.
+ *  `EDoc` is used to create the documentation generated from the source code. 
+
+For example
+
+    environment = Environment ( tools = [ 'erlang' ] )
+    environment.Erlang ( 'example.erl' ) 
+
+Installation
+============
+
+There are many ways of installing this depending on the use case.  Rather than explain here (and replicate
+in every tool README), the material is on the ToolsIndex_ page of the SCons_  website.
+
+Provenance
+==========
+
+The original material for this tool was obtained from http://pupeno.com/projects/scons-erlang -- but this
+page appears to be no longer available. The material has subsequently moved to a Git repostory at
+http://github.com/pupeno/scons_erlang.  This though has not been updated since 2007-01-28 and the README
+indicates that development is via a Darcs repsoitory at http://software.pupeno.com/SConsErlang, but that
+repository seems not to exist as reported.
+
+Licence
+=======
+
+The original material was licenced under GPLv2.  This fork is licenced under GPLv3 as is permitted by the
+GPL rules.
+
+_ToolsIndex:http://www.scons.org/wiki/ToolsIndex
+_SCons:http://www.scons.org