Issue #2 resolved

Some minor english changes

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Never submitted anything on bitbucket before - but here is a small diff (export) for some English changes...

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HG changeset patch

User markm <>

Date 1260778929 -28800

Node ID d730c853c1e1610cf7cfdc34d25cdefe5618170f

Parent 1414d56ed7f9d1d75300d8a47128d110a040a5d2

Minor English corrections

diff -r 1414d56ed7f9 -r d730c853c1e1 source/versioning.txt --- a/source/versioning.txt Sun Dec 13 23:32:48 2009 +0100 +++ b/source/versioning.txt Mon Dec 14 16:22:09 2009 +0800 @@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ How to version your Python projects ===================================

-Congratulations, you are about to release you first Python project to the +Congratulations, you are about to release your first Python project to the world, using the standard tool provided by Python: Distutils.

This means that you have a setup.py file with something that can look @@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ url='http://example.com',)

-And this gives you the power to register and upload your project at PyPI, +And this gives you the power to register and upload your project to PyPI, as simply as::

 $ python setup.py register sdist upload

@@ -40,13 +40,13 @@ newer version. This is usally done by incrementing the version, so your next version could be 1.1.

-Once this new version is made available to the world at PyPI, people -will be able to install it using for example pip:: +Once this new version is made available to the world on PyPI, people +will be able to install it, for example using pip::

 $ pip install --upgrade MyProject

The upgrade option here means that Pip will look for all published -versions at PyPI for MyProject and see which one is the latest, then +versions of MyProject on PyPI and see which one is the latest, then upgrade your system to that version if you are not up-to-date.

Now imagine that you have introduced a small bug in 1.1 that makes @@ -55,7 +55,7 @@

The best strategy here is to tell you Windows user to stick with 1.0 until you have fixed the issue. They can downgrade to 1.0 because -it is still available at PyPI:: +it is still available on PyPI::

 $ pip install MyProject==1.0

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