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updated install docs, add make mo to quickinstall

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-For now: DON'T!
+Before you can run moin, you need to install it:
-Just run "moin" command from the toplevel directory of your local copy/repo.
+Developer install
+Please make sure you have `virtualenv` installed (it includes `pip`).
+If you just want to run moin in-place in your mercurial workdir, run this
+from your mercurial moin2 work dir:
+ # you can also just run `quickinstall` script
+ virtualenv --no-site-packages env
+ source env/bin/activate
+ pip install -e .
+ make mo
+This will use virtualenv to create a directory `env/` and create a virtual
+environment for moin there. `activate` then activates this environment, so
+that pip will install moin2 including all dependencies into that directory.
+pip will fetch all dependencies from pypi and install them, so this may take
+a while.
+Finally, compile the translations (`*.po` files) to binary `*.mo` files.
+Note: in this special mode, it won't copy moin to the env/ directory, it will
+run everything from your work dir, so you can modify code and directly try it
+out (you only need to do this installation procedure once).
+Now just run the "moin" command from your work dir to start the builtin server.
-Developping of MoinMoin
+Developing of MoinMoin
 .. toctree::
    :maxdepth: 2
 source env/bin/activate
 # "install" moin2 from repo to the env
 pip install -e .
+# compile the translations
+make mo
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