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 wrapper application so the TortoiseHG tools and dialogs can be used on
 non-Windows platforms.
 
+==== [[install|Download and Installation]]
+
+==== [[http://bitbucket.org/tortoisehg/stable/raw/tip/ReleaseNotes.txt|Release Notes]]
+
 == News
 
 * 2009-01-18: TortoiseHg 0.6 (with Mercurial 1.1.2) released
 Please use the Bitbucket issue tracker (above) to submit bugs and feature requests.  See [[http://bitbucket.org/tortoisehg/crew/wiki/Home|crew]] wiki
 for details on contributing patches or other work.
 
+== Documentation
+
 ==== A Gentle [[intro|Introduction]] to Using TortoiseHG on Windows
 
-==== [[install|Download and Installation]]
-
-==== [[http://bitbucket.org/tortoisehg/stable/raw/tip/ReleaseNotes.txt|Release Notes]]
-
 ==== [[FAQ]]
 
 ==== [[ssh|PuTTY and TortoisePlink (for ssh)]]
 == Source Install
 
 # Requirements (take a deep breath):
-#* Python 2.4 (ActivePython 2.4.1 has been used for development of TortoiseHg)
-#* Pywin32 (build 208, included in ActivePython, has been used for development of TortoiseHg)
-#* Mercurial  (1.1.2 or later) - you need to install it through python (don't use the Win32 binary)
-#* PyGtk and Gtk+ runtime. (http://www.pygtk.org/downloads.html)
-#** Gtk+ (2.10  has been used for development of TortoiseHg)
-#** PyGtk (2.10  has been used for development of TortoiseHg)
-#** PyCairo (1.2.6  has been used for development of TortoiseHg)
-#** PyObject (2.12.3  has been used for development of TortoiseHg)
-#* TortoiseOverlays (1.0.4) - use the .msi that is relevant for your system.
+## Python 2.4 (ActivePython 2.4.1 has been used for development of TortoiseHg)
+## Pywin32 (build 208, included in ActivePython, has been used for development of TortoiseHg)
+## Mercurial  (1.1.2 or later) - you need to install it through python (don't use the Win32 binary)
+## PyGtk and Gtk+ runtime. (http://www.pygtk.org/downloads.html)
+### Gtk+ (2.10  has been used for development of TortoiseHg)
+### PyGtk (2.10  has been used for development of TortoiseHg)
+### PyCairo (1.2.6  has been used for development of TortoiseHg)
+### PyObject (2.12.3  has been used for development of TortoiseHg)
+## TortoiseOverlays (1.0.4) - use the .msi that is relevant for your system.
 # Clone or download the latest snapshot from TortoiseHg's development repo
 # Open a command window (cmd.exe)
 # Chdir into TortoiseHg directory
 # Enter command to install TortoiseHg (you will need admin privilege):
 {{{
 python tortoisehg.py --debug
-}}} **Warning: do not remove or rename the installation directory.**
+}}}
+**Warning: do not remove or rename the installation directory.**
 # Restart Windows (or just the Explorer)
 # Browse you Mercurial repo with Window Explorer (make sure you see the overlay icons and context menu)