changeset 1301:f87fb6be6162

minor corrections to install docs - missing double colons and consistent indentation
author Roger Haase <crosseyedpenguin@yahoo.com>
date Sun, 18 Mar 2012 14:15:39 -0700
parents 733cb34e4c50
children bf7b2f5d246f
files docs/admin/install.rst
diffstat 1 files changed, 11 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-) [+]
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--- a/docs/admin/install.rst	Sun Mar 18 12:58:04 2012 -0700
+++ b/docs/admin/install.rst	Sun Mar 18 14:15:39 2012 -0700
@@ -66,24 +66,24 @@
 For example, if you want to use `PyPy` and want to name the virtualenv directory `env-pypy`,
 use::
 
-    # for linux
-    DIR=env-pypy
-    PYTHON=/opt/pypy/bin/pypy
+ # for linux
+ DIR=env-pypy
+ PYTHON=/opt/pypy/bin/pypy
 
 That way, you can test with different versions of Python in different virtualenv directories within your moin2 workdir.
 
 Activating the virtual env
 --------------------------
 
+IMPORTANT: you always need to activate the virtual environment before running
+anything that executes moin code! Otherwise it won't find the moin command,
+nor the moin code nor the libraries it needs. Also, if you want to install
+additional software into the virtual environment, activate it before running pip!::
+
  source env/bin/activate  # for linux (or other posix OSes)
  # or
  env\Scripts\activate.bat  # for windows
 
-IMPORTANT: you always need to activate the virtual environment before running
-anything that executes moin code! Otherwise it won't find the moin command,
-nor the moin code nor the libraries it needs. Also, if you want to install
-additional software into the virtual environment, activate it before running pip!
-
 Initializing index and/or storage
 ---------------------------------
 If you have an existing storage AND a valid index (for this storage’s content, and for this moin version),
@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@
 ~~~~~~~~~
 Now and then, PyPi might be down or unreachable.
 There are mirrors b.pypi.python.org, c.pypi.python.org, d.pypi.python.org
-you can use in such cases, you just need to tell pip to do so:
+you can use in such cases, you just need to tell pip to do so::
 
  # put this into ~/.pip/pip.conf
  [global]
@@ -150,7 +150,8 @@
 the quickinstall script.
 You may see tracebacks from pip, timeout errors, etc. (see the output of the quickinstall script).
 
-If this is the case, try it manually:
+If this is the case, try it manually::
+
  # enter your virtual environment:
  source env/bin/activate