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Clarify when and how waitress is installed.

- see #3204
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stevepiercy committed Dec 1, 2017
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@@ -101,11 +101,13 @@ The ``.ini`` file is also used for two other functions:
- *Configuring the WSGI server*. ``[server:main]`` wires up the choice
of which WSGI *server* for your WSGI *application*. In this case, we
are using ``waitress`` which was specified in
``tutorial/``. It also wires up the *port number*:
are using ``waitress`` which we specified in
``tutorial/`` and was installed in the :doc:`requirements` step at the start of this tutorial. It also wires up the *port number*:
``listen = localhost:6543`` tells ``waitress`` to listen on host
``localhost`` at port ``6543``.
.. note:: Running the command ``$VENV/bin/pip install -e .`` will check for previously installed packages in our virtual environment that are specified in our package's ```` file, then install our package in editable mode, installing any requirements that were not previously installed. If a requirement was manually installed previously on the command line or otherwise, in this case Waitress, then ``$VENV/bin/pip install -e .`` will merely check that it is installed and move on.
- *Configuring Python logging*. Pyramid uses Python standard logging, which
needs a number of configuration values. The ``.ini`` serves this function.
This provides the console log output that you see on startup and each

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