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@@ -249,18 +249,17 @@ your setuptools-enabled Python interpreter, use the ``easy_install`` command.
.. warning::
- Even though Python 3.3 and better comes with ``pyvenv`` out of the box,
- which is similar to ``virtualenv``, we suggest using ``virtualenv`` instead.
- ``virtualenv`` works on well Python 3.3. This isn't a recommendation made
- for technical reasons, it's one made because it's not feasible for the
- authors of this guide to explain setup using multiple virtual environment
- systems. We are aiming to not need to make the installation documentation
+ Python 3.3 includes ``pyvenv`` out of the box, which provides similar
+ functionality to ``virtualenv``. We however suggest using ``virtualenv``
+ instead, which works well with Python 3.3. This isn't a recommendation made
+ for technical reasons; it's made because it's not feasible for the authors
+ of this guide to explain setup using multiple virtual environment systems.
+ We are aiming to not need to make the installation documentation
Turing-complete.
- ``pyvenv`` will work fine. However, if you use ``pyvenv`` instead of
- ``virtualenv``, you'll need to understand how to install software such as
- ``distribute`` into the virtual environment manually, which this guide does
- not cover.
+ If you insist on using ``pyvenv``, you'll need to understand how to install
+ software such as ``distribute`` into the virtual environment manually,
+ which this guide does not cover.
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