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|@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ These are the steps I followed to get [RefineryCMS 2.0](http://refinerycms.com/)|
|RefineryCMS and Spree both use Devise for authentication, but they are both completely separate (so you must have|
|separate user accounts for each). In Spree 1.2, authentication has been moved to a separate gem, allowing you|
|-to use your own authentication. As of Refinery 2.0 it's still quite a lot of work to use your own authentication.|
|+to use your own authentication. As of Refinery 2.0 it's still [quite a lot of work](http://refinerycms.com/guides/with-an-existing-rails-31-devise-app) to roll your own authentication.|
|For this reason, it seemed easiest to configure Spreee to use RefineryCMS for authentication.|