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that's a wrap. ding 0.7.0

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-Woven deploys versioned Django projects served by Apache and Nginx onto Linux servers. Woven is is built on `Fabric <http://docs.fabfile.org/>`_.
+Woven deploys versioned Django projects onto Linux servers behind Nginx using Apache modwsgi by default. Woven is is built on `Fabric <http://docs.fabfile.org/>`_.
:doc:`RTFM.</main>`
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This will use virtualenvwrapper to activate your current virtualenv and drop you into the project sitesettings manage.py directory. A convenience manage.py is provided to run manage.py from there on the first site.
-Of course installing packages from a requirements file can be problematic if pypi is down. To get around this first set your DJANGO_REQUIREMENT setting to file:///path/to/Django-x.x.x.tar.gz to rsync against a local copy. Next make use of ``manage.py bundle`` command. This will use pip to bundle all the requirements into a dist folder in the distribution. When deploying woven will look in the dist directory first and install from a bundle with the same name as the requirements file.
+Of course installing packages from a requirements file can be problematic if pypi is down. Make use of the ``manage.py bundle`` command. This will use pip to bundle all the requirements into a dist folder in the distribution for deployment.
We also haven't covered in this tutorial features such as integrated South migrations and multi-site creation with ``startsites``. Have a read of the woven django management :doc:`commands` to get a better feel of the woven commands.
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#!/usr/bin/env python
-VERSION = (0, 7, 0,'alpha', 0)
+VERSION = (0, 7, 0,'final', 0)
def get_version():
version = '%s.%s' % (VERSION[0], VERSION[1])
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