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Move old-3-install instructions to install doc

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@@ -10,13 +10,13 @@ Introduction
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Plone is developed in the :doc:`Python </getstarted/python>` programming language. doc:`Python </getstarted/python>`You should master Python basics`
-before you can efficiently customize Plone. If you are very new to Python, Plone or software development,
-it is suggested that you read the `Professional Plone 4 Development book
+before you can efficiently customize Plone. If you are very new to Python, Plone or software development,
+it is suggested that you read the `Professional Plone 4 Development book
<http://www.packtpub.com/professional-plone-4-development/book>`_
-before you attempt to develop your own solutions.
+before you attempt to develop your own solutions.
-If you quickly want to learn about current best-practices in developing with Plone you should also work through the
-`Todo list application tutorial <http://tutorialtodoapp.readthedocs.org/en/latest/index.html>`_.
+If you quickly want to learn about current best-practices in developing with Plone you should also work through the
+`Todo list application tutorial <http://tutorialtodoapp.readthedocs.org/en/latest/index.html>`_.
Plone runs on the top of the `Zope 2 application server <zope2.zope.org/>`_, meaning that one Zope 2 server process
can contain and host several Plone sites. Plone also uses Zope 3 components. Zope 3 is not an upgrade for Zope 2,
@@ -30,10 +30,10 @@ Installing Plone
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It is recommended that you do Plone development on Linux or OS X. Development on Windows is possible,
-but you need to have much more experience dealing with Python and Windows related problems, so starting
+but you need to have much more experience dealing with Python and Windows related problems, so starting
on Windows is not so easy.
-See :doc:`installation instructions </getstarted/installation>` for how to create a Plone installation
+See :doc:`installation instructions </getstarted/installation>` for how to create a Plone installation
suitable for development.
Non-programming approaches for customizing Plone
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ If you lack programming skill or resources, you can still get some things done i
* `Plomino is a a powerful and flexible web-based application builder for Plone <http://www.plomino.net>`_
-* `PloneFormGen allows you to build forms in a web browser <http://plone.org/products/ploneformgen>`_
+* `PloneFormGen allows you to build forms in a web browser <http://plone.org/products/ploneformgen>`_
* Plone 4+ comes with through-the-web Dexterity content type editor
@@ -61,18 +61,18 @@ Plone add-ons as Python packages
Plone sites can be customized by installing *Plone add-ons*, which add or customize functionality.
You can install existing add-ons that others have developed or you can develop and install your own add-ons.
-Add-ons are developed and distributed as
-`Python packages <http://packages.python.org/distribute/setuptools.html>`_. Many open-source Python packages,
+Add-ons are developed and distributed as
+`Python packages <http://packages.python.org/distribute/setuptools.html>`_. Many open-source Python packages,
including Plone add-ons, are available from `PyPI (the Python Package index) <http://pypi.python.org>`_.
-Plone uses a tool called `Buildout <http://www.buildout.org/>`_ to manage the set of Python packages
+Plone uses a tool called `Buildout <http://www.buildout.org/>`_ to manage the set of Python packages
that are part of your Plone installation.
Using Buildout involves using the ``buildout.cfg`` configuration file and the ``bin/buildout`` command.
.. note ::
In prior versions of Plone and Zope, add-ons were referred to as "products" and they were installed by copying
- them into a special folder called ``products``. This method is now deprecated in favor of using
+ them into a special folder called ``products``. This method is now deprecated in favor of using
standard Python packages, managed by Buildout.
@@ -173,8 +173,8 @@ Hello World Tutorial
We have a :doc:`tutorial </reference_manuals/active/helloworld/index>` introducing the basics of Plone development.
-The tutorial covers a basic form, a custom content-type, and a dynamic view.
-It also has detailed sections on building a development environment, installing Plone, and
+The tutorial covers a basic form, a custom content-type, and a dynamic view.
+It also has detailed sections on building a development environment, installing Plone, and
creating an add-on package for your development code.
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