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Updates the README file to better distinguish what is needed from the…

… manual steps one could also do
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@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ cd hellotornado
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-Add the remote github repo to the existing one with a command like:
+And then add the github repo to the existing one with a command like:
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@@ -22,7 +22,11 @@ git pull -X theirs upstream master
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-Now let's create the virtualenv (and don't forget to run this step on a python2.6 system, as that is the version of python hosted on OpenShift):
+Go at http://hellotornado-$YOURDOMAIN.rhcloud.com and enjoy!
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+=== What it does ===
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+You can achieve the same by doing the following steps manually. Create a virtualenv in `misc/` (and don't forget to create this on a python2.6 system, as that is the version of python hosted on OpenShift):
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@@ -78,7 +82,7 @@ chmod a+x diy/hellotornado.py
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-**Delete** the diy/index.html file or you'll always get only the standard welcome page after pushing the code:
+**Delete** the `diy/index.html` file or you'll always get only the standard welcome page after pushing the code:
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@@ -119,8 +123,6 @@ git push
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-Go at http://hellotornado-$YOURDOMAIN.rhcloud.com and enjoy!
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To run and test you application locally before committing, just source the virtualenv activate file and start with the custom made start/stop scripts.
Have fun!
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