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-recursive-include locust/static *
-recursive-include locust/templates *
+recursive-include locust/static *
+recursive-include locust/templates *
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-###
-API
-###
-
-
-Locust class
-============
-
-.. autoclass:: locust.core.Locust
- :members: min_wait, max_wait, task_set
-
-HttpLocust class
-================
-
-.. autoclass:: locust.core.HttpLocust
- :members: min_wait, max_wait, task_set, client
-
-
-TaskSet class
-=============
-
-.. autoclass:: locust.core.TaskSet
- :members: locust, parent, min_wait, max_wait, client, tasks, interrupt, schedule_task
-
-task decorator
-==============
-
-.. autofunction:: locust.core.task
-
-
-HttpSession class
-=================
-
-.. autoclass:: locust.clients.HttpSession
- :members: __init__, request, get, post, delete, put, head, options, patch
-
-Response class
-==============
-
-This class actually resides in the `python-requests <http://python-requests.org>`_ library,
-since that's what Locust is using to make HTTP requests, but it's included in the API docs
-for locust since it's so central when writing locust load tests. You can also look at the
-:py:class:`Response <requests.Response>` class at the
-`requests documentation <http://python-requests.org>`_.
-
-.. autoclass:: requests.Response
- :inherited-members:
- :noindex:
-
-ResponseContextManager class
-============================
-
-.. autoclass:: locust.clients.ResponseContextManager
- :members: success, failure
-
-
-InterruptTaskSet Exception
-==========================
-.. autoexception:: locust.exception.InterruptTaskSet
-
-
-.. _events:
-
-Event hooks
-===========
-
-The event hooks are instances of the **locust.events.EventHook** class:
-
-.. autoclass:: locust.events.EventHook
-
-Available hooks
----------------
-
-The following event hooks are available under the **locust.events** module:
-
-.. automodule:: locust.events
- :members: request_success, request_failure, locust_error, report_to_master, slave_report, hatch_complete, quitting
-
+###
+API
+###
+
+
+Locust class
+============
+
+.. autoclass:: locust.core.Locust
+ :members: min_wait, max_wait, task_set
+
+HttpLocust class
+================
+
+.. autoclass:: locust.core.HttpLocust
+ :members: min_wait, max_wait, task_set, client
+
+
+TaskSet class
+=============
+
+.. autoclass:: locust.core.TaskSet
+ :members: locust, parent, min_wait, max_wait, client, tasks, interrupt, schedule_task
+
+task decorator
+==============
+
+.. autofunction:: locust.core.task
+
+
+HttpSession class
+=================
+
+.. autoclass:: locust.clients.HttpSession
+ :members: __init__, request, get, post, delete, put, head, options, patch
+
+Response class
+==============
+
+This class actually resides in the `python-requests <http://python-requests.org>`_ library,
+since that's what Locust is using to make HTTP requests, but it's included in the API docs
+for locust since it's so central when writing locust load tests. You can also look at the
+:py:class:`Response <requests.Response>` class at the
+`requests documentation <http://python-requests.org>`_.
+
+.. autoclass:: requests.Response
+ :inherited-members:
+ :noindex:
+
+ResponseContextManager class
+============================
+
+.. autoclass:: locust.clients.ResponseContextManager
+ :members: success, failure
+
+
+InterruptTaskSet Exception
+==========================
+.. autoexception:: locust.exception.InterruptTaskSet
+
+
+.. _events:
+
+Event hooks
+===========
+
+The event hooks are instances of the **locust.events.EventHook** class:
+
+.. autoclass:: locust.events.EventHook
+
+Available hooks
+---------------
+
+The following event hooks are available under the **locust.events** module:
+
+.. automodule:: locust.events
+ :members: request_success, request_failure, locust_error, report_to_master, slave_report, hatch_complete, quitting
+
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-=====================
-Locust Documentation
-=====================
-
-.. rubric:: Everything you need to know about Locust
-
-.. sidebar:: About locust
-
- Locust is a scalable load testing framework written in Python
-
- * **Website**: `http://locust.io <http://locust.io>`_
- * **Source code**: `http://github.com/locustio/locust <http://github.com/locustio/locust>`_
- * **Twitter**: `@locustio <http://twitter.com/locustio>`_
-
-
-.. toctree ::
- :maxdepth: 2
-
- what-is-locust
- installation
- quickstart
- writing-a-locustfile
- api
- extending-locust
- changelog
-
+=====================
+Locust Documentation
+=====================
+
+.. rubric:: Everything you need to know about Locust
+
+.. sidebar:: About locust
+
+ Locust is a scalable load testing framework written in Python
+
+ * **Website**: `http://locust.io <http://locust.io>`_
+ * **Source code**: `http://github.com/locustio/locust <http://github.com/locustio/locust>`_
+ * **Twitter**: `@locustio <http://twitter.com/locustio>`_
+
+
+.. toctree ::
+ :maxdepth: 2
+
+ what-is-locust
+ installation
+ quickstart
+ writing-a-locustfile
+ api
+ extending-locust
+ changelog
+
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-Installation
-============
-
-Locust is available on PyPI and can be installed through pip or easy_install
-
-::
-
- pip install locustio
-
-or::
-
- easy_install locustio
-
-When Locust is installed, a **locust** command should be available in your shell (if you're not using
-virtualenv - which you should - make sure your python script directory is on your path).
-
-To see available options, run::
-
- locust --help
-
-
-Installing ZeroMQ
------------------
-
-If you intend to run Locust distributed across multiple processes/machines, we recommend you to also
-install **pyzmq**::
-
- pip install pyzmq
-
-or::
-
- easy_install pyzmq
-
-Installing Locust on Windows
-----------------------------
-
-The easiest way to get Locust running on Windows is to first install pre built binary packages for
-gevent (0.13) and greenlet and then follow the above instructions.
-
-You can find an unofficial collection of pre built python packages for windows here:
-`http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/ <http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/>`_
-
-Installing Locust on OS X
-----------------------------
-
-The following is currently the shortest path to installing gevent on OS X using Homebrew.
-
-#. Install [Homebrew](http://mxcl.github.com/homebrew/).
-#. Install libevent (dependency for gevent)::
-
- brew install libevent
-
-#. Then follow the above instructions.
+Installation
+============
+
+Locust is available on PyPI and can be installed through pip or easy_install
+
+::
+
+ pip install locustio
+
+or::
+
+ easy_install locustio
+
+When Locust is installed, a **locust** command should be available in your shell (if you're not using
+virtualenv - which you should - make sure your python script directory is on your path).
+
+To see available options, run::
+
+ locust --help
+
+
+Installing ZeroMQ
+-----------------
+
+If you intend to run Locust distributed across multiple processes/machines, we recommend you to also
+install **pyzmq**::
+
+ pip install pyzmq
+
+or::
+
+ easy_install pyzmq
+
+Installing Locust on Windows
+----------------------------
+
+The easiest way to get Locust running on Windows is to first install pre built binary packages for
+gevent (0.13) and greenlet and then follow the above instructions.
+
+You can find an unofficial collection of pre built python packages for windows here:
+`http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/ <http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/>`_
+
+Installing Locust on OS X
+----------------------------
+
+The following is currently the shortest path to installing gevent on OS X using Homebrew.
+
+#. Install [Homebrew](http://mxcl.github.com/homebrew/).
+#. Install libevent (dependency for gevent)::
+
+ brew install libevent
+
+#. Then follow the above instructions.
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