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Recommend using sanitycheck instead of bootstrap

It is no longer recommended to use bootstrap and instead install
the missing packages via the distribution's repository.

http://git.gnome.org/browse/jhbuild/commit/?id=dc264b9f3a1eaaf41c5d977d0b056e12773cc148
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@@ -35,9 +35,16 @@ Once you have installed JHBuild successfully, download the latest configuration
[#]_. Copy files with the suffix `.modules` to JHBuild's module directory and the file
`sample-tarball.jhbuildrc` to `~/.jhbuildrc`.
-If you have not done it before, download, build and install the build prerequisites by running::
+If you have not done it before, verify that your build environment is setup correctly
+by running::
- $ jhbuild bootstrap
+ $ jhbuild sanitycheck
+
+It will print any applications and libraries that are currently missing on your
+system but required for building. You should install those using your distribution's
+package repository. A list of `package names <http://live.gnome.org/JhbuildDependencies>`_
+for different distributions is maintained on the GNOME wiki.
+Run the above command again to ensure the required tools are present.
Executing the following command will build PyGObject and all its dependencies::

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