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@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ Choosing a content repository
The first thing to decide is what content repository to use. A content repository is essentially
a database that will be responsible for storing all the content you want to persist. It provides
-and API that is optimized for the needs of a CMS (tree structures, references, versioning, full
+an API that is optimized for the needs of a CMS (tree structures, references, versioning, full
text search etc.). While every content repository can have very different requirements and
performance characteristics, the API is the same for all of them.
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ Add the following to your ``composer.json`` file
If you are also using Doctrine ORM, make sure to use ``"doctrine/orm": "2.3.*"``,
otherwise composer can't resolve the dependencies as Doctrine PHPCR-ODM depends on
- the newer 2.3 Doctrine Commons. (Symfony 2.1 standard edition uses "2.2.*".
+ the newer 2.3 Doctrine Commons. (Symfony 2.1 standard edition uses "2.2.*".)
And then run

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