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@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@
 ========
 
 Several examples are included to help you become familiar with Pyke.  These
-are all in an ``examples`` directory, which forms the top-level Python package
+are all in an ``examples`` directory; which forms the top-level Python package
 for importing::
 
     >>> from examples.towers_of_hanoi import test
@@ -50,21 +50,13 @@
     got 1: ((0, 1), (0, 2), (1, 2))
     got 2: ((0, 2), (0, 1), (2, 0), (1, 2), (0, 2))
 
-Thus the directory containing the ``examples`` directory must be on your
-Python path.
-
-If you did an hg_ clone, the entire source directory should already be on
-your Python path in order to import pyke, so you're all set!
-
-If you used easy_install for Pyke, you'll need to download the pyke_examples
-tar file separately here__ and then expand the tar file in a directory on your
-Python path.
+Thus the source directory (containing the ``examples`` directory) must be on
+your Python path.  This is most easily accomplished by running the examples
+from the source directory.
 
 Each example is in its own sub-directory and has a README file to get you
 started.  They all have `.krb files`_ and a Python module to run the example
 that also demonstrates `how to call Pyke`_ from your Python program.
-
-.. __: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=207724
 
 
 Family_relations
@@ -128,7 +120,7 @@
 The data model used for the requested columns is that tables inherit the
 columns from tables they link to.  So if there is a 1-many relationship
 between tables A and B (1 A row has many B rows), the B table inherits the
-columns from table A through it's link to table A.  The Pyke rules will
+columns from the A table through it's link to table A.  The Pyke rules will
 automatically figure out the table joins for this.
 
 The program automatically introspects the schema information.  For this
@@ -153,11 +145,11 @@
 =============
 
 This example completes the Python web framework demo by adding rules to
-automatically generate code to render HTML templates from the HTMLTemplates_
-package (you can run ``easy_install HTMLTemplate`` to install this package).
-This uses the sqlgen_ example, above, to generate the SQL statements.
+automatically generate code to render HTML templates from the HTMLTemplate_
+package (you can run ``easy_install HTMLTemplate`` to install the HTMLTemplate
+package).  This uses the sqlgen_ example, above, to generate the SQL statements.
 
-The HTMLTemplates do not include anything resembling program code in them, so
+An HTMLTemplate does not include anything resembling program code in it, so
 that your graphics designers can completely own the html files without the
 developers having to modify them in any way.