Rename INSTALL and README for Bitbucket formatting.
2 files changed, 34 insertions(+), 36 deletions(-)

M INSTALL => INSTALL.md
M README => README.md
M INSTALL => INSTALL.md +3 -2
@@ 48,9 48,10 @@ For usage information, see the README.
 Development
 -----------
 
-Volta source can be cloned via Mercurial.  The repo is found at:
+Volta source can be cloned via Mercurial.  The repo can be found at:
 
-	http://code.martini.nu/volta
+	http://code.martini.nu/volta       (primary)
+	https://bitbucket.org/mahlon/volta (secondary)
 
 You can use the 'debug' make target to compile a (very noisy) binary
 that contains gdb symbols and perftool hooks.  Set the CPUPROFILE

          
M README => README.md +31 -34
@@ 92,55 92,53 @@ tabs.)
 
 ### Positive matches:
 
-    First field: the hostname to match.
+**First field**: *the hostname to match*
 
-      You can use an exact hostname (www.example.com), or the top level
-      domain (tld) if you want to match everything under a specific host
-      (example.com.)  You can also use a single '*' to match every request,
-      though this essentially bypasses a lot of what makes volta quick, it
-      is included for completeness.  You may have an unlimited amount of
-      rules per hostname.  Hostnames are compared without case sensitivity.
+	You can use an exact hostname (www.example.com), or the top level
+	domain (tld) if you want to match everything under a specific host
+	(example.com.)  You can also use a single '*' to match every request,
+	though this essentially bypasses a lot of what makes volta quick, it
+	is included for completeness.  You may have an unlimited amount of
+	rules per hostname.  Hostnames are compared without case sensitivity.
 
-
-    Second field: the path to match.
+**Second field**: *the path to match*
 
-	  This can be an exact match ('/path/to/something.html'), a regular
-	  expression ('\.(jpg|gif|png)$'), or a single '*' to match for any
-	  path. Regular expressions are matched without case sensitivity.  There
-	  is currently no internal support for captures, though you can use
-	  a Lua rule (see below) for more complex processing.
+	This can be an exact match ('/path/to/something.html'), a regular
+	expression ('\.(jpg|gif|png)$'), or a single '*' to match for any
+	path. Regular expressions are matched without case sensitivity.  There
+	is currently no internal support for captures, though you can use
+	a Lua rule (see below) for more complex processing.
 
-
-    Third field: The redirect code and url to rewrite to.
+**Third field**: *the redirect code and url to rewrite to*
 
-      Any pieces of a url that are omitted are automatically replaced
-      with the original request's element -- the exception is a hostname,
-      which is required.  If you omit a redirect code, the URL rewrite is
-      transparent to the client.  You can attach a 301: or 302: prefix to
-      cause a permanent or temporary code to be respectively sent, instead.
+	Any pieces of a url that are omitted are automatically replaced
+	with the original request's element -- the exception is a hostname,
+	which is required.  If you omit a redirect code, the URL rewrite is
+	transparent to the client.  You can attach a 301: or 302: prefix to
+	cause a permanent or temporary code to be respectively sent, instead.
 
-      If you require more complex processing than what volta provides
-      internally, you can also specify a path to a Lua script (prefixed
-      with 'lua:'.)  See the 'Lua rules' section of this README for more
-	  information.
+	If you require more complex processing than what volta provides
+	internally, you can also specify a path to a Lua script (prefixed
+	with 'lua:'.)  See the 'Lua rules' section of this README for more
+	information.
 
 
 ### Negative matches:
 
-    First field: the hostname to match.
+**First field**: *the hostname to match*
 
-	  See above -- all the same rules apply.
+See above -- all the same rules apply.
 
 
-    Second field: the path to match.
+**Second field**: *the path to match*
 
-	  See above -- all the same rules apply.
+See above -- all the same rules apply.
 
 
-	Third field: the 'negative' marker.
+**Third field**: *the 'negative' marker*
 
-	  This is simply the '-' character, that signals to volta that this is
-	  a negative matching rule.
+This is simply the '-' character, that signals to volta that this is
+a negative matching rule.
 
 
 You can easily test your rules by running volta on the command line, and

          
@@ 152,7 150,7 @@ Examples
 
 Rewrite all requests to Google to the SSL version:
 
-    google.com * 302:https://www.google.com
+	google.com * 302:https://www.google.com
 
 	This will redirect the request "http://www.google.com/search?q=test" to
 	"https://www.google.com/search?q=test".

          
@@ 233,4 231,3 @@ rule match -- the original request is al
 An extremely simple Lua rule script can be found in the 'examples'
 directory, distributed with volta.
 
-