If you're reading the source file for the README, it's formatted to be generated out using Asciidoc syntax. So sections are split using the special markup language for defining various heading levels.
For example, https://evergreen-ils.org/documentation/install/README_2_10.html#_optional_extra_steps_for_browser_based_staff_client That "section" is set automatically up as section 4 with clear beginning and end. So "Install dependencies for browser-based staff client" with the ~~~~~ under it defines one section, with parts under it with - - - - -, defining those parts of that section. Till the next subheading with ~~~~~ underlying it to start a new section. This is how Asciidoc syntax is applied, and I suppose it's easier to read in the generated HTML than in the native file, for those not familiar with that documentation syntax style? -- Ben PS: note for others that patch required to change the URL for that section to say from egdownloads not just downloads (since the move to WordPress for main site) Sent from my Nexus 6 On Jul 10, 2016 11:05 AM, "Jim Lynch" <j...@fayettedigital.com> wrote: > In the Evergreen install document there is this statement: > > [NOTE] > Skip this entire section if you are using an official release tarball > downloaded > from http://evergreen-ils.org/downloads > > It's not obvious to the uninformed where the section ends. > > Thanks, > Jim. >