The Stacks project

59.8 Sheaf theory

At this point we start talking about sites and sheaves in earnest. There is an amazing amount of useful abstract material that could fit in the next few sections. Some of this material is worked out in earlier chapters, such as the chapter on sites, modules on sites, and cohomology on sites. We try to refrain from adding too much material here, just enough so the material later in this chapter makes sense.

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Comment #1390 by sdf on

"adding to much" -> "adding too much"

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