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Fix method references in README

Class methods should be referenced with 'Klass.method' while 'Klass#method' is used for instance methods.
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bowsersenior committed Jan 6, 2012
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  1. +4 −4 README.rdoc
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@@ -48,8 +48,8 @@ First create one or more of the following YAML files in the same directory to de
# Yacht::Loader.to_classy_struct(:apply_whitelist? => true)
# (by default the whitelist is ignored)
# NOTE: the whitelist is ignored when using Yacht.my_key or Yacht['my_key']
- # you have to use Yacht::Loader#to_hash or
- # Yacht::Loader#to_classy_struct to use the whitelist
+ # you have to use Yacht::Loader.to_hash or
+ # Yacht::Loader.to_classy_struct to use the whitelist
- public_info
# config/yacht/local.yml (optional)
@@ -82,7 +82,7 @@ If you would like to access values stored in Yacht inside of javascript, there i
# remember that any values exported to javascript will be visible to all visitors to your site
- cookie_domain
-Then use <tt>Yacht::Loader#to_js_snippet</tt> to create a string that can be eval'd or included in the DOM:
+Then use <tt>Yacht::Loader.to_js_snippet</tt> to create a string that can be eval'd or included in the DOM:
Yacht::Loader.to_js_snippet
# => ";var Yacht = {\"cookie_domain\":\"example.com\"};"
@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ To use Yacht inside of Rails, just add an initializer to <tt>config/initializers
# it makes sense to use your Rails environment names in Yacht
Yacht::Loader.environment = Rails.env
-When used inside of a Rails application, the <tt>yacht_js_snippet</tt> Rails helper is included in the global <tt>ApplicationHelper</tt> so you can use it in views. <tt>yacht_js_snippet</tt> wraps the string from <tt>Yacht::Loader#to_js_snippet</tt> in a script tag using Rails' +javascript_tag+ helper.
+When used inside of a Rails application, the <tt>yacht_js_snippet</tt> Rails helper is included in the global <tt>ApplicationHelper</tt> so you can use it in views. <tt>yacht_js_snippet</tt> wraps the string from <tt>Yacht::Loader.to_js_snippet</tt> in a script tag using Rails' +javascript_tag+ helper.
# inside a view or helper:
yacht_js_snippet

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