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Fix formatting issues in the readme file

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@@ -8,8 +8,8 @@ navigate any test failures.
Same as any other Vim plugin.
- * Best: use http://github.com/gmarik/vundle or
- http://github.com/bronson/vim-update-bundles
+ * Best: use <http://github.com/gmarik/vundle> or
+ <http://github.com/bronson/vim-update-bundles>
* Better: use Pathogen and clone this repo into ~/.vim/bundle
* Good: Just copy these files into your ~/.vim directory.
@@ -24,24 +24,24 @@ to tweak the appropriate formater.rb file.
## Alternatives
-* vim-rubytest: https://github.com/janx/vim-rubytest<br/>
+* vim-rubytest: <https://github.com/janx/vim-rubytest><br/>
I really tried to like this plugin but never found it reliable.<br/>
\t runs testcase, \T runs all tests in file, \l reruns last test
-* vim-rspec: https://github.com/taq/vim-rspec<br/>
+* vim-rspec: <https://github.com/taq/vim-rspec><br/>
Uses hpricot/xslt to postprocess instead of using an rspec formatter.<br/>
:RunSpec runs current file, :RunSpecs runs all tests
-* rspec-tmbundle (for TextMate users): https://github.com/rspec/rspec-tmbundle
+* rspec-tmbundle (for TextMate users): <https://github.com/rspec/rspec-tmbundle>
* what's the best Emacs spec runner?
## Authors
- * Wincent Colaiuta https://wincent.com
- * Scott Bronson http://github.com/bronson
+ * Wincent Colaiuta <https://wincent.com>
+ * Scott Bronson <http://github.com/bronson>
- https://wincent.com/blog/running-rspec-specs-from-inside-vim
+<https://wincent.com/blog/running-rspec-specs-from-inside-vim>
## TODO
@@ -49,5 +49,5 @@ to tweak the appropriate formater.rb file.
* make :Test (Test::Unit, MiniTest) work too.
* To run a single test, put the cursor in the test and hit <leader>t.
* To run all tests in a file, open the file and hit <leader>T.
- * Very cool idea: https://github.com/reinh/vim-makegreen
+ * Very cool idea: <https://github.com/reinh/vim-makegreen>
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