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Make run-ios --device example copy-pastable

This changes the single quotes to double quotes so this command can be copy-pasted.

If a user copy pastes the run-on-device example in bash they will be presented with a confusing prompt because bash expects another terminating single quote.

~ben (master *) ~/code/transit: react-native run-ios --device 'Max's iPhone'

It seems minor but this could be just confusing enough to frustrate a beginner or someone not familiar with bash.

This can be tested by running:

react-native run-ios --help

and verifying that the "run on device" example is changed:

- react-native run-ios --device 'Max's iPhone'
+ react-native run-ios --device "Max's iPhone"
Closes #13145

Differential Revision: D4776305

Pulled By: hramos

fbshipit-source-id: 9500551bfc106cd1687468f7ecc4c91089e1f703
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bhelx authored and facebook-github-bot committed Mar 29, 2017
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  1. +1 −1 local-cli/runIOS/runIOS.js
@@ -222,7 +222,7 @@ module.exports = {
desc: "Run on a connected device, e.g. Max's iPhone",
cmd: "react-native run-ios --device 'Max's iPhone'",
cmd: 'react-native run-ios --device "Max\'s iPhone"',
options: [{

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