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Added enqueue_in references to README

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ResqueSpec
==========
-A simple RSpec and Cucumber matcher for Resque.enqueue and Resque.enqueue_at
-(from `ResqueScheduler`), loosely based on
+A simple RSpec and Cucumber matcher for Resque.enqueue and Resque.enqueue_at/enqueue_in (from `ResqueScheduler`), loosely based on
[http://github.com/justinweiss/resque_unit](http://github.com/justinweiss/resque_unit).
ResqueSpec will also fire Resque hooks if you are using them. See below.
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The `perform` hooks: before, around, after, and on failure are fired by
ResqueSpec if you are using the `with_resque` helper or set `ResqueSpec.inline = true`.
-Important! `Resque#enqueue_at` does not fire the after enqueue hook (the job has not been queued yet!), but will fire the `perform` hooks if you are using `inline` mode.
+Important! `Resque#enqueue_at/enqueue_in` does not fire the after enqueue hook (the job has not been queued yet!), but will fire the `perform` hooks if you are using `inline` mode.
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