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Generate valid README.md #455

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tudorconstantin commented Mar 20, 2015

I signep up for the Perl Pull-Request challenge and perlbrew is the module I got for March.
The biggest improvement I could think of is the documentation format, because:

  • github favors Markdown for documentation
  • an HTML README is much easier to read than the text version
  • with every fork the project gets, more backlinks to important perl stuff like perlbrew, metacpan are created
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Coverage remained the same at 82.48% when pulling 535fc6d on tudorconstantin:generate_valid_README_md into 1495d17 on gugod:develop.

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Coverage remained the same at 82.48% when pulling 535fc6d on tudorconstantin:generate_valid_README_md into 1495d17 on gugod:develop.

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Coverage increased (+0.08%) to 82.56% when pulling 535fc6d on tudorconstantin:generate_valid_README_md into 1495d17 on gugod:develop.

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Coverage Status

Coverage increased (+0.08%) to 82.56% when pulling 535fc6d on tudorconstantin:generate_valid_README_md into 1495d17 on gugod:develop.

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@gugod gugod merged commit 80f1fac into gugod:develop Apr 20, 2015

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