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Update docs about needing Redis to start Hubot #788

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kevinsimper commented Oct 11, 2014

Pull request as a solution to #785

@@ -27,6 +27,8 @@ You now have your own functional hubot! There's a `bin/hubot`
command for convenience, to handle installing npm dependencies, loading scripts,
and then launching your hubot.

_Remember:_ Hubot requires Redis to persist data, so before you can start hubot on your own computer, you have to have Redis installed on your localhost. If just want to test Hubot with Redis, remove `redis-brain.coffee` from `hubot-scripts.json`.

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I'm not sure 'Remember' is the right language to use here. This is the introductory README, so it should explain that hubot persists data, defaulting to redis.

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kevinsimper commented Oct 13, 2014

I update the text to be more informative :) Was it like this you thought?

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Merge pull request #788 from kevinsimper/master
Update docs about needing Redis to start Hubot

@technicalpickles technicalpickles merged commit 2838f5c into hubotio:master Feb 13, 2015

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