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Fixing readme typos

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jeremeamia committed Feb 4, 2011
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@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ used to represent what a user *is*, and capabilities are used to represent what
a user is allowed to *do*. Capabilities will most likely correspond to an
action on a controller. For example, you might guard the **delete** action on
the **article** controller by enforcing the rule that the current user must have
-a capability called "delete-article" (or something similar).
+a capability called "delete_article" (or something similar).
ACL rules are defined in such a way that they have a specific scope, and this
scope can cascade onto less specific rules. This cascading system allows multiple
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ and relationships.
application, be sure to extend Model_ACL_Role, Model_ACL_Capability and
Model_ACL_User classes, respectively.
4. You need to write an ACL rules file for your application.
-5. The boostrap file needs to be edited.
- 1. The boostrap file should `require` the ACL rules file.
+5. The bootstrap file needs to be edited.
+ 1. The bootstrap file should `require` the ACL rules file.
2. The bootstrap needs to run the `ACL::instance()->authorize();` sometime
after the rules file is included and before request is executed.

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