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Updated readme with ZF2 references

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+This is example code showing the theoretical implementation of an OAuth authentication
+adapter for Zend Framework. There are 2 separate implementations of this adapter.
+
+The first is for ZF 1.x releases. The other is for the impending ZF 2.0 release.
+
This code corresponds to the proposal for the Zend_Auth_Adapter_Twitter
component.
http://framework.zend.com/wiki/display/ZFPROP/Zend_Auth_Adapter_Twitter+-+Jason+Austin
-The example code was created using Zend Framework 1.11. Download this yourself
+The example code for ZF1 was created using Zend Framework 1.11. Download this yourself
and put the Zend/ folder in the library folder.
Also, you will need to rename /example/config.example.php to /example/config.php.
@@ -12,7 +17,7 @@ You will need to register your application with Twitter.com. To do so, go to
http://twitter.com/apps/ and "Register a new Application". You will get a
consumer key and secret, which you will need to put into the config.php file
you just created. Also, you will need to provide a callback URL. For this
-example, it is http://{whatever your URL is}/example/auth.php.
+example, it is http://{whatever your URL is}/zf[1 or 2]/example/auth.php.
For questions, contact Jason Austin at jfaustin at gmail dot com.
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