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String used as a message in documentation #43

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chris-martin commented Aug 13, 2014

Changed message from 'How are you?' to {'msg': 'How are you?'}.

Another place in the doc says "The message itself must always be a dict", so I'm assuming this was a mistake.

String used as a message in documentation
Changed message from 'How are you?' to {'msg': 'How are you?'}.

Another place in the doc says "The message itself must always be a
dict", so I'm assuming this was a mistake.

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Merge pull request #43 from chris-martin/documentation-ask-string
String used as a message in documentation

@jodal jodal merged commit ee2ef72 into jodal:develop Aug 13, 2014

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jodal commented Aug 13, 2014

Thanks!

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