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-# Screttler 2.0
+# Screttler 2.1
**Screttler is a password generator that uses nonsense words to generate secure passwords.** Screttler is written in [Go](http://golang.org).
-This is version **2.0** of Screttler. Version 2.0 is a major code cleanup and is fully compatible with Go 1.0.
+This is version **2.1** of Screttler. Version 2.1 is a minor update that adds a unit test and a benchmark to the distribution.
## Rationale
@@ -14,7 +14,13 @@ Screttler generates passwords that are a mix of nonsense words, symbols and numb
First, install the Go toolchain by following the [Getting Started](http://golang.org/doc/install "Getting Started - The Go Programming Languages") instructions on Go's web site.
-Next, clone the repository into your Go `src` directory. Then, run
+Next, clone the repository into your Go `src` directory. There is a very convenient way to do this using `go get`:
+
+ go get github.com/jrothwell/screttler
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+If you prefer, you can clone the repository into your `$GOPATH/src` directory as normal.
+
+Then, run
go install screttler/gentler
go install screttler/screttle
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2  screttle/screttle.go
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"screttler/gentler"
)
-const version = "2.0" // the version number, for our own convenience
+const version = "2.1" // the version number, for our own convenience
func main() {
// Check we have a valid length argument

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