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Clarify requirements for application configuration with elixir >= 1.4 #317

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@skateinmars skateinmars commented Oct 14, 2018

Starting with elixir 1.4, there is no need to explicitly add dependencies to the applications list. I updated the readme to reflect this change.

I kept the instructions for users of elixir < 1.4, but I'm not sure how many people there are still using this version, so it may be be unneeded?

@skateinmars skateinmars changed the title Clarify requirements for application configuration with elixir > 1.4 Clarify requirements for application configuration with elixir >= 1.4 Oct 14, 2018
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Thanks!

@joshuawscott joshuawscott merged commit a745ca0 into kafkaex:master Oct 15, 2018
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