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Fix broken link from README #32

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@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ The library is also fully TomDoc'd, completing the circle of life.
The documenting syntax and ruby library are intended to generate styleguides automatically. To do this, you'll need to leverage a small javascript library that generates class styles for pseudo-class styles (`:hover`, `:disabled`, etc).
* [kss.coffee](https://github.com/kneath/kss/blob/master/lib/kss.coffee)
-* [kss.js](https://github.com/kneath/kss/blob/master/lib/kss.js) (compiled js)
+* [kss.js](https://github.com/kneath/kss/blob/master/example/public/javascripts/kss.js) (compiled js)
For an example of how to generate a styleguide, check out the [`example`](https://github.com/kneath/kss/tree/master/example) sinatra application.
@@ -75,4 +75,4 @@ To hack on KSS, you'll need to install dependencies with `bundle install`. Run t
To make your life easier, I suggest `bundle install --binstubs` and adding `bin/` to your `$PATH`. If you don't understand this, just blindly add `bundle exec` in front of everything you'd normally do, like `bundle exec rake`.
-I apologize on behalf of the Ruby community for this, it's embarrassing and disappointing that dependency management is still so clumsy.
+I apologize on behalf of the Ruby community for this, it's embarrassing and disappointing that dependency management is still so clumsy.