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Add code formatting to commands in the README

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@@ -5,11 +5,11 @@ mess is a console file-sharing tool, which allows you to easily send links to a
It requires ssh connection to a publicly visible web server.
-Here is an example. I want to show a picture to a friend, let's say me-in-pijamas.jpg. I run:
+Here is an example. I want to show a picture to a friend, let's say `me-in-pijamas.jpg`. I run:
-$ mess me-in-pijamas.jpg
-Shared files:
-http://nikolay.bg/mess/me-in-pijamas.jpg (copied in clipboard)
+ $ mess me-in-pijamas.jpg
+ Shared files:
+ http://nikolay.bg/mess/me-in-pijamas.jpg (copied in clipboard)
I have configured mess to copy the files to the mess directory to my hosting,
so that the file is publicy visible.
@@ -19,16 +19,16 @@ In Mac OS X, it also copies the first URL to the clipboard, so that sharing is o
Installation
============
-After you have checked out the repository ( git clone http://github.com/nb/mess.git ) run:
+After you have checked out the repository, run:
-$ python setup.py install
+ $ python setup.py install
or if you want it install in a different prefix:
-$ python setup.py install --prefix=$HOME
+ $ python setup.py install --prefix=$HOME
Configuration
=============
-The default configuration file is in $HOME/.mess. There you can specify the connection details and the URL for you files.
+The default configuration file is in `$HOME/.mess`. There you can specify the connection details and the URL for you files.

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