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Wrap env vars with underscores in backticks

This works around a possible misinterpretation of the underscores
(namely in vim syntax highlighting) by wrapping the complete
variable name into backticks.
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1 parent d0a6015 commit 903a8f96922a4f93de0ce0d9279883d282a5d272 @ndim committed Feb 6, 2011
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@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ If you want to install latest release instead of HEAD, use this one:
curl | sh
-If your `/usr/local` isn't writeable to your user, either set your AGNER_PREFIX variable
+If your `/usr/local` isn't writeable to your user, either set your `AGNER_PREFIX` variable
to point to some writeable location or use `sudo sh`.
@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ easy grepping to find relevant packages. It accepts the following flags:
* `-p` or `--properties`: A comma, separated list of properties to be
included in the listing (when present).
* `-s` or `--search`: The packages name, description and keyword are
-searched, matched against SEARCH_TERM. Only matching items are shown.
+searched, matched against `SEARCH_TERM`. Only matching items are shown.
A convenience command is:
@@ -154,7 +154,7 @@ Alias for `agner fetch --build PACKAGE`.
Alias for `agner fetch --build --install PACKAGE /tmp/<uniq_filename>`. A typical example would be `agner install rebar`
or `agner install rebar -v @agner` to get `rebar` binary in your PATH. It is assumed that `install_command`
-property will make use of AGNER_INSTALL_PREFIX OS environment variable.
+property will make use of `AGNER_INSTALL_PREFIX` OS environment variable.
#### Uninstalling

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