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I keep using L<> instead of I<>

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@@ -435,7 +435,7 @@ optimized in even more environments.
The most straightforward way to implement server push is for your
application to return a IO::Handle-like object as a content body that
implements C<getline> to return pushed content. This is guaranteed to
-work everywhere, but it's more like L<pull> than L<push>, and it's
+work everywhere, but it's more like I<pull> than I<push>, and it's
hard to do non-blocking I/O unless you use Coro.
If you want to do server push, where your application runs in an event
@@ -515,7 +515,7 @@ object that supports C<getline>, so using L<IO::Handle::Util>
};
$c->res->body($io);
-And that works fine to do streaming, but it's blocking (L<pull>)
+And that works fine to do streaming, but it's blocking (I<pull>)
rather than server push, so you should be careful not to run this
application on non-blocking (and non-multiprocess) server
environments.

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