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fix: fixed typo in the setup dev guide #363

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bkeyvani commented May 14, 2018

In section: 1.1.2. Getting the Source Code

Need to say 'cpython.git' instead of 'devguide.git'

fix: fixed typo in the setup dev guide
need to say 'cpython.git' instead of 'devguide.git'
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Mariatta commented May 14, 2018

Thanks @bkeyvani and congrats on your first contribution to the devguide 🌮

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bkeyvani commented May 14, 2018

Awesome 🤘Thanks @Mariatta and the rest of the core team for helping me get started 🙂

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