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@@ -177,31 +177,30 @@ profile is doing.
`rbenv init` is the only command that crosses the line of loading
extra commands into your shell. Coming from rvm, some of you might be
-opposed to this idea.
-
-Heres what `rbenv init` actually does:
+opposed to this idea. Here's what `rbenv init` actually does:
1. Sets up your shims path. This is the only requirement for rbenv to
- functional properly. You can do this by hand by prepending
+ function properly. You can do this by hand by prepending
`~/.rbenv/shims` to your `$PATH`.
2. Installs autocompletion. This is entirely optional but pretty
useful. Sourcing `~/.rbenv/completions/rbenv.bash` will set that
up. There is also a `~/.rbenv/completions/rbenv.zsh` for Zsh
users.
-3. Initial rehash. From time to time you'll need to rebuild you're
+3. Rehashes shims. From time to time you'll need to rebuild your
shim files. Doing this on init makes sure everything is up to
- date. `rbenv rehash` can always be ran manually.
+ date. You can always run `rbenv rehash` manually.
-4. Install sh dispatcher. This bit is also optional but allows rbenv
- and plugins to change variables in your current shell. This makes
- commands like `rbenv shell` possible. This doesn't do anything
- crazy like override `cd` or hack your shell prompt. But for some
- reason you may need `rbenv` to be a real script rather than a shell
- function.
+4. Installs the sh dispatcher. This bit is also optional, but allows
+ rbenv and plugins to change variables in your current shell, making
+ commands like `rbenv shell` possible. The sh dispatcher doesn't do
+ anything crazy like override `cd` or hack your shell prompt, but if
+ for some reason you need `rbenv` to be a real script rather than a
+ shell function, you can safely skip it.
-Run `rbenv init -` for yourself to see exactly whats its doing.
+Run `rbenv init -` for yourself to see exactly what happens under the
+hood.
## <a name="section_3"></a> 3 Usage
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@@ -158,31 +158,30 @@ profile is doing.
`rbenv init` is the only command that crosses the line of loading
extra commands into your shell. Coming from rvm, some of you might be
-opposed to this idea.
-
-Heres what `rbenv init` actually does:
+opposed to this idea. Here's what `rbenv init` actually does:
1. Sets up your shims path. This is the only requirement for rbenv to
- functional properly. You can do this by hand by prepending
+ function properly. You can do this by hand by prepending
`~/.rbenv/shims` to your `$PATH`.
2. Installs autocompletion. This is entirely optional but pretty
useful. Sourcing `~/.rbenv/completions/rbenv.bash` will set that
up. There is also a `~/.rbenv/completions/rbenv.zsh` for Zsh
users.
-3. Initial rehash. From time to time you'll need to rebuild you're
+3. Rehashes shims. From time to time you'll need to rebuild your
shim files. Doing this on init makes sure everything is up to
- date. `rbenv rehash` can always be ran manually.
+ date. You can always run `rbenv rehash` manually.
-4. Install sh dispatcher. This bit is also optional but allows rbenv
- and plugins to change variables in your current shell. This makes
- commands like `rbenv shell` possible. This doesn't do anything
- crazy like override `cd` or hack your shell prompt. But for some
- reason you may need `rbenv` to be a real script rather than a shell
- function.
+4. Installs the sh dispatcher. This bit is also optional, but allows
+ rbenv and plugins to change variables in your current shell, making
+ commands like `rbenv shell` possible. The sh dispatcher doesn't do
+ anything crazy like override `cd` or hack your shell prompt, but if
+ for some reason you need `rbenv` to be a real script rather than a
+ shell function, you can safely skip it.
-Run `rbenv init -` for yourself to see exactly whats its doing.
+Run `rbenv init -` for yourself to see exactly what happens under the
+hood.
## Usage ##

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