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Minor updates to README.rst #2

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Zearin commented Nov 3, 2012

  • markup inline literals (double-backtick) where appropriate
  • tweaked text for phrasing, clarity
  • made “How does it work?” its own section, and formatted as bullet list to make it easy to scan and understand

After all, Pythonistas used to version 2 are not expecting super() to be simple; they’ll probably want to know what black magic made this possible. ☺

However: I, for one, am super() excited to see this backport. I have no negative feelings about its “hacky” nature. I think it’s a totally appropriate trade for devs wanting to read and write code that is more intuitive. Can’t wait to try it out! :)

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Minor updates to README.rst
* markup inline literals (double-backtick) where appropriate
* tweaked text for phrasing, clarity
* made “How does it work?” its own section, and formatted as bullet list to make it easy to scan and understand

rfk added a commit that referenced this pull request Nov 6, 2012

Merge pull request #2 from Zearin/patch-1
Minor updates to README.rst

@rfk rfk merged commit b58376d into rfk:master Nov 6, 2012

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