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* readme.textile: added props

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@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ And "mixin" in this functionality easily:
<pre>
var Foo = _.Class({
includes: [Events],
- intialize: function () {
+ initialize: function () {
...
}
});
@@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ Rubyists will find this familiar.
h2. Messaging
-Selectors are pretty useful, especially at cutting down the amount of typing. All methods of a Class are added as helper functins to an object <code>_sel</code> so you use them with Underscore's excellent interfaces to the JavaScript collections.
+Selectors are pretty useful, especially at cutting down the amount of typing. All methods of a Class are added as helper functins to an object <code>_sel</code> so you can use them with Underscore's excellent interfaces to the JavaScript collections.
<pre>
var Foo = _.Class({
@@ -102,3 +102,6 @@ h2. Caveats
Name clashes are always a concern between Class method names, Class instance vars, Module method names, and Module instance vars. Underoop can't solve these problems without adding a lot of incidental complexity for you and myself. However JavaScript private scope, lookup tables, and Underscore's excellent <code>_.unqiueId</code> can work wonders for your particular usecase ;)
+h2. Props
+
+The design of this library is drawn heavily from MooTools. If you work in an environment where you can control all of the JS I heartily recommend it. Otherwise jQuery + Underscore + Underoop will have to do.

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