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more readme fixes

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@@ -98,14 +98,9 @@ Here's the plan as its currently in my head:
output. We're into it. Anyways ensuring all the files under
examples/ work is always a good-thing(tm).
-- Investigate if we pypy has a Python parser in Python,
-if so, we could use that once we compile python programs
-to teplace the sexp-script.
-
- Im in search of a nice Python parser that can be implemented
- in Ruby or used as a c-extension. Right now, we use a simple
- Python script that outputs a program AST using Ruby literals
- then feed that to the Typhon compiler to produce Rubinius asm
+- Investigate if the pypy project has a Python parser in Python,
+ if so, we could use that once we compile python programs
+ to replace the bin/pyparse.py script.
- Bootstrap. write the Typhon compiler in Python.
@@ -129,12 +124,13 @@ accepted you get commit bit.
Set your editor to use soft-tabs at two spaces for ruby code, no
hard-tabs for python code.
Configure your editor to automatically remove trailing whitespace and
-keep an empty new-line at the end of file.
+be sure to leave an empty new-line at the end of file.
Try keep source code as readable as possible, that is, use proper
-indentation, spaces between method definitions, skip parens in ruby
-where it makes sense (most if expressions), add source comments and TODO
-tags if needed.
+indentation, an empty new-line between method definitions, skip parens in ruby
+where it makes sense (most if expressions), add source comments with
+links to python design/algorithm documents if applicable, add
+TODO/FIXME tags if needed.
## Logo
@@ -153,7 +149,7 @@ skills, we would like to hear from you.
## About Typhon
- The name was chosen as a funny anagram of Python.
+ The name was chosen as an anagram of Python.
In greek mithology, [Typhon](http://felc.gdufs.edu.cn/jth/myth/Greek%20Online/Typhon.htm) is one of the largest and most fearsome of all creatures.
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