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[elpa] master 46f0986 105/271: Update readme.

From: Jackson Ray Hamilton
Subject: [elpa] master 46f0986 105/271: Update readme.
Date: Thu, 05 Feb 2015 18:30:17 +0000

branch: master
commit 46f09867a41d7d8490066adda9a96d3258d2586e
Author: Jackson Ray Hamilton <address@hidden>
Commit: Jackson Ray Hamilton <address@hidden>

    Update readme.
 README.md |    9 +++++----
 1 files changed, 5 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
index 4ad0eb2..c52ef1f 100644
--- a/README.md
+++ b/README.md
@@ -16,15 +16,16 @@ Highlights JavaScript code according to function context.
 JavaScript programmers often leverage closures to bind nearby data to
 functions. Lexical scope information at-a-glance can assist a programmer in
 understanding the overall structure of a program. It can also help curb nasty
-bugs, like implicit globals and name shadowing. A rainbow can indicate 
+bugs like implicit globals and name shadowing. A rainbow can indicate excessive
 complexity. A spot of contrast followed by an assignment expression could be a
 side-effect... or, a specially-constructed object's private state could be
 undergoing change.
 This coloring scheme is probably more useful than conventional JavaScript
 *syntax* highlighting. Highlighting keywords can help one to detect spelling
-errors, or alert one to unclosed string literals; but so can a [linter][], 
-can also be integrated into your workflow via [flycheck][].
+errors, and highlighting the content between quotation marks can alert one to
+unclosed string literals. But a [linter][] can also spot these errors, along
+with many others, and can be [seemlessly integrated][] via flycheck.
 ## Features
@@ -58,6 +59,6 @@ In your `~/.emacs` file:
 [linter]: https://github.com/jacksonrayhamilton/jslinted
-[flycheck]: https://github.com/flycheck/flycheck
+[seemlessly integrated]: 
 [node]: http://nodejs.org/download/
 [load path]: 

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