3dd339332d92 — Oben Sonne 9 years ago
readme formatting fixes
1 files changed, 6 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

M README.rst
M README.rst +6 -6
@@ 77,9 77,9 @@ Create a new user::
     >>> print('%s has ID %s' % (user.name, user.user_id))
     Brian has ID 3
 
-The `get` and `new` functions on relations return active-record-like objects.
-That's the most ORM-like behavior of Deeno. For all other stuff Deeno provides
-merely convenience functions for performing SQL queries::
+The ``get`` and ``new`` functions on relations return active-record-like
+objects. That's the most ORM-like behavior of Deeno. For all other stuff Deeno
+provides merely convenience functions for performing SQL queries::
 
     >>> users = db.r.user.select('name', where={'active': True}, limit=10)
     >>> for user in users:

          
@@ 100,9 100,9 @@ This is equivalent::
 
     >>> users = db.fetchall("SELECT * FROM user WHERE active AND age > ? LIMIT ?", [40, 10])
 
-The `select` and `fetchall` functions do not return active records but named
-tuples. IMHO active records do not fit well when working with multiple rows
-from a relation.
+The ``select`` and ``fetchall`` functions do not return active records but
+named tuples. IMHO active records do not fit well when working with multiple
+rows from a relation.
 
 Joins are written like that::