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b72a27bc073a46dffbf7c19bea4887f182b700f9 — Sebastian LaVine 1 year, 7 months ago 4a7f086
Use single backticks, not triple
1 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

M README.md
M README.md => README.md +4 -4
@@ 34,7 34,7 @@ A custom file name can be provided:
	https://tmp.example.com/tmp.html

The name cannot be more than 128 bytes long, and each character in the
name must match the regex ```/[a-zA-Z]_-\./```. Notice, **no spaces**. A
name must match the regex `/[a-zA-Z]_-\./`. Notice, **no spaces**. A
file ending will be appended if one is not provided.

By default, a file is given a randomly generated name. Characters in the


@@ 54,7 54,7 @@ instead:

	$ ... | ssh tmp@tmp.example.com -- -t 1w -n file.txt

The ```--``` is necessary to prevent ```ssh``` from parsing the ```-t```
The `--` is necessary to prevent `ssh` from parsing the `-t`
as its own. This syntax is a bit too long for my liking, but I may
consider instead persuing something like



@@ 62,9 62,9 @@ consider instead persuing something like
	$ ... | ssh tmp@tmp.example.com n=recording.mp4 foo=baz bar

Options and arguments are exposed to the program server-side through the
```SSH_ORIGINAL_COMMAND``` environment variable. Spaces within arguments
`SSH_ORIGINAL_COMMAND` environment variable. Spaces within arguments
cannot be differentiated from the separation of arguments, so spaces
cannot be included in any command line input to ```tmp```.
cannot be included in any command line input to `tmp`.

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