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Anton Shestakov <engored@ya.ru>, Sun, 12 Jan 2014 00:02:28 +0900
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--- a/qmonitor/README.md Sat Jan 11 23:57:14 2014 +0900
+++ b/qmonitor/README.md Sun Jan 12 00:02:28 2014 +0900
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-One of the new features in SQLAlchemy 0.9 is event removal API. Basically, if
+One of the new features in [SQLAlchemy] 0.9 is event removal API. Basically, if
you've added an event listener, this change makes you able to remove it.
Although, to be honest, I suspect there was a way to remove event listeners
before 0.9, but it was probably complicated or undocumented.
@@ -72,6 +72,9 @@
Such context manager can help checking performace (at least just count number
of DB queries) and assist in making the "managed" block of code as fast as
possible. I also found it to be really easy to use in integration tests for
-Tornado without any need to modify actual handlers or monkey-patching anything.
-(It's easier to try yourself, but in case you're wondering it simply works by
-wrapping `self.fetch(url)` in the context manager.)
+[Tornado] without any need to modify actual handlers or monkey-patching
+anything. (It's easier to try yourself, but in case you're wondering it simply
+works by wrapping `self.fetch(url)` in the context manager.)
+
+[SQLAlchemy]: http://www.sqlalchemy.org/
+[Tornado]: http://www.tornadoweb.org/