rebecca - Rebecca is a readme generator for Go

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Rebecca is a readme generator.Managing the GitHub readme for your Go project can be a drag. When creating jennifer I found examples copied into the markdown would get out of date, and documentation was duplicated. I created rebecca to solve this: see README.md.tpl in the jennifer repo for a real world example.

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