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readme: Go's `glob` implementation does not support double asterisk syntax.

Adam Klvač 3 years ago
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@@ -10,11 +10,11 @@ You can simply place the binary in your demos folder and run it, which is the sa
 etdd -i *.dm_84 -o etdd.log
 ```
 
-In other words, decoder will find all demos in current folder (recursively) and writes data into `etdd.log`. Color codes are stripped by default to enhance readability.
+In other words, decoder will find all demos in current folder and writes data into `etdd.log`. Color codes are stripped by default to enhance readability.
 
 ### Options
 
-- `-i <pattern>` - supply *glob* compatible pattern (asterisk matches everything but slash, two asterisks match the slash as well),
+- `-i <pattern>` - supply *glob* compatible pattern (asterisk matches everything but directory separator),
 - `-o <output>` - output filename, alternatively you can pass just `--`, which means a standard output,
 - `-c` - use this flag to disable color stripping.