1. Tim Tomes
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Tim Tomes  committed 39d7e56

updated the documentation for the get_source convenience method.

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 * Clone the Recon-ng repository to your local system with {{{git clone https://LaNMaSteR53@bitbucket.org/LaNMaSteR53/recon-ng.git}}}. Change into the Recon-ng directory {{{cd recon-ng}}} and launch with {{{./recon-ng.py}}}.
 * There is no guaranteed that the included 3rd party libraries will work on all systems and architectures. If load errors are encountered, try downloading, compiling, and replacing the library which is raising exceptions. There is no need to install 3rd party libraries to the system. The required 3rd party libraries are located in the "libs" folder and have been tested on OS X Mountain Lion 64bit, Ubuntu Linux 64bit, and BackTrack5 R3 x86. Below is a list of the included 3rd party libraries.
-** PyCrypto - https://www.dlitz.net/software/pycrypto/
 ** dnspython - http://www.dnspython.org/
 ** httplib2 - http://code.google.com/p/httplib2/
 ** python-oauth2 - https://github.com/synedra/python-oauth2
 Most Recon-ng modules will require input of some sort. In most cases, that input will be in the form of data from the database, a file containing a list of items, or a single instance of the expected input (email address, hostname, etc.). Recon-ng provides developers with an easy way to gather the input from these various sources.
 * Gather module input from the requested source and return a list of items.
-** //source// is the source of the input.
+** //source// is the source of the input (database, ./path/to/file, string).
 ** //table// (optional unless database is the source) is the table of data when the source is the database.
 ** //column// (optional unless database is the source) is the column of data when the source is the database.
-self.get_source('<database|./path/to/file|string>'[, table=None][, column=None])
+self.get_source('<string>'[, table=None][, column=None])
 === Web Request Method