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Stefan Scherfke committed 58828c3

Fixed broken link.

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 <tt class="docutils literal">time.sleep(x)</tt> calls, because <em>recv</em> will instantly raise an error if there
 is nothing to be received.</p>
 <p>My solution for this was to wrap PyZMQ sockets and add a timeout to its <em>send</em>
-and <em>recv</em> methods. The following wrapper will try to receive something for
-one second and raise an exception if that failed. There’s also <a class="reference external" href="https://bitbucket.org/ssc/pyzmq-article/src/tip/test/support.py#cl-27">a simple
-wrapper</a> for methods like <em>connect</em> or <em>bind</em>,
-but it’s really not that interesting, so I’ll omit it here.</p>
+and <em>recv</em> methods. The following wrapper will try to receive something for one
+second and raise an exception if that failed. There’s also <a class="reference external" href="https://bitbucket.org/ssc/pyzmq-article/src/tip/example_app/test/support.py#cl-27">a simple wrapper</a>
+for methods like <em>connect</em> or <em>bind</em>, but it’s really not that interesting, so
+I’ll omit it here.</p>
 <div class="highlight"><pre><span class="c"># test/support.py</span>
 
 <span class="k">def</span> <span class="nf">get_wrapped_fwd</span><span class="p">(</span><span class="n">func</span><span class="p">):</span>
 is nothing to be received.
 
 My solution for this was to wrap PyZMQ sockets and add a timeout to its *send*
-and *recv* methods. The following wrapper will try to receive something for
-one second and raise an exception if that failed. There’s also `a simple
-wrapper <https://bitbucket.org/ssc/pyzmq-
-article/src/tip/test/support.py#cl-27>`_ for methods like *connect* or *bind*,
-but it’s really not that interesting, so I’ll omit it here.
+and *recv* methods. The following wrapper will try to receive something for one
+second and raise an exception if that failed. There’s also `a simple wrapper
+<https://bitbucket.org/ssc/pyzmq-article/src/tip/example_app/test/support.py#cl-27>`_
+for methods like *connect* or *bind*, but it’s really not that interesting, so
+I’ll omit it here.
 
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