Remove obsolete transformer references form intl and intl_translation

Also an incorrect reference to initializeNumberFormatting
See https://github.com/dart-lang/intl/issues/178 https://github.com/dart-lang/intl/issues/179

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
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+++ b/README.md
@@ -92,22 +92,11 @@
               "the user presses a key");
       print(continueMessage());
 
-This provides, in addition to the basic message string, a name, a
-description for translators, the arguments used in the message, and
-examples. The `name` and `args` parameters are required, and must
-match the name (or ClassName_methodName) and arguments list of the
-function respectively. However, there is a transformer provided that
-will automatically insert those parameters for you. This transformer
-is in the [Intl_translation][Intl_translation] package.
-In pubspec.yaml, add a section like
-
-      dev_dependencies:
-        intl_translation: ^0.15.0
-      transformers:
-      - intl_translation:
-      $include: some_file.dart
-
-and then you can omit the name and args.
+This provides, in addition to the basic message string, a name, a description
+for translators, the arguments used in the message, and examples. The `name` and
+`args` parameters must match the name (or ClassName_methodName) and arguments
+list of the function respectively. For messages without parameters, both of
+these can be omitted.
 
 A function with an Intl.message call can be run in the program before any
 translation has been done, and will just return the message string. It can also
@@ -250,18 +239,6 @@
 that the scientific format does not really agree with scientific
 notation. Number parsing is not yet implemented.
 
-Note that before doing any number formatting for a particular locale
-you must load the appropriate data by calling
-
-      import 'package:intl/number_symbols_data_local.dart';
-      ...
-      initializeNumberFormatting(localeName, null).then(formatNumbers);
-
-Once the future returned from the initialization call returns, the
-formatting data is available. Note that right now this includes all
-the data for a locales. We expect to make this use deferred loading to
-reduce code size.
-
 ## Date Formatting and Parsing
 
 To format a [DateTime][DateTime], create a [DateFormat][DateFormat]