Commit 5a5fa834 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert
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Duplicate-word and spelling fixes.

parent 09044622
......@@ -789,7 +789,7 @@ DIARY OF CHANGES
frame's kboard from there.)
-- Fix rif issue with X-tty combo sessions. IMHO the best thing to do
is to get rid of that global variable (and use the value value in
is to get rid of that global variable (and use the value in
display_method, which is guaranteed to be correct).
(Done, did exactly that. Core dumps during combo sessions became
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......@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ COPY='cp -f'
REMOVE='rm -r'
MKDIR='mkdir -p'
# Used to execute commands once once we create them
# Used to execute commands once we create them
EXEC='sh'
NAWK=/usr/bin/nawk
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......@@ -356,7 +356,7 @@ Show the list of options.
In Text mode and related modes, @kbd{M-@key{TAB}}
(@code{ispell-complete-word}) performs in-buffer completion based on
spelling correction. Insert the beginning of a word, and then type
@kbd{M-@key{TAB}}; this shows shows a list of completions. (If your
@kbd{M-@key{TAB}}; this shows a list of completions. (If your
window manager intercepts @kbd{M-@key{TAB}}, type @kbd{@key{ESC}
@key{TAB}} or @kbd{C-M-i}.) Each completion is listed with a digit or
character; type that digit or character to choose it.
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......@@ -7342,7 +7342,7 @@ If you are using the Big Brothers Database to store your contacts, you will
very likely prefer to store anniversaries in BBDB rather than in a
separate Org or diary file. Org supports this and will show BBDB
anniversaries as part of the agenda. All you need to do is to add the
following to one your your agenda files:
following to one of your agenda files:
 
@example
* Anniversaries
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......@@ -7131,7 +7131,7 @@
2011-05-23 Kevin Ryde <user42@zip.com.au>
* emacs-lisp/advice.el (ad-read-advised-function):
Use `function-called-at-point' as the default default, if it has
Use `function-called-at-point' as the default, if it has
advice and passes PREDICATE.
2011-05-23 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
......@@ -7957,7 +7957,7 @@
* net/gnutls.el (gnutls-negotiate): Add hostname, verify-flags,
verify-error, and verify-hostname-error parameters. Check whether
default trustfile exists before going to use it. Add missing
argument to gnutls-message-maybe call. Return return value.
argument to gnutls-message-maybe call. Return value.
Reported by Claudio Bley <claudio.bley@gmail.com>.
(open-gnutls-stream): Add usage example.
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......@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@
(defvar semantic-decoratiton-mouse-3 (if (featurep 'xemacs) [ button3 ] [ mouse-3 ])
"The keybinding lisp object to use for binding the right mouse button.")
;;; Includes that that are in a happy state!
;;; Includes that are in a happy state!
;;
(defface semantic-decoration-on-includes
nil
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......@@ -451,7 +451,7 @@ Also load the specified macro libraries."
',(semantic-grammar-keyword-properties keywords))))
(define-overloadable-function semantic-grammar-keywordtable-builder ()
"Return the keyword table table value.")
"Return the keyword table value.")
;;; Token table builder
;;
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......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@
(define-overload srecode-calculate-context ()
"Calculate the context at the current point.
The returned context is a list, with the top-most context first.
Each returned context is a string that that would show up in a `context'
Each returned context is a string that would show up in a `context'
statement in an `.srt' file.
Some useful context values used by the provided srecode templates are:
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......@@ -1574,7 +1574,7 @@ If FOR-EFFECT is non-nil, the return value is assumed to be of no importance."
;; stack-set-X+1 stack-ref-X --> dup stack-set-X+2
;; but this is a very minor gain, since dup is stack-ref-0,
;; i.e. it's only better if X>5, and even then it comes
;; at the cost cost of an extra stack slot. Let's not bother.
;; at the cost of an extra stack slot. Let's not bother.
((and (eq 'byte-varref (car lap2))
(eq (cdr lap1) (cdr lap2))
(memq (car lap1) '(byte-varset byte-varbind)))
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......@@ -1943,7 +1943,7 @@ from the comment."
A code fragment is identified by an open parenthesis followed by a
symbol which is a valid function or a word in all CAPS, or a parenthesis
that is quoted with the ' character. Only the region from START to LIMIT
is is allowed while searching for the bounding parenthesis."
is allowed while searching for the bounding parenthesis."
(save-match-data
(save-restriction
(narrow-to-region start limit)
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......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
;;
;; With the following setup, the keypad can be used for numeric data
;; entry when NumLock is off, and to give numeric prefix arguments to
;; emacs commands, when NumLock on on.
;; emacs commands, when NumLock is on.
;;
;; keypad-setup => Plain Numeric Keypad
;; keypad-numlock-setup => Prefix numeric args
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......@@ -861,7 +861,7 @@ which *doesn't* clash with CLASS is returned.\n
\(A specification with a class of t is considered to match any class you
specify - this matches Emacs' behavior when deciding on which face attributes
to use, to the best of my understanding).\n
If CLASS is nil, then you just get get whatever `face-attr-construct' returns,
If CLASS is nil, then you just get whatever `face-attr-construct' returns,
ie the current specification in effect for FACE.\n
*NOTE*: This function forces any face that is not 'default and which has
no :inherit property to inherit from 'default (this is because 'default
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......@@ -394,7 +394,7 @@ by translating things like \"foo!bar!baz@host\" into \"baz@bar.UUCP\"."
;; Matches ham radio call signs.
;; Help from: Mat Maessen N2NJZ <maessm@rpi.edu>, Mark Feit
;; <mark@era.com>, Michael Covington <mcovingt@ai.uga.edu>.
;; Examples: DX504 DX515 K5MRU K8DHK KA9WGN KA9WGN KD3FU KD6EUI KD6HBW
;; Examples: DX504 DX515 K5MRU K8DHK KA9WGN KD3FU KD6EUI KD6HBW
;; KE9TV KF0NV N1API N3FU N3GZE N3IGS N4KCC N7IKQ N9HHU W4YHF W6ANK WA2SUH
;; WB7VZI N2NJZ NR3G KJ4KK AB4UM AL7NI KH6OH WN3KBT N4TMI W1A N0NZO
(defconst mail-extr-ham-call-sign-pattern
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......@@ -2898,7 +2898,7 @@
2003-06-01 Peter S Galbraith <psg@debian.org>
* mh-comp.el (mh-modify-header-field): Bug fix. Calling with with
* mh-comp.el (mh-modify-header-field): Bug fix. Calling with
a value that was already inserted causes it to get inserted a
second time. I have wrapped the value around \b word delimiters.
Hope there are no side effects for other code.
......@@ -9952,7 +9952,7 @@
* mh-mime.el (compilation): Code rearrangement to remove compiler
warnings.
(mh-defun-compat): New macro to define to useful functions that
aren't present present in old Gnus.
aren't present in old Gnus.
(mh-destroy-postponed-handles): New function to cleanup handles
that are associated with external viewers.
(mh-handle-set-external-undisplayer): New function to replace
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......@@ -463,7 +463,7 @@ Returns non-nil if it is a valid table."
;; Subroutine of visit-tags-table-buffer. Search the current tags tables
;; for one that has tags for THIS-FILE (or that includes a table that
;; does). Return the name of the first table table listing THIS-FILE; if
;; does). Return the name of the first table listing THIS-FILE; if
;; the table is one included by another table, it is the master table that
;; we return. If CORE-ONLY is non-nil, check only tags tables that are
;; already in buffers--don't visit any new files.
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......@@ -604,7 +604,7 @@ we return a list having a nil as its car and the end of comment position
as cdr."
(save-excursion
;; the idea is to look backwards for a comment start regexp, do a
;; forward comment, and see if we are inside, then extend extend
;; forward comment, and see if we are inside, then extend
;; forward and backward as long as we have comments
(let ((q (point)))
(when (or (looking-at hs-c-start-regexp)
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......@@ -227,7 +227,7 @@ window, but is useful for stepping, etc."
"Obsolete variable. See `idlwave-shell-debug-modifiers'.")
(defcustom idlwave-shell-use-truename nil
"*Non-nil means, use use `file-truename' when looking for buffers.
"*Non-nil means, use `file-truename' when looking for buffers.
If this variable is non-nil, Emacs will use the function `file-truename' to
resolve symbolic links in the file paths printed by e.g., STOP commands.
This means, unvisited files will be loaded under their truename.
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......@@ -145,43 +145,43 @@ zeros to make a word."
(LD1 loading "load I1" 9 field
"Put in rI1 the contents of cell no. M.
Uses a + when there is no sign in subfield. Subfield is left padded with
zeros to make a word. Index registers only have 2 bytes and a sign, Trying
to set anything more that that will result in undefined behavior."
zeros to make a word. Index registers only have 2 bytes and a sign; trying
to set anything more than that will result in undefined behavior."
2)
(LD2 loading "load I2" 10 field
"Put in rI2 the contents of cell no. M.
Uses a + when there is no sign in subfield. Subfield is left padded with
zeros to make a word. Index registers only have 2 bytes and a sign, Trying
to set anything more that that will result in undefined behavior."
zeros to make a word. Index registers only have 2 bytes and a sign; trying
to set anything more than that will result in undefined behavior."
2)
(LD3 loading "load I3" 11 field
"Put in rI3 the contents of cell no. M.
Uses a + when there is no sign in subfield. Subfield is left padded with
zeros to make a word. Index registers only have 2 bytes and a sign, Trying
to set anything more that that will result in undefined behavior."
zeros to make a word. Index registers only have 2 bytes and a sign; trying
to set anything more than that will result in undefined behavior."
2)
(LD4 loading "load I4" 12 field
"Put in rI4 the contents of cell no. M.
Uses a + when there is no sign in subfield. Subfield is left padded with
zeros to make a word. Index registers only have 2 bytes and a sign, Trying
to set anything more that that will result in undefined behavior."
zeros to make a word. Index registers only have 2 bytes and a sign; trying
to set anything more than that will result in undefined behavior."
2)
(LD5 loading "load I5" 13 field
"Put in rI5 the contents of cell no. M.
Uses a + when there is no sign in subfield. Subfield is left padded with
zeros to make a word. Index registers only have 2 bytes and a sign, Trying
to set anything more that that will result in undefined behavior."
zeros to make a word. Index registers only have 2 bytes and a sign; trying
to set anything more than that will result in undefined behavior."
2)
(LD6 loading "load I6" 14 field
"Put in rI6 the contents of cell no. M.
Uses a + when there is no sign in subfield. Subfield is left padded with
zeros to make a word. Index registers only have 2 bytes and a sign, Trying
to set anything more that that will result in undefined behavior."
zeros to make a word. Index registers only have 2 bytes and a sign; trying
to set anything more than that will result in undefined behavior."
2)
(LDAN loading "load A negative" 16 field
......@@ -200,7 +200,7 @@ Subfield is left padded with zeros to make a word."
"Put in rI1 the contents of cell no. M, with opposite sign.
Uses a + when there is no sign in subfield, otherwise use the opposite sign.
Subfield is left padded with zeros to make a word. Index registers only
have 2 bytes and a sign, Trying to set anything more that that will result
have 2 bytes and a sign; trying to set anything more than that will result
in undefined behavior."
2)
......@@ -208,7 +208,7 @@ in undefined behavior."
"Put in rI2 the contents of cell no. M, with opposite sign.
Uses a + when there is no sign in subfield, otherwise use the opposite sign.
Subfield is left padded with zeros to make a word. Index registers only
have 2 bytes and a sign, Trying to set anything more that that will result
have 2 bytes and a sign; trying to set anything more than that will result
in undefined behavior."
2)
......@@ -216,7 +216,7 @@ in undefined behavior."
"Put in rI3 the contents of cell no. M, with opposite sign.
Uses a + when there is no sign in subfield, otherwise use the opposite sign.
Subfield is left padded with zeros to make a word. Index registers only
have 2 bytes and a sign, Trying to set anything more that that will result
have 2 bytes and a sign; trying to set anything more than that will result
in undefined behavior."
2)
......@@ -224,7 +224,7 @@ in undefined behavior."
"Put in rI4 the contents of cell no. M, with opposite sign.
Uses a + when there is no sign in subfield, otherwise use the opposite sign.
Subfield is left padded with zeros to make a word. Index registers only
have 2 bytes and a sign, Trying to set anything more that that will result
have 2 bytes and a sign; trying to set anything more than that will result
in undefined behavior."
2)
......@@ -232,7 +232,7 @@ in undefined behavior."
"Put in rI5 the contents of cell no. M, with opposite sign.
Uses a + when there is no sign in subfield, otherwise use the opposite sign.
Subfield is left padded with zeros to make a word. Index registers only
have 2 bytes and a sign, Trying to set anything more that that will result
have 2 bytes and a sign; trying to set anything more than that will result
in undefined behavior."
2)
......@@ -240,7 +240,7 @@ in undefined behavior."
"Put in rI6 the contents of cell no. M, with opposite sign.
Uses a + when there is no sign in subfield, otherwise use the opposite sign.
Subfield is left padded with zeros to make a word. Index registers only
have 2 bytes and a sign, Trying to set anything more that that will result
have 2 bytes and a sign; trying to set anything more than that will result
in undefined behavior."
2)
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......@@ -572,7 +572,7 @@ bidi_cache_find (EMACS_INT charpos, int level, struct bidi_it *bidi_it)
bidi_copy_it (bidi_it, &bidi_cache[i]);
bidi_cache_last_idx = i;
/* Don't let scan direction from from the cached state override
/* Don't let scan direction from the cached state override
the current scan direction. */
bidi_it->scan_dir = current_scan_dir;
return bidi_it->type;
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......@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ along with GNU Emacs. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
#include <errno.h>
/* Get number of chars of output now in the buffer of a stdio stream.
This ought to be built in in stdio, but it isn't. Some s- files
This ought to be built in stdio, but it isn't. Some s- files
override this because their stdio internals differ. */
#ifdef __GNU_LIBRARY__
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