Commit 8307f923 authored by Juanma Barranquero's avatar Juanma Barranquero

Fix typos.

parent f1cffc3d
2011-02-23 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
* quail/ethiopic.el ("ethiopic"): Fix tpo in docstring.
2010-08-28 Kenichi Handa <handa@m17n.org>
* quail/japanese.el (quail-japanese-update-translation): Fix
handling of invalid key.
* quail/japanese.el (quail-japanese-update-translation):
Fix handling of invalid key.
2010-08-15 Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>
......@@ -19,8 +23,7 @@
2010-08-13 Kenichi Handa <handa@m17n.org>
* quail/greek.el ("greek-postfix"): Add rules for Greek style
quotes.
* quail/greek.el ("greek-postfix"): Add rules for Greek style quotes.
2010-08-09 Kenichi Handa <handa@m17n.org>
......
......@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@
;; This was `cyrillic-jcuken'. Alexander Mikhailian
;; <mikhailian@altern.org> says: "cyrillic-jcuken" is actually
;; russian. It is ok but a bit outdated. This layout has been used
;; in typewriters for ages but it has been superceeded on desktops by
;; in typewriters for ages but it has been superseded on desktops by
;; a variation of this layout, implemented in M$ Windows software.
;; The Windows layout is greatly preferred because of the comma and
;; period being placed more conviniently and, of course, because of
......
......@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ S-SPC or `M-x ethio-insert-ethio-space'
C-' or `M-x ethio-gemination'
Compose the character before the point with the Ethiopic gemination mark.
If the characater is already composed, decompose it and remove the
If the character is already composed, decompose it and remove the
gemination mark."
;; The following keys should work as defined in lisp/language/ethio-util,
......
......@@ -100,7 +100,7 @@
;; D. Sorting and Composition of Smaller Blocks (`ucs-normalize-block-compose-chars')
;;
;; The block will be split to multiple samller blocks by starter
;; charcters. Each block is sorted, and composed if necessary.
;; characters. Each block is sorted, and composed if necessary.
;;
;; E. Composition of Entire Block (`ucs-normalize-compose-chars')
;;
......
......@@ -4297,7 +4297,7 @@ With prefix argument N moves forward N messages with these labels.
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (rmail-mime) "rmailmm" "rmailmm.el" "9c0902449733cabd5c7e7d17092a7c69")
;;;### (autoloads (rmail-mime) "rmailmm" "rmailmm.el" "736579c1ea88e1f0e1ec21b8a50bc2a2")
;;; Generated autoloads from rmailmm.el
(autoload 'rmail-mime "rmailmm" "\
......
2011-02-23 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
* org.el (org-maybe-keyword-time-regexp):
* org-icalendar.el (org-icalendar-store-UID):
* org-agenda.el (org-agenda-scheduled-leaders)
(org-agenda-deadline-leaders, org-agenda-filter-preset):
* org-table.el (org-table-current-line-types)
(org-table-current-begin-line, org-table-current-begin-pos):
(org-table-current-field-formula):
Fix typos in docstrings.
2010-10-22 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
......
......@@ -1151,7 +1151,7 @@ range, respectively."
(function))))
(defcustom org-agenda-scheduled-leaders '("Scheduled: " "Sched.%2dx: ")
"Text preceeding scheduled items in the agenda view.
"Text preceding scheduled items in the agenda view.
This is a list with two strings. The first applies when the item is
scheduled on the current day. The second applies when it has been scheduled
previously, it may contain a %d indicating that this is the nth time that
......@@ -1164,7 +1164,7 @@ that passed since this item was scheduled first."
(string :tag "Scheduled previously")))
(defcustom org-agenda-deadline-leaders '("Deadline: " "In %3d d.: ")
"Text preceeding deadline items in the agenda view.
"Text preceding deadline items in the agenda view.
This is a list with two strings. The first applies when the item has its
deadline on the current day. The second applies when it is in the past or
in the future, it may contain %d to capture how many days away the deadline
......@@ -2559,7 +2559,7 @@ removed from the entry content. Currently only `planning' is allowed here."
(defvar org-agenda-filter nil)
(defvar org-agenda-filter-preset nil
"A preset of the tags filter used for secondary agenda filtering.
This must be a list of strings, each string must be a single tag preceeded
This must be a list of strings, each string must be a single tag preceded
by \"+\" or \"-\".
This variable should not be set directly, but agenda custom commands can
bind it in the options section.")
......
......@@ -157,7 +157,7 @@ The iCalendar standard requires that all entries have a unique identifier.
Org will create these identifiers as needed. When this variable is non-nil,
the created UIDs will be stored in the ID property of the entry. Then the
next time this entry is exported, it will be exported with the same UID,
superceding the previous form of it. This is essential for
superseding the previous form of it. This is essential for
synchronization services.
This variable is not turned on by default because we want to avoid creating
a property drawer in every entry if people are only playing with this feature,
......
......@@ -1787,7 +1787,7 @@ If NLAST is a number, only the NLAST fields will actually be summed."
"Return the formula active for the current field.
Assumes that specials are in place.
If KEY is given, return the key to this formula.
Otherwise return the formula preceeded with \"=\" or \":=\"."
Otherwise return the formula preceded with \"=\" or \":=\"."
(let* ((name (car (rassoc (list (org-current-line)
(org-table-current-column))
org-table-named-field-locations)))
......
......@@ -3659,7 +3659,7 @@ Also put tags into group 4 if tags are present.")
"Matches any of the 3 keywords, together with the time stamp.")
(make-variable-buffer-local 'org-keyword-time-not-clock-regexp)
(defvar org-maybe-keyword-time-regexp nil
"Matches a timestamp, possibly preceeded by a keyword.")
"Matches a timestamp, possibly preceded by a keyword.")
(make-variable-buffer-local 'org-maybe-keyword-time-regexp)
(defvar org-planning-or-clock-line-re nil
"Matches a line with planning or clock info.")
......
......@@ -15960,7 +15960,7 @@
* search.c (search_buffer): Give up BM search on case-fold-search
if one of a target character has a case-equivalence of different
byte length even if that target charcter is an ASCII.
byte length even if that target character is an ASCII.
(simple_search): Fix calculation of byte length of matched text.
(boyer_moore): Fix handling of case-equivalent multibyte characters.
......
......@@ -6918,7 +6918,7 @@
* search.c (search_buffer): Give up BM search on case-fold-search
if one of a target character has a case-equivalence of different
charset even if that target charcter is an ASCII.
charset even if that target character is an ASCII.
* casefiddle.c (casify_object): Fix for the case that case
conversion change the byte length.
......
......@@ -13872,10 +13872,10 @@
1998-08-31 Kenichi Handa <handa@etl.go.jp>
* charset.c (unibyte_char_to_multibyte):
Vnonacii_translation_table will convert a 7-bit charcater.
Vnonacii_translation_table will convert a 7-bit character.
(multibyte_char_to_unibyte): Handle the case that
Vnonacii_translation_table converts a multibyte charcater to a
unibyte charcter of less than 128.
Vnonacii_translation_table converts a multibyte character to a
unibyte character of less than 128.
(init_charset_once): Initialize nonascii_insert_offset and
Vnonacii_translation_table.
......
......@@ -2429,7 +2429,7 @@ current buffer is cleared. */)
{
c = STRING_CHAR_AND_LENGTH (p, bytes);
/* Delete all bytes for this 8-bit character but the
last one, and change the last one to the charcter
last one, and change the last one to the character
code. */
bytes--;
del_range_2 (pos, pos, pos + bytes, pos + bytes, 0);
......
......@@ -829,7 +829,7 @@ str_as_unibyte (str, bytes)
corresponding byte and store in DST. CHARS is the number of
characters in SRC. The value is the number of bytes stored in DST.
Usually, the value is the same as CHARS, but is less than it if SRC
contains a non-ASCII, non-eight-bit characater. If ACCEPT_LATIN_1
contains a non-ASCII, non-eight-bit character. If ACCEPT_LATIN_1
is nonzero, a Latin-1 character is accepted and converted to a byte
of that character code.
Note: Currently the arg ACCEPT_LATIN_1 is not used. */
......
......@@ -438,7 +438,7 @@ load_charset_map (charset, entries, n_entries, control_flag)
/* Read a hexadecimal number (preceded by "0x") from the file FP while
paying attention to comment charcter '#'. */
paying attention to comment character '#'. */
static INLINE unsigned
read_hex (fp, eof)
......
......@@ -3623,12 +3623,12 @@ usage: (format STRING &rest OBJECTS) */)
int multibyte = 0;
/* When we make a multibyte string, we must pay attention to the
byte combining problem, i.e., a byte may be combined with a
multibyte charcter of the previous string. This flag tells if we
multibyte character of the previous string. This flag tells if we
must consider such a situation or not. */
int maybe_combine_byte;
unsigned char *this_format;
/* Precision for each spec, or -1, a flag value meaning no precision
was given in that spec. Element 0, corresonding to the format
was given in that spec. Element 0, corresponding to the format
string itself, will not be used. Element NARGS, corresponding to
no argument, *will* be assigned to in the case that a `%' and `.'
occur after the final format specifier. */
......
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