Commit a98edce9 authored by Juanma Barranquero's avatar Juanma Barranquero

Fix typos.

parent e65adfac
2011-12-06 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
* gnus-faq.texi (FAQ 2-1, FAQ 3-8, FAQ 4-14, FAQ 9-1): Fix typos.
2011-11-24 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* gnus.texi, smtpmail.texi: Fix case of "GnuTLS".
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......@@ -266,9 +266,9 @@ and how to prevent it?
@subsubheading Answer
This message means that the last time you used Gnus, it
wasn't properly exited and therefor couldn't write its
informations to disk (e.g. which messages you read), you
are now asked if you want to restore those informations
wasn't properly exited and therefore couldn't write its
information to disk (e.g. which messages you read), you
are now asked if you want to restore that information
from the auto-save file.
To prevent this message make sure you exit Gnus
......@@ -563,7 +563,7 @@ However, the first thing to do is to tell Gnus in which way
it should store the mail, in Gnus terminology which back end
to use. Gnus supports many different back ends, the most
commonly used one is nnml. It stores every mail in one file
and is therefor quite fast. However you might prefer a one
and is therefore quite fast. However you might prefer a one
file per group approach if your file system has problems with
many small files, the nnfolder back end is then probably the
choice for you. To use nnml add the following to ~/.gnus.el:
......@@ -580,7 +580,7 @@ As you might have guessed, if you want nnfolder, it's
@end example
@noindent
Now we need to tell Gnus, where to get it's mail from. If
Now we need to tell Gnus, where to get its mail from. If
it's a POP3 server, then you need something like this:
@example
......@@ -1104,11 +1104,11 @@ I don't like the way the Summary buffer looks, how to tweak it?
@subsubheading Answer
You've got to play around with the variable
gnus-summary-line-format. It's value is a string of
gnus-summary-line-format. Its value is a string of
symbols which stand for things like author, date, subject
etc. A list of the available specifiers can be found in the
manual node "Summary Buffer Lines" and the often forgotten
node "Formatting Variables" and it's sub-nodes. There
node "Formatting Variables" and its sub-nodes. There
you'll find useful things like positioning the cursor and
tabulators which allow you a summary in table form, but
sadly hard tabulators are broken in 5.8.8.
......@@ -2190,7 +2190,7 @@ Starting Gnus is really slow, how to speed it up?
@subsubheading Answer
The reason for this could be the way Gnus reads it's
The reason for this could be the way Gnus reads its
active file, see the node "The Active File" in the Gnus
manual for things you might try to speed the process up.
An other idea would be to byte compile your ~/.gnus.el (say
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2011-12-06 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
* textmodes/table.el (table-shorten-cell): Fix typo.
2011-12-05 Christopher Genovese <genovese.cr@gmail.com> (tiny change)
* emacs-lisp/assoc.el (aput): Fix return value (bug#10146)
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......@@ -6278,7 +6278,7 @@
Register changes using allout-exposure-change-hook.
Disregard aberrant topics.
(allout-shift-in): With universal-argument, make topic a peer of
it's former offspring. Simplify the code by separating out
its former offspring. Simplify the code by separating out
allout-shift-out functionality.
(allout-shift-out): With universal-argument, make offspring peers
of their former container, and its siblings. Implement the
......@@ -12129,7 +12129,7 @@
* cc-mode.el (c-buffer-is-cc-mode):
Definition moved here from cc-vars.el. Also,
put permanent-local property on variable so it's value won't get
put permanent-local property on variable so its value won't get
killed by kill-all-local-variables.
* cc-mode.el (c++-mode, java-mode, objc-mode, idl-mode):
......@@ -19534,7 +19534,7 @@
the innermost test. This catches GNU-style comments.
* cc-mode.el (c-add-syntax):
Move macro definition to before it's first use.
Move macro definition to before its first use.
* cc-mode.el (c-submit-bug-report):
Capture buffer local variable values which are
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2011-12-06 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
* semantic/bovine/c.el (semantic-tag-abstract-p): Fix typo.
2011-11-26 Chong Yidong <cyd@gnu.org>
* semantic/wisent/python-wy.el:
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......@@ -816,7 +816,7 @@ now.
;;
;; will create 2 toplevel tags, one is type A, and the other variable B
;; where the :type of B is just a type tag A that is a prototype, and
;; the actual struct info of A is it's own toplevel tag.
;; the actual struct info of A is its own toplevel tag.
(when (or (semantic-tag-of-class-p tag 'function)
(semantic-tag-of-class-p tag 'variable))
(let* ((basetype (semantic-tag-type tag))
......@@ -1311,7 +1311,7 @@ Optional PARENT and COLOR as specified with
"Return non-nil if TAG is considered abstract.
PARENT is tag's parent.
In C, a method is abstract if it is `virtual', which is already
handled. A class is abstract iff it's destructor is virtual."
handled. A class is abstract iff its destructor is virtual."
(cond
((eq (semantic-tag-class tag) 'type)
(require 'semantic/find)
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......@@ -2678,7 +2678,7 @@ Anything else means ask for each directory."
(defvar dired-re-no-dot "^\\([^.]\\|\\.\\([^.]\\|\\..\\)\\).*")
;; Delete file, possibly delete a directory and all its files.
;; This function is useful outside of dired. One could change it's name
;; This function is useful outside of dired. One could change its name
;; to e.g. recursive-delete-file and put it somewhere else.
(defun dired-delete-file (file &optional recursive trash) "\
Delete FILE or directory (possibly recursively if optional RECURSIVE is true.)
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......@@ -2969,7 +2969,7 @@ When FORCE, rebuild the tool bar."
'gnus-summary-mode-map)))
(when map
;; Need to set `gnus-summary-tool-bar-map' because `gnus-article-mode'
;; uses it's value.
;; uses its value.
(setq gnus-summary-tool-bar-map map))))
(set (make-local-variable 'tool-bar-map) gnus-summary-tool-bar-map))
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......@@ -428,7 +428,7 @@
2004-11-08 Satyaki Das <satyaki@theforce.stanford.edu>
* mh-acros.el (mh-funcall-if-exists): In XEmacs, presence of a
function at compile time doesn't guarantee it's existence at run
function at compile time doesn't guarantee its existence at run
time. So make the macro handle that situation better.
2004-11-05 Satyaki Das <satyaki@theforce.stanford.edu>
......@@ -10195,7 +10195,7 @@
2002-04-02 Peter S Galbraith <psg@debian.org>
* mh-e.el: 'defvar mh-folder-unseen-seq-name' called a function to
set it's value, and this happens also on byte-compilation (where
set its value, and this happens also on byte-compilation (where
it can fail if the user's MH environment is not setup correctly).
I now set the value of mh-folder-unseen-seq-name at runtime when I
first need it. This should fix Debian bugs
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2011-12-06 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
* ob.el (org-babel-expand-body:generic, org-babel-number-p):
* ob-ref.el (org-babel-ref-parse): Fix typos.
2011-11-24 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
* ob.el (org-babel-execute-src-block): Fix typo.
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......@@ -69,7 +69,7 @@
"Parse a variable ASSIGNMENT in a header argument.
If the right hand side of the assignment has a literal value
return that value, otherwise interpret as a reference to an
external resource and find it's value using
external resource and find its value using
`org-babel-ref-resolve'. Return a list with two elements. The
first element of the list will be the name of the variable, and
the second will be an emacs-lisp representation of the value of
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......@@ -464,7 +464,7 @@ block."
(defun org-babel-expand-body:generic (body params &optional var-lines)
"Expand BODY with PARAMS.
Expand a block of code with org-babel according to it's header
Expand a block of code with org-babel according to its header
arguments. This generic implementation of body expansion is
called for languages which have not defined their own specific
org-babel-expand-body:lang function."
......@@ -2045,7 +2045,7 @@ appropriate."
cell))
(defun org-babel-number-p (string)
"If STRING represents a number return it's value."
"If STRING represents a number return its value."
(if (and (string-match "^-?[0-9]*\\.?[0-9]*$" string)
(= (length (substring string (match-beginning 0)
(match-end 0)))
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......@@ -715,7 +715,7 @@ If :auto-sitemap is set, publish the sitemap too.
If :makeindex is set, also produce a file theindex.org."
(mapc
(lambda (project)
;; Each project uses it's own cache file:
;; Each project uses its own cache file:
(org-publish-initialize-cache (car project))
(let*
((project-plist (cdr project))
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......@@ -586,7 +586,7 @@ in a mode hook, you have to call `c-setup-doc-comment-style'
afterwards to redo that work."
;; Symbols other than those documented above may be used on this
;; variable. If a variable exists that has that name with
;; "-font-lock-keywords" appended, it's value is prepended to the
;; "-font-lock-keywords" appended, its value is prepended to the
;; font lock keywords list. If it's a function then it's called and
;; the result is prepended.
:type '(radio
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......@@ -345,7 +345,7 @@
;; Above code is well known ~/.emacs idiom for customizing a mode
;; specific keymap however it does not work for this package. This is
;; because there is no table mode in effect. This package does not
;; use a local map therefor you must modify `table-cell-map'
;; use a local map therefore you must modify `table-cell-map'
;; explicitly. The correct way of achieving above task is:
;;
;; (add-hook 'table-cell-map-hook
......@@ -2155,7 +2155,7 @@ specified."
(defun table-shorten-cell (n)
"Shorten the current cell by N lines by shrinking the cell vertically.
Shortening is done by removing blank lines from the bottom of the cell
and possibly from the top of the cell as well. Therefor, the cell
and possibly from the top of the cell as well. Therefore, the cell
must have some bottom/top blank lines to be shorten effectively. This
is applicable to all the cells aligned horizontally with the current
one because they are also shortened in order to keep the rectangular
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......@@ -2448,7 +2448,7 @@
* lisp/url-nfs.el (url-nfs-create-wrapper): New function to create
wrappers onto the appropriate file-based URLs for file-name-handlers.
* lisp/url-ftp.el: Moved the FTP stuff into it's own file - it
* lisp/url-ftp.el: Moved the FTP stuff into its own file - it
might get messy with file-name-handlers and things.
* lisp/url-http.el (url-http-clean-headers): Fix problem when
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......@@ -839,7 +839,7 @@ do_symval_forwarding (register union Lisp_Fwd *valcontents)
case Lisp_Fwd_Kboard_Obj:
/* We used to simply use current_kboard here, but from Lisp
code, it's value is often unexpected. It seems nicer to
code, its value is often unexpected. It seems nicer to
allow constructions like this to work as intuitively expected:
(with-selected-frame frame
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......@@ -705,7 +705,7 @@ struct font_driver
/* Chain of font drivers. There's one global font driver list
(font_driver_list in font.c). In addition, each frame has it's own
(font_driver_list in font.c). In addition, each frame has its own
font driver list at FRAME_PTR->font_driver_list. */
struct font_driver_list
......@@ -721,7 +721,7 @@ struct font_driver_list
/* Chain of arbitrary data specific to each font driver. Each frame
has it's own font data list at FRAME_PTR->font_data_list. */
has its own font data list at FRAME_PTR->font_data_list. */
struct font_data_list
{
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