Commit bbd240ce authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

Spelling fixes.

parent 100d5755
......@@ -1683,7 +1683,7 @@ if test "$doug_lea_malloc" = "yes" ; then
## Use mmap directly for allocating larger buffers.
## FIXME this comes from src/s/{gnu,gnu-linux}.h:
## #ifdef DOUG_LEA_MALLOC; #undef REL_ALLOC; #endif
## Does the AC_FUNC_MMAP test below make this check unecessary?
## Does the AC_FUNC_MMAP test below make this check unnecessary?
case "$opsys" in
gnu*) REL_ALLOC=no ;;
esac
......
......@@ -705,11 +705,11 @@ A brief description of the project or target. This is currently used
by the @samp{ede-speedbar} interface.
@item ede-want-file-p
Return non-nil if a target will accept a given file.
It is generally unecessary to override this. See the section on source
It is generally unnecessary to override this. See the section on source
code.
@item ede-buffer-mine
Return non-nil if a buffer belongs to this target. Used during
association when a file is loaded. It is generally unecessary to
association when a file is loaded. It is generally unnecessary to
override this unless you keep auxiliary files.
@end table
......
......@@ -380,7 +380,7 @@ with the search results format.
@item semanticdb-ref.el
Tracks crossreferences. Cross references are needed when buffer is
reparsed, and must alert other tables that any dependant caches may
reparsed, and must alert other tables that any dependent caches may
need to be flushed. References are in the form of include files.
@end table
......
......@@ -4273,7 +4273,7 @@ of suffixes. The function also accepts a predicate argument to
further filter candidate files.
One advantage of using this function is that the list of suffixes in
`exec-suffixes' is OS-dependant, so this function will find
`exec-suffixes' is OS-dependent, so this function will find
executables without polluting Lisp code with OS dependencies.
*** The new function `file-remote-p' tests a file name and returns
......
......@@ -860,13 +860,13 @@ using `make-temp-file', and the generated name is returned."
dir)))
(if (or alien (file-exists-p fullname))
(progn
;; Maked sure all the leading directories in
;; Make sure all the leading directories in
;; archive-local-name exist under archive-tmpdir, so that
;; the directory structure recorded in the archive is
;; reconstructed in the temporary directory.
(make-directory (file-name-directory tmpfile) t)
(make-temp-file tmpfile))
;; Maked sure all the leading directories in `fullname' exist
;; Make sure all the leading directories in `fullname' exist
;; under archive-tmpdir. This is necessary for nested archives
;; (`archive-extract' sets `archive-remote' to t in case
;; an archive occurs inside another archive).
......
......@@ -725,7 +725,7 @@ The class returned from the scope calculation is variable
(oset scopecache localargs localargs)
(oset scopecache localvar localvar)
)))
;; Make sure we become dependant on the typecache.
;; Make sure we become dependent on the typecache.
(semanticdb-typecache-add-dependant scopecache)
;; Handy debug output.
(when (called-interactively-p 'any)
......
......@@ -221,7 +221,7 @@ Local to those buffers, as a function called that created it.")
(define-key map [mouse-2] 'dframe-click)
;; This is the power click for new frames, or refreshing a cache
(define-key map [S-mouse-2] 'dframe-power-click)
;; This adds a small unecessary visual effect
;; This adds a small unnecessary visual effect
;;(define-key map [down-mouse-2] 'dframe-quick-mouse)
(define-key map [down-mouse-3] 'dframe-popup-kludge)
......
......@@ -363,12 +363,12 @@ MATCH is the pattern that needs to be matched, of the form:
(dolist (branch rest)
(let* ((match (car branch))
(code&vars (cdr branch))
(splitted
(split
(pcase--split-match sym splitter match)))
(unless (eq (car splitted) :pcase--fail)
(push (cons (car splitted) code&vars) then-rest))
(unless (eq (cdr splitted) :pcase--fail)
(push (cons (cdr splitted) code&vars) else-rest))))
(unless (eq (car split) :pcase--fail)
(push (cons (car split) code&vars) then-rest))
(unless (eq (cdr split) :pcase--fail)
(push (cons (cdr split) code&vars) else-rest))))
(cons (nreverse then-rest) (nreverse else-rest))))
(defun pcase--split-consp (syma symd pat)
......
......@@ -453,7 +453,7 @@ will not be rewrapped if their length exceeds this value."
:group 'filesets)
(defcustom filesets-max-entry-length 50
"Truncate names of splitted submenus to this length."
"Truncate names of split submenus to this length."
:set (function filesets-set-default)
:type 'integer
:group 'filesets)
......
......@@ -1469,7 +1469,7 @@ OPERATOR :=
| de-sjis
;; If ARG_0 and ARG_1 are the first and second code point of
;; JISX0208 character CHAR, and SJIS is the correponding
;; JISX0208 character CHAR, and SJIS is the corresponding
;; Shift-JIS code,
;; (REG = ARG_0 en-sjis ARG_1) means:
;; ((REG = HIGH)
......
......@@ -2832,7 +2832,7 @@ STATE-n are symbols to denote state. STATE-0 is the initial state.
TRANSITION-n-m are transition rules from STATE-n, and have the form
\(RULES . STATE-x) or RULES, where STATE-x is one of STATE-n above,
RULES is a symbol whose value is an alist of keys \(string) vs the
correponding characters or strings. The format of the symbol value of
corresponding characters or strings. The format of the symbol value of
RULES is the same as arguments to `quail-define-rules'.
If TRANSITION-n-m has the form (RULES . STATE-x), it means that
......@@ -2846,7 +2846,7 @@ The generated map can be set for the current Quail package by the
function `quail-install-map' (which see)."
(let ((state-alist (mapcar (lambda (x) (list (car x))) table))
tail elt)
;; STATE-ALIST is an alist of states vs the correponding sub Quail
;; STATE-ALIST is an alist of states vs the corresponding sub Quail
;; map. It is now initialized to ((STATE-0) (STATE-1) ...).
;; Set key sequence mapping rules in cdr part of each element.
(while table
......
......@@ -103,7 +103,7 @@ For example:
\\<quail-translation-docstring>
For double-width GB2312 characters correponding to ASCII, use the
For double-width GB2312 characters corresponding to ASCII, use the
input method `chinese-qj'.")
("chinese-ecdict" "$(05CKH(B"
......@@ -191,7 +191,7 @@ For instance, to input $ADc(B, you type \"n i 3 3\", the first \"n i\" is
a Pinyin, the next \"3\" specifies tone, and the last \"3\" selects
the third character from the candidate list.
For double-width GB2312 characters correponding to ASCII, use the
For double-width GB2312 characters corresponding to ASCII, use the
input method `chinese-qj'.")
("chinese-zozy" "$(0I\0D(B"
......
......@@ -546,8 +546,8 @@ as filename."
(when (string-match proto fname)
(let* ((func (plist-get (cdr prolist) :function))
(greedy (plist-get (cdr prolist) :greedy))
(splitted (split-string fname proto))
(result (if greedy restoffiles (cadr splitted))))
(split (split-string fname proto))
(result (if greedy restoffiles (cadr split))))
(when (plist-get (cdr prolist) :kill-client)
(message "Greedy org-protocol handler. Killing client.")
(server-edit))
......
......@@ -4710,12 +4710,12 @@ Interactively, you have the following situations:
M-x pr-ps-fast-fire RET
The command prompts the user for a N-UP value and printing will
immediatelly be done using the current active printer.
immediately be done using the current active printer.
C-u M-x pr-ps-fast-fire RET
C-u 0 M-x pr-ps-fast-fire RET
The command prompts the user for a N-UP value and also for a current
PostScript printer, then printing will immediatelly be done using the new
PostScript printer, then printing will immediately be done using the new
current active printer.
C-u 1 M-x pr-ps-fast-fire RET
......@@ -4736,7 +4736,7 @@ zero and the argument SELECT is treated as follows:
If it's nil, send the image to the printer.
If it's a list or an integer lesser or equal to zero, the command prompts
the user for a current PostScript printer, then printing will immediatelly
the user for a current PostScript printer, then printing will immediately
be done using the new current active printer.
If it's an integer equal to 1, the command prompts the user for a file name
......@@ -4749,7 +4749,7 @@ zero and the argument SELECT is treated as follows:
instead of sending it to the printer.
If it's a symbol which it's defined in `pr-ps-printer-alist', it's the new
active printer and printing will immediatelly be done using the new active
active printer and printing will immediately be done using the new active
printer.
Otherwise, send the image to the printer.
......@@ -4800,7 +4800,7 @@ Noninteractively, the argument SELECT-PRINTER is treated as follows:
If it's nil, the printing is sent to the current active text printer.
If it's a symbol which it's defined in `pr-txt-printer-alist', it's the new
active printer and printing will immediatelly be done using the new active
active printer and printing will immediately be done using the new active
printer.
If it's non-nil, the command prompts the user for a new active text printer.
......
......@@ -958,7 +958,7 @@ B) Speed of editing operations.
`cperl-array-face' Array names
`cperl-hash-face' Hash names
`font-lock-comment-face' Comments, PODs and whatever is considered
syntaxically to be not code
syntactically to be not code
`font-lock-constant-face' HERE-doc delimiters, labels, delimiters of
2-arg operators s/y/tr/ or of RExen,
`font-lock-warning-face' Special-cased m// and s//foo/,
......@@ -970,7 +970,7 @@ B) Speed of editing operations.
`cperl-nonoverridable-face' Non-overridable keywords, modifiers of RExen
`font-lock-string-face' Strings, qw() constructs, RExen, POD sections,
literal parts and the terminator of formats
and whatever is syntaxically considered
and whatever is syntactically considered
as string literals
`font-lock-type-face' Overridable keywords
`font-lock-variable-name-face' Variable declarations, indirect array and
......@@ -1537,8 +1537,8 @@ default.) You can always quote (with \\[quoted-insert]) the left
since most the time you mean \"less\". CPerl mode tries to guess
whether you want to type pair <>, and inserts is if it
appropriate. You can set `cperl-electric-parens-string' to the string that
contains the parenths from the above list you want to be electrical.
Electricity of parenths is controlled by `cperl-electric-parens'.
contains the parens from the above list you want to be electrical.
Electricity of parens is controlled by `cperl-electric-parens'.
You may also set `cperl-electric-parens-mark' to have electric parens
look for active mark and \"embrace\" a region if possible.'
......@@ -3517,7 +3517,7 @@ Works before syntax recognition is done."
(defvar font-lock-warning-face)
(defun cperl-find-sub-attrs (&optional st-l b-fname e-fname pos)
"Syntaxically mark (and fontify) attributes of a subroutine.
"Syntactically mark (and fontify) attributes of a subroutine.
Should be called with the point before leading colon of an attribute."
;; Works *before* syntax recognition is done
(or st-l (setq st-l (list nil))) ; Avoid overwriting '()
......@@ -4994,7 +4994,7 @@ conditional/loop constructs."
(setq top (point))
;; Plan A: if line has an unfinished paren-group, go to end-of-group
(while (= -1 (nth 0 (parse-partial-sexp (point) tmp-end -1)))
(setq top (point))) ; Get the outermost parenths in line
(setq top (point))) ; Get the outermost parens in line
(goto-char top)
(while (< (point) tmp-end)
(parse-partial-sexp (point) tmp-end nil t) ; To start-sexp or eol
......@@ -5906,7 +5906,7 @@ indentation and initial hashes. Behaves usually outside of comment."
3 font-lock-variable-name-face)))
'("\\<for\\(each\\)?\\([ \t]+\\(my\\|local\\|our\\)\\)?[ \t]*\\(\\$[a-zA-Z_][a-zA-Z_0-9]*\\)[ \t]*("
4 font-lock-variable-name-face)
;; Avoid $!, and s!!, qq!! etc. when not fontifying syntaxically
;; Avoid $!, and s!!, qq!! etc. when not fontifying syntactically
'("\\(?:^\\|[^smywqrx$]\\)\\(!\\)" 1 font-lock-negation-char-face)
'("\\[\\(\\^\\)" 1 font-lock-negation-char-face prepend)))
(setq
......
......@@ -3865,7 +3865,7 @@ overlay arrow in source buffer."
If BUF is already displayed in some window, show it, deiconifying
the frame if necessary. Otherwise, find least recently used
window and show BUF there, if the window is not used for GDB
already, in which case that window is splitted first."
already, in which case that window is split first."
(let ((answer (get-buffer-window buf (or frame 0))))
(if answer
(display-buffer buf nil (or frame 0)) ;Deiconify frame if necessary.
......
......@@ -2464,7 +2464,7 @@ If prefix ARG < 0 then move forward to enclosing block end."
(defun idlwave-down-block (&optional arg)
"Go down a block.
With ARG: ARG >= 0 go forwards, ARG < 0 go backwards.
Returns non-nil if successfull."
Returns non-nil if successful."
(interactive "p")
(let (status)
(if (< arg 0)
......
......@@ -30657,7 +30657,7 @@
(display_buffer): Do not set split_height_threshold to twice the
value of window_min_height to avoid changing the value of a
customizable variable. Rather explicitly check whether the
height of the window that shall be splitted is at least as large
height of the window that shall be split is at least as large
as split_height_threshold.
(Fwindow_full_width_p): New defun.
(syms_of_window): Defsubr it.
......@@ -11485,7 +11485,7 @@
Substitute homedir by `~' also in default_filename.
* xdisp.c (try_window_id): Fix computation of tab_offset when
backing up over a character that is splitted across lines.
backing up over a character that is split across lines.
1999-05-08 Kenichi HANDA <handa@etl.go.jp>
......
......@@ -1660,7 +1660,7 @@ maybe_unify_char (int c, Lisp_Object val)
}
/* Return a character correponding to the code-point CODE of
/* Return a character corresponding to the code-point CODE of
CHARSET. */
int
......
......@@ -238,7 +238,7 @@ struct charset
int unified_p;
};
/* Hash table of charset symbols vs. the correponding attribute
/* Hash table of charset symbols vs. the corresponding attribute
vectors. */
extern Lisp_Object Vcharset_hash_table;
......@@ -389,7 +389,7 @@ extern Lisp_Object Vchar_charset_set;
#endif
/* Return a character correponding to the code-point CODE of CHARSET.
/* Return a character corresponding to the code-point CODE of CHARSET.
Try some optimization before calling decode_char. */
#define DECODE_CHAR(charset, code) \
......
......@@ -621,7 +621,7 @@ struct font_driver
/* Optional.
Get coordinates of the INDEXth anchor point of the glyph whose
code is CODE. Store the coordinates in *X and *Y. Return 0 if
the operations was successfull. Otherwise return -1. */
the operations was successful. Otherwise return -1. */
int (*anchor_point) (struct font *font, unsigned code, int index,
int *x, int *y);
......
......@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@ identify_winoldap_version (void)
return regs.x.ax;
}
/* Open the clipboard, return non-zero if successfull. */
/* Open the clipboard, return non-zero if successful. */
unsigned
open_clipboard (void)
{
......@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@ open_clipboard (void)
return regs.x.ax;
}
/* Empty clipboard, return non-zero if successfull. */
/* Empty clipboard, return non-zero if successful. */
unsigned
empty_clipboard (void)
{
......@@ -207,7 +207,7 @@ free_xfer_buf (void)
}
}
/* Copy data into the clipboard, return zero if successfull. */
/* Copy data into the clipboard, return zero if successful. */
unsigned
set_clipboard_data (unsigned Format, void *Data, unsigned Size, int Raw)
{
......@@ -405,7 +405,7 @@ get_clipboard_data (unsigned Format, void *Data, unsigned Size, int Raw)
return (unsigned) (dp - (unsigned char *)Data - 1);
}
/* Close clipboard, return non-zero if successfull. */
/* Close clipboard, return non-zero if successful. */
unsigned
close_clipboard (void)
{
......@@ -730,4 +730,3 @@ After the communication, this variable is set to nil. */);
}
#endif /* MSDOS */
......@@ -786,7 +786,7 @@ w32font_free_outline (struct font *font, void *outline);
Optional.
Get coordinates of the INDEXth anchor point of the glyph whose
code is CODE. Store the coordinates in *X and *Y. Return 0 if
the operations was successfull. Otherwise return -1.
the operations was successful. Otherwise return -1.
static int
w32font_anchor_point (struct font *font, unsigned code,
int index, int *x, int *y);
......
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