Commit c92dbd6d authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

Spelling fixes

* lisp/net/soap-inspect.el (soap-inspect-xs-simple-type):
Fix misspelling in output.
parent d149ca81
......@@ -612,7 +612,7 @@
2015-10-29 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
* lisp/emacs-lisp/cl-generic.el: Accomodate future changes.
* lisp/emacs-lisp/cl-generic.el: Accommodate future changes.
(cl--generic-generalizer): Add `name' field.
(cl-generic-make-generalizer): Add corresponding `name' argument.
(cl-generic-define-generalizer): New macro.
......@@ -4418,7 +4418,7 @@
2015-09-20 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
* lisp/progmodes/prolog.el: Improve handling of if/then/else.
(prolog-smie-rules): Accomodate standard if/then/else special
(prolog-smie-rules): Accommodate standard if/then/else special
indentation.
(prolog-mode): Add . to electric-indent-chars.
(prolog-electric--if-then-else): Re-indent the line before adding space
......
......@@ -1790,7 +1790,7 @@ specify different values for the same variable, the file sorted after
will override the value of the previous file (for instance, values in
@file{.dir-locals2.el} override those in @file{.dir-locals.el}). Note
that, because of how lexicographic order works, values in
@file{.dir-locals10.el} are overriden by values in @file{.dir-locals2.el}.
@file{.dir-locals10.el} are overridden by values in @file{.dir-locals2.el}.
This can be avoided by using @file{.dir-locals02.el} instead.
@end defvr
......
......@@ -4146,7 +4146,7 @@
2014-12-14 Steve Purcell <steve@sanityinc.com> (tiny change)
* emacs-lisp/package.el (package-menu-mode): Use an extra column
for the "Version" column, to accomodate date-and-time-based versions.
for the "Version" column, to accommodate date-and-time-based versions.
2014-12-14 Cameron Desautels <camdez@gmail.com>
......@@ -8700,9 +8700,9 @@
(python-shell-prompt-detect)
(python-shell-prompt-validate-regexps): New functions.
(python-shell-prompt-set-calculated-regexps): New function.
(inferior-python-mode): Use it. Also honor overriden
(inferior-python-mode): Use it. Also honor overridden
python-shell-interpreter and python-shell-interpreter-args.
(python-shell-make-comint): Honor overriden
(python-shell-make-comint): Honor overridden
python-shell-interpreter and python-shell-interpreter-args.
(python-shell-get-or-create-process): Make it testable by allowing
to call run-python non-interactively.
......@@ -10975,9 +10975,9 @@
* faces.el (face-spec-recalc): Apply X resources only after the
defface spec has been applied. Thus, X resources are no longer
overriden by the defface spec which also fixes issues on win32 where
overridden by the defface spec which also fixes issues on win32 where
the toolbar coloring was wrong because it is set through X resources
and was (wrongfully) overriden. (Bug#16694)
and was (wrongfully) overridden. (Bug#16694)
2014-04-30 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
......
......@@ -268,7 +268,7 @@ This macro can only be used within the lexical scope of a cl-generic method."
(defmacro cl-generic-define-context-rewriter (name args &rest body)
"Define a special kind of context named NAME.
Whenever a context specializer of the form (NAME . ACTUALS) appears,
Whenever a context specializer of the form (NAME . ARGS) appears,
the specializer used will be the one returned by BODY."
(declare (debug (&define name lambda-list def-body)) (indent defun))
`(eval-and-compile
......
......@@ -390,7 +390,7 @@ binding) but the same name."
;; SOAP WSDL documents use XML Schema to define the types that are part of the
;; message exchange. We include here an XML schema model with a parser and
;; serializer/deserialiser.
;; serializer/deserializer.
(defstruct (soap-xs-type (:include soap-element))
id
......@@ -710,7 +710,7 @@ This is a specialization of `soap-decode-type' for
(defun soap-xs-element-type (element)
"Retrieve the type of ELEMENT.
This is normally stored in the TYPE^ slot, but if this element
contains a reference, we retrive the type of the reference."
contains a reference, retrieve the type of the reference."
(if (soap-xs-element-reference element)
(soap-xs-element-type (soap-xs-element-reference element))
(soap-xs-element-type^ element)))
......@@ -1989,7 +1989,7 @@ This is a specialization of `soap-decode-type' for
)
(defun soap-make-wsdl (origin)
"Create a new WSDL document, loaded from ORIGIN, and intialize it."
"Create a new WSDL document, loaded from ORIGIN, and initialize it."
(let ((wsdl (soap-make-wsdl^ :origin origin)))
;; Add the XSD types to the wsdl document
......
......@@ -334,7 +334,7 @@ soap-xs-attribute-group, in the current buffer."
(insert "\t")
(soap-insert-describe-button type)))
(when (soap-xs-simple-type-enumeration type)
(insert "\nEnumeraton values: ")
(insert "\nEnumeration values: ")
(dolist (e (soap-xs-simple-type-enumeration type))
(insert "\n\t")
(pp e)))
......
......@@ -108,7 +108,7 @@ Most often it's just one directory, which contains the project
file and everything else in the project. But in more advanced
configurations, a project can span multiple directories.
The rule of tumb for whether to include a directory here, and not
The rule of thumb for whether to include a directory here, and not
in `project-library-roots', is whether its contents are meant to
be edited together with the rest of the project.
......
......@@ -2071,7 +2071,7 @@ changes from the current branch."
;;;###autoload
(defun vc-message-unresolved-conflicts (filename)
"Display a message indicating unresolved conflicts in FILENAME."
;; This enables all VC backends to give a standard, recognizeable
;; This enables all VC backends to give a standard, recognizable
;; conflict message that indicates which file is conflicted.
(message "There are unresolved conflicts in %s" filename))
......
......@@ -5346,7 +5346,7 @@ compact_font_cache_entry (Lisp_Object entry)
}
if (CONSP (objlist))
{
/* Foiund a marked font, bail out. */
/* Found a marked font, bail out. */
break;
}
}
......
......@@ -126,7 +126,7 @@ nsterm.m : 6718: [ 4453] | | | | +->> (X:0 Y:0)/(W:1600 H:1177)
Here, "ns_fullscreen_hook" calls "handleFS", which is turn calls
"performZoom". This function calls "[super performZoom]", which
isn't annoted (so it doesn't show up in the trace). However, it
isn't annotated (so it doesn't show up in the trace). However, it
calls "zoom" which is annotated so it is part of the call trace.
Later, the method "windowWillUseStandardFrame" and the function
"setFSValue" are called. The lines with "+---" contain extra
......@@ -230,7 +230,7 @@ void nstrace_leave(int *);
/* Function enter macros.
NSTRACE (fmt, ...) -- Enable trace output in curent block
NSTRACE (fmt, ...) -- Enable trace output in current block
(typically a function). Accepts printf-style
arguments.
......
......@@ -6353,7 +6353,7 @@ - (NSSize)windowWillResize: (NSWindow *)sender toSize: (NSSize)frameSize
/* Restrict the new size to the text gird.
Don't restict the width if the user only adjusted the height, and
Don't restrict the width if the user only adjusted the height, and
vice versa. (Without this, the frame would shrink, and move
slightly, if the window was resized by dragging one of its
borders.) */
......@@ -7591,7 +7591,7 @@ - (id)accessibilityAttributeValue:(NSString *)attribute
/* Constrain size and placement of a frame.
By returning the original "frameRect", the frame is not
contrained. This can lead to unwanted situations where, for
constrained. This can lead to unwanted situations where, for
example, the menu bar covers the frame.
The default implementation (accessed using "super") constrains the
......@@ -7647,7 +7647,7 @@ - (void)zoom:(id)sender
#if 0
// Native zoom done using the standard zoom animation. Size of the
// resulting frame reduced to accomodate the Dock and, if present,
// resulting frame reduced to accommodate the Dock and, if present,
// the menu-bar.
[super zoom:sender];
......@@ -7661,8 +7661,8 @@ - (void)zoom:(id)sender
//
// This works for all practical purposes. (The only minor oddity is
// when transiting from full-height frame to a maximized, the
// animation reduces the height of the frame slighty (to the 4
// pixels needed to accomodate the Doc) before it snaps back into
// animation reduces the height of the frame slightly (to the 4
// pixels needed to accommodate the Doc) before it snaps back into
// full height. The user would need a very trained eye to spot
// this.)
NSScreen * screen = [self screen];
......@@ -7702,8 +7702,8 @@ - (void)zoom:(id)sender
}
}
#else
// Non-native zoom which is done instantaneous. The resulting frame
// covert the entire scrren, except the menu-bar, if present.
// Non-native zoom which is done instantaneously. The resulting frame
// covers the entire screen, except the menu-bar, if present.
NSScreen * screen = [self screen];
if (screen != nil)
{
......
......@@ -210,7 +210,7 @@ wset_update_mode_line (struct window *w)
{
/* If this window is the selected window on its frame, set the
global variable update_mode_lines, so that x_consider_frame_title
will consider this frame's title for rtedisplay. */
will consider this frame's title for redisplay. */
Lisp_Object fselected_window = XFRAME (WINDOW_FRAME (w))->selected_window;
if (WINDOWP (fselected_window) && XWINDOW (fselected_window) == w)
......
......@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ class generic_object
generic_object(); // enter generic_object into ObjectRegistry
// We never copy generic_objects, so we don't need a copy constructor.
~generic_object(void); // delete from ObjectRegistry
// Simulation steps, accomodate different kinds of time
// Simulation steps, accommodate different kinds of time
virtual void compute_next_state(void) { }
virtual void step(void) { }
};
......
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