Commit d309994a authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Fix typos in documentation

* doc/misc/vhdl-mode.texi (Custom Indentation Functions):
* doc/misc/url.texi (Customization):
* doc/misc/tramp.texi (Overview):
* doc/misc/srecode.texi (Developing Template Functions):
* doc/misc/sieve.texi (Sieve Mode):
* doc/misc/reftex.texi (Options - Creating Citations):
* doc/misc/org.texi (Cooperation, Conflicts):
* doc/misc/gnus.texi (Misc Group Stuff):
* doc/misc/eshell.texi (Bugs and ideas):
* doc/misc/calc.texi (Summary):
* doc/man/emacsclient.1:
* doc/lispref/os.texi (Security Considerations):
* doc/lispref/control.texi (pcase Macro):
* CONTRIBUTE: Fix typos.  Reported by Mak Kolybabi
<mak@kolybabi.com>  (Bug#32853)
parent 25cdd65c
...@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ Otherwise do not mark it. ...@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ Otherwise do not mark it.
If your change requires updating the manuals to document new If your change requires updating the manuals to document new
functions/commands/variables/faces, then use the proper Texinfo functions/commands/variables/faces, then use the proper Texinfo
command to index them; for instance, use @vindex for variables and command to index them; for instance, use @vindex for variables and
@findex for functions/commands. For the full list of predefine indices, see @findex for functions/commands. For the full list of predefined indices, see
https://www.gnu.org/software/texinfo/manual/texinfo/html_node/Predefined-Indices.html https://www.gnu.org/software/texinfo/manual/texinfo/html_node/Predefined-Indices.html
or run the shell command 'info "(texinfo)Predefined Indices"'. or run the shell command 'info "(texinfo)Predefined Indices"'.
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...@@ -791,7 +791,7 @@ Here are some important details about that usage. ...@@ -791,7 +791,7 @@ Here are some important details about that usage.
@enumerate @enumerate
@item When @var{symbol} occurs more than once in @var{seqpat}, @item When @var{symbol} occurs more than once in @var{seqpat},
the second and subsequent occurances do not expand to re-binding, the second and subsequent occurrences do not expand to re-binding,
but instead expand to an equality test using @code{eq}. but instead expand to an equality test using @code{eq}.
The following example features a @code{pcase} form The following example features a @code{pcase} form
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...@@ -3018,7 +3018,7 @@ Although Emacs normally respects access permissions of the underlying ...@@ -3018,7 +3018,7 @@ Although Emacs normally respects access permissions of the underlying
operating system, in some cases it handles accesses specially. For operating system, in some cases it handles accesses specially. For
example, file names can have handlers that treat the files specially, example, file names can have handlers that treat the files specially,
with their own access checking. @xref{Magic File Names}. Also, a with their own access checking. @xref{Magic File Names}. Also, a
buffer can be read-only even if the corresponding file is writeable, buffer can be read-only even if the corresponding file is writable,
and vice versa, which can result in messages such as @samp{File passwd and vice versa, which can result in messages such as @samp{File passwd
is write-protected; try to save anyway? (yes or no)}. @xref{Read Only is write-protected; try to save anyway? (yes or no)}. @xref{Read Only
Buffers}. Buffers}.
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.\" See section COPYING for conditions for redistribution. .\" See section COPYING for conditions for redistribution.
.TH EMACSCLIENT 1 .TH EMACSCLIENT 1
.\" NAME should be all caps, SECTION should be 1-8, maybe w/ subsection .\" NAME should be all caps, SECTION should be 1-8, maybe w/ subsection
.\" other parms are allowed: see man(7), man(1) .\" other params are allowed: see man(7), man(1)
.SH NAME .SH NAME
emacsclient \- tells a running Emacs to visit a file emacsclient \- tells a running Emacs to visit a file
.SH SYNOPSIS .SH SYNOPSIS
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...@@ -36249,7 +36249,7 @@ keystrokes are not listed in this summary. ...@@ -36249,7 +36249,7 @@ keystrokes are not listed in this summary.
@c @c
@r{ @: j + @:formula @: 27 @:calc-sel-add-both-sides@:} @r{ @: j + @:formula @: 27 @:calc-sel-add-both-sides@:}
@r{ @: j - @:formula @: 27 @:calc-sel-sub-both-sides@:} @r{ @: j - @:formula @: 27 @:calc-sel-sub-both-sides@:}
@r{ @: j * @:formula @: 27 @:calc-sel-mul-both-sides@:} @r{ @: j * @:formula @: 27 @:calc-sel-mult-both-sides@:}
@r{ @: j / @:formula @: 27 @:calc-sel-div-both-sides@:} @r{ @: j / @:formula @: 27 @:calc-sel-div-both-sides@:}
@r{ @: j & @: @: 27 @:calc-sel-invert@:} @r{ @: j & @: @: 27 @:calc-sel-invert@:}
...@@ -851,7 +851,7 @@ since. ...@@ -851,7 +851,7 @@ since.
Make it so that the Lisp command on the right of the pipe is repeatedly Make it so that the Lisp command on the right of the pipe is repeatedly
called with the input strings as arguments. This will require changing called with the input strings as arguments. This will require changing
@code{eshell-do-pipeline} to handle non-process targets. @code{eshell-do-pipelines} to handle non-process targets.
@item Input redirection is not supported @item Input redirection is not supported
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...@@ -4442,7 +4442,7 @@ generated. It may be used to modify the buffer in some strange, ...@@ -4442,7 +4442,7 @@ generated. It may be used to modify the buffer in some strange,
unnatural way. unnatural way.
@item gnus-group-prepared-hook @item gnus-group-prepared-hook
@vindex gnus-group-prepare-hook @vindex gnus-group-prepared-hook
is called as the very last thing after the group buffer has been is called as the very last thing after the group buffer has been
generated. It may be used to move point around, for instance. generated. It may be used to move point around, for instance.
...@@ -17993,7 +17993,7 @@ supports Imenu menus. Enable it with a mode hook as follows: ...@@ -17993,7 +17993,7 @@ supports Imenu menus. Enable it with a mode hook as follows:
@end lisp @end lisp
@vindex org-imenu-depth @vindex org-imenu-depth
By default the Imenu index is two levels deep. Change the index depth using By default the Imenu index is two levels deep. Change the index depth using
thes variable, @code{org-imenu-depth}. the variable @code{org-imenu-depth}.
@item @file{speedbar.el} by Eric M. Ludlam @item @file{speedbar.el} by Eric M. Ludlam
@cindex @file{speedbar.el} @cindex @file{speedbar.el}
@cindex Ludlam, Eric M. @cindex Ludlam, Eric M.
...@@ -18067,7 +18067,7 @@ different replacement keys, look at the variable @code{org-disputed-keys}. ...@@ -18067,7 +18067,7 @@ different replacement keys, look at the variable @code{org-disputed-keys}.
@cindex @file{ecomplete.el} @cindex @file{ecomplete.el}
Ecomplete provides ``electric'' address completion in address header Ecomplete provides ``electric'' address completion in address header
lines in message buffers. Sadly Orgtbl mode cuts ecompletes power lines in message buffers. Sadly Orgtbl mode cuts ecomplete's power
supply: No completion happens when Orgtbl mode is enabled in message supply: No completion happens when Orgtbl mode is enabled in message
buffers while entering text in address header lines. If one wants to buffers while entering text in address header lines. If one wants to
use ecomplete one should @emph{not} follow the advice to automagically use ecomplete one should @emph{not} follow the advice to automagically
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...@@ -4618,7 +4618,7 @@ return the string to insert into the buffer. ...@@ -4618,7 +4618,7 @@ return the string to insert into the buffer.
@defopt reftex-cite-prompt-optional-args @defopt reftex-cite-prompt-optional-args
Non-@code{nil} means, prompt for empty optional arguments in cite macros. Non-@code{nil} means, prompt for empty optional arguments in cite macros.
When an entry in @code{reftex-cite-format} ist given with square brackets to When an entry in @code{reftex-cite-format} is given with square brackets to
indicate optional arguments (for example @samp{\\cite[][]@{%l@}}), RefTeX can indicate optional arguments (for example @samp{\\cite[][]@{%l@}}), RefTeX can
prompt for values. Possible values are: prompt for values. Possible values are:
@example @example
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...@@ -127,7 +127,7 @@ bindings to manage Sieve scripts remotely. @xref{Managing Sieve}. ...@@ -127,7 +127,7 @@ bindings to manage Sieve scripts remotely. @xref{Managing Sieve}.
@kindex C-c RET @kindex C-c RET
@findex sieve-manage @findex sieve-manage
@cindex manage remote sieve script @cindex manage remote sieve script
Open a connection to a remote server using the Managesieve protocol. Open a connection to a remote server using the Manage Sieve protocol.
@item C-c C-l @item C-c C-l
@kindex C-c C-l @kindex C-c C-l
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...@@ -1474,7 +1474,7 @@ to write your own function in order to provide your dictionaries with ...@@ -1474,7 +1474,7 @@ to write your own function in order to provide your dictionaries with
the values needed for custom templates. the values needed for custom templates.
In this way, you can build your own code generator for any language In this way, you can build your own code generator for any language
based on a set of predefined macros whos values you need to derive based on a set of predefined macros whose values you need to derive
from Emacs Lisp code yourself. from Emacs Lisp code yourself.
For example: For example:
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...@@ -300,7 +300,7 @@ into a buffer, and then deletes the temporary file. ...@@ -300,7 +300,7 @@ into a buffer, and then deletes the temporary file.
@item @item
Edit, modify, change the buffer contents as normal, and then save the Edit, modify, change the buffer contents as normal, and then save the
buffer wth @kbd{C-x C-s}. buffer with @kbd{C-x C-s}.
@item @item
@value{tramp} transfers the buffer contents to the remote host in @value{tramp} transfers the buffer contents to the remote host in
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...@@ -1335,7 +1335,7 @@ The User Agent string used for sending @acronym{HTTP}/@acronym{HTTPS} ...@@ -1335,7 +1335,7 @@ The User Agent string used for sending @acronym{HTTP}/@acronym{HTTPS}
requests. The value should be @code{nil}, which means that no requests. The value should be @code{nil}, which means that no
@samp{User-Agent} header is generated, @code{default}, which means @samp{User-Agent} header is generated, @code{default}, which means
that a string is generated based on the setting of that a string is generated based on the setting of
@code{url-privacy-leve}, a string or a function of no arguments that @code{url-privacy-level}, a string or a function of no arguments that
returns a string. returns a string.
The default is @code{default}, which means that the The default is @code{default}, which means that the
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...@@ -734,7 +734,7 @@ operator on the first line of the statement. Here is the lisp code ...@@ -734,7 +734,7 @@ operator on the first line of the statement. Here is the lisp code
Custom indent functions take a single argument, which is a syntactic Custom indent functions take a single argument, which is a syntactic
component cons cell (see @ref{Syntactic Analysis}). The component cons cell (see @ref{Syntactic Analysis}). The
function returns an integer offset value that will be added to the function returns an integer offset value that will be added to the
running total indentation for the lne. Note that what actually gets running total indentation for the line. Note that what actually gets
returned is the difference between the column that the signal assignment returned is the difference between the column that the signal assignment
operator is on, and the column of the buffer relative position passed in operator is on, and the column of the buffer relative position passed in
the function's argument. Remember that VHDL Mode automatically the function's argument. Remember that VHDL Mode automatically
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