Commit df2f79ee authored by Luc Teirlinck's avatar Luc Teirlinck
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Correct typos.

parent a17e377e
......@@ -414,8 +414,8 @@ file://@var{user}:@var{password}@@@var{host}:@var{port}/@var{file}
@end example
These schemes are defined in RFC 1808.
@samp{ftp:} and @samp{file:} are synonomous in this library. They
allow reading arbitary files from hosts. Either @samp{ange-ftp}
@samp{ftp:} and @samp{file:} are synonymous in this library. They
allow reading arbitrary files from hosts. Either @samp{ange-ftp}
(Emacs) or @samp{efs} (XEmacs) is used to retrieve them from remote
hosts. Local files are accessed directly.
......@@ -468,7 +468,7 @@ The form of a mailto URL is
@example
@samp{mailto:@var{mailbox}[?@var{header}=@var{contents}[&@var{header}=@var{contents}]]}
@end example
@noindent where an arbitary number of @var{header}s can be added. If the
@noindent where an arbitrary number of @var{header}s can be added. If the
@var{header} is @samp{body}, then @var{contents} is put in the body
otherwise a @var{header} header field is created with @var{contents}
as its contents. Note that the URL library does not consider any
......@@ -510,7 +510,7 @@ Similar to the @samp{news} versions.
@samp{snews} is the same as @samp{nntp} except that the default port
is :563.
@cindex SSL
(It is tunnelled through SSL.)
(It is tunneled through SSL.)
An @samp{nntp} URL is the same as a news URL, except that the URL may
specify an article by its number.
......@@ -940,7 +940,7 @@ This specifies the default server, it takes the form
where @var{version} can be either 4 or 5.
@end defopt
@defvar socks-password
If this is @code{nil} then you will be asked for the passward,
If this is @code{nil} then you will be asked for the password,
otherwise it will be used as the password for authenticating you to
the @sc{socks} server.
@end defvar
......@@ -1010,7 +1010,7 @@ opened by the URL library.
@c @cindex resolver, hostname
@c Some C libraries do not include the hostname resolver routines in
@c their static libraries. If Emacs was linked statically, and was not
@c linked with the resolver libraries, it wil not be able to get to any
@c linked with the resolver libraries, it will not be able to get to any
@c machines off the local network. This is characterized by being able
@c to reach someplace with a raw ip number, but not its hostname
@c (@url{http://129.79.254.191/} works, but
......@@ -1052,8 +1052,8 @@ The history `list' is actually a hash table,
strings. The times are in the format returned by @code{current-time}.
@defun url-history-update-url url time
This function updates the hsitory table with an entry for @var{url}
accessed at the gievn @var{time}.
This function updates the history table with an entry for @var{url}
accessed at the given @var{time}.
@end defun
@defopt url-history-track
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