Commit f003f294 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

Spelling fixes.

parent 41bf0c48
......@@ -134,7 +134,7 @@ in a different location since it was dumped.
This function delays the initialization of @var{symbol} to the next
Emacs start. You normally use this function by specifying it as the
@code{:initialize} property of a customizable variable. (The argument
@var{value} is unused, and is provided only for compatiblity with the
@var{value} is unused, and is provided only for compatibility with the
form Custom expects.)
@end defun
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......@@ -1030,7 +1030,7 @@ for buffers with dead inferior processes has been generalized.
** The return value of `backup-buffer' has changed.
It is now a list of three elements, where the second element is a list
describing the original file's SELinux context. If Emacs or the
system lacks SELinux cupport, the context list is (nil nil nil nil).
system lacks SELinux support, the context list is (nil nil nil nil).
See the "Basic SELinux support" entry under "Changes in Emacs 24.1",
above.
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2012-03-09 Mohsen BANAN <libre@mohsen.1.banan.byname.net>
* quail/persian.el: Update which includes: (1) full compliance to
ISIRI-6219, forbiden characters were eliminated and missing
ISIRI-6219, forbidden characters were eliminated and missing
characters were added; (2) layer 3 of ISIRI-9147 is now
implemented with a '\' prefix; (3) double entry of characters
which were postfixed with 'h' is now supported; (4) lots of
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......@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
;; - (farsi-isiri-9149) Persian Keyboard based on Islamic Republic of Iran's ISIR-9147
;; - (farsi-transliterate-banan) An intuitive transliteration keyboard for Farsi
;;
;; Additional documentaion for these inpput methods can be found at:
;; Additional documentation for these input methods can be found at:
;; http://www.persoarabic.org/PLPC/120036
;;
......@@ -279,7 +279,7 @@ Based on ISIRI-9147 Layout of Persian Letters and Symbols on Computer Keyboards.
;; ISIRI-9147 Persian keyboard is generally not well suited for Iranian-Expatriates
;; working/living in the West.
;;
;; The qwetry keyboard is usually second nature to Persian speaking expatriates and they
;; The qwerty keyboard is usually second nature to Persian speaking expatriates and they
;; don't want to learn/adapt to ISIRI-9147. They expect software to adapt to them.
;;
;; That is what the ``Banan Multi-Character (Reverse) Transliteration Persian Input Method'' does.
......@@ -289,21 +289,21 @@ Based on ISIRI-9147 Layout of Persian Letters and Symbols on Computer Keyboards.
;; - can write in farsi (not just speak it).
;; - is fully comfortable with a qwerty latin keyboard.
;; - is not familiar with isir-9147 and does not wish to be trained.
;; - communicatates and writes in a mixed globish/persian -- not pure persian.
;; - communicates and writes in a mixed globish/persian -- not pure persian.
;; - is intuitively familiar with transliteration of farsi/persian into latin based on two letter
;; phonetic mapping to persian characters (e.g., gh ق -- kh خ -- sh ش -- ch چ -- zh ژ.
;;
;; This transliteration keyboard is designed to be intuitive such that
;; mapping are easy and natural to remember for a persian writer.
;; It is designed to be equivalent in capability to farsi-isiri-9147
;; and provide for inputing all characters enumerated in ISIRI-6219.
;; and provide for inputting all characters enumerated in ISIRI-6219.
;;
;; farsi-transliterate-banan is of course phonetic oriented. But it is very different from
;; pinglish. Pinglish is word oriented where you sound out the word with latin letters --
;; incuding the vowels. farsi-transliterate-banan is letter oriented where you enter the
;; including the vowels. farsi-transliterate-banan is letter oriented where you enter the
;; latin letter/letters closest to the persian letter. And usually omit vowels.
;;
;; For some persian characters there are multiple ways of inputing
;; For some persian characters there are multiple ways of inputting
;; the same character. For example both ``i'' and ``y'' produce ی.
;; For یک ``yk'', ``y'' is more natural and for این ``ain'', ``i'' is more natural.
;;
......@@ -317,7 +317,7 @@ Based on ISIRI-9147 Layout of Persian Letters and Symbols on Computer Keyboards.
;;
;;
;; Prefix letter \ is used for two character inputs when an alternate form of a letter
;; is desired for exampe \% is: ‌÷ when % is: ٪.
;; is desired for example \% is: ‌÷ when % is: ٪.
;;
;; Prefix letter & is used for multi-character inputs when special characters are
;; desired based on their abbreviate name. For example you can enter &lrm; to enter the
......@@ -485,7 +485,7 @@ Based on ISIRI-9147 Layout of Persian Letters and Symbols on Computer Keyboards.
("$" ?\u0670) ;; (ucs-insert #x0670)ٰ named: الفِ مقصوره‌ی فارسی
;;;;;;;;;;; isiri-6219 Table 8 - Forbiden Characters -- جدول ۸ - نویسه‌هایِ ممنوع
;;;;;;;;;;; isiri-6219 Table 8 - Forbidden Characters -- جدول ۸ - نویسه‌هایِ ممنوع
;; ;; he ye (ucs-insert 1728) kills emacs-24.0.90
;; arabic digits 0-9
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......@@ -1516,7 +1516,7 @@ If SPEC is nil, return nil."
(apply 'set-face-attribute face frame
(if (eq face 'default)
;; For the default face, avoid making any attribute
;; unspecifed. Instead, set attributes to default values
;; unspecified. Instead, set attributes to default values
;; (see also realize_default_face in xfaces.c).
(append
'(:underline nil :overline nil :strike-through nil
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......@@ -659,7 +659,7 @@ Fill in VALUES if based on an article."
" containing the word)\n"
" substring= to match words containing the substring\n"
" substring=N to match words containing the substring, allowing\n"
" up to N errors(mising/extra/different letters)\n"
" up to N errors(missing/extra/different letters)\n"
" ^substring= to match the substring at the beginning of a word.\n"))
(widget-insert
"Whitespace will be converted to ',' (i.e. AND). Use '/' for OR.\n\n")
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......@@ -236,7 +236,7 @@
(defun c-invalidate-macro-cache (beg end)
;; Called from a before-change function. If the change region is before or
;; in the macro characterised by `c-macro-cache' etc., nullify it
;; in the macro characterized by `c-macro-cache' etc., nullify it
;; appropriately. BEG and END are the standard before-change-functions
;; parameters. END isn't used.
(cond
......@@ -2163,7 +2163,7 @@ comment at the start of cc-engine.el for more info."
(make-variable-buffer-local 'c-state-semi-nonlit-pos-cache-limit)
;; An upper limit on valid entries in `c-state-semi-nonlit-pos-cache'. This is
;; reduced by buffer changes, and increased by invocations of
;; `c-state-literal-at'. FIMXE!!!
;; `c-state-literal-at'. FIXME!!!
(defsubst c-state-pp-to-literal (from to)
;; Do a parse-partial-sexp from FROM to TO, returning either
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