Commit fac916bf authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert
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Spelling fixes.

parent 898169a2
......@@ -11634,7 +11634,7 @@ message/external-body @acronym{MIME} type.
@item r (Article)
@kindex r (Article)
Prompt for a file name, replace the @acronym{MIME} object with an
external body refering to the file via the message/external-body
external body referring to the file via the message/external-body
@acronym{MIME} type. (@code{gnus-mime-replace-part}).
 
@findex gnus-mime-delete-part
......@@ -30012,7 +30012,7 @@ this:
@node Score File Syntax
@subsection Score File Syntax
 
Score files are meant to be easily parseable, but yet extremely
Score files are meant to be easily parsable, but yet extremely
malleable. It was decided that something that had the same read syntax
as an Emacs Lisp list would fit that spec.
 
......@@ -12469,7 +12469,7 @@ block. E.g., @code{:results value html}.
Results assumed to be LaTeX and are enclosed in a @code{begin_latex} block.
E.g., @code{:results value latex}.
@item @code{code}
Result are assumed to be parseable code and are enclosed in a code block.
Result are assumed to be parsable code and are enclosed in a code block.
E.g., @code{:results value code}.
@item @code{pp}
The result is converted to pretty-printed code and is enclosed in a code
......
......@@ -524,7 +524,7 @@ your full name, you might want to set it to some pseudonym.
@item rcirc-authinfo
@vindex rcirc-authinfo
@cindex authentification
@cindex authentication
@cindex identification
@cindex nickserv
@cindex login
......@@ -547,7 +547,7 @@ And here are the valid method symbols and the arguments they require:
@table @code
@item nickserv
@cindex nickserv authentification
@cindex nickserv authentication
Use this symbol if you need to identify yourself as follows when
connecting to a network: @code{/msg nickserv identify secret}. The
necessary arguments are the nickname you want to use this for, and the
......@@ -558,7 +558,7 @@ pick a password for it. Contact @code{nickserv} and check out the
details. (Using @code{/msg nickserv help}, for example.)
@item chanserv
@cindex chanserv authentification
@cindex chanserv authentication
Use this symbol if you need to identify yourself as follows if you want
to join a particular channel: @code{/msg chanserv identify #underground
secret}. The necessary arguments are the nickname and channel you want
......@@ -569,7 +569,7 @@ the password to use. Contact @code{chanserv} and check out the details.
(Using @code{/msg chanserv help}, for example.)
@item bitlbee
@cindex bitlbee authentification
@cindex bitlbee authentication
Use this symbol if you need to identify yourself in the Bitlbee channel
as follows: @code{identify secret}. The necessary arguments are the
nickname you want to use this for, and the password to use.
......@@ -585,7 +585,7 @@ Bitlbee acts like an IRC server, but in fact it is a gateway to a lot of
other instant messaging services. You can either install Bitlbee
locally or use a public Bitlbee server. There, you need to create an
account with a password. This is the nick and password you need to
provide for the bitlbee authentification method.
provide for the bitlbee authentication method.
Later, you will tell Bitlbee about your accounts and passwords on all
the other instant messaging services, and Bitlbee will log you in. All
......
......@@ -1677,7 +1677,7 @@ Running processes on a remote host can be controlled by settings in
When the variable `file-precious-flag' is set, the success of a remote
file copy is checked via the file's checksum.
*** Passwords can be read from an authentification file.
*** Passwords can be read from an authentication file.
Tramp uses the package `auth-source' to read passwords from a file, if
necessary.
......
......@@ -5275,7 +5275,7 @@
(ses-calculate-cell, ses-update-cells): Use Dijkstra algorithm for
cycle detection.
(ses-self-reference-early-detection): New defcustom.
(ses-formula-references): Robustify against self-refering cells.
(ses-formula-references): Robustify against self-referring cells.
(ses-mode): Use ses-set-localvars.
(ses-command-hook): Add call to ses-initialize-Dijkstra-attempt
before lauching the update processing.
......
......@@ -8278,7 +8278,7 @@
2002-11-17 Markus Rost <rost@math.ohio-state.edu>
 
* speedbar.el (defgroup speedbar): Use group 'etags instead of
nonexisting group 'tags.
nonexistent group 'tags.
 
* emacs-lisp/re-builder.el: Add provide call.
 
......
......@@ -1744,7 +1744,7 @@
substitute-env-vars -- not quite shell compatible but better than
nothing.
(compilation-error-regexp-alist-alist): Simplify ftnchek to only
handle the newer versions messages, which are more parseable.
handle the newer versions messages, which are more parsable.
 
2004-11-22 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
 
......
......@@ -19176,7 +19176,7 @@
toggle-read-only.
 
* textmodes/bibtex.el (bibtex-format-entry): Handle error message
refering to a missing required field with the OPT prefix.
referring to a missing required field with the OPT prefix.
Make unwindform more robust.
 
* textmodes/bibtex.el: Remove support for hideshow minor mode as
......
......@@ -193,16 +193,16 @@ If DIRECTORY doesn't exist, create a new one."
(eieio-instance-tracker-find filename 'file 'semanticdb-database-list))
(defmethod semanticdb-file-directory-exists-p ((DB semanticdb-project-database-file)
&optional supress-questions)
&optional suppress-questions)
"Does the directory the database DB needs to write to exist?
If SUPRESS-QUESTIONS, then do not ask to create the directory."
If SUPPRESS-QUESTIONS, then do not ask to create the directory."
(let ((dest (file-name-directory (oref DB file)))
)
(cond ((null dest)
;; @TODO - If it was never set up... what should we do ?
nil)
((file-exists-p dest) t)
((or supress-questions
((or suppress-questions
(and (boundp 'semanticdb--inhibit-make-directory)
semanticdb--inhibit-make-directory))
nil)
......@@ -216,13 +216,13 @@ If SUPRESS-QUESTIONS, then do not ask to create the directory."
(defmethod semanticdb-save-db ((DB semanticdb-project-database-file)
&optional
supress-questions)
suppress-questions)
"Write out the database DB to its file.
If DB is not specified, then use the current database."
(let ((objname (oref DB file)))
(when (and (semanticdb-dirty-p DB)
(semanticdb-live-p DB)
(semanticdb-file-directory-exists-p DB supress-questions)
(semanticdb-file-directory-exists-p DB suppress-questions)
(semanticdb-write-directory-p DB)
)
;;(message "Saving tag summary for %s..." objname)
......@@ -243,7 +243,7 @@ If DB is not specified, then use the current database."
(t
;; @todo - It should ask if we are not called from a hook.
;; How?
(if (or supress-questions
(if (or suppress-questions
(y-or-n-p (format "Skip Error: %s ?" (car (cdr foo)))))
(message "Save Error: %S: %s" (car (cdr foo))
objname)
......
......@@ -227,7 +227,7 @@ it is in Emacs.")
"Non nil if this table needs to be `Saved'.")
(db-refs :initform nil
:documentation
"List of `semanticdb-table' objects refering to this one.
"List of `semanticdb-table' objects referring to this one.
These aren't saved, but are instead recalculated after load.
See the file semantic/db-ref.el for how this slot is used.")
(pointmax :initarg :pointmax
......@@ -657,7 +657,7 @@ The file associated with OBJ does not need to be in a buffer."
;;; SAVE/LOAD
;;
(defmethod semanticdb-save-db ((DB semanticdb-project-database)
&optional supress-questions)
&optional suppress-questions)
"Cause a database to save itself.
The database base class does not save itself persistently.
Subclasses could save themselves to a file, or to a database, or other
......
......@@ -246,8 +246,8 @@ And also manages services that depend on tag values."
;; NOTE ON COMMENTED SAFE HERE
;; We used to not execute the services if the buffer was
;; unparseable. We now assume that they are lexically
;; safe to do, because we have marked the buffer unparseable
;; unparsable. We now assume that they are lexically
;; safe to do, because we have marked the buffer unparsable
;; if there was a problem.
;;(when safe
(dolist (service semantic-idle-scheduler-queue)
......@@ -476,7 +476,7 @@ Does nothing if the current buffer doesn't need reparsing."
;; do them here, then all the bovination hooks are not run, and
;; we save lots of time.
(cond
;; If the buffer was previously marked unparseable,
;; If the buffer was previously marked unparsable,
;; then don't waste our time.
((semantic-parse-tree-unparseable-p)
nil)
......
......@@ -1704,7 +1704,7 @@ If there is no error, then the last value of FORMS is returned."
nil))))
;; Great Sadness. Assume that FORMS execute within the
;; confines of the current buffer only! Mark this thing
;; unparseable iff the special symbol was thrown. This
;; unparsable iff the special symbol was thrown. This
;; will prevent future calls from parsing, but will allow
;; then to still return the cache.
(when ,ret
......
......@@ -109,7 +109,7 @@ Only minor modes that are locally enabled are shown in the mode line."
(tail (or (memq elem minor-mode-alist)
(setq minor-mode-alist
(cons elem minor-mode-alist)))))
(setcdr tail (nconc locals (cdr tail)))))))))
(setcdr tail (nconc locals (cdr tail)))))))))
(defun semantic-desktop-ignore-this-minor-mode (buffer)
"Installed as a minor-mode initializer for Desktop mode.
......@@ -438,7 +438,7 @@ The state is indicated in the modeline with the following characters:
`-' -> The cache is up to date.
`!' -> The cache requires a full update.
`~' -> The cache needs to be incrementally parsed.
`%' -> The cache is not currently parseable.
`%' -> The cache is not currently parsable.
`@' -> Auto-parse in progress (not set here.)
With prefix argument ARG, turn on if positive, otherwise off. The
minor mode can be turned on only if semantic feature is available and
......@@ -524,7 +524,7 @@ This marker is one of the following:
`-' -> The cache is up to date.
`!' -> The cache requires a full update.
`~' -> The cache needs to be incrementally parsed.
`%' -> The cache is not currently parseable.
`%' -> The cache is not currently parsable.
`@' -> Auto-parse in progress (not set here.)
Arguments IGNORE are ignored, and accepted so this can be used as a hook
in many situations."
......
......@@ -991,7 +991,7 @@ Hands off to helper functions via `erc-call-hooks'."
(if (member (erc-response.command parsed-response)
erc-server-prevent-duplicates)
(let ((m (erc-response.unparsed parsed-response)))
;; duplicate supression
;; duplicate suppression
(if (< (or (gethash m erc-server-duplicates) 0)
(- (erc-current-time) erc-server-duplicate-timeout))
(erc-call-hooks process parsed-response))
......
......@@ -8442,7 +8442,7 @@
 
2002-07-21 Nevin Kapur <nevin@jhu.edu>
 
* nnmail.el (nnmail-fancy-expiry-target): Treat nonexisting
* nnmail.el (nnmail-fancy-expiry-target): Treat nonexistent
headers as empty headers.
 
2002-07-21 Jochen Hein <jochen@jochen.org>
......
......@@ -992,7 +992,7 @@ Setter function for custom variables."
'gnus-group-tool-bar-retro)
"Specifies the Gnus group tool bar.
It can be either a list or a symbol refering to a list. See
It can be either a list or a symbol referring to a list. See
`gmm-tool-bar-from-list' for the format of the list. The
default key map is `gnus-group-mode-map'.
......
......@@ -2835,7 +2835,7 @@ Setter function for custom variables."
'gnus-summary-tool-bar-retro)
"Specifies the Gnus summary tool bar.
It can be either a list or a symbol refering to a list. See
It can be either a list or a symbol referring to a list. See
`gmm-tool-bar-from-list' for the format of the list. The
default key map is `gnus-summary-mode-map'.
......
......@@ -7738,7 +7738,7 @@ Setter function for custom variables."
'message-tool-bar-retro)
"Specifies the message mode tool bar.
It can be either a list or a symbol refering to a list. See
It can be either a list or a symbol referring to a list. See
`gmm-tool-bar-from-list' for the format of the list. The
default key map is `message-mode-map'.
......
......@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ must never cause a Lisp error."
;; The most likely cause of an error is unbalanced parentheses
;; or double-quotes. If all parentheses and double-quotes are
;; quoted meaninglessly with backslashes, removing them might
;; make it parseable. Let's try...
;; make it parsable. Let's try...
(error
(let (mod)
(when (and (string-match "\\\\\"" string)
......
......@@ -3526,7 +3526,7 @@ variable PATH."
Here, we are looking for a command which has zero exit status if the
file exists and nonzero exit status otherwise."
(let ((existing "/")
(nonexisting
(nonexistent
(tramp-shell-quote-argument "/ this file does not exist "))
result)
;; The algorithm is as follows: we try a list of several commands.
......@@ -3551,22 +3551,22 @@ file exists and nonzero exit status otherwise."
(tramp-send-command-and-check
vec (format "%s %s" result existing))
(not (tramp-send-command-and-check
vec (format "%s %s" result nonexisting))))
vec (format "%s %s" result nonexistent))))
(and (setq result "/bin/test -e")
(tramp-send-command-and-check
vec (format "%s %s" result existing))
(not (tramp-send-command-and-check
vec (format "%s %s" result nonexisting))))
vec (format "%s %s" result nonexistent))))
(and (setq result "/usr/bin/test -e")
(tramp-send-command-and-check
vec (format "%s %s" result existing))
(not (tramp-send-command-and-check
vec (format "%s %s" result nonexisting))))
vec (format "%s %s" result nonexistent))))
(and (setq result (format "%s -d" (tramp-get-ls-command vec)))
(tramp-send-command-and-check
vec (format "%s %s" result existing))
(not (tramp-send-command-and-check
vec (format "%s %s" result nonexisting)))))
vec (format "%s %s" result nonexistent)))))
(tramp-error
vec 'file-error "Couldn't find command to check if file exists"))
result))
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