Commit fe3c5669 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

Spelling fixes.

parent ac6b1f81
......@@ -514,7 +514,7 @@
045A S-0790 # CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER NJE
045B S-0791 # CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER TSHE (Serbocroatian)
045C S-0792 # CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER KJE
045E S-0793 # CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER SHORT U (Byalorussian)
045E S-0793 # CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER SHORT U (Byelorussian)
045F S-0794 # CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER DZHE
2010 0-0130 1-0130 2-0130 # HYPHEN
2014 0-0129 1-0129 2-0129 # EM DASH
......
......@@ -64,13 +64,13 @@ It is a way for multiple applications to share a single configuration
@menu
* Overview:: Overview of the auth-source library.
* Help for users::
* Secret Service API::
* Help for developers::
* GnuPG and EasyPG Assistant Configuration::
* Index::
* Function Index::
* Variable Index::
* Help for users::
* Secret Service API::
* Help for developers::
* GnuPG and EasyPG Assistant Configuration::
* Index::
* Function Index::
* Variable Index::
@end menu
@end ifnottex
......@@ -182,7 +182,7 @@ Here's a mixed example using two sources:
If you don't customize @code{auth-sources}, you'll have to live with
the defaults: any host and any port are looked up in the netrc
file @code{~/.authinfo.gpg}, which is a GnuPG encrypted file
(@pxref{GnuPG and EasyPG Assistant Configuration}).
(@pxref{GnuPG and EasyPG Assistant Configuration}).
If that fails, the unencrypted netrc files @code{~/.authinfo} and
@code{~/.netrc} will be used.
......@@ -340,7 +340,7 @@ If you are using earlier versions of Emacs, you will need:
@end lisp
If you want your GnuPG passwords to be cached, set up @code{gpg-agent}
or EasyPG Assitant
or EasyPG Assistant
(@pxref{Caching Passphrases, , Caching Passphrases, epa}).
To quick start, here are some questions:
......
......@@ -1001,7 +1001,7 @@ press @kbd{^} from the Group buffer to see it. In the Server buffer,
you can press @kbd{RET} on a defined server to see all the groups it
serves (subscribed or not!). You can also add or delete servers, edit
a foreign server's definition, agentize or de-agentize a server, and
do many other neat things. @xref{Server Buffer}.
do many other neat things. @xref{Server Buffer}.
@xref{Foreign Groups}. @xref{Agent Basics}.
@vindex gnus-select-method
......@@ -11805,7 +11805,7 @@ fit these criteria.
To use this, make sure that you have @code{w3m} and @code{curl}
installed. If you have, then Gnus should display @acronym{HTML}
automatically.
automatically.
......@@ -21078,8 +21078,8 @@ as well.
This chapter describes tools for searching groups and servers for
articles matching a query and then retrieving those articles. Gnus
provides a simpler mechanism for searching through articles in a summary buffer
to find those matching a pattern. @xref{Searching for Articles}.
provides a simpler mechanism for searching through articles in a summary buffer
to find those matching a pattern. @xref{Searching for Articles}.
@menu
* nnir:: Searching with various engines.
......@@ -21110,7 +21110,7 @@ interface.
The @code{nnimap} and @code{gmane} search engines should work with no
configuration. Other engines require a local index that needs to be
created and maintained outside of Gnus.
created and maintained outside of Gnus.
@node Basic Usage
......@@ -21150,7 +21150,7 @@ One more thing: individual search engines may have special search
features. You can access these special features by giving a prefix-arg
to @code{gnus-group-make-nnir-group}. If you are searching multiple
groups with different search engines you will be prompted for the
special search features for each engine separately.
special search features for each engine separately.
@node Setting up nnir
......@@ -21191,7 +21191,7 @@ named @code{home} you can use
@lisp
(setq gnus-secondary-select-methods
'((nnml "home"
'((nnml "home"
(nnimap-address "localhost")
(nnir-search-engine namazu))))
@end lisp
......@@ -21216,9 +21216,9 @@ could change this to
@node The imap Engine
@subsubsection The imap Engine
The @code{imap} engine requires no configuration.
The @code{imap} engine requires no configuration.
Queries using the @code{imap} engine follow a simple query language.
Queries using the @code{imap} engine follow a simple query language.
The search is always case-insensitive and supports the following
features (inspired by the Google search input language):
......@@ -21231,7 +21231,7 @@ operators must be written with all capital letters to be
recognised. Also preceding a term with a - sign is equivalent to NOT
term.
@item Automatic AND queries
@item Automatic AND queries
If you specify multiple words then they will be treated as an AND
expression intended to match all components.
......@@ -21264,7 +21264,7 @@ customize @code{nnir-imap-default-search-key}. For example to use
@node The gmane Engine
@subsubsection The gmane Engine
The @code{gmane} engine requires no configuration.
The @code{gmane} engine requires no configuration.
Gmane queries follow a simple query language:
......@@ -21278,11 +21278,11 @@ recognised.
@item Required and excluded terms
+ and - can be used to require or exclude terms, e.g. football -american
@item Unicode handling
@item Unicode handling
The search engine converts all text to utf-8, so searching should work
in any language.
@item Stopwords
@item Stopwords
Common English words (like 'the' and 'a') are ignored by default. You
can override this by prefixing such words with a + (e.g. +the) or
enclosing the word in quotes (e.g. "the").
......@@ -21345,7 +21345,7 @@ to get a group name. By default this is @code{$HOME/Mail}.
Using the namazu engine requires creating and maintaining index files.
One directory should contain all the index files, and nnir must be told
where to find them by setting the @code{nnir-namazu-index-directory}
variable.
variable.
To work correctly the @code{nnir-namazu-remove-prefix} variable must
also be correct. This is the prefix to remove from each file name
......@@ -21408,7 +21408,7 @@ this command periodically, say every four hours.
This engine is obsolete.
@node Customizations
@subsubsection Custimozations
@subsubsection Customizations
@table @code
......@@ -451,7 +451,7 @@ displays them, incorrectly, as separate from the modified glyphs.")
;; them, and the recipient's client is capable, they will get through,
;; though.
("_\"" "̈") ;; Centralised U+0308
("_\"" "̈") ;; Centralized U+0308
("_+" "̟") ;; Advanced U+031F
("_-" "̠") ;; Retracted U+0320
("_/" "ˇ") ;; Rising tone U+02C7
......
......@@ -194,7 +194,7 @@ Any other value is treated as t."
:tag "Column Formating"
(const :tag "No Formating" nil)
(const :tag "Column Alignment" t)
(const :tag "Separator Aligment" separator)
(const :tag "Separator Alignment" separator)
(const :tag "Column Padding" padding))
:group 'columns)
......
......@@ -2484,7 +2484,7 @@ Argument GOLD-BINDING is the Emacs function to be bound to GOLD <KEY>."
F10: Cut Rectangle
G-F10: Paste Rectangle
F11: ESC
F12: Begining of Line +----------+----------+----------+----------+
F12: Beginning of Line +----------+----------+----------+----------+
G-F12: Delete Other Windows | GOLD | HELP | FNDNXT | DEL L |
F13: Delete to Begin of Word | (PF1) | (PF2) | (PF3) | (PF4) |
HELP: Keypad Help |Mark Wisel|Desc Funct| FIND | UND L |
......
......@@ -1436,7 +1436,7 @@ like an INI file. You can add this hook to `find-file-hook'."
"REGDB_APPPATH"
"REGDB_BINARY"
"REGDB_ERR_CONNECTIONEXISTS"
"REGDB_ERR_CORRUPTEDREGSITRY"
"REGDB_ERR_CORRUPTEDREGISTRY"
"REGDB_ERR_INITIALIZATION"
"REGDB_ERR_INVALIDHANDLE"
"REGDB_ERR_INVALIDNAME"
......
......@@ -689,7 +689,7 @@ The following commands are available:
(dolist (key smime-keys)
(insert
(format "\t\t%s: %s\n" (car key) (cadr key))))
(insert "\nTrusted Certificate Authoritys:\n")
(insert "\nTrusted Certificate Authorities:\n")
(insert "\nKnown Certificates:\n"))))
(defun smime ()
......
......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with GNU Emacs. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
;;; Comentary:
;;; Commentary:
;; Functionalities
;; ---------------
......
......@@ -774,7 +774,7 @@ to their attributes."
(cons
(1+ (length "password"))
(mapcar
;; Atribute names have a leading ":", which will be suppressed.
;; Attribute names have a leading ":", which will be suppressed.
(lambda (attribute) (length (symbol-name (car attribute))))
attributes)))))
(cons
......
......@@ -764,7 +764,7 @@ because you will take care of it on the day when scheduled."
:group 'org-agenda-skip
:group 'org-agenda-daily/weekly
:type '(choice
(const :tag "Alwas show prewarning" nil)
(const :tag "Always show prewarning" nil)
(const :tag "Remove prewarning if entry is scheduled" t)
(integer :tag "Restart prewarning N days before deadline")))
......@@ -1388,13 +1388,13 @@ When nil, such items are sorted as 0 minutes effort."
(tags . " %i %-12:c")
(search . " %i %-12:c"))
"Format specifications for the prefix of items in the agenda views.
An alist with five entries, each for the different agenda types. The
keys of the sublists are `agenda', `timeline', `todo', `search' and `tags'.
An alist with five entries, each for the different agenda types. The
keys of the sublists are `agenda', `timeline', `todo', `search' and `tags'.
The values are format strings.
This format works similar to a printf format, with the following meaning:
%c the category of the item, \"Diary\" for entries from the diary,
%c the category of the item, \"Diary\" for entries from the diary,
or as given by the CATEGORY keyword or derived from the file name
%i the icon category of the item, see `org-agenda-category-icon-alist'
%T the last tag of the item (ignore inherited tags, which come first)
......@@ -1408,10 +1408,10 @@ contain two additional characters: a question mark just after the `%'
and a whitespace/punctuation character just before the final letter.
If the first character after `%' is a question mark, the entire field
will only be included if the corresponding value applies to the current
entry. This is useful for fields which should have fixed width when
present, but zero width when absent. For example, \"%?-12t\" will
result in a 12 character time field if a time of the day is specified,
will only be included if the corresponding value applies to the current
entry. This is useful for fields which should have fixed width when
present, but zero width when absent. For example, \"%?-12t\" will
result in a 12 character time field if a time of the day is specified,
but will completely disappear in entries which do not contain a time.
If there is punctuation or whitespace character just before the final
......@@ -1420,7 +1420,7 @@ the value is not empty. For example, the format \"%-12:c\" leads to
\"Diary: \" if the category is \"Diary\". If the category were be
empty, no additional colon would be inserted.
The default value for the agenda sublist is \" %-12:c%?-12t% s\",
The default value for the agenda sublist is \" %-12:c%?-12t% s\",
which means:
- Indent the line with two space characters
......@@ -1697,7 +1697,7 @@ For example, this value makes those two functions available:
(?C bulk-cut))
With selected entries in an agenda buffer, `B R' will call
the custom function `set-category' on the selected entries.
the custom function `set-category' on the selected entries.
Note that functions in this alist don't need to be quoted."
:type 'alist
:group 'org-agenda)
......@@ -5003,9 +5003,9 @@ See also the user option `org-agenda-clock-consistency-checks'."
"\\(-\\{1,3\\}\\(\\[.*?\\]\\)\\)?")) ; group 3 is second
(tlstart 0.)
(tlend 0.)
(maxtime (org-hh:mm-string-to-minutes
(maxtime (org-hh:mm-string-to-minutes
(or (plist-get pl :max-duration) "24:00")))
(mintime (org-hh:mm-string-to-minutes
(mintime (org-hh:mm-string-to-minutes
(or (plist-get pl :min-duration) 0)))
(maxgap (org-hh:mm-string-to-minutes
;; default 30:00 means never complain
......
......@@ -6481,7 +6481,7 @@ are CPerl, PerlStyle, GNU, K&R, BSD, C++ and Whitesmith.
The current value of style is memorized (unless there is a memorized
data already), may be restored by `cperl-set-style-back'.
Chosing \"Current\" style will not change style, so this may be used for
Choosing \"Current\" style will not change style, so this may be used for
side-effect of memorizing only. Examples in `cperl-style-examples'."
(interactive
(let ((list (mapcar (function (lambda (elt) (list (car elt))))
......
......@@ -1965,7 +1965,7 @@ Sets `gdb-thread-number' to new id."
(setq gud-running t)
;; GDB doesn't seem to respond to -thread-info before first stop or
;; thread exit (even in non-stop mode), so this is useless.
;; Behaviour may change in the future.
;; Behavior may change in the future.
(gdb-emit-signal gdb-buf-publisher 'update-threads))
;; -break-insert -t didn't give a reason before gdb 6.9
......
......@@ -3510,7 +3510,7 @@ STRING are replaced by `-' and substrings are converted to lower case."
menu-list))
(setq comp-alist (cdr comp-alist)))
(setq menu-list (nreverse menu-list))
(vhdl-menu-split menu-list "Compler")))
(vhdl-menu-split menu-list "Compiler")))
["Use Local Error Regexp"
(customize-set-variable 'vhdl-compile-use-local-error-regexp
(not vhdl-compile-use-local-error-regexp))
......
......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
;; This hack is mainly to show off the char table stuff.
;;
;; New entry points, `rot13', `rot13-string', and `rot13-region' that
;; performs Ceasar cipher encrypt/decrypt on buffers and strings, was
;; performs Caesar cipher encrypt/decrypt on buffers and strings, was
;; added by Simon Josefsson.
;;; Code:
......
......@@ -443,7 +443,7 @@ of master file."
(defvar test-dummy)
(defun reftex-index-info (file)
;; Return an index entry for the current match.
;; Carefull: This function expects the match-data to be still in place!
;; Careful: This function expects the match-data to be still in place!
(catch 'exit
(let* ((macro (reftex-match-string 10))
(bom (match-beginning 10))
......
......@@ -476,8 +476,8 @@ for modes derived from Text mode, like Mail mode."
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;; Section Decoration Adjusment
;; ============================
;; Section Decoration Adjustment
;; =============================
;;
;; The following functions implement a smart automatic title sectioning feature.
;; The idea is that with the cursor sitting on a section title, we try to get as
......
......@@ -257,7 +257,7 @@ request.")
(if (not (equal extra-headers ""))
(setq extra-headers (concat extra-headers "\r\n")))
;; This was done with a call to `format'. Concatting parts has
;; This was done with a call to `format'. Concatenating parts has
;; the advantage of keeping the parts of each header together and
;; allows us to elide null lines directly, at the cost of making
;; the layout less clear.
......
......@@ -1440,7 +1440,7 @@ The cdr of each alist element is the path-index / filename."
files))
(setq path-index (1+ path-index)))
;; Uniquefy topics:
;; Concate all lists with a single nconc call to
;; Concatenate all lists with a single nconc call to
;; avoid retraversing the first lists repeatedly -- dak
(woman-topic-all-completions-merge
(apply #'nconc files))))
......
......@@ -429,7 +429,7 @@ static Lisp_Object Vccl_program_table;
#define CCL_Extension 0x1F /* Extended CCL code
1:ExtendedCOMMNDRrrRRRrrrXXXXX
2:ARGUEMENT
2:ARGUMENT
3:...
------------------------------
extended_command (rrr,RRR,Rrr,ARGS)
......
......@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ static struct font_driver_list *font_driver_list;
/* Creaters of font-related Lisp object. */
/* Creators of font-related Lisp object. */
static Lisp_Object
font_make_spec (void)
......
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