Commit ff729e3f authored by Štěpán Němec's avatar Štěpán Němec Committed by Eli Zaretskii

; bug#39779: Fix some typos in documentation.

parent 696ee02c
......@@ -3260,7 +3260,7 @@ that deletion fails for whatever reason, the child frame is made a
top-level frame.
Whether a child frame can have a menu or tool bar is window-system or
window manager dependent. Most window-systems explicitly disallow menus
window manager dependent. Most window-systems explicitly disallow menu
bars for child frames. It seems advisable to disable both, menu and
tool bars, via the frame's initial parameters settings.
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......@@ -1076,7 +1076,7 @@ package is only activated if all its dependencies have been).
Its format is a list of lists on a single line. The @code{car} of
each sub-list is the name of a package, as a symbol. The @code{cadr}
of each sub-list is the minimum acceptable version number, as a string
that can be parse by @code{version-to-list}. An entry that lacks a
that can be parsed by @code{version-to-list}. An entry that lacks a
version (i.e., an entry which is just a symbol, or a sub-list of one
element) is equivalent to entry with version "0". For instance:
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......@@ -858,7 +858,7 @@ is a buffer if the buffer-local value of the variable is being
changed, @code{nil} otherwise.
@end defun
@defun remove-variable-watch symbol watch-function
@defun remove-variable-watcher symbol watch-function
This function removes @var{watch-function} from @var{symbol}'s list of
watchers.
@end defun
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......@@ -3187,7 +3187,7 @@ For example:
(broken-reply-to . t))))
@end lisp
All clauses that matches the group name will be used, but the last
All clauses that match the group name will be used, but the last
setting ``wins''. So if you have two clauses that both match the
group name, and both set, say @code{display}, the last setting will
override the first.
......@@ -17880,7 +17880,7 @@ presence of 7 special headers. These headers are of the form
@code{X-Diary-<something>}, @code{<something>} being one of
@code{Minute}, @code{Hour}, @code{Dom}, @code{Month}, @code{Year},
@code{Time-Zone} and @code{Dow}. @code{Dom} means ``Day of Month'', and
@code{dow} means ``Day of Week''. These headers actually behave like
@code{Dow} means ``Day of Week''. These headers actually behave like
crontab specifications and define the event date(s):
@itemize @bullet
......@@ -30922,7 +30922,7 @@ description = <string>
Believe it or not, but some people who use Gnus haven't really used
Emacs much before they embarked on their journey on the Gnus Love Boat.
If you are one of those unfortunates whom ``@kbd{C-M-a}'', ``kill the
If you are one of those unfortunates to whom ``@kbd{C-M-a}'', ``kill the
region'', and ``set @code{gnus-flargblossen} to an alist where the key
is a regexp that is used for matching on the group name'' are magical
phrases with little or no meaning, then this appendix is for you. If
......@@ -739,9 +739,9 @@ stepping, you will see where the loop starts and ends. Also, examine
the data being used in the loop and try to determine why the loop does
not exit when it should.
On GNU and Unix systems, you can also trying sending Emacs SIGUSR2,
On GNU and Unix systems, you can also try sending Emacs SIGUSR2,
which, if 'debug-on-event' has its default value, will cause Emacs to
attempt to break it out of its current loop and into the Lisp
attempt to break out of its current loop and enter the Lisp
debugger. (See the node "Debugging" in the ELisp manual for the
details about the Lisp debugger.) This feature is useful when a
C-level debugger is not conveniently available.
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......@@ -7774,11 +7774,11 @@ also be Lisp expression evaluating to a string),
BUTTON: is the number of the regexp grouping actually matching the button,
FORM: is a Lisp expression which must eval to true for the button to
be added,
CALLBACK: is the function to call when the user push this button, and each
CALLBACK: is the function to call when the user pushes this button, and each
PAR: is a number of a regexp grouping whose text will be passed to CALLBACK.
CALLBACK can also be a variable, in that case the value of that
variable it the real callback function."
CALLBACK can also be a variable, in which case the value of that
variable is the real callback function."
:group 'gnus-article-buttons
:type '(repeat (list (choice regexp variable sexp)
(integer :tag "Button")
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......@@ -174,7 +174,7 @@ no effect when spam-stat is invoked through spam.el."
(defcustom spam-stat-score-buffer-user-functions nil
"List of additional scoring functions.
Called one by one on the buffer.
Called one by one on the buffer.
If all of these functions return non-nil answers, these numerical
answers are added to the computed spam stat score on the buffer. If
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