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[PATCH] typo fixes


From: Adrian . Aichner
Subject: [PATCH] typo fixes
Date: 07 Jul 2001 11:51:20 +0200

Here's some more.

Best regards,

Adrian

doc/ChangeLog addition:

2001-07-07  Adrian Aichner  <address@hidden>

        * ChangeLog: Fix typos.
        * cvs.texinfo: Ditto.
        * cvsclient.texi: Ditto.


cvs Patch (cvs -f -z3 diff -u):

cvs server: Diffing .
cvs server: Diffing contrib
cvs server: Diffing contrib/elib
cvs server: Diffing diff
cvs server: Diffing doc
Index: doc/ChangeLog
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/ccvs/doc/ChangeLog,v
retrieving revision 1.681
diff -u -r1.681 ChangeLog
--- doc/ChangeLog       6 Jul 2001 17:39:32 -0000       1.681
+++ doc/ChangeLog       7 Jul 2001 09:45:41 -0000
@@ -37,8 +37,8 @@
 
 2001-06-22  Derek Price  <address@hidden>
 
-        * cvs.texinfo (checkout options): Fix transliteration typo in co
-        example.
+        * cvs.texinfo (checkout options): Fix transposition typo in co
+       example.
        (Patch from Adrian Aichner <address@hidden>.)
 
 2001-06-12  Larry Jones  <address@hidden>
Index: doc/cvs.texinfo
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/ccvs/doc/cvs.texinfo,v
retrieving revision 1.527
diff -u -r1.527 cvs.texinfo
--- doc/cvs.texinfo     6 Jul 2001 17:39:32 -0000       1.527
+++ doc/cvs.texinfo     7 Jul 2001 09:45:51 -0000
@@ -1284,7 +1284,7 @@
 user-visible behavior, see @ref{Concurrency}.  The
 following section is aimed at people who are writing
 tools which want to access a @sc{cvs} repository without
-interfering with other tools acessing the same
+interfering with other tools accessing the same
 repository.  If you find yourself confused by concepts
 described here, like @dfn{read lock}, @dfn{write lock},
 and @dfn{deadlock}, you might consult the literature on
@@ -2295,7 +2295,7 @@
 connection on the right port.  By default, the port
 number is 2401; it would be different if your client
 were compiled with @code{CVS_AUTH_PORT} defined to
-something else, though.  This can also be sepcified in the CVSROOT variable
+something else, though.  This can also be specified in the CVSROOT variable
 (@pxref{Remote repositories}) or overridden with the CVS_CLIENT_PORT
 environment variable (@pxref{Environment variables}).
 
@@ -4445,7 +4445,7 @@
 The exception to this rule occurs when
 a static tag has been attached to a dead revision manually.  Use the branch tag
 to merge all changes from the branch or use two static tags as merge endpoints
-to be sure that all intended changes are propogated in the merge.
+to be sure that all intended changes are propagated in the merge.
 
 @c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
 @node Merging and keywords
@@ -11111,7 +11111,7 @@
 Create a branch named @var{tag}.  See @ref{Branching and merging}.
 
 @item -B
-Used in conjuntion with -F or -d, enables movement and deletion of
+Used in conjunction with -F or -d, enables movement and deletion of
 branch tags.  Use with extreme caution. 
 
 @item -D @var{date}
Index: doc/cvsclient.texi
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/ccvs/doc/cvsclient.texi,v
retrieving revision 1.129
diff -u -r1.129 cvsclient.texi
--- doc/cvsclient.texi  28 Jun 2001 17:57:43 -0000      1.129
+++ doc/cvsclient.texi  7 Jul 2001 09:45:53 -0000
@@ -35,8 +35,8 @@
 information about who modified them and when, and so on.  People who
 wish to look at or modify those files, known as @dfn{developers}, use
 CVS to @dfn{check out} a @dfn{working directory} from the repository, to
address@hidden in} new versions of files to the repository, and other
-operations such as viewing the modification history of a file.  If
address@hidden in} new versions of files to the repository, and to perform
+other operations such as viewing the modification history of a file.  If
 developers are connected to the repository by a network, particularly a
 slow or flaky one, the most efficient way to use the network is with the
 CVS-specific protocol described in this document.
@@ -82,14 +82,14 @@
 @item
 Providing a reliable transport is outside this protocol.  The protocol
 expects a reliable transport that is transparent (that is, there is no
-translation of characters, including characters such as such as
-linefeeds or carriage returns), and can transmit all 256 octets (for
-example for proper handling of binary files, compression, and
-encryption).  The encoding of characters specified by the protocol (the
-names of requests and so on) is the invariant ISO 646 character set (a
-subset of most popular character sets including ASCII and others).  For
-more details on running the protocol over the TCP reliable transport,
-see @ref{Connection and Authentication}.
+translation of characters, including characters such as linefeeds or
+carriage returns), and can transmit all 256 octets (for example for
+proper handling of binary files, compression, and encryption).  The
+encoding of characters specified by the protocol (the names of requests
+and so on) is the invariant ISO 646 character set (a subset of most
+popular character sets including ASCII and others).  For more details
+on running the protocol over the TCP reliable transport, see
address@hidden and Authentication}.
 
 @item
 Security and authentication are handled outside this protocol (but see
@@ -205,7 +205,7 @@
 @samp{E} and/or @samp{error}.
 
 @item E @var{text}
-Provide a message for the user.  After this reponse, the authentication
+Provide a message for the user.  After this response, the authentication
 protocol continues with another response.  Typically the server will
 provide a series of @samp{E} responses followed by @samp{error}.
 Compatibility note: @sc{cvs} 1.9.10 and older clients will print
@@ -550,7 +550,7 @@
 @item Valid-responses @var{request-list} \n
 Response expected: no.
 Tell the server what responses the client will accept.
-request-list is a space separated list of tokens.
+request-list is a space-separated list of tokens.
 The @code{Root} request need not have been previously sent.
 
 @item valid-requests \n
@@ -880,6 +880,7 @@
 The @var{filename} is a file within the most recent directory sent with
 @code{Directory}; it must not contain @samp{/}.
 Additional data:
address@hidden APA: what about additional date?
 @example
 @var{notification-type} \t @var{time} \t @var{clienthost} \t
 @var{working-dir} \t @var{watches} \n
@@ -1373,7 +1374,7 @@
 @c lame terms (mostly because they are so awkward).  Any better ideas?
 The responses @code{Checked-in}, @code{New-entry}, @code{Updated},
 @code{Created}, @code{Update-existing}, @code{Merged}, and
address@hidden are refered to as @dfn{file updating} responses, because
address@hidden are referred to as @dfn{file updating} responses, because
 they change the status of a file in the working directory in some way.
 The responses @code{Mode}, @code{Mod-time}, and @code{Checksum} are
 referred to as @dfn{file update modifying} responses because they modify
@@ -1837,7 +1838,7 @@
 @c line breaks.  Any better solutions?
 @c Other than that, this exchange is taken verbatim from the data
 @c exchanged by CVS (as of Nov 1996).  That is why some of the requests and
address@hidden reponses are not quite what you would pick for pedagogical 
purposes.
address@hidden responses are not quite what you would pick for pedagogical 
purposes.
 
 @example
 C: Root /u/cvsroot
cvs server: Diffing emx
cvs server: Diffing lib
cvs server: Diffing macintosh
cvs server: Diffing man
cvs server: Diffing os2
cvs server: Diffing src
cvs server: Diffing tools
cvs server: Diffing vms
cvs server: Diffing windows-NT
cvs server: Diffing windows-NT/SCC
cvs server: Diffing zlib
cvs server: Diffing zlib/amiga
cvs server: Diffing zlib/contrib
cvs server: Diffing zlib/contrib/asm386
cvs server: Diffing zlib/contrib/asm586
cvs server: Diffing zlib/contrib/asm686
cvs server: Diffing zlib/contrib/delphi
cvs server: Diffing zlib/contrib/delphi2
cvs server: Diffing zlib/contrib/iostream
cvs server: Diffing zlib/contrib/iostream2
cvs server: Diffing zlib/contrib/minizip
cvs server: Diffing zlib/contrib/untgz
cvs server: Diffing zlib/msdos
cvs server: Diffing zlib/nt
cvs server: Diffing zlib/os2

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Adrian Aichner
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