Changeset 126075 for trunk/doc-new


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Timestamp:
Oct 3, 2014, 3:55:07 AM (4 years ago)
Author:
khindenburg@…
Message:

guide: fix spelling errors

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trunk/doc-new/guide/xml
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9 edited

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  • trunk/doc-new/guide/xml/installing.xml

    r122856 r126075  
    448448                            <link linkend="internals.configuration-files.macports-conf">macports.conf</link> file
    449449                            variable <varname>binpath</varname>. But changing this variable is for advanced users only,
    450                             and is not generally needed or recomended.</para>
     450                            and is not generally needed or recommended.</para>
    451451                    </note>
    452452                </listitem>
  • trunk/doc-new/guide/xml/internals.xml

    r112885 r126075  
    322322      the additional directory <filename>portfiles</filename> is used
    323323      temporarily for extracting stored Portfiles from the registry.
    324       Futhermore, access to the registry may be locked using the
     324      Furthermore, access to the registry may be locked using the
    325325      <filename>.registry.lock</filename> file with the
    326326      <computeroutput>registry::exclusive_lock</computeroutput> and
  • trunk/doc-new/guide/xml/macports.conf.xml

    r120904 r126075  
    434434
    435435    <para>This optional file specifies any variants you'd like to be invoked
    436     globally. If a variant specified ib this file is not supported by a given
     436    globally. If a variant specified in this file is not supported by a given
    437437    Portfile, the variant is simply ignored.</para>
    438438
  • trunk/doc-new/guide/xml/portfile-dependencies.xml

    r113979 r126075  
    139139    above applies. There are three types: <option>bin</option> for
    140140    programs, <option>lib</option> for libraries, and <option>path</option>
    141     for any installed file. File dependencies are specifed in the form:
     141    for any installed file. File dependencies are specified in the form:
    142142    <replaceable>&lt;type&gt;</replaceable>:<replaceable>&lt;filespec&gt;</replaceable>:<replaceable>&lt;port&gt;</replaceable>.</para>
    143143   
  • trunk/doc-new/guide/xml/portfile-keywords.xml

    r120904 r126075  
    111111        <para>A port's maintainers are the people who have agreed to take
    112112        responsibility for keeping the port up-to-date. Most ports have only a
    113         single maintainer, but some ports have two or more comaintainers. The
     113        single maintainer, but some ports have two or more co-maintainers. The
    114114        <literal>maintainers</literal> keyword lists the maintainers' email
    115         addresses, preferrably in the obfuscated form which hides them
     115        addresses, preferably in the obfuscated form which hides them
    116116        from spambots:</para>
    117117
  • trunk/doc-new/guide/xml/portfile-variants.xml

    r120904 r126075  
    145145    <para>Variant descriptions are strings, so one should take care not to put
    146146    whitespace between the brackets and the beginning and end of the variant
    147     description, and also not to use unnceccessary whitespace, unlike with
     147    description, and also not to use unnecessary whitespace, unlike with
    148148    port descriptions and long_descriptions.</para>
    149149  </section>
  • trunk/doc-new/guide/xml/portfiledev.xml

    r120904 r126075  
    197197        responsibility for keeping the port up-to-date. The
    198198        <literal>maintainers</literal> keyword lists the maintainers' email
    199         addresses, preferrably in the obfuscated form which hides them
     199        addresses, preferably in the obfuscated form which hides them
    200200        from spambots. For more, see the full explanation of the <link
    201201        linkend="reference.keywords.maintainers">maintainers keyword</link> in
  • trunk/doc-new/guide/xml/project.xml

    r123178 r126075  
    5252                <listitem><para>using the search bar that appears on each page</para></listitem>
    5353                <listitem><para>using <ulink url="https://trac.macports.org/search?portsummarysearch=on">the search page</ulink></para></listitem>
    54                 <listitem><para>browsing the list of <ulink url="https://trac.macports.org/report">categorised reports</ulink></para></listitem>
     54                <listitem><para>browsing the list of <ulink url="https://trac.macports.org/report">categorized reports</ulink></para></listitem>
    5555                <listitem><para>making an advanced search by constructing a <ulink url="https://trac.macports.org/query">custom query</ulink></para></listitem>
    5656            </itemizedlist>
     
    301301          &lt;portname&gt;</command> to find this). If multiple maintainers
    302302          are listed, enter the first maintainer's email address here and
    303           enter the remainining maintainers' email addresses in the
     303          enter the remaining maintainers' email addresses in the
    304304          <guimenu>Cc</guimenu> field. Exclude the email address
    305305          <email>openmaintainer@macports.org</email> if it appears.
     
    470470          <para>An account in the <ulink
    471471              url="https://trac.macports.org/">MacPorts Trac</ulink>,
    472             preferrably with the email address you want to use for your
     472            preferably with the email address you want to use for your
    473473            port.</para>
    474474        </listitem>
     
    488488        </listitem>
    489489        <listitem>
    490           <para>Expert knowldge of the software you want to maintain or
     490          <para>Expert knowledge of the software you want to maintain or
    491491            experience in <filename>Portfile</filename> programming. You can
    492492            pick those up along the way. Your knowledge about the software
  • trunk/doc-new/guide/xml/using.xml

    r124030 r126075  
    7777            <programlisting><prompt>$</prompt> <userinput>sudo port -d selfupdate</userinput></programlisting>
    7878
    79             <para>The output may give you an idea why the build failed. Look for the first occurances of
     79            <para>The output may give you an idea why the build failed. Look for the first occurrences of
    8080                <quote>error</quote>. If you cannot figure out what's wrong yourself, feel free to ask on the
    8181                <email>macports-users@lists.macosforge.org</email> mailing list and attach the output generated by
     
    9999            <para>The <option>sync</option> action performs a subset of <option>selfupdate</option>. It synchronizes the
    100100                ports tree, as does <option>selfupdate</option>, but it does not check for MacPorts upgrades. On OS X,
    101                 unless there is a special reason not to do so, you should alawys run <link
     101                unless there is a special reason not to do so, you should always run <link
    102102                    linkend="using.port.selfupdate">selfupdate</link>.</para>
    103103
     
    123123
    124124            <note>
    125                 <para>This command will only be availible in MacPorts version 2.4 and above.</para>
     125                <para>This command will only be available in MacPorts version 2.4 and above.</para>
    126126            </note>
    127127        </section>
     
    136136
    137137            <note>
    138                 <para> This command will only be availible in MacPorts version 2.4 and above.</para>
     138                <para> This command will only be available in MacPorts version 2.4 and above.</para>
    139139            </note>
    140140        </section>
     
    684684            <programlisting><prompt>$ </prompt><userinput>port -q contents <varname>&lt;portname&gt;</varname> | grep -E '/s?bin/'</userinput></programlisting>
    685685
    686             <para>The <option>-q</option> (quiet) flag supresses the header line in this case, but is not strictly necessary.</para>
     686            <para>The <option>-q</option> (quiet) flag suppresses the header line in this case, but is not strictly necessary.</para>
    687687
    688688            <para><option>contents</option> accepts:</para>
     
    10261026
    10271027            <para>A variant can only be invoked when a port is installed. After you have determined what variants
    1028                 a given port has, if any, you may install a port using the variant by specifying its name preceeded by
     1028                a given port has, if any, you may install a port using the variant by specifying its name preceded by
    10291029                a plus or minus sign on the command line, for example</para>
    10301030
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