[WINEHQ] Assorted spelling fixes
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Tue Oct 4 04:22:28 CDT 2005
Francois Gouget <fgouget at free.fr>
Assorted spelling fixes
Francois Gouget fgouget at free.fr http://fgouget.free.fr/
A black hole is just God dividing by zero.
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retrieving revision 1.2
diff -u -p -r1.2 wn20050930_292.xml
--- wwn/wn20050930_292.xml 30 Sep 2005 01:35:34 -0000 1.2
+++ wwn/wn20050930_292.xml 4 Oct 2005 09:05:02 -0000
@@ -104,27 +104,27 @@ get wine to use ntlm_auth.
</p><p><u>Things that got done:</u><ul>
-<li> Base64 codec
+<li> Base64 codec<br/>
ntlm_auth was first designed as a helper for squid. Squid talks to
- it's helpers using base64, wine just had an encoder for it.</li>
+ its helpers using base64, wine just had an encoder for it.</li>
-<li> Code to run ntlm_auth
+<li> Code to run ntlm_auth<br/>
ntlm_auth doesn't store all the state information needed for the
protocol handshake, so some wrapping code was needed.</li>
<li> Code that implements the security support providers for NTLM and
To make the sspi functions behave properly, the api functions have to
do the right thing.</li></ul>
</p><p><u>Work still left to do:</u><ul>
-<li> Getting the code into cvs:
+<li> Getting the code into cvs:<br/>
While most of the code was already submitted to the wine-patches list,
a lot of it was still in need of improvements. I'm currently working
-<li> Getting more of the stubs to actually do something
+<li> Getting more of the stubs to actually do something.<br/>
While the code that exists so far can handle the basic NTLM and
Negotiate authentication, a lot of functions defined in the API still
@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ correctly, and when using samba 3, acces
the user running wine.
Real use of this code seems limited, as most use cases also use the
-schannel protocol, which isn't implmented yet. Juan Lang is working on
+schannel protocol, which isn't implemented yet. Juan Lang is working on
this, but needs to get more of crypt32 implemented for that.
I will continue to work on this, there's still a lot of providers to go.
@@ -147,7 +147,7 @@ I would like to use this summary to exte
DiBona for getting the whole Summer of Code set up.
Also, I'd like to thank you guys, particularly Juan, for the help I have
-recieved so far. It's really fun to work with the project, I hope to
+received so far. It's really fun to work with the project, I hope to
keep doing so for a while.
@@ -170,7 +170,7 @@ in Wine, which was done within a project
This is a small overview over what I've done:
-<li> All "non-standard" controls(those that are provided by comctl32, e.g.
+<li> All "non-standard" controls (those that are provided by comctl32, e.g.
Tabs) are themed and seem to work quite well so far.
<li> All standard controls except Buttons and Scrollbars are themed, though
@@ -204,14 +204,14 @@ so I guess I'll stick around a bit longe
<p>Have you downloaded a Wine RPM for Red Hat or Fedora lately? Hopefully
not. Vincent Béron has been pretty busy and hasn't been able to
-build any for a few months. As a result, we've got some stale RPM's
+build any for a few months. As a result, we've got some stale RPMs
on SourceForge. Michael Ost seems to be interested in stepping up and
building a recent version:</p>
<quote who="Michael Ost"><p>
Can someone who understands wine build issues review this RPM spec file
for me, please?
-The RPMs for Redhat 8 are getting pretty long in the tooth on the Wine
+The RPMs for RedHat 8 are getting pretty long in the tooth on the Wine
downloads page... dating back to May 24. I wanted to build a source RPM
to work with, so I modified the 20050524 spec file for 20050830.
@@ -221,7 +221,7 @@ tampering with issues beyond my grasp. D
spec file look ok (temporarily marked with "todo")? Any gotchas?
-<p> Apparently Vincent has spent some time on it apparently:</p>
+<p> Apparently Vincent has spent some time on it:</p>
<quote who="Vincent Beron"><p>
@@ -229,7 +229,7 @@ Anything missing?</p></quote>
is the spec file I'm using for 20050830 on RH8 (not finished
building on all other distributions yet).</p><p>
--sysconfdir is not needed anymore by configure (harmless if present).
-dlls/wineps had a installable file not installed by default (fixed since
+dlls/wineps had an installable file not installed by default (fixed since
then). See the diff for the rest of it, but your changes pretty much
@@ -260,7 +260,7 @@ undefined reference to __wine_call_from_
<p>Marcelo Duarte reported the quick fix:</p>
<quote who="Marcelo Duarte"><p>
- To fix the problem for me, instead of clean, I'd do the folowing command
+ To fix the problem for me, instead of clean, I'd do the following command
in wine tree:
@@ -329,7 +329,7 @@ items to the front page, so definitely f
when you think of things like that. How about WWN coverage instead?</li>
<li> CVS drops are just that - drops. They haven't been compiled on a
-bizillion systems or tested with real-world applications to ensure
+bazillion systems or tested with real-world applications to ensure
things aren't massively broken. Furthermore, no work was done to
stabilize the release other than normal bug fixes. Instead, it
represents a point in time where Alexandre ran the regression tests,
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