WineHQ: A few typo fixes for WWN 186
fgouget at free.fr
Fri Sep 5 18:01:40 CDT 2003
A few typo fixes.
Francois Gouget fgouget at free.fr http://fgouget.free.fr/
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@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@
any comment welcomed!!
-(thanks to Dimi for his quick fixies on the listview control BTW)
+(thanks to Dimi for his quick fixes on the listview control BTW)
<p>Cool stuff! It will be interesting to see how this progresses.</p>
@@ -240,12 +240,12 @@
<p>Dimi described a process to facilitate this that could be done
in parallel with other work:</p>
<quote who="Dimitrie Paun"><p>
-All of which are good things to do, but I'm afraid we're bundeling
+All of which are good things to do, but I'm afraid we're bundling
things together unnecessarily. And this is no good -- we already
have velocity problems :)
Removing obsolete parameters is helpful with winecfg, because
-it can save a lot of work in building the GUI. But to separete the
+it can save a lot of work in building the GUI. But to separate the
tasks a bit more, I'd say we need a list of the parameters that
we want to be able to control through winecfg. The rest will
become part of a janitorial cleanup task.
@@ -257,8 +257,8 @@
can maintain a list of options with their current status, and
whether or not we need to change it from static -> dynamic, etc.
-Keeping these 3 task separate does not mean they will be lost
-and forgoten -- I volunteer to keep track of them independently.
+Keeping these 3 tasks separate does not mean they will be lost
+and forgotten -- I volunteer to keep track of them independently.
In fact, we'll get more work done this way, because different
people enjoy working on different bits. Defining exactly what
we want winecfg to do will help Mike get the job done faster.
@@ -340,7 +340,7 @@
of tests</a>. In addition to running the tests it packages up
the results to mail back to WineHQ. The two efforts are very
-complimentary but overlap slightly on the reporting format. Ferenc
+complementary but overlap slightly on the reporting format. Ferenc
preferred his format simply because he already had a parser to
examine the results. Jakob then asked,
<quote who="Jakob Eriksson">
@@ -373,7 +373,7 @@
<p>Todd Vierling submitted a patch for improving mmap behavior
<quote who="Todd Vierling"><p>
On NetBSD (upcoming 1.6.2, and 1.7/2.0-current), there is a new extension
flag MAP_TRYFIXED that essentially simulates current Linux mmap behavior:
@@ -437,7 +437,7 @@
<p>Everyone seemed to agree that for this specific instance, both
because the platform was NetBSD and that creating a run-time check
-would be difficult, not to having a run-time check would be acceptable.
+would be difficult, not having a run-time check would be acceptable.
Todd didn't feel it would be very limiting,
<quote who="Todd Vierling">
This is not a problem, as 99% of Wine users on NetBSD
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