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Description: Fix some spelling issues
Author: Andreas Tille <tille@debian.org>
Last-Update: Mon, 01 Feb 2016 16:31:29 +0100

--- a/acelib/arraysub.c
+++ b/acelib/arraysub.c
@@ -171,7 +171,7 @@ Array uArrayReCreate (Array a, int n, in
     return  uArrayCreate(n, size, 0) ;
 
   if(a->size != size)
-    messcrash("Type  missmatch in uArrayRecreate, you should always "
+    messcrash("Type  mismatch in uArrayRecreate, you should always "
 	      "call recreate using the same type") ;
 
   if (n < 1)
--- a/Ace/Browser/AceSubs.pm
+++ b/Ace/Browser/AceSubs.pm
@@ -272,7 +272,7 @@ and the user must make a choice among th
 with an ordered list of the objects, and asked to click on one of
 them.
 
-The three arguements are:
+The three arguments are:
 
    $symbol   The keyword or query string the user was searching
              on, undef if none.
--- a/Ace/Object.pm
+++ b/Ace/Object.pm
@@ -1227,7 +1227,7 @@ Alternatively, you may provide the name
 case just the named portion of the subtree in the followed objects
 will be filled (v.g.)
 
-For backward compatability, if follow() is called without any
+For backward compatibility, if follow() is called without any
 arguments, it will act like fetch().
 
 =head2 pick() method
--- a/Ace/Sequence/Feature.pm
+++ b/Ace/Sequence/Feature.pm
@@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ sub tag2ace {
     return $class->new(Text=>$data[0]) if $tag eq 'Note';
 
     # for homols, we create the indicated Protein or Sequence object
-    # then generate a bogus Homology object (for future compatability??)
+    # then generate a bogus Homology object (for future compatibility??)
     if ($tag eq 'Target') {
 	my ($objname,$start,$end) = @data;
 	my ($classe,$name) = $objname =~ /^(\w+):(.+)/;
--- a/Ace/Sequence.pm
+++ b/Ace/Sequence.pm
@@ -1147,7 +1147,7 @@ Sequence object (usually a cosmid sequen
 
 If a reference sequence was provided when the I<Ace::Sequence> was
 created, it will be used by default to set the coordinate system.
-Relative coordinates can be reenabled by providing a false value to
+Relative coordinates can be re-enabled by providing a false value to
 B<-abs>.  
 
 Ordinarily the coordinate system manipulations automatically "do what