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Author: Andreas Tille <tille@debian.org>
Last-Update: Mon, 06 Jul 2015 14:07:11 +0200
Description: Fix some spelling issues in manpages

--- a/man/func/gl_get_line.in
+++ b/man/func/gl_get_line.in
@@ -510,8 +510,8 @@ system-wide configuration commands from
 configuration commands from an optional \f3\&.teclarc\f1 file in the
 user's home directory. Note that the arguments are listed in ascending
 order of priority, with the contents of \f3app_string\f1 being
-potentially overriden by commands in \f3app_file\f1, and commands in
-\f3app_file\f1 potentially being overriden by commands in
+potentially overridden by commands in \f3app_file\f1, and commands in
+\f3app_file\f1 potentially being overridden by commands in
 \f3user_file\f1.
 .sp
 You can call this function as many times as needed, the results being
@@ -636,7 +636,7 @@ completions without touching the input l
 option is selected by specifying a value of \f30\f1, and the
 latter by specifying a value of \f31\f1. The \f3name\f1
 argument specifies the name by which configuration files and
-future invokations of this function should refer to the
+future invocations of this function should refer to the
 action. This must either be the name of an existing
 completion action to be changed, or be a new unused name for
 a new action. Finally, the \f3keyseq\f1 argument specifies
@@ -809,7 +809,7 @@ The \f3max_lines\f1 must be either -1 to
 history list be saved, or a positive number specifying a ceiling on
 how many of the most recent lines should be saved.
 .sp
-Both fuctions return non-zero on error, after writing an error message
+Both functions return non-zero on error, after writing an error message
 to stderr. Note that \f3gl_load_history()\f1 does not consider the
 non-existence of a file to be an error.
 
@@ -834,7 +834,7 @@ but it can be changed subsequently by ca
 The integer identifier \f3id\f1 can be any number chosen by the
 application, but note that \f3gl_save_history()\f1 and
 \f3gl_load_history()\f1 preserve the association between identifiers
-and historical input lines between program invokations, so you should
+and historical input lines between program invocations, so you should
 choose fixed identifiers for the different types of input line used by
 your application.
 .sp
@@ -946,7 +946,7 @@ history list can be turned off by callin
 
 If this function is called with its \f3enable\f1 argument set to
 \f30\f1, \f3gl_get_line()\f1 won't automatically archive subsequently
-entered lines. Automatic archiving can be reenabled at a later time,
+entered lines. Automatic archiving can be re-enabled at a later time,
 by calling this function again, with its \f3enable\f1 argument set to
 1.  While automatic history archiving is disabled, the calling
 application can use the \f3gl_append_history()\f1 to append lines to
@@ -1008,7 +1008,7 @@ of the individual lines. For example, a
 store 10 lines of average length 100 bytes, or 2 lines of average
 length 50 bytes. Although the buffer is never expanded when new lines
 are added, a list of pointers into the buffer does get expanded when
-needed to accomodate the number of lines currently stored in the
+needed to accommodate the number of lines currently stored in the
 buffer. To place an upper limit on the number of lines in the buffer,
 and thus a ceiling on the amount of memory used in this list, you can
 call the \f3gl_limit_history()\f1 function.
@@ -1471,7 +1471,7 @@ or \f3-1\f1 if no signals were received.
 .sp
 On systems that support it, when a SIGWINCH (window change) signal is
 received, \f3gl_get_line()\f1 queries the terminal to find out its new
-size, redraws the current input line to accomodate the new size, then
+size, redraws the current input line to accommodate the new size, then
 returns to waiting for keyboard input from the user. Unlike other
 signals, this signal isn't resent to the application.
 .sp
@@ -1665,7 +1665,7 @@ longer input line, this will have the sa
 line that already contains part of the displayed input line.
 This doesn't do any harm, but it looks a bit ugly, which is
 why the \f3GL_SUSPEND_INPUT\f1 combination is better if you
-know that you are always going to be writting to the
+know that you are always going to be writing to the
 terminal.
 .sp
 The \f3after\f1 argument, which determines what
@@ -1942,7 +1942,7 @@ new dimensions of the terminal, and must
 systems that do support \f3ioctl(TIOCGWINSZ)\f1, this function first
 calls \f3ioctl(TIOCSWINSZ)\f1 to tell the terminal driver about the
 change in size. In non-blocking server-I/O mode, if a line is
-currently being input, the input line is then redrawn to accomodate
+currently being input, the input line is then redrawn to accommodate
 the changed size. Finally the new values are recorded in \f3gl\f1 for
 future use by \f3gl_get_line()\f1.
 .sp
@@ -2130,7 +2130,7 @@ to another program or redirected to a fi
 \f3def_width\f1 parameter is used as the terminal width.
 
 The \f3indentation\f1 argument specifies the number of characters to
-use to indent each line of ouput. The \f3fill_char\f1 argument
+use to indent each line of output. The \f3fill_char\f1 argument
 specifies the character that will be used to perform this indentation.
 
 The \f3prefix\f1 argument can either be \f3NULL\f1, or be a string to
--- a/man/func/gl_io_mode.in
+++ b/man/func/gl_io_mode.in
@@ -374,7 +374,7 @@ configure the arguments of \f3select()\f
 calls to these functions, then the signal will not be seen by these
 functions, which will then not be aborted. If these functions are
 waiting for keyboard input from the user when the signal is received,
-and the signal handler arranges to redraw the input line to accomodate
+and the signal handler arranges to redraw the input line to accommodate
 a terminal resize or the resumption of the process, then this
 redisplay will be end up being delayed until the user hits the next
 key. Apart from puzzling the user, this clearly isn't a serious
--- a/man/misc/tecla.in
+++ b/man/misc/tecla.in
@@ -805,7 +805,7 @@ sections to list the default key-binding
 
 .SH DEFAULT KEY BINDINGS IN EMACS MODE
 
-The following default key bindings, which can be overriden by
+The following default key bindings, which can be overridden by
 the Tecla configuration file, are designed to mimic most of
 the bindings of the unix \f3tcsh\f1 shell, when it is in
 emacs editing mode.
--- a/man/func/cpl_complete_word.in
+++ b/man/func/cpl_complete_word.in
@@ -185,7 +185,7 @@ string of the start of the word that is
 equal \f3word_end\f1 if a zero-length string is being completed. The
 \f3suffix\f1 argument is the string that would have to be appended to
 the incomplete word to complete it.  If this needs any quoting
-(eg. the addition of backslashes before special charaters) to be valid
+(eg. the addition of backslashes before special characters) to be valid
 within the displayed input line, this should be included. A copy of
 the suffix string is allocated internally, so there is no need to
 maintain your copy of the string after \f3cpl_add_completion()\f1