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Description: fix the word 'faliure'.
Author: Joao Eriberto Mota Filho <eriberto@debian.org>
Last-Update: 2016-08-27
Index: magicrescue-1.1.9/doc/dupemap.1
===================================================================
--- magicrescue-1.1.9.orig/doc/dupemap.1
+++ magicrescue-1.1.9/doc/dupemap.1
@@ -371,7 +371,7 @@ creates both a \fIdatabase\fR\fB.dir\fR
 \&\fBdupecheck\fR depends on a database library for storing the checksums.  It
 currently requires the POSIX-standardized \fBndbm\fR library, which must be
 present on XSI-compliant UNIXes.  Implementations are not required to handle
-hash key collisions, and a faliure to do that could make \fBdupecheck\fR delete
+hash key collisions, and a failure to do that could make \fBdupecheck\fR delete
 too many files.  I haven't heard of such an implementation, though.
 .PP
 The current checksum algorithm is the file's \s-1CRC32\s0 combined with its size.
Index: magicrescue-1.1.9/doc/dupemap.pod
===================================================================
--- magicrescue-1.1.9.orig/doc/dupemap.pod
+++ magicrescue-1.1.9/doc/dupemap.pod
@@ -246,7 +246,7 @@ creates both a I<database>B<.dir> and I<
 B<dupecheck> depends on a database library for storing the checksums.  It
 currently requires the POSIX-standardized B<ndbm> library, which must be
 present on XSI-compliant UNIXes.  Implementations are not required to handle
-hash key collisions, and a faliure to do that could make B<dupecheck> delete
+hash key collisions, and a failure to do that could make B<dupecheck> delete
 too many files.  I haven't heard of such an implementation, though.
 
 The current checksum algorithm is the file's CRC32 combined with its size.
Index: magicrescue-1.1.9/src/magicrescue.c
===================================================================
--- magicrescue-1.1.9.orig/src/magicrescue.c
+++ magicrescue-1.1.9/src/magicrescue.c
@@ -424,7 +424,7 @@ static int parse_recipe(const char *reci
 		     To add more operations:
 		     - Add another type to union param if you have to.
 		     - Define a test function like op_string that returns 1 on
-		       success and 0 on faliure.
+		       success and 0 on failure.
 		     - Add another "else if" clause here.  It must assign to
 		       op->func and to len.
 		     - The value assigned to len should be the maximum number of
Index: magicrescue-1.1.9/tools/mp3extract.pl
===================================================================
--- magicrescue-1.1.9.orig/tools/mp3extract.pl
+++ magicrescue-1.1.9/tools/mp3extract.pl
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
 use strict;
 
 # This script tries to decode the first part of the mp3 with mpg123, and if
-# that fails it will truncate the mp3 at that faliure point.
+# that fails it will truncate the mp3 at that failure point.
 # I could also use mp3_check, perhaps it is more correct. However, users are
 # not likely to have it installed.