Package: quilt / 0.65-3

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Description: Manpage typo
--- a/quilt/header.in
+++ b/quilt/header.in
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 Print or change the header of the topmost or specified patch.
 
 -a, -r, -e
-	Append to (-a) or replace (-r) the exiting patch header, or
+	Append to (-a) or replace (-r) the existing patch header, or
 	edit (-e) the header in \$EDITOR (%s). If none of these options is
 	given, print the patch header.
 
--- a/doc/quilt.1.in
+++ b/doc/quilt.1.in
@@ -161,7 +161,7 @@
 well as the order in which it should be applied.
 
 The .pc/ directory contains some metadata about the current state of
-your patch serie. Changing its content is not advised. This directory
+your patch series. Changing its content is not advised. This directory
 can usually be regenerated from the initial files and the
 content of the patches/ directory (provided that all patches were
 regenerated before the removal).
@@ -208,7 +208,7 @@
 You may also want to add the "-E" option if you have issues with quilt
 not deleting empty files when you think it should. The documentation of
 GNU patch says that "normally this option is unnecessary", but when patch
-is in POSIX mode or if the patch format doesn't allow to distinguish
+is in POSIX mode or if the patch format doesn't allow one to distinguish
 empty files from deleted files, patch deletes empty files only if the
 -E option is given. Beware that when passing -E to patch, quilt will
 no longer be able to deal with empty files, which is why using -E is