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[PATCH] fix typos in ch04.xml

From: Mason Thomas <mlt_svn_at_sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2003-11-18 06:41:41 CET


the following patch fixes some simple typos in the "Branches" chapter
(ch04) of the svn book.


Log message:

* doc/book/book/ch04.xml: fix typos

Index: ch04.xml
--- ch04.xml (revision 7725)
+++ ch04.xml (working copy)
@@ -198,7 +198,7 @@
       <para>And now the easier method of creating a branch, which we
- should have told you about in first place: <command>svn
+ should have told you about in the first place: <command>svn
         copy</command> is able to operate on two URLs.</para>
@@ -537,7 +537,7 @@
         decide that the merge was a bad idea altogether, simply give up
         and <command>svn revert</command> the local change.</para>
- <para>But assuming the you've reviewed the merged change, you can
+ <para>But assuming that you've reviewed the merged change, you can
         <command>svn commit</command> the change as usual. At that
         point, the change has been merged into your repository branch.
         In version control terminology, this act of copying changes
@@ -676,7 +676,7 @@
         merge all of your branch changes back into the trunk for
         others to enjoy. </para>
- <para>So how do we use the <command>svn merge</command> in this
+ <para>So how do we use <command>svn merge</command> in this
         scenario? Remember that this command compares two trees, and
         applies the differences to a working copy. So to receive the
         changes, you need to have a working copy of the trunk. We'll
@@ -743,7 +743,7 @@
       It never should have been committed. You can use <command>svn
       merge</command> to "undo" the change in your working copy, and
       then commit the local modification to the repository. All you
- need to do is do specify a <emphasis>reverse</emphasis>
+ need to do is to specify a <emphasis>reverse</emphasis>
@@ -1043,7 +1043,7 @@
       <para>Time to make a snapshot. Copying one URL to another won't
         work here. In this case, you want to make a snapshot of your
         exact working copy arrangement and store it in the repository.
- Luckily, the <command>svn copy</command> actually has four
+ Luckily, <command>svn copy</command> actually has four
         different uses (which you can read about in Chapter 8),
         including the ability to copy a working-copy tree to the

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