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[PATCH] Minor documentation typos

From: Øyvind A. Holm <sunny_at_sunbase.org>
Date: 2004-05-27 02:57:05 CEST

Index: doc/book/book/ch00.xml
--- doc/book/book/ch00.xml (revision 9893)
+++ doc/book/book/ch00.xml (working copy)
@@ -132,7 +132,7 @@
           <para>Whether you're a user or administrator, eventually
             your project will grow larger. You're going to want to
             learn how to do more advanced things with Subversion, such
- as how to use branches and perform mergees (chapter 4),
+ as how to use branches and perform merges (chapter 4),
             how to use Subversion's property support, how to configure
             runtime options (chapter 7), and other things. Chapters 4
             and 7 aren't vital at first, but be sure to read them once
Index: doc/book/book/ch05.xml
--- doc/book/book/ch05.xml (revision 9893)
+++ doc/book/book/ch05.xml (working copy)
@@ -1072,7 +1072,7 @@
           dump data, and <command>svnadmin load</command> to populate
           a new repository with it (see <xref
           linkend="svn-ch-5-sect-3.5"/>). The great thing about the
- human-readibility aspect of the dump format is that, if you
+ human-readability aspect of the dump format is that, if you
           aren't careless about it, you can manually inspect and
           modify it. Of course, the downside is that if you have two
           years' worth of repository activity encapsulated in what is
@@ -2393,7 +2393,7 @@
         projects, you might want to arrange them in groups inside the
         repository, perhaps putting projects with similar goals or
         shared code in the same subdirectory, or maybe just grouping
- them alphabetically. Such an arrangment might look
+ them alphabetically. Such an arrangement might look
Index: doc/book/book/ch06.xml
--- doc/book/book/ch06.xml (revision 9893)
+++ doc/book/book/ch06.xml (working copy)
@@ -429,7 +429,7 @@
       <para>Make sure <quote>svnowner</quote> is a user which has
- appopriate permissions to access your repositories. Now, when
+ appropriate permissions to access your repositories. Now, when
         a client connection comes into your server on port 3690,
         <command>inetd</command> will spawn an
         <command>svnserve</command> process to service it. </para>
Index: doc/book/book/ch07.xml
--- doc/book/book/ch07.xml (revision 9893)
+++ doc/book/book/ch07.xml (working copy)
@@ -395,7 +395,7 @@
- <para>If host (or set of hosts) requries an SSL client
+ <para>If host (or set of hosts) requires an SSL client
                 certificate, you'll normally be prompted for a path to
                 your certificate. By setting this variable to that
                 same path, Subversion will be able to find your client
@@ -1790,7 +1790,7 @@
       not affect what gets checked out as an external (though the
       relative local target subdirectory will, of course, move with
       renamed directory). This can be confusing&mdash;even
- frustrating&mdash;in certain situtations. For example, if you
+ frustrating&mdash;in certain situations. For example, if you
       use externals definitions on a directory in your
       <filename>/trunk</filename> development line which point to
       other areas of that same line, and then you use <command>svn

Øyvind A. Holm
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