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some fixes to foo.org

  thanks to Stephen Eglen for pointing out these typos
Eric Schulte 10 years ago
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@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ So now we have a more complicated file chain
 $$
 \begin{CD}
    \texttt{foo.org}
-   @>\texttt{Sweave}>>
+   @>\texttt{Org-mode}>>
    \texttt{foo.tex}
    @>\texttt{latex}>>
    \texttt{foo.dvi}
@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@ Next we did
 :   <<fig1plot>>
 : #+end_src
 
-In this code block the =:file fig1.pdf= header argumentindicates that
+In this code block the =:file fig1.pdf= header argument indicates that
 the block generates a figure.  Org-babel automagically makes a PDF
 file for the figure, and Org-mode handles the export to LaTeX.  The
 =<<fig1plot>>= is an example of "code block reuse".  It means that we
@@ -243,7 +243,7 @@ be able to get along without it.  Its virtues are
   discover an error.  Months of rework to do?  No!  Just fix the error
   and re-export.  One single problem like this and you will have all
   the time invested in Org-babel repaid.
-- This methodology provides dicipline.  There's nothing that will make
+- This methodology provides discipline.  There's nothing that will make
   you clean up your code like the prospect of actually revealing it to
   the world.
 

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