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Fix some typos.

Štěpán Němec 8 years ago
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7 changed files with 45 additions and 45 deletions
  1. 8 8
      code/elisp/org-issue.el
  2. 15 15
      code/org-info-js/index.org
  3. 13 13
      org-contrib/org-protocol.org
  4. 1 1
      org-people.org
  5. 2 2
      worg-about.org
  6. 1 1
      worg-editing.org
  7. 5 5
      worg-setup.org

+ 8 - 8
code/elisp/org-issue.el

@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@
 ;;
 ;; Available functions:
 ;;
-;; `org-issue-new': File a news issue for current message Create a new
+;; `org-issue-new': File a new issue for current message.  Create a new
 ;;                  TODO in `org-issue-issue-file' below the headline
 ;;                  "New Issues" with keyword NEW.  If customization
 ;;                  variable `org-issue-message-flag' is non-nil and
@@ -129,7 +129,7 @@
 ;;                                   the message flag is removed.
 ;;
 ;; `org-issue-link-gmane' : An Org mode web link pointing to current
-;;                          message on gmane is pushed to killring and
+;;                          message on gmane is pushed to kill-ring and
 ;;                          clipboard.
 ;;
 
@@ -142,13 +142,13 @@
 (defcustom org-issue-message-flag 'issue
   "Flag that indicates an issue.
 Set this to nil if you do not want messages to be flagged.  The
-flag is added in removed by the functions `org-issue-new',
+flag is added or removed by the functions `org-issue-new',
 `org-issue-close',  and `org-issue-update'."
   :type 'symbol
   :group 'org-issue)
 
 (defun org-issue-replace-brackets (s)
-  "Return S with all square brackets replace by parentheses."
+  "Return S with all square brackets replaced by parentheses."
   (while (string-match "\\[" s)
     (setq s (replace-match "(" nil nil s)))
   (while (string-match "\\]" s)
@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ flag is added in removed by the functions `org-issue-new',
   s)
 
 (defun org-issue-get-msginfo ()
-  "Return cons with message id in car and subject in cdr."
+  "Return a cons with message id in car and subject in cdr."
   (cond
    ((eq major-mode 'wl-summary-mode)
     (org-issue-get-msginfo:wl))
@@ -181,7 +181,7 @@ flag is added in removed by the functions `org-issue-new',
 		 (format "%%%X" chr))) s ""))
 
 (defun org-issue-get-msginfo:gnus ()
-  "Return cons with message id in car and subject in cdr.
+  "Return a cons with message id in car and subject in cdr.
 Operates on Gnus messages."
   (let ((header (with-current-buffer gnus-summary-buffer
 		  (gnus-summary-article-header))))
@@ -194,7 +194,7 @@ Operates on Gnus messages."
        (mail-header-subject header))))))
 
 (defun org-issue-get-msginfo:wl ()
-  "Return cons with message id in car and subject in cdr.
+  "Return a cons with message id in car and subject in cdr.
 Operates on Wanderlust messages."
   (let* ((num (wl-summary-message-number))
 	 (ent (if (fboundp 'elmo-message-entity)
@@ -222,7 +222,7 @@ Operates on Wanderlust messages."
 (defun org-issue-link-gmane (&optional msginfo)
   "Return web link to gmane for current message.
 If called interactively, the link is also pushed to clipboard and
-killring."
+kill-ring."
   (interactive)
   (let* ((msginfo (or msginfo (org-issue-get-msginfo)))
 	 (gmane (format

+ 15 - 15
code/org-info-js/index.org

@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@
 * The Name of the Game
 
   org-info-js (subsequently called /the script/) implements part of Emacs Org-mode
-  in it's XHTML-exported files, allowing them to be rendered and browsed in a
+  in its XHTML-exported files, allowing them to be rendered and browsed in a
   linuxdoc/texinfo style.
 
   This documentation is one XHTML file, exported from one *.org file using a
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
 
 ** <<<Download>>>
 
-   - A list of Changes can be found [[file:changes.org][here]] (separat file).
+   - A list of changes can be found [[file:changes.org][here]] (separate file).
    - Download the [[file:org-info.js][minified version]] or the [[file:org-info-src.js][source code]].
    - Create the minified versions from the sources using the [[file:Makefile][Makefile]] and a
      little [[file:sed.txt][sed script]].
@@ -66,12 +66,12 @@
    + *plain view mode* ::
      This mode displays the entire file. In this mode the sections are foldable
      by clicking the headlines or pressing '=f=' (fold). The entire structure
-     of the document my be (un-)folded using '=F='. You may determin what's
-     visible on pageload.
+     of the document may be (un-)folded using '=F='. You may determine what's
+     visible on page load.
 
    + *presentation mode* ::
-     This mode displays sections one by as slides. Still
-     very rustic and experimental. Rick Moynihan embarked and we plan a separat
+     This mode displays sections one by one as slides. Still
+     very rustic and experimental. Rick Moynihan embarked and we plan a separate
      tool for presentations, but...
 
    The table of contents (*TOC*) is required, albeit it may be hidden (CSS). The TOC may
@@ -196,7 +196,7 @@
   you a list of shortcuts.
 
   The script always tries to keep the last selected section visible. This is
-  somewhat strange when scrolling, but really helpfull for keyboard navigation.
+  somewhat strange when scrolling, but really helpful for keyboard navigation.
 
   The TOC is handled specially, when hidden. If you press '=i=', the TOC is
   displayed. Any subsequent key press goes back to where you've been before. The
@@ -230,7 +230,7 @@
   | l / L / U | display HTML link / Org link / Plain-URL                |
   | v / V     | scroll down / up                                        |
 
-  Thanks Carsten, for this beautifull table!
+  Thanks Carsten, for this beautiful table!
 
 * Setup
   :PROPERTIES:
@@ -786,8 +786,8 @@ org_html_manager.setup ();
   If you're at the end of the presentation, a click does not trigger a
   warning. Same applies to a doubleclick when in the first section.
 
-  There is no plan to extend this feature very much. A better plan might be to
-  write a separate tool to handle slides.
+  There is no plan to extend this feature set very much. A better plan might
+  be to write a separate tool to handle slides.
 
 * History
 
@@ -796,11 +796,11 @@ org_html_manager.setup ();
 
   My first idea was to view some of my larger org files without scrolling. I
   wanted to have them paged just like texinfo or linuxdoc files. In February
-  2008 I came across Carsten Dominiks /ideas/ page
+  2008 I came across Carsten Dominik's /ideas/ page
   [[http://orgmode.org/todo.html]]. And I could not resist to write him some of my
   thoughts about this great emacs mode including some little ideas and
-  drawbacks. I don't know how, but it somehow these guys made me, lazy bone that
-  I am, write this little script as an apetizer of /web 3.0 in Org-mode/ (Phil
+  drawbacks. I don't know how, but somehow these guys made me, lazy bone that
+  I am, write this little script as an appetizer of /web 3.0 in Org-mode/ (Phil
   Jackson).
 
   I did and since some people really liked it, worked a bit more on it and added
@@ -816,13 +816,13 @@ org_html_manager.setup ();
 
   Very special thanks to Carsten Dominik, Bastien Guerry and Phil Jackson who
   have encouraged me to write and publish this little piece of (unfinished) work
-  and all the hundrets of hours they spent on this fantastic emacs mode called
+  and all the hundreds of hours they spent on this fantastic emacs mode called
   Org-mode and the export modules.
 
   Org is a new working experience for me and there is nothing comparable to
   working with emacs AND Org-mode.
 
-  An other big kiss to Gabi ([[http://www.emma-stil.de][www.emma-stil.de]]) for being so patient while I was
+  Another big kiss to Gabi ([[http://www.emma-stil.de][www.emma-stil.de]]) for being so patient while I was
   not working on our projects but playing with emacs.
 
   Thanks to Tobias Prinz for listening to my stupid JavaScript questions and all

+ 13 - 13
org-contrib/org-protocol.org

@@ -306,7 +306,7 @@ REGEDIT4
              the headline "=Notes="
     - '=%c=' :: will be replaced by an Org-link pointing to the location of the
              page you have been visiting when clicking on the link. The page
-             title will be the links description.
+             title will be the link's description.
     - '=%i=' :: will be replaced by the selected text in your browser window if
               any.
 
@@ -325,7 +325,7 @@ REGEDIT4
 # <<org-protocol-remember>>
 *** Org-protocol-remember
 
-    The =org-protocol-remember= handler is now obsolete.  How ever, the handler is
+    The =org-protocol-remember= handler is now obsolete.  However, the handler is
     still available for backward compatibility.  To use this handler, closely
     follow the setup for the current =org-protocol-capture= handler, and simply
     replace each occurrence of /capture/ with /remember/.
@@ -345,7 +345,7 @@ REGEDIT4
               "=org-protocol://remember://=" URLs.
     - '=%c=' :: will be replaced by an Org-link pointing to the location of the
              page you have been visiting when clicking on the link. The page
-             title will be the links description.
+             title will be the link's description.
     - '=%i=' :: will be replaced by the selected text in your browser window if
               any.
 
@@ -397,8 +397,8 @@ REGEDIT4
   and find a typo or have an idea how to enhance the documentation, simply click
   the bookmark and start editing.
 
-  There are to functions to help you filling =org-protocol-project-alist= with
-  valid contents. First of which is =org-protocol-create= that guides you through
+  There are two functions to help you fill =org-protocol-project-alist= with
+  valid contents. One possibility is =org-protocol-create= that guides you through
   the process. If you're editing an Org-mode file that is part of a publishing
   project in =org-publish-project-alist=, try
 
@@ -414,27 +414,27 @@ REGEDIT4
     local sources reside in =/home/user/example/=. While most of the URLs map
     directly to local file names by stripping URL parameters from the end and
     replacing the =:base-url= with =:working-diretory= and =:online-suffix= with
-    =working-suffix=, this might not work for rewritten URLs. It's common
-    practice, to serve all products in such a store through one file and rewrite
-    URLs, that do not match an existing file on the server.
+    =:working-suffix=, this might not work for rewritten URLs. It's common
+    practice to serve all products in such a store through one file and rewrite
+    URLs that do not match an existing file on the server.
 
     That way, a request to =http://example.com/print/posters-A4.html= might be
     rewritten on the server to something like
     =http://example.com/shop/products.php/posters-A4.html.php=, where
-    =/posters-A4-digital.html.php= is the so called path info. Note, that the
+    =/posters-A4-digital.html.php= is the so called path info. Note that the
     browser will not notice the rewrite.
 
     If you now click your =org-protocol://open-source://= bookmark, the handler
     will probably not find a file named
     =/home/user/example/print/posters-A4.html.php= and fail.
 
-    Or, even more simple, assume your browsing to =http://example.com/=. A file
+    Or, even more simple, assume you're browsing =http://example.com/=. A file
     named =/home/user/example/.php= is not likely to exist.
 
-    Since Org-mode commit =69b46e10aab3b2374ecbc1a963ba56e77102a9a4= from 15nth
+    Since Org-mode commit =69b46e10aab3b2374ecbc1a963ba56e77102a9a4= from 15th
     Nov. 2009, such an entry in =org-protocol-project-alist= may hold an
     additional property =:rewrites=. This property is a list of cons cells, each
-    of which maps a regular expression to a path, relative to the
+    of which maps a regular expression to a path relative to the
     =:working-directory=.
 
     Now map the URL to the path =/home/user/example/products.php= by adding the
@@ -456,7 +456,7 @@ REGEDIT4
    a regular expression, it maps =http://example.com/=, =https://example.com=,
    =http://www.example.com/= and similar to =/home/user/example/index.php=.
 
-   The =:rewrites= are searched as a last resort if, and only if no existing file
+   The =:rewrites= are searched as a last resort if and only if no existing file
    name is matched.
 
 * Other browsers

+ 1 - 1
org-people.org

@@ -699,7 +699,7 @@ Staff members of our instiute may have a personal page for CV-related informatio
 Org-mode works very well for this purpose when a suitable template is provided - instructions and all
 template files are [[http://www.nf.mpg.de/cv-howto/cv-en.html][online]].
 
-Carsten Dominik gave a guest talk our institute about [[http://www.nf.mpg.de/orgmode/guest-talk-dominik.html][Organizing a Scientist's Life and Work]] - very convincing.
+Carsten Dominik gave a guest talk at our institute about [[http://www.nf.mpg.de/orgmode/guest-talk-dominik.html][Organizing a Scientist's Life and Work]] - very convincing.
 
 My only remaining problem with Org-mode is to communicate properly
 my very own list of favorite features: it just takes too long to

+ 2 - 2
worg-about.org

@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ files.  Ever wanted to edit a [[file:org-tutorials/tables.org][table]] in a wiki
 outline structure in a wikipage?  Ever wanted to edit lists quickly?  Org
 lets you do this.
 
-Because Org-mode makes *beautiful* documents : it support links, font
+Because Org-mode makes *beautiful* documents: it supports links, font
 beautification, examples, etc.  And you can export those documents to
 HTML, LaTeX, or DocBook.
 
@@ -81,7 +81,7 @@ you have any questions about the site.
 The first thing you need to know is [[file:worg-git.org][how to use
 git for Worg]].
 
-The second thing you might be interested in are general advices and
+The second thing you might be interested in is general advice and
 conventions on how to [[file:worg-editing.org][let Worg grow]].
 
 If you're interested in knowing how Worg publishes itself as a website,

+ 1 - 1
worg-editing.org

@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ If you are using macros, please add them to =macros.setupfile=.
          icon used is different.
 
     - BeginBlindText ... EndBlindText :: creates a =<span></span>= element, that
-         greys out the text. Used for text, that is just there to fill paragraphs
+         greys out the text. Used for text that is there just to fill paragraphs
          to demonstrate text flow (see:
          [[file:./org-tutorials/images-and-xhtml-export.org]] for an example).
 

+ 5 - 5
worg-setup.org

@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ version. To do this, simply link to the file in the worg sources directory:
 - If the page in the git repository is =~/worg.git/path/to/file/file.org=,
 - Link like so: =http://orgmode.org/worg/sources/path/to/file/file.org=
 
-* Are there any writting conventions?
+* Are there any writing conventions?
 
   Please don't use [[http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/Specifying-File-Variables.html#Specifying-File-Variables][file variables]] in your org files.
 
@@ -64,14 +64,14 @@ version. To do this, simply link to the file in the worg sources directory:
   If you absolutely need code execution:
 
   - double-check there is no issue when exporting this file locally
-  - send [[mdl%20AT%20imapmail%20DOT%20org][me]] an email mentionning the file you want to export
-  - I will double-check it myself and manually export it if it's okay.
+  - send [[mdl%20AT%20imapmail%20DOT%20org][me]] an email mentioning the file you want to export
+  - I will double-check it myself and manually export it if it's okay
 
 * What software is available on Worg for Babel code execution?
 
-  If babel code execution work on your machine, it doesn't mean it will
+  If babel code execution works on your machine, it doesn't mean it will
   work on the orgmode.org server.  Here is the list of available
-  softwares on orgmode.org :
+  software on orgmode.org:
 
   | Software     |                    Version |
   |--------------+----------------------------|