INN commit: trunk (6 files)

INN Commit rra at isc.org
Sat Aug 15 07:02:37 UTC 2009


    Date: Saturday, August 15, 2009 @ 00:02:37
  Author: iulius
Revision: 8566

Typo:  occurance -> occurrence.

Modified:
  trunk/doc/config-syntax
  trunk/doc/pod/hook-perl.pod
  trunk/doc/pod/uwildmat.pod
  trunk/innd/art.c
  trunk/lib/uwildmat.c
  trunk/lib/wire.c

-----------------------+
 doc/config-syntax     |    2 +-
 doc/pod/hook-perl.pod |    2 +-
 doc/pod/uwildmat.pod  |    2 +-
 innd/art.c            |    2 +-
 lib/uwildmat.c        |    2 +-
 lib/wire.c            |    2 +-
 6 files changed, 6 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

Modified: doc/config-syntax
===================================================================
--- doc/config-syntax	2009-08-14 19:47:10 UTC (rev 8565)
+++ doc/config-syntax	2009-08-15 07:02:37 UTC (rev 8566)
@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@
 
 As seen above, groups may be nested.
 
-Multiple occurances of the same parameter in the parameter section of a
+Multiple occurrences of the same parameter in the parameter section of a
 group is an error.  In practice, the second parameter will take precedent,
 but an error will be reported when such a configuration file is parsed.
 

Modified: doc/pod/hook-perl.pod
===================================================================
--- doc/pod/hook-perl.pod	2009-08-14 19:47:10 UTC (rev 8565)
+++ doc/pod/hook-perl.pod	2009-08-15 07:02:37 UTC (rev 8566)
@@ -311,7 +311,7 @@
 headers of the article.  (Unlike the innd Perl filter, %hdr for the nnrpd
 Perl filter contains *all* of the headers, not just the standard ones.  If
 any of the headers are duplicated, though, %hdr will contain only the
-value of the last occurance of the header.  nnrpd will reject the
+value of the last occurrence of the header.  nnrpd will reject the
 article before the filter runs if any of the standard headers are
 duplicated.)  It also has access to the full body of the article in the
 variable $body, and if the poster authenticated via AUTHINFO (or if either

Modified: doc/pod/uwildmat.pod
===================================================================
--- doc/pod/uwildmat.pod	2009-08-14 19:47:10 UTC (rev 8565)
+++ doc/pod/uwildmat.pod	2009-08-15 07:02:37 UTC (rev 8566)
@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@
 A wildmat expression follows rules similar to those of shell filename
 wildcards but with some additions and changes.  A wildmat I<expression> is
 composed of one or more wildmat I<patterns> separated by commas.  Each
-character in the wildmat pattern matches a literal occurance of that same
+character in the wildmat pattern matches a literal occurrence of that same
 character in the text, with the exception of the following metacharacters:
 
 =over 8

Modified: innd/art.c
===================================================================
--- innd/art.c	2009-08-14 19:47:10 UTC (rev 8565)
+++ innd/art.c	2009-08-15 07:02:37 UTC (rev 8566)
@@ -924,7 +924,7 @@
                 ARTerror(cp, "Header line too long (%lu bytes)", length);
 
             /* Be a little tricky here.  Normally, the headers end at the
-               first occurrance of \r\n\r\n, so since we've seen \r\n, we want
+               first occurrence of \r\n\r\n, so since we've seen \r\n, we want
                to advance i and then look to see if we have another one.  The
                exception is the degenerate case of an article with no headers.
                In that case, log an error and *don't* advance i so that we'll

Modified: lib/uwildmat.c
===================================================================
--- lib/uwildmat.c	2009-08-14 19:47:10 UTC (rev 8565)
+++ lib/uwildmat.c	2009-08-15 07:02:37 UTC (rev 8566)
@@ -235,7 +235,7 @@
 
                Optimization: If the character after the * in the pattern
                isn't a metacharacter (the common case), then the * has to
-               consume characters at least up to the next occurance of that
+               consume characters at least up to the next occurrence of that
                character in the text.  Scan forward for those points rather
                than recursing at every possible point to save the extra
                function call overhead. */

Modified: lib/wire.c
===================================================================
--- lib/wire.c	2009-08-14 19:47:10 UTC (rev 8565)
+++ lib/wire.c	2009-08-15 07:02:37 UTC (rev 8566)
@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@
 
 /*
 **  Given a pointer to the start of the article, the article length, and the
-**  header to look for, find the first occurance of that header in the
+**  header to look for, find the first occurrence of that header in the
 **  article.  Skip over headers with no content, but allow for headers that
 **  are folded before the first text in the header.  If no matching headers
 **  with content other than spaces and tabs are found, return NULL.




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