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authorSergey Poznyakoff <gray@gnu.org.ua>2007-09-06 07:32:12 (GMT)
committer Sergey Poznyakoff <gray@gnu.org.ua>2007-09-06 07:32:12 (GMT)
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--- a/doc/mailfromd.texi
+++ b/doc/mailfromd.texi
@@ -988,3 +988,3 @@ Notice only the following major differences between 4.1 and 4.0:
@item Input files are preprocessed before compilation.
-@xref{Preprocessor}, for the description.
+@xref{Preprocessor}, for more information.
@@ -1055,3 +1055,3 @@ steps:
@code{set mailfrom_address @var{value}}. Refer to
-@ref{mailfrom_address}, for the detailed discussion of this variable.
+@ref{mailfrom_address}, for a detailed discussion of this variable.
@@ -1060,3 +1060,3 @@ steps:
@code{set ehlo_domain @var{value}}. Refer to
-@ref{ehlo_domain}, for the detailed discussion of this variable.
+@ref{ehlo_domain}, for a detailed discussion of this variable.
@@ -1083,3 +1083,3 @@ to the top of your script:
-@xref{Modules}, for the detailed description of the module system.
+@xref{Modules}, for a detailed description of the module system.
@@ -1096,3 +1096,3 @@ to the top of your script:
-@xref{Modules}, for the description of @acronym{MFL} module system.
+@xref{Modules}, for a description of @acronym{MFL} module system.
@@ -1608,3 +1608,3 @@ However, such syntax creates several ambiguities, so use it sparingly
if at all. We recommend to always use parentheses when calling a
-function; @xref{Cautions}, for the detailed analysis of of this syntax.
+function; @xref{Cautions}, for a detailed analysis of of this syntax.
@@ -1797,3 +1797,3 @@ operation with the remote @acronym{SMTP} server.
These three timeouts can be set using the following @dfn{pragmatic
-comments}@footnote{@xref{Pragmatic comments}, for the detailed
+comments}@footnote{@xref{Pragmatic comments}, for a detailed
description of pragmatic comments.} in the script file:
@@ -1985,3 +1985,3 @@ variables}, that are visible to all handlers and functions, and
or function where they are declared. For our purpose we need a global
-variable (@xref{Variables, Variable classes}, for the detailed description
+variable (@xref{Variables, Variable classes}, for detailed descriptions
of both kinds of variables).
@@ -2288,3 +2288,3 @@ provides the function @code{dbmap}, which takes two mandatory arguments:
@code{dbmap(@var{file}, @var{key})} (it also allows an optional third
-argument, see @ref{dbmap}, for the description of it). The first argument is
+argument, see @ref{dbmap}, for more information on it). The first argument is
the name of the @acronym{DBM} file where to search for the key, the second one
@@ -2875,3 +2875,3 @@ it. For example, if your filter script contains @samp{envfrom} and
@samp{envrcpt} handlers, export @samp{i} for @samp{envfrom}.
-@xref{Sendmail Configuration}, for the instructions on how to ensure
+@xref{Sendmail Configuration}, for instructions on how to ensure
it.
@@ -3044,3 +3044,3 @@ regular expression. For example:
i.e. exceptional conditions for which no handler was installed
-(@xref{Exceptions}, for the information on exceptions and on how to
+(@xref{Exceptions}, for information on exceptions and on how to
handle them). These errors mean that the programmer (i.e. you), made
@@ -3609,3 +3609,3 @@ established within this time, the corresponding probing function
returns temporary failure. The default value is
-@value{CONNECT-TIMEOUT}. @xref{SMTP Timeouts}, for the
+@value{CONNECT-TIMEOUT}. @xref{SMTP Timeouts}, for a
detailed description.
@@ -3627,3 +3627,3 @@ wait the given amount of time for the success of each @acronym{I/O} operation
with the remote @acronym{MX}. Default timeout is @value{IO-TIMEOUT}.
-@xref{SMTP Timeouts}, for the detailed description.
+@xref{SMTP Timeouts}, for a detailed description.
@@ -3708,3 +3708,3 @@ debugging @command{mailfromd}.
useful for locating the source of an error, especially in complex
-scripts. @xref{tracing runtime errors}, for the detailed description.
+scripts. @xref{tracing runtime errors}, for a detailed description.
@end deffn
@@ -3717,3 +3717,3 @@ These options control program privileges after startup:
Switch to this user's privileges after startup.
-@xref{Starting and Stopping}, for the discussion of
+@xref{Starting and Stopping}, for a discussion of
the privileges @command{mailfromd} runs under and the options that
@@ -3826,3 +3826,4 @@ syntax is:
Set the expiration interval for the database
-@var{dbname}. (@xref{time interval specification}, for the syntax of @var{interval}).
+@var{dbname}. (@xref{time interval specification}, for more
+information on @var{interval} syntax).
@end table
@@ -4101,3 +4102,3 @@ $f " last connected from " %last_ip ";"
-@xref{Concatenation}, for the description of this construct. You can
+@xref{Concatenation}, for a description of this construct. You can
easily see how various strings are interpreted by using
@@ -4135,3 +4136,3 @@ parentheses, left to right.}. Any back reference occurring within a
double-quoted string is replaced by the value of the corresponding
-subexpression. @xref{Special comparisons}, for the detailed
+subexpression. @xref{Special comparisons}, for a detailed
description of this process. Back reference interpretation is
@@ -4377,3 +4378,3 @@ __preproc__ @result{} "/usr/bin/m4 -s"
- @xref{Preprocessor}, for the information on preprocessor and its
+ @xref{Preprocessor}, for information on preprocessor and its
features.
@@ -6102,4 +6103,4 @@ and that it expires on Sunday, December 3d, at 10:56:12.
Of course, the rest of database management options are also valid
-for @acronym{DNS} database. @xref{Database Maintenance}, for the detailed
-discussion of these.
+for @acronym{DNS} database. @xref{Database Maintenance}, for more
+information on these.
@@ -6152,3 +6153,3 @@ database error occurs while attempting to retrieve the record,
@noindent
-@xref{Modules}, for the description of @acronym{MFL} module system.
+@xref{Modules}, for a description of @acronym{MFL} module system.
@end deftypefn
@@ -6179,3 +6180,3 @@ the function returns without reporting an error.
@noindent
-@xref{Modules}, for the description of @acronym{MFL} module system.
+@xref{Modules}, for a description of @acronym{MFL} module system.
@end deftypefn
@@ -6366,6 +6367,6 @@ in the format string are copied to the output without conversion.
Conversion specifiers are introduced by a @samp{%} character.
-@xref{Time and Date Formats}, for the detailed description of the
+@xref{Time and Date Formats}, for a detailed description of the
conversion specifiers. We recommend using single quotes
around @var{fmt} to prevent @samp{%} specifiers from being interpreted
-as @code{Mailfromd} variables (@xref{Literals}, for the
+as @code{Mailfromd} variables (@xref{Literals}, for a
discussion of quoted literals and variable interpretation within
@@ -6569,3 +6570,3 @@ interval in seconds. The function stores the number of seconds left to the end
of greylisting period in the internal variable
-@code{greylist_seconds_left}. @xref{Greylisting}, for the detailed
+@code{greylist_seconds_left}. @xref{Greylisting}, for a detailed
explanation.
@@ -6585,3 +6586,3 @@ explanation.
Returns the mail sending rate for @var{key} per
-@var{sample-interval}. @xref{Sending Rate}, for the detailed
+@var{sample-interval}. @xref{Sending Rate}, for a detailed
discussion.
@@ -7216,6 +7217,5 @@ Normally it is the domain portion of the @code{MAIL FROM} or
additional information in the same global variables, as
-@code{spf_check_host}. @xref{spf-globals, the list}, for the
-description of these. In addition, it sets the variable
-@code{spf_cached} to @samp{1} if cached data were used, or to @samp{0}
-otherwise.
+@code{spf_check_host}. @xref{spf-globals, the list}, for details.
+In addition, it sets the variable @code{spf_cached} to @samp{1} if
+cached data were used, or to @samp{0} otherwise.
@end deftypefn
@@ -7402,3 +7402,3 @@ catalog, set for the textual domain @var{domain}.
Additional functions for plural forms, gettext, GNU gettext
-utilities}, for the detailed discussion of the plural form handling in
+utilities}, for a discussion of the plural form handling in
different languages.
@@ -7437,3 +7437,3 @@ catalog, set for the current textual domain.
Additional functions for plural forms, gettext, GNU gettext
-utilities}, for the detailed discussion of the plural form handling in
+utilities}, for a discussion of the plural form handling in
different languages.
@@ -7449,3 +7449,3 @@ piece of code.
Enable debugging. The value of @var{spec} sets the debugging level.
-@xref{debugging level specification}, for the description of its format.
+@xref{debugging level specification}, for a description of its format.
@end deftypefn
@@ -7538,3 +7538,3 @@ simultaneously:
Enable tracing for a set of modules given in @var{module} argument.
-@xref{--trace-program}, for the description of its format.
+@xref{--trace-program}, for a description of its format.
@end deftypefn
@@ -7861,3 +7861,3 @@ done
-@xref{valid_domain}, for the description of this function. Its
+@xref{valid_domain}, for a description of this function. Its
definition follows:
@@ -8111,3 +8111,3 @@ characters (backslashes in particular) in double-quoted strings, or
use single-quoted strings to avoid having to do so
-(@pxref{singe-vs-double}, for the comparison of the two forms).
+(@pxref{singe-vs-double}, for a comparison of the two forms).
@@ -8873,3 +8873,3 @@ when its first argument is not a valid @acronym{IP} address.
An error occurred during the input-output operation. @xref{I/O
-functions}, for the description of functions that can signal this
+functions}, for a description of functions that can signal this
exception.
@@ -9471,3 +9471,3 @@ parameters in accordance with @var{format} and sends the resulting
string to the current log output (@pxref{Logging and Debugging}).
-@xref{String formatting}, for the description of @var{format}.
+@xref{String formatting}, for a description of @var{format}.
@@ -10066,3 +10066,3 @@ Set default @acronym{SMTP} domain. Overrides @samp{#pragma option ehlo}
(@pxref{pragma ehlo}). This option is
-deprecated@footnote{@xref{31x-400}, for the detailed description of
+deprecated@footnote{@xref{31x-400}, for a detailed description of
why it is deprecated.}: use @option{-v ehlo_domain=@var{string}} instead.
@@ -10077,3 +10077,3 @@ Same as @option{--domain}.
Set expiration intervals for all databases to the specified interval.
-@xref{time interval specification}, for the description of
+@xref{time interval specification}, for a description of
@var{interval} format. The option overrides @samp{#pragma option
@@ -10114,3 +10114,3 @@ Add the directory @var{dir} to the list of directories to be searched
for header files. This will affect the functioning of @code{#include}
-statement. @xref{include}, for the discussion of file inclusion.
+statement. @xref{include}, for a discussion of file inclusion.
@@ -10132,3 +10132,3 @@ lock-retry-timeout} (@pxref{pragma lock-retry-timeout}.
-@xref{time interval specification}, for the description of valid
+@xref{time interval specification}, for a description of valid
@var{interval} formats.
@@ -10146,3 +10146,3 @@ which you are advised to use instead (@pxref{pragma ehlo}). The
default is null return address (@samp{""}). This option is
-deprecated@footnote{@xref{31x-400}, for the detailed
+deprecated@footnote{@xref{31x-400}, for a detailed
description of why it is deprecated.}: use @option{-v
@@ -10223,3 +10223,3 @@ Set format to be used for timestamps in listings, produced by
@option{--list}. The @var{format} is any valid @code{strftime} format
-string, see @ref{Time and Date Formats}, for the detailed description.
+string, see @ref{Time and Date Formats}, for a detailed description.
The default @var{format} is @samp{%c} (@pxref{%c time format}). To
@@ -10242,3 +10242,3 @@ Assign @var{value} to the global variable @var{var}. The variable
must be declared in your startup script. @xref{overriding initial
-values}, for the detailed discussion of this option.
+values}, for a detailed discussion of this option.
@@ -10255,3 +10255,3 @@ values}, for the detailed discussion of this option.
-@xref{time interval specification}, for the format of @var{interval} value.
+@xref{time interval specification}, for information on @var{interval} format.
@@ -10301,3 +10301,3 @@ Show Sendmail macros used in the script file. The macro names
are displayed as comma-separated lists, grouped by handler names.
-@xref{Sendmail Configuration}, for the detailed description of this
+@xref{Sendmail Configuration}, for a detailed description of this
option and its usage.
@@ -10337,3 +10337,3 @@ Overrides @code{#pragma option stack-trace}, which you are advised to
use instead (@pxref{pragma stack-trace}). @xref{tracing runtime
-errors}, for the detailed description of this feature.
+errors}, for more information on this feature.

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