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authorSergey Poznyakoff <gray@gnu.org>2019-08-26 23:14:28 (GMT)
committer Sergey Poznyakoff <gray@gnu.org>2019-08-26 23:14:28 (GMT)
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--- a/tpnotify
+++ b/tpnotify
@@ -808,7 +808,7 @@ The tool works as follows:
First of all, the indicated I<URL> is downloaded to a temporary location
on disk. The contents of the retrieved tarball is inspected. It must
-contain the file F<configure.ac> in the project toplevel directory and
+contain the file F<configure.ac> in the project top level directory and
one or more files with the B<.pot> suffix in the F<po> subdirectory.
These files are extracted. The F<configure.ac> is parsed in order to
@@ -869,13 +869,13 @@ enables a detailed printout of debugging information describing the mail
sending process.
The B<-n> (B<--dry-run>) option causes the program to verbosely print what
-is being done (as ig given the B<--verbose> option), but not actually send
+is being done (as if given the B<--verbose> option), but not actually send
the constructed message.
=head1 CONFIGURATION
-The default configration file is named B<.tpnotify> and is located in the
-current user home directory. I's OK if it does not exist. In this case
+The default configuration file is named B<.tpnotify> and is located in the
+current user home directory. It's OK if it does not exist. In this case
the tool will use the built-in defaults. Two command line options are
provided to alter that behavior. The B<-c I<FILE>> (B<--config=>I<FILE>)
option causes the program to read configuration file from I<FILE>. It
@@ -1015,7 +1015,7 @@ the invoking user.
=item $localdomain
Local domain name. It is the value of the command line option B<--domain>. If
-not present, the value of the configuration statemeot B<domain> is used. If
+not present, the value of the configuration statement B<domain> is used. If
that is not present either, then the local host name is used instead.
=item $signature
@@ -1034,7 +1034,7 @@ Name of the tarball. It is the last pathname component from I<URL>.
=item $topdir
-Project toplevel directory as seen in the downloaded tarball.
+Project top level directory as seen in the downloaded tarball.
=item $package_name
@@ -1159,7 +1159,7 @@ requires authentication.
=item B<-n>, B<--dry-run>
Don't actually send the message. Verbosely print what is being done (see
-the B<--verbose> option) and display the content of the message that whould
+the B<--verbose> option) and display the content of the message that would
have been sent.
=item B<--refile-method=>B<perl> | B<mailutils>
@@ -1243,7 +1243,7 @@ Configuration error.
=head1 BUGS
-If your temlate file contains an B<Fcc> header pointing to a B<MH> folder,
+If your template file contains an B<Fcc> header pointing to a B<MH> folder,
you will get the following message:
WARNING: Folder already locked with file <FILENAME>

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