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commit d9673857d8553dfa00809deb8b1bd485c478217e
parent 636469f555b0e95ed49cd30fcd0eb6136edff07b
Author: Frederic Cambus <fred@statdns.com>
Date:   Tue,  8 Sep 2020 12:49:46 +0200

Fix a couple of typos in various places.

Diffstat:
examples/async-curl/src/http.c | 2+-
examples/generic/src/example.c | 2+-
examples/jsonrpc/README.md | 2+-
examples/nohttp/src/nohttp.c | 4++--
examples/parameters/README.md | 2+-
examples/python-pgsql/app.py | 2+-
share/man/kodev.1 | 2+-
src/keymgr.c | 2+-
src/worker.c | 2+-
9 files changed, 10 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)

diff --git a/examples/async-curl/src/http.c b/examples/async-curl/src/http.c @@ -112,7 +112,7 @@ state_result(struct http_request *req) /* Get the state attached to the HTTP request. */ client = http_state_get(req); - /* Check if we were succesfull, if not log an error. */ + /* Check if we were successful, if not log an error. */ if (!kore_curl_success(client)) { kore_curl_logerror(client); http_response(req, 500, NULL, 0); diff --git a/examples/generic/src/example.c b/examples/generic/src/example.c @@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ char *b64tests[] = { "any carnal pleasure.", "any carnal pleasure", "any carnal pleas", - "I am a nobody, nobody is perfect, therefor I am.", + "I am a nobody, nobody is perfect, therefore I am.", NULL }; diff --git a/examples/jsonrpc/README.md b/examples/jsonrpc/README.md @@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ syslog. Messages are added with jsonrpc_log(). By default messages of the log are added to the data member of the error responses if at levels EMERG, ERROR, WARNING and NOTICE. -If you dont want log messages to be outputted zero the log_levels flag of the +If you don't want log messages to be outputted zero the log_levels flag of the jsonrpc_request. diff --git a/examples/nohttp/src/nohttp.c b/examples/nohttp/src/nohttp.c @@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ connection_setup(struct connection *c) } /* - * This function is called everytime a new event is triggered on the + * This function is called every time a new event is triggered on the * connection. In this demo we just use it as a stub for the normal * callback kore_connection_handle(). * @@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ connection_handle(struct connection *c) } /* - * This function is called everytime we get up to 128 bytes of data. + * This function is called every time we get up to 128 bytes of data. * The connection can be found under nb->owner. * The data received can be found under nb->buf. * The length of the received data can be found under s_off. diff --git a/examples/parameters/README.md b/examples/parameters/README.md @@ -10,5 +10,5 @@ Test: # curl -i -k https://127.0.0.1:8888/?id=123123 ``` -The output will differ based on wether or not id is a valid +The output will differ based on whether or not id is a valid u_int16_t number or not. (the string should always be present). diff --git a/examples/python-pgsql/app.py b/examples/python-pgsql/app.py @@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ class KoreApp: # The query handler that fires of the query and returns a coroutine. # # Kore will resume this handler when the query returns a result or - # is succesfull. + # is successful. # # The kore.pgsql() method can throw exceptions, most notably a # GeneratorExit in case the client connection went away before diff --git a/share/man/kodev.1 b/share/man/kodev.1 @@ -161,7 +161,7 @@ If set to \fByes\fR the build system will produce a single binary containing both your application code and the Kore code allowing you to distribute your application more easily. -If set to \fBno\fR the build system will produce a standard dynamicly +If set to \fBno\fR the build system will produce a standard dynamically linked library that will be loaded into Kore at runtime. .RE .RE diff --git a/src/keymgr.c b/src/keymgr.c @@ -1300,7 +1300,7 @@ keymgr_asn1_convert_utctime(const ASN1_TIME *na, time_t *out) year = (na->data[0] - '0') * 10 + (na->data[1] - '0'); - /* RFC 5280 says years >= 50 are intepreted as 19YY */ + /* RFC 5280 says years >= 50 are interpreted as 19YY */ if (year >= 50) year = 1900 + year; else diff --git a/src/worker.c b/src/worker.c @@ -834,7 +834,7 @@ worker_unlock(void) { accept_lock->current = 0; if (!__sync_bool_compare_and_swap(&(accept_lock->lock), 1, 0)) - kore_log(LOG_NOTICE, "worker_unlock(): wasnt locked"); + kore_log(LOG_NOTICE, "worker_unlock(): wasn't locked"); } static void