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  process.c, re.c, string.c: typos in RDoc comments.  [ruby-core:02783]


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  1. +6 −1 ChangeLog
  2. +2 −2 array.c
  3. +1 −1 enum.c
  4. +1 −1 eval.c
  5. +1 −1 file.c
  6. +4 −4 io.c
  7. +1 −1 numeric.c
  8. +2 −2 object.c
  9. +1 −1 prec.c
  10. +1 −1 process.c
  11. +2 −2 re.c
  12. +2 −2 string.c
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7 ChangeLog
@@ -1,10 +1,15 @@
+Wed Apr 14 13:06:35 2004 Doug Kearns <djkea2@mugca.its.monash.edu.au>
+
+ * array.c, enum.c, eval.c, file.c, io.c, numeric.c, object.c, prec.c,
+ process.c, re.c, string.c: typos in RDoc comments. [ruby-core:02783]
+
Wed Apr 14 11:03:22 Hirokazu Yamamoto <ocean@m2.ccsnet.ne.jp>
* defines.h: include <net/socket.h> to get fd_set definition in BeOS.
Tue Apr 13 23:06:30 2004 Masatoshi SEKI <m_seki@mva.biglobe.ne.jp>
- * lib/rinda/rinda.rb: change pattern matching.
+ * lib/rinda/rinda.rb: change pattern matching.
a === b -> a == b || a === b. [druby-ja:98]
* test/rinda/test_rinda.rb: ditto.
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4 array.c
@@ -2001,7 +2001,7 @@ rb_ary_delete_if(ary)
* <i>self</i> with corresponding elements from each argument. This
* generates a sequence of <code>self#size</code> <em>n</em>-element
* arrays, where <em>n</em> is one more that the count of arguments. If
- * the size of any arguemnt is less than <code>enumObj#size</code>,
+ * the size of any argument is less than <code>enumObj#size</code>,
* <code>nil</code> values are supplied. If a block given, it is
* invoked for each output array, otherwise an array of arrays is
* returned.
@@ -2343,7 +2343,7 @@ rb_ary_times(ary, times)
* comparing _obj_ with the first element of each contained array
* using obj.==.
* Returns the first contained array that matches (that
- * is, the first assoc}iated array,
+ * is, the first associated array),
* or +nil+ if no match is found.
* See also Array.rassoc.
*
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2 enum.c
@@ -864,7 +864,7 @@ zip_i(val, memo)
* <i>enum</i> with corresponding elements from each argument. This
* generates a sequence of <code>enum#size</code> <em>n</em>-element
* arrays, where <em>n</em> is one more that the count of arguments. If
- * the size of any arguemnt is less than <code>enum#size</code>,
+ * the size of any argument is less than <code>enum#size</code>,
* <code>nil</code> values are supplied. If a block given, it is
* invoked for each output array, otherwise an array of arrays is
* returned.
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2 eval.c
@@ -5257,7 +5257,7 @@ static int last_call_status;
* Invoked by Ruby when <i>obj</i> is sent a message it cannot handle.
* <i>symbol</i> is the symbol for the method called, and <i>args</i>
* are any arguments that were passed to it. By default, the interpreter
- * raises an error when this method is called. However, it is possibe
+ * raises an error when this method is called. However, it is possible
* to override the method to provide more dynamic behavior.
* The example below creates
* a class <code>Roman</code>, which responds to methods with names
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2 file.c
@@ -481,7 +481,7 @@ rb_stat_ctime(self)
* call-seq:
* stat.inspect => string
*
- * Produce a nicely formatted descriptin of <i>stat</i>.
+ * Produce a nicely formatted description of <i>stat</i>.
*
* File.stat("/etc/passwd").inspect
* #=> "#<File::Stat dev=0xe000005, ino=1078078, mode=0100644,
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8 io.c
@@ -1317,7 +1317,7 @@ rb_io_gets(io)
* <i>sep_string</i>. A separator of <code>nil</code> reads the entire
* contents, and a zero-length separator reads the input a paragraph at
* a time (two successive newlines in the input separate paragraphs).
- * The stream must be opened for reading or an <code>IOerror</code>
+ * The stream must be opened for reading or an <code>IOError</code>
* will be raised. The line read in will be returned and also assigned
* to <code>$_</code>. Returns <code>nil</code> if called at end of
* file.
@@ -1465,7 +1465,7 @@ rb_io_readline(argc, argv, io)
* <i>sep_string</i>. If <i>set_string</i> is <code>nil</code>, the
* rest of the stream is returned as a single record.
* The stream must be opened for reading or an
- * <code>IOerror</code> will be raised.
+ * <code>IOError</code> will be raised.
*
* f = File.new("testfile")
* f.readlines[0] #=> "This is line one\n"
@@ -1502,7 +1502,7 @@ rb_io_readlines(argc, argv, io)
*
* Executes the block for every line in <em>ios</em>, where lines are
* separated by <i>sep_string</i>. <em>ios</em> must be opened for
- * reading or an <code>IOerror</code> will be raised.
+ * reading or an <code>IOError</code> will be raised.
*
* f = File.new("testfile")
* f.each {|line| puts "#{f.lineno}: #{line}" }
@@ -1544,7 +1544,7 @@ rb_io_each_line(argc, argv, io)
*
* Calls the given block once for each byte (0..255) in <em>ios</em>,
* passing the byte as an argument. The stream must be opened for
- * reading or an <code>IOerror</code> will be raised.
+ * reading or an <code>IOError</code> will be raised.
*
* f = File.new("testfile")
* checksum = 0
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2 numeric.c
@@ -682,7 +682,7 @@ flodivmod(x, y, divp, modp)
* flt % other => float
* flt.modulo(other) => float
*
- * Return the modulo after dividion of <code>flt</code> by <code>other</code>.
+ * Return the modulo after division of <code>flt</code> by <code>other</code>.
*
* 6543.21.modulo(137) #=> 104.21
* 6543.21.modulo(137.24) #=> 92.9299999999996
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4 object.c
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ static ID id_eq, id_eql, id_inspect, id_init_copy;
* call-seq:
* obj === other => true or false
*
- * Case Equality---For class <code>Object</code>, effectivelt the same
+ * Case Equality---For class <code>Object</code>, effectively the same
* as calling <code>#==</code>, but typically overridden by descendents
* to provide meaningful semantics in <code>case</code> statements.
*/
@@ -1164,7 +1164,7 @@ sym_to_s(sym)
* call-seq:
* sym.to_sym => sym
*
- * In general, <code>to_sym</code> returns the <code>Symbol</code> correspopnding
+ * In general, <code>to_sym</code> returns the <code>Symbol</code> corresponding
* to an object. As <i>sym</i> is already a symbol, <code>self</code> is returned
* in this case.
*/
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2 prec.c
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ prec_included(module, include)
* Precision is a mixin for concrete numeric classes with
* precision. Here, `precision' means the fineness of approximation
* of a real number, so, this module should not be included into
- * anything which is not a ubset of Real (so it should not be
+ * anything which is not a subset of Real (so it should not be
* included in classes such as +Complex+ or +Matrix+).
*/
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2 process.c
@@ -1492,7 +1492,7 @@ rb_f_system(argc, argv)
* call-seq:
* sleep(duration=0) => fixnum
*
- * Suspends the current thread for _duraction_ seconds (which may be
+ * Suspends the current thread for _duration_ seconds (which may be
* any number, including a +Float+ with fractional seconds). Returns the actual
* number of seconds slept (rounded), which may be less than that asked
* for if the thread was interrupted by a +SIGALRM+, or if
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4 re.c
@@ -410,7 +410,7 @@ rb_reg_inspect(re)
* call-seq:
* rxp.to_s => str
*
- * Returns a string containing the regular expression and its options (usng the
+ * Returns a string containing the regular expression and its options (using the
* <code>(?xxx:yyy)</code> notation. This string can be fed back in to
* <code>Regexp::new</code> to a regular expression with the same semantics as
* the original. (However, <code>Regexp#==</code> may not return true when
@@ -1124,7 +1124,7 @@ match_array(match, start)
* m = /(.)(.)(\d+)(\d)/.match("THX1138.")
* m.to_a #=> ["HX1138", "H", "X", "113", "8"]
*
- * Because <code>to_a</code> is called when exanding
+ * Because <code>to_a</code> is called when expanding
* <code>*</code><em>variable</em>, there's a useful assignment
* shortcut for extracting matched fields. This is slightly slower than
* accessing the fields directly (as an intermediate array is
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4 string.c
@@ -3396,11 +3396,11 @@ rb_str_count(argc, argv, str)
* split on whitespace as if ` ' were specified.
*
* If the <i>limit</i> parameter is omitted, trailing null fields are
- * supressed. If <i>limit</i> is a positive number, at most that number of
+ * suppressed. If <i>limit</i> is a positive number, at most that number of
* fields will be returned (if <i>limit</i> is <code>1</code>, the entire
* string is returned as the only entry in an array). If negative, there is no
* limit to the number of fields returned, and trailing null fields are not
- * supressed.
+ * suppressed.
*
* " now's the time".split #=> ["now's", "the", "time"]
* " now's the time".split(' ') #=> ["now's", "the", "time"]

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