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Merge pull request #3401 from macrotim/develop

Fixed docs
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2 parents cee6159 + d6b6bd4 commit 4f66311f2918aacd4bd7fefff9e0c8ed7bc2813e @kyleknap kyleknap committed Dec 10, 2015
@@ -173,7 +173,7 @@ For example::
:connection_stale_duration: Amount of time to wait in seconds before a
connection will stop getting reused. AWS will disconnect connections which
have been idle for 180 seconds.
-:is_secure: Is the connection over SSL. This setting will overide passed in
+:is_secure: Is the connection over SSL. This setting will override passed in
values.
:https_validate_certificates: Validate HTTPS certificates. This is on by default
:ca_certificates_file: Location of CA certificates or the keyword "system".
@@ -116,7 +116,7 @@ Invalidate a list of paths in a CloudFront distribution::
This will return a :class:`boto.cloudfront.invalidation.InvalidationBatch`
object representing the invalidation request. You can also fetch a single
-invalidaton request for a given distribution using
+invalidation request for a given distribution using
``invalidation_request_status``::
>>> inval_req = c.invalidation_request_status(u'ECH69MOIW7613', u'IFCT7K03VUETK')
@@ -187,7 +187,7 @@ representing the invalidation request pointed to by a
>>> print inval_req
<InvalidationBatch: IFCT7K03VUETK>
-Simiarly you can get the parent
+Similarly you can get the parent
:class:`boto.cloudfront.distribution.Distribution` object for the invalidation
request from a :class:`boto.cloudfront.invalidation.InvalidationSummary` object
using::
@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ Creating index fields
Each domain can have up to twenty index fields which are indexed by the
CloudSearch service. For each index field, you will need to specify whether
-it's a text or integer field, as well as optionaly a default value::
+it's a text or integer field, as well as optionally a default value::
>>> # Create an 'text' index field called 'username'
>>> uname_field = domain.create_index_field('username', 'text')
@@ -178,11 +178,10 @@ The result is an instance of :py:class:`CommitResponse
dictionary response a nice object (ie result.adds, result.deletes) and raise an
exception for us if all of our documents weren't actually committed.
-After you have successfully committed some documents to cloudsearch, you must
-use :py:meth:`clear_sdf
-<boto.cloudsearch.document.DocumentServiceConnection.clear_sdf>`, if you wish
-to use the same document service connection again so that its internal cache is
-cleared.
+If you wish to use the same document service connection after a commit,
+you must use :py:meth:`clear_sdf
+<boto.cloudsearch.document.DocumentServiceConnection.clear_sdf>` to clear its
+internal cache.
Searching Documents
-------------------
@@ -635,7 +635,7 @@ API requests necessary to access a large number of items. The
& fetches all of them, presented as an iterator interface.
This is done lazily, so if you never iterate over the results, no requests are
-executed. Additionally, if you only iterate over part of the set, the minumum
+executed. Additionally, if you only iterate over part of the set, the minimum
number of calls are made to fetch those results (typically max 100 per
response).
@@ -237,7 +237,7 @@ If you no longer need a launch configuration, you can delete it:
If ``use_block_device_types=True`` is passed to the connection it will deserialize
Launch Configurations with Block Device Mappings into a re-usable format with
BlockDeviceType objects, similar to how AMIs are deserialized currently. Legacy
- behavior is to put them into a format that is incompatabile with creating new Launch
+ behavior is to put them into a format that is incompatible with creating new Launch
Configurations. This switch is in place to preserve backwards compatability, but
its usage is the preferred format going forward.
@@ -25,10 +25,10 @@ To do so, the most straight forward way is the following::
Bear in mind that if you have your credentials in boto config in your home
directory, the two keyword arguments in the call above are not needed. More
-details on configuration can be fond in :doc:`boto_config_tut`.
+details on configuration can be found in :doc:`boto_config_tut`.
The :py:func:`boto.ses.connect_to_region` functions returns a
-:py:class:`boto.ses.connection.SESConnection` instance, which is a the boto API
+:py:class:`boto.ses.connection.SESConnection` instance, which is the boto API
for working with SES.
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