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Subject: [perl #16971] [PATCH] Fix a couple of URLs that changed rec…

…ently.

   From: Richard Soderberg (via RT) <perlbug@perl.org>
   Date: 3 Sep 2002 18:48:54 -0000
   Message-ID: <rt-16971-36426.15.5276119194873@bugs6.perl.org>

   Subject: [PATCH] A variety of README nitpicks.
   From: Richard Soderberg <rs@crystalflame.net>
   Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 11:54:39 -0700 (PDT)
   Message-ID: <Pine.LNX.4.33.0209031148280.32671-200000@oregonnet.com>

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2  README.amiga
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ be read I<as is>: either as F<README.amiga>, or F<pod/perlamiga.pod>.
A recent version of perl for the Amiga can be found at the Geek Gadgets
section of the Aminet:
- http://www.aminet.net/~aminet/dirs/dev_gg.html
+ http://www.aminet.net/~aminet/dev/gg/index.html
=cut
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2  README.dgux
@@ -79,7 +79,7 @@ After configuration is done correctly give "make" to compile.
=head2 Testing Perl on DG/UX
-Issuing a "make test" will run all the tests.
+Issuing a "make test" will run all the tests.
If the test lib/ftmp-security gives you as a result
something like
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2  README.dos
@@ -313,7 +313,7 @@ will not create a "perl.exe" to replace the one in C<($DJDIR)/bin>.
When you are done, the XS-module install process will have added information
to your "perllocal" information telling that the perl binary has been replaced,
-and what module was installed. you can view this information at any time
+and what module was installed. You can view this information at any time
by using the command:
perl -S perldoc perllocal
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4 README.epoc
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ EPOC is an OS for palmtops and mobile phones. For more informations look at:
http://www.symbian.com/
This is a port of perl to the epocemx SDK by Eberhard Mattes, which
-itselfs uses the SDK by symbian. Essentially epocemx it is a POSIX
+itself uses the SDK by symbian. Essentially epocemx it is a POSIX
look alike environment for the EPOC OS. For more informations look at:
http://www.windhager.de/~mattes/epocemx/
@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ binmode does not exist. (No CR LF to LF translation for text files)
EPOC does not handle the notion of current drive and current
directory very well (i.e. not at all, but it tries hard to emulate
-one) See PATH.
+one). See PATH.
=item *
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4 README.hpux
@@ -291,7 +291,7 @@ When you are going to use the GNU C compiler (gcc), and you don't have
gcc yet, you can either build it yourself from the sources (available
from e.g. http://www.gnu.ai.mit.edu/software/gcc/releases.html) or fetch
a prebuilt binary from the HP porting center. There are two places where
-gcc prebuilds can be fetched the first and best (for HP-UX 11 only) is
+gcc prebuilds can be fetched; the first and best (for HP-UX 11 only) is
http://h21007.www2.hp.com/dspp/tech/tech_TechSoftwareDetailPage_IDX/1,1703,547,00.html
the second is http://hpux.cs.utah.edu/hppd/hpux/Gnu/ where you can also
find the GNU binutils package. (Browse through the list, because there
@@ -504,7 +504,7 @@ bug seems to be to create add to the file F</etc/nsswitch.conf>
passwd: files
Whether you are using NIS does not matter. Amazingly enough,
-the same bug affects also Solaris.
+the same bug also affects Solaris.
=head1 AUTHOR
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4 README.mint
@@ -148,7 +148,7 @@ with op/magic.t and op/stat.t. Maybe you'll find it out.
##########################################################################
-Another possible problem may arise from the implementation of the "pwd"
+Another possible problem may arise from the implementation of the "pwd"
command. It happened to add a carriage return and newline to its output
no matter what the setting of $UNIXMODE is. This is quite annoying since many
library modules for perl take the output of pwd, chop off the
@@ -202,7 +202,7 @@ or extract the original system.o from your libc with
module somewhere before you succeed.
Anything missing? Yep, I've almost forgotten...
-No file in this distribution without a fine saying. Take this one:
+No file in this distribution without a fine saying. Take this one:
"From a thief you should learn: (1) to work at night;
(2) if one cannot gain what one wants in one night to
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6 README.netware
@@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ command prompt. The build process can be stopped after miniperl.exe
is created. Then run nmake from NetWare folder through WinNT command
prompt.
-Currently the following two build types are tested on NetWare
+Currently the following two build types are tested on NetWare:
=over 4
@@ -120,7 +120,7 @@ ActiveState site. Installation can be done by invoking I<nmake
install> from the NetWare folder on a WinNT command prompt after
building NetWare Perl by following steps given above. This will copy
all the *.pm files and other required files. Documentation files are
-not copied.Thus one must first install Windows Perl, Then install
+not copied. Thus one must first install Windows Perl, Then install
NetWare Perl.
Once this is done, do the following to build any extension:
@@ -173,7 +173,7 @@ or
=item *
Note: Some modules downloaded from CPAN may require NetWare related
-API in order to build on NetWare.Other modules may however build
+API in order to build on NetWare. Other modules may however build
smoothly with or without minor changes depending on the type of
module.
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2  README.vmesa
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ To extract an ASCII tar archive on VM/ESA, try this:
GNU make for VM/ESA, which may be required for the build of perl,
is available from:
- http://pucc.princeton.edu/~neale/vmoe.html
+ http://vm.marist.edu/~neale/vmoe.html
=head2 Configure Perl on VM/ESA
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