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code: language cleanup in comments #14073

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@bagder bagder commented Jul 1, 2024

Based on the standards and guidelines we use for our documentation.

  • expand contractions (they're => they are etc)
  • host name = > hostname
  • file name => filename
  • user name = username
  • man page => manpage
  • pass phrase => passphrase
  • run-time => runtime
  • a HTTP => an HTTP
  • set-up => setup
  • back-end => backend
  • Two spaces after a period => one space after period

Adds a CI job that verifies language used the source code tree

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bagder commented Jul 1, 2024

Most of the replacements were done with this script: lang.sh

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Based on the standards and guidelines we use for our documentation.

 - expand contractions (they're => they are etc)
 - host name = > hostname
 - file name => filename
 - user name = username
 - man page => manpage
 - run-time => runtime
 - a HTTP => an HTTP
 - Two spaces after a period => one space after period
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