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Correct spelling mistakes. #286

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@@ -118,7 +118,7 @@ int dcc_compress_file_lzo1x(int in_fd,
/**
* Send LZO-compressed bulk data.
*
* The most straighforward method for miniLZO is to just send everything in
* The most straightforward method for miniLZO is to just send everything in
* one big chunk. So we just read the whole input into a buffer, build the
* output in a buffer, and send it once its complete.

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pepsiman Jun 8, 2018

"it's"

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Or as we could be formal and unambiguous "it is"

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Or as we could be formal and unambiguous "it is"

DCC_COMPRESS_NONE = 69,
DCC_COMPRESS_LZO1X
};
enum dcc_cpp_where {
/* wierd values to catch errors */
/* weird values to catch errors */

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I wonder if this was meant to say "wired values" as in "hard wired values to catch errors". Weird does not make that much sense to me.

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I wonder if this was meant to say "wired values" as in "hard wired values to catch errors". Weird does not make that much sense to me.

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Overall the changes look good to me. There is one question on whether a word should be "weird" or "wired". If I knew the answer I would pick Approve or Request but as I am uncertain I can only comment for now.

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@TafThorne: it is "weird", as in 42 and 69 versus say 0 and 1

enum dcc_compress {
    /* weird values to catch errors */
    DCC_COMPRESS_NONE     = 69,
    DCC_COMPRESS_LZO1X
};

enum dcc_cpp_where {
    /* weird values to catch errors */
    DCC_CPP_ON_CLIENT     = 42,
    DCC_CPP_ON_SERVER
};

Unless soldering, things are hardcoded rather than hardwired ?

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afbjorklund commented Jun 20, 2018

@TafThorne: it is "weird", as in 42 and 69 versus say 0 and 1

enum dcc_compress {
    /* weird values to catch errors */
    DCC_COMPRESS_NONE     = 69,
    DCC_COMPRESS_LZO1X
};

enum dcc_cpp_where {
    /* weird values to catch errors */
    DCC_CPP_ON_CLIENT     = 42,
    DCC_CPP_ON_SERVER
};

Unless soldering, things are hardcoded rather than hardwired ?

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Unless soldering, things are hardcoded rather than hardwired ?

I do firmware meaning not FPGAs but embedded software meaning not FPGAs but C and C++ code on microprocessors meaning not Intel x86 but actually small micros, no not the ARM things in Pi's, actually small ones. It all gets rather wire like and words have lots of meanings at the same times.

If poeople agree weird is the way to go that sounds good to me.

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TafThorne commented Jun 22, 2018

Unless soldering, things are hardcoded rather than hardwired ?

I do firmware meaning not FPGAs but embedded software meaning not FPGAs but C and C++ code on microprocessors meaning not Intel x86 but actually small micros, no not the ARM things in Pi's, actually small ones. It all gets rather wire like and words have lots of meanings at the same times.

If poeople agree weird is the way to go that sounds good to me.

@thedrow thedrow merged commit c77c626 into distcc:master Sep 25, 2018

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