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@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ pgxnclient 0.3
additional commands to be implemented in external scripts and in any
- commands accept extension names too, not only specs.
-- Added ``help`` command to get informations about program and commands.
+- Added ``help`` command to get information about program and commands.
pgxnclient 0.2.1
2 docs/ext.rst
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ In order to add new builtin commands, add a Python module into the
``pgxnclient/commands`` containing your command or a set of logically-related
commands. The commands are implemented by subclassing the `!Command` class.
Your commands will benefit of all the infrastructure available for the other
-commands. For up-to-date informations take a look at the implementation of
+commands. For up-to-date information take a look at the implementation of
builtin simple commands, such as the ones in ````.
If you are not into Python and want to add commands written in other
6 docs/usage.rst
@@ -457,7 +457,7 @@ for all the known mirrors using the ``--detailed`` option.
``pgxn help``
-Display help and other program informations.
+Display help and other program information.
@@ -466,12 +466,12 @@ Usage:
pgxn help [--help] [--all | --libexec | *CMD*]
-Without options show the same informations obtained by ``pgxn --help``, which
+Without options show the same information obtained by ``pgxn --help``, which
includes a list of builtin commands. With the ``--all`` option print the
complete list of commands installed in the system.
The option ``--libexec`` prints the full path of the directory containing
-the external commands scripts: see :ref:`extending` for more informations.
+the external commands scripts: see :ref:`extending` for more information.
:samp:`pgxn help {CMD}` is an alias for :samp:`pgxn {CMD} --help`.
2 pgxnclient/commands/
@@ -168,7 +168,7 @@ def __make_subparser(self, parser, subparsers,
default = '',
help = _("the mirror to interact with [default: %(default)s]"))
glb.add_argument("--verbose", action='store_true',
- help = _("print more informations"))
+ help = _("print more information"))
glb.add_argument("--yes", action='store_true',
help = _("assume affirmative answer to all questions"))
2 pgxnclient/commands/
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
class Help(Command):
name = 'help'
- description = N_("display help and other program informations")
+ description = N_("display help and other program information")
def customize_parser(self, parser, subparsers, **kwargs):
4 pgxnclient/commands/
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
class Mirror(Command):
name = 'mirror'
- description = N_("return informations about the available mirrors")
+ description = N_("return information about the available mirrors")
def customize_parser(self, parser, subparsers, **kwargs):
@@ -121,7 +121,7 @@ def clean_excerpt(self, excerpt):
class Info(WithSpec, Command):
name = 'info'
- description = N_("print informations about a distribution")
+ description = N_("print information about a distribution")
def customize_parser(self, parser, subparsers, **kwargs):
2 pgxnclient/libexec/README
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
This directory contains the PGXN Client builtin commands. If you want to
extend the client with your own command, please use the directory returned by
-``pgxn help --libexec``. See the documentation for further informations about
+``pgxn help --libexec``. See the documentation for further information about
how to create new commands.
Note that setuptools doesn't do a perfect job and replaces the links with the

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