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commit e5242dcf99f8f1dce543854db2b282d41e947d92 1 parent 5a60139
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2  cidmapsrc/mapjapan1.c
@@ -288,7 +288,7 @@ int main(int argc, char **argv) {
else if ( cid>=8720 && cid<=8949 )
sprintf( buffer, "Japan1.%d.vert", cid-8720+1 );
/* Rotated halfwidth latin, japanese ascii (ie yen for backslash) */
- /* (don't really need a seperate case here, both blocks are consecutive) */
+ /* (don't really need a separate case here, both blocks are consecutive) */
else if ( cid>=8950 && cid<=9044 )
sprintf( buffer, "Japan1.%d.vert", cid-8950+231 );
/* Rotated halfwidth latin, nonascii */
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2  fontforge/acorn2sfd.c
@@ -396,7 +396,7 @@ return( false );
pattern = ppt;
++name;
} else if ( ch=='{' ) {
- /* matches any of a comma seperated list of substrings */
+ /* matches any of a comma separated list of substrings */
for ( ppt = pattern+1; *ppt!='\0' ; ppt = ept ) {
for ( ept=ppt; *ept!='}' && *ept!=',' && *ept!='\0'; ++ept );
for ( npt = name; ppt<ept; ++npt, ++ppt ) {
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2  fontforge/fontview.c
@@ -1633,7 +1633,7 @@ return( NULL );
pattern = ppt;
++name;
} else if ( ch=='{' ) {
- /* matches any of a comma seperated list of substrings */
+ /* matches any of a comma separated list of substrings */
for ( ppt = pattern+1; *ppt!='\0' ; ppt = ept ) {
for ( ept=ppt; *ept!='}' && *ept!=',' && *ept!='\0'; ++ept );
npt = SubMatch(ppt,ept,name,ignorecase);
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2  fontforge/fvfonts.c
@@ -1215,7 +1215,7 @@ return;
/* Ok. when merging CID fonts... */
/* If fv is normal and other is CID then just flatten other and merge everything into fv */
/* If fv is CID and other is normal then merge other into the currently active font */
- /* If both are CID then merge each subfont seperately */
+ /* If both are CID then merge each subfont separately */
if ( fv->sf->cidmaster!=NULL && other->subfonts!=NULL )
CIDMergeFont(fv->sf->cidmaster,other,preserveCrossFontKerning);
else
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2  fontforge/macbinary.c
@@ -3130,7 +3130,7 @@ static SplineFont *FindResourceFile(char *filename,int flags,enum openflags open
return( sf );
/* Well, look in the resource fork directory (if it exists), the resource */
- /* fork is placed there in a seperate file on (some) non-Mac disks */
+ /* fork is placed there in a separate file on (some) non-Mac disks */
strcpy(buffer,filename);
spt = strrchr(buffer,'/');
if ( spt==NULL ) { spt = buffer; pt = filename; }
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2  fontforge/mmdlg.c
@@ -2799,7 +2799,7 @@ void MMWizard(MMSet *mm) {
for ( j=1; j<mmw.mm->axismaps[i].points-1; ++j ) {
if ( mmw.mm->apple && mmw.mm->axismaps[i].designs[j]==mmw.mm->axismaps[i].def )
continue;
- /* I wanted to seperate things with commas, but that isn't*/
+ /* I wanted to separate things with commas, but that isn't*/
/* a good idea in Europe (comma==decimal point) */
sprintf(buffer,"%g ",(double) mmw.mm->axismaps[i].designs[j]);
if ( designs[i]!=NULL )
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2  fontforge/sfd.c
@@ -3902,7 +3902,7 @@ return( rf );
/* I used to create multiple ligatures by putting ";" between them */
/* that is the component string for "ffi" was "ff i ; f f i" */
-/* Now I want to have seperate ligature structures for each */
+/* Now I want to have separate ligature structures for each */
static PST1 *LigaCreateFromOldStyleMultiple(PST1 *liga) {
char *pt;
PST1 *new, *last=liga;
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2  fontforge/splinefont.h
@@ -524,7 +524,7 @@ typedef struct kernpair {
typedef struct kernclass {
int first_cnt, second_cnt; /* Count of classes for first and second chars */
- char **firsts; /* list of a space seperated list of char names */
+ char **firsts; /* list of a space separated list of char names */
char **seconds; /* one entry for each class. Entry 0 is null */
/* and means everything not specified elsewhere */
struct lookup_subtable *subtable;
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4 fontforge/stamp.c
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#include <time.h>
-const time_t source_modtime = 1332272476L;
-const char *source_modtime_str = "19:41 GMT 20-Mar-2012";
+const time_t source_modtime = 1332273234L;
+const char *source_modtime_str = "19:53 GMT 20-Mar-2012";
const char *source_version_str = "20120320";
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4 fontforge/tottf.c
@@ -5786,7 +5786,7 @@ static int initTables(struct alltabs *at, SplineFont *sf,enum fontformat format,
}
if ( sf->subfonts!=NULL ) {
- SFDummyUpCIDs(&at->gi,sf); /* life is easier if we ignore the seperate fonts of a cid keyed fonts and treat it as flat */
+ SFDummyUpCIDs(&at->gi,sf); /* life is easier if we ignore the separate fonts of a cid keyed fonts and treat it as flat */
} else if ( format!=ff_none )
AssignTTFGlyph(&at->gi,sf,at->map,format==ff_otf);
else {
@@ -6101,7 +6101,7 @@ static int dumpcff(struct alltabs *at,SplineFont *sf,enum fontformat format,
AssignTTFGlyph(&at->gi,sf,at->map,true);
ret = dumptype2glyphs(sf,at);
} else {
- SFDummyUpCIDs(&at->gi,sf); /* life is easier if we ignore the seperate fonts of a cid keyed fonts and treat it as flat */
+ SFDummyUpCIDs(&at->gi,sf); /* life is easier if we ignore the separate fonts of a cid keyed fonts and treat it as flat */
ret = dumpcidglyphs(sf,at);
free(sf->glyphs); sf->glyphs = NULL;
sf->glyphcnt = sf->glyphmax = 0;
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2  gdraw/gdraw.c
@@ -895,7 +895,7 @@ void GDrawCreateDisplays(char *displayname,char *programname) {
fprintf( stderr, " X11 is optional software found on your install DVD.\n" );
#elif __CygWin
fprintf( stderr, "You must start X11 before you can start %s\n", programname);
- fprintf( stderr, " X11 may be obtained from the cygwin site in a seperate package.\n" );
+ fprintf( stderr, " X11 may be obtained from the cygwin site in a separate package.\n" );
#endif
exit(1);
}
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2  gdraw/gfilechooser.c
@@ -116,7 +116,7 @@ return( NULL );
pattern = ppt;
++name;
} else if ( ch=='{' ) {
- /* matches any of a comma seperated list of substrings */
+ /* matches any of a comma separated list of substrings */
for ( ppt = pattern+1; *ppt!='\0' ; ppt = ept ) {
for ( ept=ppt; *ept!='}' && *ept!=',' && *ept!='\0'; ++ept );
npt = SubMatch(ppt,ept,name,ignorecase);
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2  gtkui/fontview.c
@@ -326,7 +326,7 @@ return( NULL );
pattern = ppt;
++name;
} else if ( ch=='{' ) {
- /* matches any of a comma seperated list of substrings */
+ /* matches any of a comma separated list of substrings */
for ( ppt = pattern+1; *ppt!='\0' ; ppt = ept ) {
for ( ept=ppt; *ept!='}' && *ept!=',' && *ept!='\0'; ++ept );
npt = SubMatch(ppt,ept,name,ignorecase);
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2  gtkui/gwwvask.c
@@ -470,7 +470,7 @@ return( FALSE );
pattern = ppt;
++name;
} else if ( ch=='{' ) {
- /* matches any of a comma seperated list of substrings */
+ /* matches any of a comma separated list of substrings */
for ( ppt = pattern+1; *ppt!='\0' ; ppt = ept ) {
for ( ept=ppt; *ept!='}' && *ept!=',' && *ept!='\0'; ++ept );
for ( npt = name; ppt<ept; ++npt, ++ppt ) {
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2  htdocs/editexample8.html
@@ -107,7 +107,7 @@ <H1 ALIGN=Center>
<P>
You can also open a bitmap only font directly with the
<A HREF="filemenu.html#Open">File-&gt;Open</A> command, however if you have
- multiple strikes of the same underlying font in seperate files, you will
+ multiple strikes of the same underlying font in separate files, you will
probably want to open only the first (or only the outline version) with Open,
and use <A HREF="filemenu.html#Import">File-&gt;Import</A> to merge the other
strikes into one FontForge font.
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2  htdocs/ff-history.html
@@ -397,7 +397,7 @@
encouraged me to integrate them into fontforge. But Raph released under GPL
and wasn't willing to change, and I released under BSD and wasn't willing
to change. I got permision from Raph to repackage his spiro routines into
- a small shared library (libspiro) which could be released seperately from
+ a small shared library (libspiro) which could be released separately from
FontForge but to which FontForge could link. And we had Raph's spiros in
FontForge.
<P>
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6 htdocs/ja/oldchangelog.html
@@ -1662,7 +1662,7 @@
解釈されないテーブルを SFNT 中に挿入できる機能を追加
<UL>
<LI>
-<!-- New preference item: PreserveTables which lists a comma seperated set of
+<!-- New preference item: PreserveTables which lists a comma separated set of
table tags which are to be loaded from SFNT files without interpretation
(Note if ff thinks it understands a table it will parse it rather than preserving
it) -->
@@ -2393,7 +2393,7 @@
which confused ff) -->
FF は、トノスをアクセントと見なすべきだと気づいていませんでした (幅のある文字であったため、ff を混乱させていました)。
<LI>
-<!-- Cleaned up an ancient message in the nomen files. Used to be three seperate
+<!-- Cleaned up an ancient message in the nomen files. Used to be three separate
strings, now one with format specs in it. -->
nomen ファイルに含まれるはるか昔のメッセージを整理しました。かつて 3 個のバラバラな文字列を使用していたのを、フォーマット指定を使用するようになりました。
</UL>
@@ -2660,7 +2660,7 @@
(corner-&gt;curve/tangent) when the they are already reasonable. -->
点のタイプの変換 (角の点 → 曲線上の点/曲線の開始点) を行ったときに制御点情報がもともと適切であった場合は、それを変更しないようにしました。
<LI>
-<!-- Allow rectangles and ellipses to have seperate settings of the center out
+<!-- Allow rectangles and ellipses to have separate settings of the center out
flag. -->
長方形と楕円の選択が、中央からの位置指定とは独立に設定できるようにしました。
<LI>
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6 htdocs/oldchangelog.html
@@ -6676,7 +6676,7 @@
Added ability to insert an uninterpreted table into an SFNT
<UL>
<LI>
- New preference item: PreserveTables which lists a comma seperated set of
+ New preference item: PreserveTables which lists a comma separated set of
table tags which are to be loaded from SFNT files without interpretation
(Note if ff thinks it understands a table it will parse it rather than preserving
it)
@@ -7231,7 +7231,7 @@
FF did not realize that tonos should be treated as an accent (it is spacing,
which confused ff)
<LI>
- Cleaned up an ancient message in the nomen files. Used to be three seperate
+ Cleaned up an ancient message in the nomen files. Used to be three separate
strings, now one with format specs in it.
</UL>
<LI>
@@ -7430,7 +7430,7 @@
Don't mess with the control points in point type conversion
(corner-&gt;curve/tangent) when the they are already reasonable.
<LI>
- Allow rectangles and ellipses to have seperate settings of the center out
+ Allow rectangles and ellipses to have separate settings of the center out
flag.
<LI>
Add a dialog which allows you to specify exactly where rectangles/ellipses
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2  htdocs/python.html
@@ -539,7 +539,7 @@ <H1 ALIGN=Center>
Some file types have more than one common extension (eps files are usually
named "eps", but I have also seen "ps" and "art" used). The import dialog
needs to filter all possible filenames of this file type. This argument should
- be a comma seperated list of extensions. It may be omitted, in which case
+ be a comma separated list of extensions. It may be omitted, in which case
it defaults to being the same as the "extension" argument above.
</DL>
</TD>
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