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@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ record and process the traces.
42 42 The trace collector uses Lua's debug hooks and adds timing information and a
43 43 little bit of processing to make the traces easier to use.
44 44
45   -Timing is provided one of three ways:
  45 +Timing is provided by one of three ways:
46 46
47 47 + Lua - with a debug hook calling `os.clock`
48 48 + LuaJIT - with a debug hook calling `ffi.C.clock` - `os.clock` is not yet
@@ -116,15 +116,15 @@ See [the Lua Wiki](http://lua-users.org/wiki/ProfilingLuaCode) for a list of pro
116 116 ## 1. What?
117 117
118 118 `annotate.lua` collects information about the traces LuaJIT is attempting and
119   -summarises than information in a format that doesn't contain as much information
  119 +summarises then information in a format that doesn't contain as much information
120 120 as `-jdump`, but which might be more useful for you.
121 121
122 122 `annotate.lua` is installed with luatrace.
123 123 To use it, `luajit -jannotate mylua.lua`.
124   -When you program exits, it will write a report to stdout detailing how many
  124 +When your program exits, it will write a report to stdout detailing how many
125 125 traces were attempted, how many were successful and how many were aborted.
126 126 For the aborted traces, you'll get summaries of the reasons for the aborts,
127   -and the lines that cause the aborts.
  127 +and the lines that caused the aborts.
128 128
129 129 The report then lists bytecode for all the traces next to the source code.
130 130 This listing is a little problematic, since bytecode order doesn't necessarily

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