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Typo in 8.2 Git and Other Systems - Migrating to Git

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@@ -602,7 +602,7 @@ The last thing you need to do is to return the current mark so it can be passed
return mark
-NOTE: If you are running on Windows you'll need to make sure that you add one extra step. As metioned before, Windows uses CRLF for new line characters while git fast-import expects only LF. To get around this problem and make git fast-import happy, you need to tell ruby to use LF instead of CRLF:
+NOTE: If you are running on Windows you'll need to make sure that you add one extra step. As mentioned before, Windows uses CRLF for new line characters while git fast-import expects only LF. To get around this problem and make git fast-import happy, you need to tell ruby to use LF instead of CRLF:
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@@ -818,7 +818,7 @@ Das letzte, das wir jetzt noch machen müssen, ist, die gegenwärtige Marke zur
return mark
-<!--NOTE: If you are running on Windows you’ll need to make sure that you add one extra step. As metioned before, Windows uses CRLF for new line characters while git fast-import expects only LF. To get around this problem and make git fast-import happy, you need to tell ruby to use LF instead of CRLF:-->
+<!--NOTE: If you are running on Windows you’ll need to make sure that you add one extra step. As mentioned before, Windows uses CRLF for new line characters while git fast-import expects only LF. To get around this problem and make git fast-import happy, you need to tell ruby to use LF instead of CRLF:-->
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@@ -601,7 +601,7 @@ The last thing you need to do is to return the current mark so it can be passed
return mark
-NOTE: If you are running on Windows you’ll need to make sure that you add one extra step. As metioned before, Windows uses CRLF for new line characters while git fast-import expects only LF. To get around this problem and make git fast-import happy, you need to tell ruby to use LF instead of CRLF:
+NOTE: If you are running on Windows you’ll need to make sure that you add one extra step. As mentioned before, Windows uses CRLF for new line characters while git fast-import expects only LF. To get around this problem and make git fast-import happy, you need to tell ruby to use LF instead of CRLF:
$stdout.binmode
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@@ -598,7 +598,7 @@ The last thing you need to do is to return the current mark so it can be passed
return mark
-NOTE: If you are running on Windows you'll need to make sure that you add one extra step. As metioned before, Windows uses CRLF for new line characters while git fast-import expects only LF. To get around this problem and make git fast-import happy, you need to tell ruby to use LF instead of CRLF:
+NOTE: If you are running on Windows you'll need to make sure that you add one extra step. As mentioned before, Windows uses CRLF for new line characters while git fast-import expects only LF. To get around this problem and make git fast-import happy, you need to tell ruby to use LF instead of CRLF:
$stdout.binmode
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@@ -602,7 +602,7 @@ The last thing you need to do is to return the current mark so it can be passed
return mark
-NOTE: If you are running on Windows you'll need to make sure that you add one extra step. As metioned before, Windows uses CRLF for new line characters while git fast-import expects only LF. To get around this problem and make git fast-import happy, you need to tell ruby to use LF instead of CRLF:
+NOTE: If you are running on Windows you'll need to make sure that you add one extra step. As mentioned before, Windows uses CRLF for new line characters while git fast-import expects only LF. To get around this problem and make git fast-import happy, you need to tell ruby to use LF instead of CRLF:
$stdout.binmode
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@@ -843,7 +843,7 @@ Używasz ponownie metody `export_data`, którą zdefiniowałeś wcześniej, poni
UWAGA: Jeżeli pracujesz na systemie Windows, musisz upewnić się, że dodajesz jeszcze jeden krok. Jak wspomniałem wcześniej, system Windows używa znaków CRLF jak znaczników końca linii, a `git fast-import` oczekuje tylko LF. Aby obejść ten problem i uszczęśliwić `git fast-import`, musisz wskazać ruby, aby używał znaków LF zamiast CRLF:
-<!-- NOTE: If you are running on Windows you’ll need to make sure that you add one extra step. As metioned before, Windows uses CRLF for new line characters while git fast-import expects only LF. To get around this problem and make git fast-import happy, you need to tell ruby to use LF instead of CRLF: -->
+<!-- NOTE: If you are running on Windows you’ll need to make sure that you add one extra step. As mentioned before, Windows uses CRLF for new line characters while git fast-import expects only LF. To get around this problem and make git fast-import happy, you need to tell ruby to use LF instead of CRLF: -->
$stdout.binmode
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