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fix 'allows to/allows one to' spell errors and enhance to our spellch…

…ecker to deal with those
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jef-n committed Aug 6, 2017
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@@ -110,7 +110,7 @@ class QgsCoordinateReferenceSystem
Sometimes it happens that users need to use a CRS definition that is not well known
or that has been only created with a specific purpose (and thus its definition is not
available in our database of CRS). Whenever a new CRS definition is seen, it will
be added to the local databse (in user's home directory, see QgsApplication.qgisUserDatabaseFilePath()).
be added to the local database (in user's home directory, see QgsApplication.qgisUserDatabaseFilePath()).
QGIS also features a GUI for management of local custom CRS definitions.

There are therefore two databases: one for shipped CRS definitions and one for custom CRS definitions.
@@ -224,7 +224,7 @@ create renderer from XML element
void setDataDefinedSizeLegend( QgsDataDefinedSizeLegend *settings /Transfer/ );
%Docstring
Configures appearance of legend when renderer is configured to use data-defined size for marker symbols.
This allows to configure for what values (symbol sizes) should be shown in the legend, whether to display
This allows configuring for which values (symbol sizes) should be shown in the legend, whether to display
different symbol sizes collapsed in one legend node or separated across multiple legend nodes etc.

When renderer does not use data-defined size or does not use marker symbols, these settings will be ignored.
@@ -409,7 +409,7 @@ create renderer from XML element
void setDataDefinedSizeLegend( QgsDataDefinedSizeLegend *settings /Transfer/ );
%Docstring
Configures appearance of legend when renderer is configured to use data-defined size for marker symbols.
This allows to configure for what values (symbol sizes) should be shown in the legend, whether to display
This allows configuring for which values (symbol sizes) should be shown in the legend, whether to display
different symbol sizes collapsed in one legend node or separated across multiple legend nodes etc.

When renderer does not use data-defined size or does not use marker symbols, these settings will be ignored.
@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ create renderer from XML element
void setDataDefinedSizeLegend( QgsDataDefinedSizeLegend *settings /Transfer/ );
%Docstring
Configures appearance of legend when renderer is configured to use data-defined size for marker symbols.
This allows to configure for what values (symbol sizes) should be shown in the legend, whether to display
This allow to configure for which values (symbol sizes) should be shown in the legend, whether to display
different symbol sizes collapsed in one legend node or separated across multiple legend nodes etc.

When renderer does not use data-defined size or does not use marker symbols, these settings will be ignored.
@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@ class QgsCheckableComboBox : QComboBox

void showContextMenu( const QPoint &pos );
%Docstring
Display context menu which allows to select/deselect
Display context menu which allows selecting/deselecting
all items at once.
%End

@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ Returns fill color for rubber bands (from global settings)
the QGIS settings. The caller takes ownership of the
returned object
\param geometryType
\param alternativeBand if true, rubber band will be set with more transparency and a dash pattern. defaut is false.
\param alternativeBand if true, rubber band will be set with more transparency and a dash pattern. default is false.
:rtype: QgsRubberBand
%End

@@ -451,7 +451,7 @@ qgis:randomselectionwithinsubsets: >
The percentage/count value is not applied to the whole layer, but instead to each category. Categories are defined according to a given attribute, which is also specified as an input parameter for the algorithm.

qgis:rastercalculator: >
This algorithm allows to perform algebraic operations using raster layers.
This algorithm allows performing algebraic operations using raster layers.

The resulting layer will have its values computed according to an expression. The expression can contain numerical values, operators and references to any of the layers in the current project. The following functions are also supported:

@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
saga:rastercalculator: >
This algorithm allows to perform algebraic operations on raster layers
This algorithm allows performing algebraic operations on raster layers

It requires a base layer, and a set of additional layers. The base layer is identified as "a" in the formula, while the additional layers are identified as "b, c, d...", using the order in which they appear in the multiple selection dialog.

@@ -45,4 +45,4 @@ saga:rastercalculator: >

- eq(x,y): true if x equals y. When using this function SAGA evaluates it in a per–cell basis. Therefore, eq(a,b) will not return 1 if grid a equals grid b. It will return 1 for those cells that have the same value in both grids, and zero otherwise.

- ifelse(condition, x, y) returns x if condition evaluates to true (condition=1) or y if it evaluates to false
- ifelse(condition, x, y) returns x if condition evaluates to true (condition=1) or y if it evaluates to false
@@ -175,6 +175,10 @@ for I in $(seq -f '%02g' 0 $(($SPLIT-1)) ) ; do
CORRECTION=$(ag --nonumbers --case-sensitive "^${ERRORSMALLCASE}:" ${DIR}/spelling.dat | cut -d: -f2)

if [[ -z $CORRECTION ]]; then
CORRECTION=$(perl -e "use strict; use warnings; while(<>) { chop; my(\$a,\$b) = split /:/; \$a = qr(\$a); if( my @matches = '${ERRORSMALLCASE}' =~ /^\$a\$/i ) { print sprintf(\$b, @matches); last; }}" ${DIR}/spelling.dat)
fi

if [[ -z "$CORRECTION" ]]; then
echo "could not find correction for $ERROR" >&2
else
# Match case
@@ -388,7 +388,11 @@ alliviate:alleviate
allmost:almost
allopone:allophone
allopones:allophones
allow one to (\S+):allow %sing
allow to (\S+):allow %sing
allowd:allowed:*
allows one to (\S+):allows %sing
allows to (\S+):allows %sing
allpication:application
allready:already
allthough:although
@@ -622,9 +626,9 @@ archtype:archetype
archtypes:archetypes
archvie:archive
archvies:archives
are'nt:aren't
aready:already
arent:aren't
are'nt:aren't
areodynamics:aerodynamics
argment:argument
argments:arguments
@@ -1138,10 +1142,10 @@ casues:causes
casuing:causing
casulaties:casualties
casulaty:casualty
catalogue:catalog
catagories:categories
catagorized:categorized
catagory:category
catalogue:catalog
catched:caught
catepillar:caterpillar
catepillars:caterpillars
@@ -1235,8 +1239,8 @@ chcek:check
chceked:checked
chceking:checking
chceks:checks
check-box:checkbox
check box:checkbox
check-box:checkbox
checkk:check
checksuming:checksumming
cheif:chief
@@ -1302,6 +1306,7 @@ clipoing:clipping
closeing:closing
cmoputer:computer
cna:can
co-incided:coincided
Coca Cola:Coca-Cola
coctail:cocktail
codespel:codespell
@@ -1314,7 +1319,6 @@ cofiguring:configuring
coform:conform
cognizent:cognizant
coincedentally:coincidentally
co-incided:coincided
colaboration:collaboration
colaborations:collaborations
colateral:collateral
@@ -1877,10 +1881,12 @@ dacquiri:daiquiri
daed:dead
dael:deal
dafault:default
dafaut:default
dalmation:dalmatian
damenor:demeanor
dammage:damage
Dardenelles:Dardanelles
databse:database
daugher:daughter
deafault:default
deafult:default
@@ -2170,9 +2176,9 @@ dictionarys:dictionaries:*
dictionay:dictionary
dictionnary:dictionary
dicussed:discussed
didnt:didn't
didnt':didn't
did'nt:didn't
didnt':didn't
didnt:didn't
diea:idea
dieing:dying
dieties:deities
@@ -2346,6 +2352,7 @@ divison:division
divisons:divisions
divsion:division
divsions:divisions
do'nt:don't
doccument:document
doccumented:documented
doccuments:documents
@@ -2363,14 +2370,14 @@ documention:documentation
documetation:documentation
documment:document
documments:documents
doens:does
doens't:doesn't
doens:does
does'nt:doesn't
does't:doesn't
doesen't:doesn't
doesnt:doesn't
doesnt':doesn't
does'nt:doesn't
doesnt't:doesn't
does't:doesn't
doesnt:doesn't
doign:doing
doman:domain
domans:domains
@@ -2379,20 +2386,19 @@ dominent:dominant
dominiant:dominant
donig:doing
donnot:do not
dont:don't
dont':don't
do'nt:don't
dont't:don't
dont:don't
donwload:download
donwloaded:downloaded
donwloading:downloading
donwloads:downloads
dosent':doesn't
dosen't:doesn't
dosent':doesn't
doub:doubt
doulbe:double
double click:double-click
doubleclick:double-click
doulbe:double
dowloads:downloads
downlad:download
downlads:downloads
@@ -2943,13 +2949,13 @@ fiel:field
fiels:fields
fiercly:fiercely
fightings:fighting
fille:file
filles:files
filesytem:filesystem
filesytems:filesystems
fileystem:filesystem
fileystems:filesystems
filiament:filament
fille:file
filles:files
fimilies:families
finacial:financial
finaly:finally
@@ -3286,12 +3292,12 @@ harrassing:harassing
harrassment:harassment
harrassments:harassments
harware:hardware
hasnt:hasn't
hasnt':hasn't
has'nt:hasn't
hasnt':hasn't
hasnt:hasn't
Hatian:Haitian
havent:haven't
have'nt:haven't
havent:haven't
haviest:heaviest
havn't:haven't
hazzle:hassle
@@ -3817,6 +3823,7 @@ inprisonment:imprisonment
inproper:improper:*
inproperly:improperly
inproving:improving
ins't:isn't
inscpeting:inspecting
insde:inside
insectiverous:insectivorous
@@ -3829,7 +3836,6 @@ insistance:insistence
insitution:institution
insitutions:institutions
inspite:in spite
ins't:isn't
instade:instead
instalation:installation
instalations:installations
@@ -4010,9 +4016,9 @@ irrelevent:irrelevant
irreplacable:irreplaceable
irresistable:irresistible
irresistably:irresistibly
isnt:isn't
isnt':isn't
is'nt:isn't
isnt':isn't
isnt:isn't
isntance:instance
isntances:instances
Israelies:Israelis
@@ -4253,7 +4259,6 @@ manisfestations:manifestations
mannor:manner
mannual:manual
mannually:manually
manualy:manually
manoeuverability:maneuverability
manoeuvering:maneuvering
manoeuvre:maneuver
@@ -4267,6 +4272,7 @@ mantained:maintained
mantainer:maintainer
mantaining:maintaining
mantains:maintains
manualy:manually
manuever:maneuver
manuevers:maneuvers
manufacturedd:manufactured
@@ -4673,6 +4679,7 @@ nusance:nuisance
nutritent:nutrient
nutritents:nutrients
nuturing:nurturing
o'caml:OCaml
obediance:obedience
obediant:obedient
obession:obsession
@@ -4682,7 +4689,6 @@ obstacal:obstacle
obstancles:obstacles
obstruced:obstructed
obsure:obscure
o'caml:OCaml
ocasion:occasion
ocasional:occasional
ocasionally:occasionally
@@ -5166,8 +5172,8 @@ porshon:portion
portait:portrait
portayed:portrayed
portraing:portraying
portugese:Portuguese
Portugese:Portuguese
portugese:Portuguese
portuguease:portuguese
portugues:Portuguese
posess:possess
@@ -6271,10 +6277,10 @@ shortwhile:short while
shoud:should
shoudl:should
shoudln: shouldn't
shouldnt:shouldn't
shouldnt':shouldn't
should'nt:shouldn't
should't:shouldn't
shouldnt':shouldn't
shouldnt:shouldn't
shoule:should
shreak:shriek
shrinked:shrunk
@@ -6752,14 +6758,14 @@ syles:styles
sylog:syslog
symbo:symbol
symboll:symbol
symobl:symbol
symetric:symmetric
symetrical:symmetrical
symetrically:symmetrically
symetry:symmetry
symettric:symmetric
symmetral:symmetric
symmetricaly:symmetrically
symobl:symbol
synagouge:synagogue
synax:syntax
synchonisation:synchronisation
@@ -7432,8 +7438,8 @@ vulnerablility:vulnerability
vyer:very
vyre:very
waht:what
wanna:want to
wan't:want
wanna:want to
want's:wants
warantee:warranty
waranties:warranties
@@ -7442,9 +7448,9 @@ wardobe:wardrobe
waring:warning
warrent:warrant
warrriors:warriors
wasnt:wasn't
wasnt':wasn't
was'nt:weren't
wasnt':wasn't
wasnt:wasn't
wass:was
watn:want
wayword:wayward
@@ -7458,8 +7464,8 @@ weill:will
weired:weird
wendsay:Wednesday
wensday:Wednesday
wereabouts:whereabouts
were'nt:wasn't
wereabouts:whereabouts
werent:weren't
wether:whether
whant:want
@@ -7531,9 +7537,9 @@ worstened:worsened
woud:would
woudl:would
woudn't:wouldn't
wouldnt:wouldn't
would'nt:wouldn't
would't:wouldn't
wouldnt:wouldn't
wresters:wrestlers
wriet:write
writeable:writable

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