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Fix typos

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bwignall authored and simonmichael committed Dec 21, 2019
1 parent 4266db5 commit 2852f9dbee1d6f455ecf0bd9e6ed1df4b9cc1f6d
@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ install:
#
# install latest stack master
#- set PATH=C:\Users\appveyor\AppData\Roaming\local\bin;%PATH%
# show the stack-installed binares that were restored from cache, can vary by instance
# show the stack-installed binaries that were restored from cache, can vary by instance
#- dir C:\Users\appveyor\AppData\Roaming\local\bin
# - stack-release upgrade --git
#- copy C:\Users\appveyor\AppData\Roaming\local\bin\stack.exe C:\Users\appveyor\AppData\Roaming\local\bin\stack-master.exe
@@ -327,7 +327,7 @@ do_osx_install() {
echo ""
}

# Attempts to insall on FreeBSD. Installs dependencies with
# Attempts to install on FreeBSD. Installs dependencies with
# 'pkg install' and then downloads bindist.
do_freebsd_install() {
install_dependencies() {
@@ -159,7 +159,7 @@ Changes include:

- showTransaction: fix a case showing multiple missing amounts
showTransaction could sometimes hide the last posting's amount even if
one of the other posting amounts was already implcit, producing invalid
one of the other posting amounts was already implicit, producing invalid
transaction output.

- plog, plogAt: add missing newline
@@ -800,7 +800,7 @@ transactionFromCsvRecord sourcepos rules record = t
case postings' of
-- To be compatible with the behavior of the old code which allowed two postings only, we enforce
-- second posting when rules generated just first of them, and posting is of type that should be balanced.
-- When we have srictly first and second posting, but second posting does not have amount, we fill it in.
-- When we have strictly first and second posting, but second posting does not have amount, we fill it in.
[("1",posting1)] ->
case ptype posting1 of
VirtualPosting -> [posting1]
@@ -517,7 +517,7 @@ Licensed under the MIT license.
colors: ["#edc240", "#afd8f8", "#cb4b4b", "#4da74d", "#9440ed"],
legend: {
show: true,
noColumns: 1, // number of colums in legend table
noColumns: 1, // number of columns in legend table
labelFormatter: null, // fn: string -> string
labelBoxBorderColor: "#ccc", // border color for the little label boxes
container: null, // container (as jQuery object) to put legend in, null means default on top of graph
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ instance Anon Journal where
instance Anon Posting where
anon p = p { paccount = anonAccount . paccount $ p
, pcomment = T.empty
, ptransaction = fmap anon . ptransaction $ p -- Note that this will be overriden
, ptransaction = fmap anon . ptransaction $ p -- Note that this will be overridden
, poriginal = anon <$> poriginal p
}

@@ -448,7 +448,7 @@ To illustrate this, consider the following budget:
liabilities
```

With this, monthly budget for electronics is defined to be $100 and budget for personal expenses is an additional $1000, which implicity means
With this, monthly budget for electronics is defined to be $100 and budget for personal expenses is an additional $1000, which implicitly means
that budget for both `expenses:personal` and `expenses` is $1100.

Transactions in `expenses:personal:electronics` will be counted both towards its $100 budget and $1100 of `expenses:personal` , and transactions in any other subaccount of `expenses:personal` would be
@@ -432,7 +432,7 @@ To illustrate this, consider the following budget:
liabilities

With this, monthly budget for electronics is defined to be $100 and
budget for personal expenses is an additional $1000, which implicity
budget for personal expenses is an additional $1000, which implicitly
means that budget for both expenses:personal and expenses is $1100.

Transactions in expenses:personal:electronics will be counted both
@@ -2411,7 +2411,7 @@ To illustrate this, consider the following budget:
.fi
.PP
With this, monthly budget for electronics is defined to be $100 and
budget for personal expenses is an additional $1000, which implicity
budget for personal expenses is an additional $1000, which implicitly
means that budget for both \f[C]expenses:personal\f[R] and
\f[C]expenses\f[R] is $1100.
.PP
@@ -1952,7 +1952,7 @@ account, all its parents would have budget as well.
liabilities

With this, monthly budget for electronics is defined to be $100 and
budget for personal expenses is an additional $1000, which implicity
budget for personal expenses is an additional $1000, which implicitly
means that budget for both 'expenses:personal' and 'expenses' is $1100.

Transactions in 'expenses:personal:electronics' will be counted both

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