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fix typos in README

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@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ $ cd partio
$ scons -j 4
(dist/ will now have your build)
-Geting Started
+Getting Started
==============
I support both scons and cmake build files. I would rather not support
@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ src/
Class Model
-----------
-The goal of the library is to abstract the particle itnerface from the data
+The goal of the library is to abstract the particle interface from the data
representation. That is why Partio represents particles using three classes that
inherit and provide more functionality
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ ParticlesDataMutable - Read/write access to all particle data
The functions used to get particle access are these:
readHeaders()
- returns ParticlsInfo
+ returns ParticlesInfo
reads only the minimum data necessary to get number of particles and
attributes
@@ -77,8 +77,8 @@ VECTOR[3]
FLOAT[d]
INT[d]
-VECTOR[3] and FLOAT[3] have the same data repesentations.
-VECTOR[4] is invalid howver FLOAT[4] is valid as is FLOAT[1...infinity]
+VECTOR[3] and FLOAT[3] have the same data representations.
+VECTOR[4] is invalid however FLOAT[4] is valid as is FLOAT[1...infinity]
This seems to encompass the most common file formats for particles
@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@ Readers/Writers
New readers and writers can be added in the io/ directory. You simply need to
implement the interface ParticlesInfo, ParticlesData and ParticlesDataMutable
-(or as many as you need). Editing the io/readers.h to add protoypes and
+(or as many as you need). Editing the io/readers.h to add prototypes and
io/ParticleIO.cpp to add file extension bindings should be easy.

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