From: Robert Luberda <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 6 May 2011 22:49:57 +0200
Subject: 12 spelling typos2
Fix more spelling typos found by lintian.
dictd.8.in | 4 ++--
dictfmt.1.in | 2 +-
2 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)
diff --git a/dictd.8.in b/dictd.8.in
index 11b13da..f194a32 100644
@@ -410,7 +410,7 @@ differently depending on whether
.I OPTION MIME
command was received from client or was not,
i.e. the database created by this section
-allows to return to the client either a plain text or
+allows one to return to the client either a plain text or
specially formatted content depending on whether DICT client supports
(or wants to receive) MIMEized content or doesn't.
@@ -1218,7 +1218,7 @@ you can get only 100 ones skipping the first 800 matches.
This is made by specified these limits in a query like this:
800#100#app, where 800 is skip count, 100 is a number of matches
you want to get and "app" is your query.
-This strategy allows to implement DICT client with fast autocompletion
+This strategy allows one to implement DICT client with fast autocompletion
(although it is not trivial)
just like many standalone dictionary programs do.
diff --git a/dictfmt.1.in b/dictfmt.1.in
index e00b480..867ee62 100644
@@ -273,7 +273,7 @@ and the input file contains \'autumn%%%fall', both 'autumn' and 'fall'
will be indexed as headwords, with the same definition.
.BI \-\-index\-data\-separator " sep"
-sets the index/data separator, which allows to set the first and fourth
+sets the index/data separator, which allows one to set the first and fourth
columns of .index file independently. That is
the first column can be treated as an index column
(where the MATCH command searches) and the fourth column as a result column