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authorJoel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@OARcorp.com>1998-08-25 21:02:58 +0000
committerJoel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@OARcorp.com>1998-08-25 21:02:58 +0000
commita99ea16bed57219e9994584e7e0bb79c71d88181 (patch)
tree5dea8e6bf1d93e9d13b6f6ae2689a6cd1a62dc83
parent142f6a5125f9fd6d1b89c62e96a7b9a38c0a67a6 (diff)
downloadrtems-a99ea16bed57219e9994584e7e0bb79c71d88181.tar.bz2
Fixed spelling mistakes.
-rw-r--r--doc/new_chapters/confspace.t54
-rw-r--r--doc/new_chapters/eventlog.t28
2 files changed, 41 insertions, 41 deletions
diff --git a/doc/new_chapters/confspace.t b/doc/new_chapters/confspace.t
index 76fc4d73da..1a43c6e10e 100644
--- a/doc/new_chapters/confspace.t
+++ b/doc/new_chapters/confspace.t
@@ -98,7 +98,7 @@ The notification argument specifies an invalid log facility.
The @code{cfg_mount} function maps a configuration space defined
by the file identified by the the @code{file} argument. The
distinguished node of the mapped configuration space shall be
-mounted in the active space at the point identified bt the
+mounted in the active space at the point identified by the
@code{cfgpath} configuration pathname.
The @code{notification} argument specifies how changes to the
@@ -172,7 +172,7 @@ resolution of the cfgpath argument
The @code{cfg_umount} function unmaps the configuration space whose
distinguished node is mapped in the active space at the location defined
-by @code{cfgpatah} configuration pathname. All system resources
+by @code{cfgpath} configuration pathname. All system resources
allocated for this configuration space should be deallocated.
@subheading NOTES:
@@ -181,7 +181,7 @@ The @code{_POSIX_CFG} feature flag is defined to indicate
this service is available.
@page
-@subsection cfg_mknod - Create a Configuratioin Node
+@subsection cfg_mknod - Create a Configuration Node
@subheading CALLING SEQUENCE:
@@ -207,7 +207,7 @@ or an entire path name exceed @code{PATH_MAX} characters while
@code{_POSIX_NO_TRUNC} is in effect.
@item ENOENT
-A compent of the path prefix does not exist.
+A component of the path prefix does not exist.
@item EACCES
Search permission is denied for a component of the path prefix.
@@ -287,7 +287,7 @@ A component of cfgpath does not exist.
Search permission is denied for a component of the path prefix.
@item EPERM
-The calling process does not have the appropriate priviledges.
+The calling process does not have the appropriate privileges.
@item ELOOP
A node appears more than once in the path specified by the
@@ -415,7 +415,7 @@ The link named by dest and the node named by src are from different
configuration spaces.
@item ENOSPC
-The node in which the entry for the new link is boeing placed
+The node in which the entry for the new link is being placed
cannot be extended because there is no space left on the
configuration space containing the node.
@@ -439,7 +439,7 @@ resolution of the cfgpath argument.
@subheading DESCRIPTION:
-The @code{src} and @code{dest}arguments point to pathnnames which
+The @code{src} and @code{dest}arguments point to pathnames which
name existing nodes. The @code{cfg_link} function shall atomically
create a link between specified nodes, and increment by one the link
count of the node specified by the @code{src} argument.
@@ -494,7 +494,7 @@ be removed.
A component of cfgpath does not exist.
@item EPERM
-The calling process does not have the appropriate priviledge to
+The calling process does not have the appropriate privilege to
modify the node indicated by the path prefix of the cfgpath
argument.
@@ -507,7 +507,7 @@ An I/O error occurred while deleting the link entry or deallocating
the node.
@item EROFS
-The named node resides in a read-opnly configuration space.
+The named node resides in a read-only configuration space.
@item ELOOP
A node appears more than once in the path specified by the
@@ -523,7 +523,7 @@ resolution of the cfgpath argument.
The @code{cfg_unlink} function removes the link between the node
specified by the @code{cfgpath} path prefix and the parent node
-specified by @code{cfgpaht}, and shall decrement the link count
+specified by @code{cfgpath}, and shall decrement the link count
of the @code{cfgpath} node.
When the link count of the node becomes zero, the space occupied
@@ -545,7 +545,7 @@ int cfg_open(
const char *pathnames[],
int options,
int (*compar)(const CFGENT **f1, const CFGENT **f2),
- CFG **cfgsrteam
+ CFG **cfgstream
);
@end example
@end ifset
@@ -584,7 +584,7 @@ resolution of the pathnames argument.
@item ENAMETOOLONG
As a result of encountering a symbolic link in resolution of the
-pathname specified by the pathnames argument, the lenght of
+pathname specified by the pathnames argument, the length of
the substituted pathname string exceeded @code{PATH_MAX}.
@end table
@@ -611,7 +611,7 @@ field of the returned CFGENT structure shall describe
the target node pointed to by the link instead of the
link itself, unless the target node does not exist.
If the target node has children, the pre-order return,
-followed by the return of structures referenceing all of
+followed by the return of structures referencing all of
its descendants, followed by a post-order return, shall
be done.
@@ -642,7 +642,7 @@ return, shall be done.
@item CFG_XDEV
The configuration space functions shall not return a
CFGENT structure for any node in a different configuration
-space than the configuration spacce of the nodes identified
+space than the configuration space of the nodes identified
by the CFGENT structures for the @code{pathnames} argument.
@end table
@@ -711,7 +711,7 @@ More than @code{SYMLOOP_MAX} symbolic links were encountered during
resolution of the cfgpath argument.
@item ENAMETOOLONG
-As aresult of encountering a symbolic link in resolution of the
+As a result of encountering a symbolic link in resolution of the
pathname specified by the pathnames argument, the length of the
substituted pathname string exceeded @code{PATH_MATH}.
@@ -719,7 +719,7 @@ substituted pathname string exceeded @code{PATH_MATH}.
@subheading DESCRIPTION:
-The @code{cfg_read} function returns a pointer to a CFGENT sturcture
+The @code{cfg_read} function returns a pointer to a CFGENT structure
representing a node in the configuration space to which @code{cfgp}
refers. The returned pointer shall be stored at the location
indicated by the @code{node} argument.
@@ -736,13 +736,13 @@ specifies otherwise with @code{cfg_mark}]-once immediately before
the structures representing their descendants, are returned
(pre-order), and once immediately after structures representing all
of their descendants, if any, are returned (post-order). The
-CFGENT structure returned in post-porder (with the exception of the
+CFGENT structure returned in post-order (with the exception of the
@code{cfg_info} field) shall be identical to that returned in pre-order.
Structures referencing nodes of other types shall be returned at least
once.
The fields of the CFGENT structure shall contain the following
-informatation:
+information:
@table @b
@@ -789,8 +789,8 @@ space routines.
@item cfg_path
A pathname for the node including and relative to the
argument supplied to the @code{cfg_open} routine for this
-configuration space. This pathname may be logner than
-@code{PATH_MAX} bytes. This patname shall be NULL-terminated.
+configuration space. This pathname may be longer than
+@code{PATH_MAX} bytes. This pathname shall be NULL-terminated.
@item cfg_name
The nodename of the node.
@@ -805,7 +805,7 @@ field.
@item cfg_level
The depth of the current entry in the configuration space.
-The @code{cfg_level} field of the @code{cfg_partent}
+The @code{cfg_level} field of the @code{cfg_parent}
structure for each of the node(s) specified in the
@code{pathnames} argument to the @code{cfg_open} function
shall be set to 0, and this number shall be incremented for
@@ -867,7 +867,7 @@ Structures returned by @code{cfg_read} with a @code{cfg_info} field equal
to CFG_D shall be accessible until a subsequent call, on the same
configuration traversal stream, to @code{cfg_close}, or to @code{cfg_read}
after they have been returned by the @code{cfg_read} function in
-post-order. Structures returded by @code{cfg_read} with an
+post-order. Structures returned by @code{cfg_read} with an
@code{cfg_info} field not equal to CFG_D shall be accessible until a
subsequent call, on the same configuration traversal stream, to
@code{cfg_close} or @code{cfg_read}.
@@ -923,7 +923,7 @@ component is longer than @code{NAME_MAX} while @code{_POSIX_NO_TRUNC} is
in effect.
@item EINVAL
-The specified value of the optiions argument is invalid.
+The specified value of the options argument is invalid.
@item ENOENT
The named node does not exist.
@@ -1005,12 +1005,12 @@ flags specified in the following list:
If the @code{cfgp} argument is non-NULL, or the @code{f}
argument is NULL, or the structure referenced by @code{f}
is not the one most recently returned by @code{cfg_read},
-@code{cfg_mark} ahall return an error. Otherwise, the next
-call to teh @code{cfg_read} function shall return the
+@code{cfg_mark} shall return an error. Otherwise, the next
+call to the @code{cfg_read} function shall return the
structure referenced by @code{f} with the @code{cfg_info}
field reinitialized. Subsequent behavior of the @code{cfg}
functions shall be based on the reinitialized value of
-@code{cfg_ingo}.
+@code{cfg_info}.
@item CFG_SKIP
If the @code{cfgp} argument is non-NULL, or the @code{f}
@@ -1076,7 +1076,7 @@ traversal stream.
The @code{cfg_close} function closes a configuration space transversal
stream represented by the CFG structure pointed at by the @code{cfgp}
argument. All system resources allocated for this configuration space
-travsversal stream should be deallocated. Upon return, the value of
+traversal stream should be deallocated. Upon return, the value of
@code{cfgp} need not point to an accessible object of type CFG.
@subheading NOTES:
diff --git a/doc/new_chapters/eventlog.t b/doc/new_chapters/eventlog.t
index 48b9daf408..2c94594201 100644
--- a/doc/new_chapters/eventlog.t
+++ b/doc/new_chapters/eventlog.t
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
@section Introduction
The event logging manager provides a portable method for logging
-system and appplication events and subsequent processing of those
+system and application events and subsequent processing of those
events. The capabilities in this manager were defined in the POSIX
1003.1h/D3 proposed standard titled @b{Services for Reliable,
Available, and Serviceable Systems}.
@@ -132,7 +132,7 @@ being written. The @code{event_id} argument shall specify the value
of the event ID attribute of the event record.
The argument @code{facility} indicates the facility from which the
-event type is drawn. The @code{facility} aargument shall specify the
+event type is drawn. The @code{facility} argument shall specify the
value of the event record facility attribute. The value of the
@code{facility} argument shall be a valid log facility or the
@code{log_write} function shall fail.
@@ -144,7 +144,7 @@ of the event record severity attribute. The value of the
@code{LOG_SEVERITY_MAX} or the @code{log_write} function shall fail.
The effective_UID of the calling process shall specify the event
-record UID attribute. The efective-GID of the calling process
+record UID attribute. The effective-GID of the calling process
shall specify the event record GID attribute. The process ID
of the calling process shall specify the event record process ID
attribute. The process group ID of the calling process shall
@@ -294,13 +294,13 @@ of the log file associated with the open log file descriptor @code{logdes},
placing the @code{log_entry} structure into the buffer pointed to by
@code{entry}, and the data into the buffer pointed to by @code{log_buf}.
The log record ID of the returned event record shall be stored in the
-@code{log_recied} member of the @code{log_entry} structure for the event
+@code{log_recid} member of the @code{log_entry} structure for the event
record.
If the query attribute of the open log file description associated with
the @code{logdes} is set, the event record read shall match that query.
If the @code{entry} argument is not NULL it will point to a @code{log_entry}
-structure which sall be filled with the creation information for this log
+structure which shall be filled with the creation information for this log
entry. If the argument @code{log_buf} is not NULL the data written with the
log entry will be placed in the buffer. The size of the buffer is specified
by the argument @code{log_len}.
@@ -336,7 +336,7 @@ int log_notify(
@table @b
@item EBADF
-The logdes arfument is not a valid log file descriptor.
+The logdes argument is not a valid log file descriptor.
@item EINVAL
The notification argument specifies an invalid signal.
@@ -450,7 +450,7 @@ The log_recid argument is not a valid record id.
@subheading DESCRIPTION:
The @code{log_seek} function shall set the log file offset of the open
-log descriptioin associated with the @code{logdes} log file descriptor
+log description associated with the @code{logdes} log file descriptor
to the event record in the log file identified by @code{log_recid}.
The @code{log_recid} argument is either the record id of a valid event
record or one of the following values, as defined in the header <evlog.h>:
@@ -507,7 +507,7 @@ according to this function shall be according to decreasing severity.
If @code{s1} is ordered before or is equal to @code{s2} then the ordering
predicate shall return 1, otherwise the predicate shall return 0. If
-either @code{s1} or @code{s2} specify invlid severity values, the return
+either @code{s1} or @code{s2} specify invalid severity values, the return
value of @code{log_severity_before} is unspecified.
@subheading NOTES:
@@ -545,7 +545,7 @@ The facilitysetops primitives manipulate sets of facilities. They
operate on data objects addressable by the application.
The @code{log_facilityemptyset} function initializes the facility
-set pointed to by the argument @code{set}, such that all facilties
+set pointed to by the argument @code{set}, such that all facilities
are included.
Applications shall call either @code{log_facilityemptyset} or
@@ -605,7 +605,7 @@ The facilitysetops primitives manipulate sets of facilities. They
operate on data objects addressable by the application.
The @code{log_facilityemptyset} function initializes the facility
-set pointed to by the argument @code{set}, such that all facilties
+set pointed to by the argument @code{set}, such that all facilities
are included.
Applications shall call either @code{log_facilityemptyset} or
@@ -666,7 +666,7 @@ The facilitysetops primitives manipulate sets of facilities. They
operate on data objects addressable by the application.
The @code{log_facilityemptyset} function initializes the facility
-set pointed to by the argument @code{set}, such that all facilties
+set pointed to by the argument @code{set}, such that all facilities
are included.
Applications shall call either @code{log_facilityemptyset} or
@@ -727,7 +727,7 @@ The facilitysetops primitives manipulate sets of facilities. They
operate on data objects addressable by the application.
The @code{log_facilityemptyset} function initializes the facility
-set pointed to by the argument @code{set}, such that all facilties
+set pointed to by the argument @code{set}, such that all facilities
are included.
Applications shall call either @code{log_facilityemptyset} or
@@ -789,7 +789,7 @@ The facilitysetops primitives manipulate sets of facilities. They
operate on data objects addressable by the application.
The @code{log_facilityemptyset} function initializes the facility
-set pointed to by the argument @code{set}, such that all facilties
+set pointed to by the argument @code{set}, such that all facilities
are included.
Applications shall call either @code{log_facilityemptyset} or
@@ -847,7 +847,7 @@ The is ????????????
@subheading DESCRIPTION:
This function dynamically allocates memory for the @code{ld}, associates
-a directory path to the @code{Ld}, andprovides access permissions to the
+a directory path to the @code{Ld}, and provides access permissions to the
@code{ld}.
@subheading NOTES: