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authorkuaLeYi <kualeyidxa@gmail.com>2018-11-20 09:45:51 -0600
committerJoel Sherrill <joel@rtems.org>2018-11-20 09:45:51 -0600
commitbde6ac2060a955f8aa4802cd5e1c5abd759534e0 (patch)
treebaf5c1570ee252c6d2b1a1999a6ae71fcaa9e9c3
parentedae517758338c5d6103cde6ca1ad85d1bf551fd (diff)
downloadrtems-bde6ac2060a955f8aa4802cd5e1c5abd759534e0.tar.bz2
Misc: Minor English fixes (GCI 2018)
-rw-r--r--cpukit/ftpd/ftpd.c18
-rw-r--r--cpukit/libdrvmgr/README18
-rw-r--r--make/leaf.cfg4
-rw-r--r--testsuites/libtests/POSIX/README7
4 files changed, 24 insertions, 23 deletions
diff --git a/cpukit/ftpd/ftpd.c b/cpukit/ftpd/ftpd.c
index c4c31c35e7..ff6e6efd17 100644
--- a/cpukit/ftpd/ftpd.c
+++ b/cpukit/ftpd/ftpd.c
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
/* FIXME: 1. Parse command is a hack. We can do better.
* 2. OSV: hooks support seems to be bad, as it requires storing of
- * entire input file in memory. Seem to be better to change it to
+ * entire input file in memory. Seems to be better to change it to
* something more reasonable, like having
* 'hook_write(void const *buf, int count)' routine that will be
* called multiple times while file is being received.
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
*
* * Bug in `close_data_socket()' introduced by previous change fixed.
* * `command_pasv()' changed to set timeout on socket we are listening on
- * and code fixed to don't close socket twice on error.
+ * and code fixed to not close socket twice on error.
* * `serr()' changed to clear `errno'.
* * `data_socket()' changed to clear `errno' before `bind()'.
* * `session()' changed to clear `errno' before processing session.
@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@
* * Command parsing a little bit improved: command names are now
* converted to upper-case to be more compatible with RFC (command
* names are not case-sensitive.)
- * * Reformat comments so that they have RTEMS look-and-feel.
+ * * Reformat comments so that they have RTEMS look and feel.
*
* 2001-01-16 Sergei Organov <osv@javad.ru>
*
@@ -227,7 +227,7 @@
#define FTPD_SYSTYPE "UNIX Type: L8"
-/* Seem to be unused */
+/* Seems to be unused */
#if 0
#define FTPD_WELCOME_MESSAGE \
"Welcome to the RTEMS FTP server.\n" \
@@ -309,7 +309,7 @@ static void
yield(void)
{
/*
- * If we build not for the legacy network stack, then we use the libbsd. In
+ * If we do not build for the legacy network stack, then we use the libbsd. In
* the libbsd there is no global network stack semaphore which provides round
* robin fairness for threads of equal priority.
*/
@@ -1475,8 +1475,8 @@ command_port(FTPD_SessionInfo_t *info, char const *args)
if(i == NUM_FIELDS)
{
- /* Note: while it contradicts with RFC959, we don't allow PORT command
- * to specify IP address different than those of the originating client
+ /* Note: while it contradicts RFC959, we don't allow PORT command
+ * to specify IP address different from that of the originating client
* for the sake of safety. */
if (ip_info.u.ip == info->def_addr.sin_addr.s_addr)
{
@@ -1855,7 +1855,7 @@ exec_command(FTPD_SessionInfo_t *info, char *cmd, char *args)
/*
* session
*
- * This task handles single session. It is waked up when the FTP daemon gets a
+ * This task handles single session. It is woken up when the FTP daemon gets a
* service request from a remote machine. Here, we watch for commands that
* will come through the control connection. These commands are then parsed
* and executed until the connection is closed, either unintentionally or
@@ -1915,7 +1915,7 @@ session(rtems_task_argument arg)
send_reply(info, 501, "Command line too long.");
/*
- * We could also try to continue here, however, discarding the rest
+ * We could also try to continue here; however, discarding the rest
* of the current command line and figuring out when the next command
* starts with fgets() is not that easy. It would be better to avoid
* the FILE stream and just use the socket directly with send() and
diff --git a/cpukit/libdrvmgr/README b/cpukit/libdrvmgr/README
index 0f7dde638e..d0ef23354c 100644
--- a/cpukit/libdrvmgr/README
+++ b/cpukit/libdrvmgr/README
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ http://www.gaisler.com/anonftp/rcc/doc/.
INITIALIZATION
==============
-The Driver Manager can be intialized in two different ways:
+The Driver Manager can be initialized in two different ways:
1. during RTEMS startup
2. started by user, typically in the Init task
@@ -33,11 +33,11 @@ Most of the problems above are solved for the two methods by
specifying in which initialization levels IRQ handling is done.
See Level 1 and Level 2 below.
-Other differences is that IRQ, System Clock Timer, debug Console
-and Console can be initialized by the help of the driver manager
+Other differences are that IRQ, System Clock Timer, debug Console
+and Console can be initialized with the help of the driver manager
when initialized during start up. Between Level0 and Level1 the
-RTEMS I/O Manager drivers are initialized. The LEON3 BSP has
-therefore two different versions of the basic drivers.
+RTEMS I/O Manager drivers are initialized. The LEON3 BSP therefore
+has two different versions of the basic drivers.
LEVEL0
@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ driver.
LEVEL1 - FIND/RESET/IRQ Clear
-----------------------------
-The driver is for the first time informed of the presence of a
+The driver is, for the first time, informed of the presence of a
device. Only basic initialization.
- Find all hardware needed for IRQ, Console, Timer and hardware
@@ -65,14 +65,14 @@ device. Only basic initialization.
- Register Timer for system clock
- Register Console UART
-During this intialization level interrupts may not be registered,
-enabled or disabled at the IRQ controller. But, all IRQ sources
+During this initialization level interrupts may not be registered,
+enabled or disabled at the IRQ controller, but all IRQ sources
should be cleared to avoid spurious interrupts later on.
AFTER LEVEL1 - if initialized during startup
--------------------------------------------
-The statically configured drivers are initialized as normally by RTEMS. The
+The statically configured drivers are initialized as normal by RTEMS. The
hardware was found in LEVEL1.
CONFIGURE_BSP_PREREQUISITE_DRIVERS may initialize IRQ driver, or
diff --git a/make/leaf.cfg b/make/leaf.cfg
index 6ebf4bdc41..7ce50efaff 100644
--- a/make/leaf.cfg
+++ b/make/leaf.cfg
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ LIBSUFFIX_VA = $(LIB_VARIANT).a
# Pull in the desired "target" compiler
# Programs built on the host use automake generated rules.
-# This will not change $(ARCH) -- binaries will still be place as per target
+# This will not change $(ARCH) -- binaries will still be placed as per target
include ${CONFIG.CC}
ifeq (${DEPEND},$(wildcard ${DEPEND}))
include ${DEPEND} # pull in dependencies if they exist
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ debug:
endif
#
-# VARIANT_VA will convert our ${ARCH} back into "" or "debug".
+# VARIANT_VA will convert our ${ARCH} back to "" or "debug".
# Handy when one makefile wants to hop over into a peer's tree and
# build something "the same" way.
#
diff --git a/testsuites/libtests/POSIX/README b/testsuites/libtests/POSIX/README
index 48dfa8121f..8ba8622280 100644
--- a/testsuites/libtests/POSIX/README
+++ b/testsuites/libtests/POSIX/README
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-This testsuite consists of a collection of (non-functional) programs snippets
+This testsuite consists of a collection of (non-functional) program snippets
to check an RTEMS toolchain consisting of
* GCC (libgcc etc.)
* binutils
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ to check an RTEMS toolchain consisting of
for IEEE Std 1003.1-2008 (aka. POSIX[1]) compliance by link-tests.
All of these programs are supposed to be compilable without any warning,
-independently of the configuration being used in any of the components
+independently of the configuration used in any of the components
involved.
NB:
@@ -17,9 +17,10 @@ NB:
- These program snippets are not supposed to be functional.
- This suite only checks for a subset of POSIX library calls, which are
- known to have been critical in RTEMS/GCC/newlib interaction at some point
+ known to have been critical to RTEMS/GCC/newlib interaction at some point
in RTEMS/GCC/newlib's history.
References:
[1] The Open Group Base Specifications Issue 7, IEEE Std 1003.1™-2008,
http://www.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799
+