Commit 95faa65d authored by Lev Lamberov's avatar Lev Lamberov

Fix more typos

parent 0e85c882
From: Lev Lamberov <dogsleg@debian.org>
Subject: Fix typo
This patch fixes typo in documentation (accidentaly -> accidentally).
This patch fixes typo in documentation (accidently -> accidentally).
--- a/convmv
+++ b/convmv
......@@ -19,11 +19,11 @@ This patch fixes typo in documentation (accidentaly -> accidentally).
Sometimes it might happen that you "double-encoded" certain filenames, for
-example the file names already were UTF-8 encoded and you accidently did
+example the file names already were UTF-8 encoded and you accidentlly did
+example the file names already were UTF-8 encoded and you accidentally did
another conversion from some charset to UTF-8. You can simply undo that by
converting that the other way round. The from-charset has to be UTF-8 and the
-to-charset has to be the from-charset you previously accidently used. If you
+to-charset has to be the from-charset you previously accidentlly used. If you
+to-charset has to be the from-charset you previously accidentally used. If you
use the C<--fixdouble> option convmv will make sure that only files will be
processed that will still be UTF-8 encoded after conversion and it will leave
non-UTF-8 files untouched. You should check to get the correct results by doing
......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ This patch fixes typo in documentation (accidentaly -> accidentally).
they are being printed - they often contain control sequences which do funny
things with your terminal window. If you are not sure about the charset which
-was accidently converted from, using C<--qfrom> is a good way to fiddle out the
+was accidentlly converted from, using C<--qfrom> is a good way to fiddle out the
+was accidentally converted from, using C<--qfrom> is a good way to fiddle out the
required encoding without destroying the file names finally.
=head2 How to repair Samba files
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