Commit da070816 authored by Chris Lamb's avatar Chris Lamb 💬

Drop double-spaces in .desc files.

parent df7800c4
......@@ -450,7 +450,7 @@ Info: The listed ELF binary appears to be (partially) built without
<tt>lfs</tt> feature from the <tt>future</tt> dpkg-buildflags feature
area which sets the <tt>CPPFLAGS</tt> variable (since dpkg-dev 1.19.0).
Note though, that <tt>getconf LFS_CFLAGS</tt> must not be used,
as it does not support cross-building. Using
as it does not support cross-building. Using
<tt>_FILE_OFFSET_BITS</tt> should require no system function renames (eg.
from open(2) to open64(2)), and if this tag is still emitted, the most
probable cause is because the macro is not seen by the system code being
......@@ -497,12 +497,12 @@ Info: The listed ELF binary appears to use a C library function that
performs DES encryption and/or decryption (<tt>encrypt</tt>,
<tt>encrypt_r</tt>, <tt>setkey</tt>, and/or <tt>setkey_r</tt>).
The DES block cipher can be broken by brute force on modern hardware,
which makes any use of these functions insecure. Also, programs that
which makes any use of these functions insecure. Also, programs that
use these functions cannot be linked against the <tt>libcrypt.so</tt>
provided by glibc 2.28 and higher.
.
The program will need to be revised to use modern cryptographic
primitives and protocols. Depending on how the program uses these
primitives and protocols. Depending on how the program uses these
functions, it may be necessary to continue using DES under some
circumstances (e.g. for protocol compatibility, or to retain the
ability to decrypt old data on disk) but this should be done using
......@@ -516,7 +516,7 @@ Info: The listed ELF binary appears to use a C library function that
definition of <tt>encrypt</tt>, <tt>encrypt_r</tt>, <tt>setkey</tt>,
and/or <tt>setkey_r</tt> to come from some shared library other than
<tt>libcrypt.so</tt>, <em>and</em> that shared library defines these
functions to do something other than perform DES encryption. If this
functions to do something other than perform DES encryption. If this
is the case it is appropriate to override this tag.
Tag: obsolete-crypt-alias
......
......@@ -210,8 +210,8 @@ Certainty: certain
Info: The maintainer e-mail address either loops back to itself because
it is set to an address which is known to bounce mails. Policy
states: The email address given in the Maintainer control field must
accept mail from those role accounts in Debian used to send automated
mails regarding the package. This includes non-spam mail from the bug-
accept mail from those role accounts in Debian used to send automated
mails regarding the package. This includes non-spam mail from the bug-
tracking system.
Ref: policy 3.3
......@@ -254,11 +254,11 @@ Severity: serious
Certainty: certain
Info: The maintainer e-mail address either loops back to itself because
it is set to package@packages.debian.org or
package@packages.qa.debian.org or references an email address
(typically a mailing list) which is known to bounce mails. Policy
package@packages.qa.debian.org or references an email address
(typically a mailing list) which is known to bounce mails. Policy
states: The email address given in the Maintainer control field must
accept mail from those role accounts in Debian used to send automated
mails regarding the package. This includes non-spam mail from the bug-
accept mail from those role accounts in Debian used to send automated
mails regarding the package. This includes non-spam mail from the bug-
tracking system.
Ref: policy 3.3
......
......@@ -1158,7 +1158,7 @@ Info: This package creates a potential privacy breach by fetching a
Tag: privacy-breach-facebook
Severity: serious
Certainty: possible
Info: This package creates a privacy breach by exchanging data with
Info: This package creates a privacy breach by exchanging data with
Facebook at runtime via plugins such as "Share" or "Like" buttons.
.
Please replace any scripts, images, or other remote resources with
......@@ -1323,7 +1323,7 @@ Info: This package contains a *.ttf, *.otf, or *.pfb file, file
extensions used by TrueType, OpenType, or Type 1 fonts, but the package
does not appear to be a dedicated font package. Dedicated font package
names should begin with <tt>fonts-</tt>. (Type 1 fonts are also allowed
in packages starting with <tt>xfonts-</tt>.) If the font is already
in packages starting with <tt>xfonts-</tt>.) If the font is already
packaged, you should depend on that package instead. Otherwise, normally
the font should be packaged separately, since fonts are usually useful
outside of the package that embeds them.
......@@ -1483,7 +1483,7 @@ Info: This package contains a file named <tt>mimeinfo.cache</tt>,
Tag: package-contains-mime-file-outside-package-dir
Severity: important
Certainty: certain
Ref: #761649, /usr/share/doc/shared-mime-info/
Ref: #761649, /usr/share/doc/shared-mime-info/
Info: This package contains a file in a path reserved solely for
mime cache file.
.
......
......@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ Severity: minor
Certainty: wild-guess
Info: This package installs a <tt>.cma</tt> file and a <tt>.cmo</tt> file
with the same base name. Most of the time, the module provided by the
<tt>.cmo</tt> file is also linked in the <tt>.cma</tt> file, so the
<tt>.cmo</tt> file is also linked in the <tt>.cma</tt> file, so the
<tt>.cmo</tt> file is useless.
Tag: ocaml-dangling-cmi
......
......@@ -172,7 +172,7 @@ Certainty: certain
Info: The Debian diff.gz contains changes to files or creation of additional
files outside the <tt>debian</tt> directory. Keeping the changes as separate
patches under the control of a patch system allows for more fine grained
control over them. The package will also more easily support possible
control over them. The package will also more easily support possible
future source package formats if all changes outside the <tt>debian</tt>
directory are stored as patches.
.
......
......@@ -154,7 +154,7 @@ Info: The Python-Version or Python3-Version control field is not in one
&gt;= A.B, &lt;&lt; X.Y
A.B, X.Y
.
(One or more specific versions may be listed with the last form.) A.B
(One or more specific versions may be listed with the last form.) A.B
and X.Y should be Python versions.
Tag: python-version-current-is-deprecated
......
......@@ -669,7 +669,7 @@ Ref: policy 9.3.3
Tag: maintainer-script-should-not-use-adduser-system-without-home
Severity: serious
Certainty: certain
Info: The maintainer script apparently runs 'adduser --system'
Info: The maintainer script apparently runs 'adduser --system'
but hardcodes a path under '/home' for the '--home' option or
does not use the '--home' option.
.
......
......@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ Certainty: certain
Info: The package should not only include the shared library itself, but also
the symbolic link which ldconfig would produce. (This is necessary, so
that the link gets removed by dpkg automatically when the package
gets removed.) If the symlink is in the package, check that the SONAME of the
gets removed.) If the symlink is in the package, check that the SONAME of the
library matches the info in the shlibs file.
Ref: policy 8.1
......
......@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ Certainty: certain
Info: This package is not native and requires a Debian revision as part of the
version recorded in debian/changelog.
.
This error is sometimes also triggered in packages with a 1.0 source format
This error is sometimes also triggered in packages with a 1.0 source format
and a stray <tt>*.orig.tar.gz</tt> file in the parent directory, which causes
<tt>dpkg-source</tt> to believe that the package is non-native. If that is
incorrect, please convert the package to the 3.0 (native) format.
......
......@@ -65,5 +65,5 @@ Info: Tag to attempt to measure the number of packages that might
have an issue with arch:all binNMUs.
.
At this time, please do <i>not</i> attempt to "fix" the problem. It
is not clear what the solution is (if any at all), nor is it clear
is not clear what the solution is (if any at all), nor is it clear
that this is something that will or should be supported.
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