Commit d4d0065c authored by Damyan Ivanov's avatar Damyan Ivanov

drop pod-spelling.patch, adopted upstream

parent 41d91c45
Description: POD spelling fixes
Author: Damyan Ivanov <dmn@debian.org>
Forwarded: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=124004
Bug: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=124004
--- a/lib/Mail/Box-Overview.pod
+++ b/lib/Mail/Box-Overview.pod
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ directory.
=head2 Distributions
-Upto MailBox v2, all C<Mail::*> modules where released as a single
+Up to MailBox v2, all C<Mail::*> modules where released as a single
distribution. From v3, there are a few separate distributions in an
attempt to reduce the dependencies:
--- a/lib/Mail/Box.pod
+++ b/lib/Mail/Box.pod
@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ C<Mail::Box> is the base class for acces
they store their messages, but when some effort those differences could
be hidden behind a general API. For example, some folders store many
messages in one single file, where other store each message in a separate
-file withing the same directory.
+file within the same directory.
No object in your program will be of type C<Mail::Box>: it is only used
as base class for the real folder types. C<Mail::Box> is extended by
@@ -1365,7 +1365,7 @@ The best feature of this organization is
exactly as it was received, and can be processed with external scripts
as well: you do not need any mail user agent (MUA).
-Examples of directoy organized folders are MH, Maildir, EMH, and XMH.
+Examples of directory organized folders are MH, Maildir, EMH, and XMH.
=item * Network (external) folders L<Mail::Box::Net|Mail::Box::Net>
@@ -1405,7 +1405,7 @@ feature is support for encrypted connect
=item * L<Mail::Box::Maildir|Mail::Box::Maildir>
Maildir folders have a directory for each folder. A folder directory
-contains C<tmp>, C<new>, and C<cur> sub-directories, each containting
+contains C<tmp>, C<new>, and C<cur> sub-directories, each containing
messages with a different purpose. Files with new messages are created
in C<tmp>, then moved to C<new> (ready to be accepted). Later, they are
moved to the C<cur> directory (accepted). Each message is one file with
@@ -1491,7 +1491,7 @@ proceed for the other messages.
The folder where the messages are copied to is not opened with write
access (see L<new(access)|Mail::Box/"Constructors">). This has no relation with write permission
-to the folder which is controled by your operating system.
+to the folder which is controlled by your operating system.
=item Warning: Different messages with id $msgid
--- a/lib/Mail/Box/Dir.pod
+++ b/lib/Mail/Box/Dir.pod
@@ -531,7 +531,7 @@ proceed for the other messages.
The folder where the messages are copied to is not opened with write
access (see L<new(access)|Mail::Box/"Constructors">). This has no relation with write permission
-to the folder which is controled by your operating system.
+to the folder which is controlled by your operating system.
=item Warning: Different messages with id $msgid
--- a/lib/Mail/Box/File.pod
+++ b/lib/Mail/Box/File.pod
@@ -710,7 +710,7 @@ proceed for the other messages.
The folder where the messages are copied to is not opened with write
access (see L<new(access)|Mail::Box/"Constructors">). This has no relation with write permission
-to the folder which is controled by your operating system.
+to the folder which is controlled by your operating system.
=item Warning: Different messages with id $msgid
--- a/lib/Mail/Box/Locker/Flock.pod
+++ b/lib/Mail/Box/Locker/Flock.pod
@@ -204,7 +204,7 @@ Inherited, see L<Mail::Box::Locker/"Clea
=item Warning: Folder $folder already flocked
The folder is already locked, but you attempt to lock it again. The
-behavior of double flock's is platform dependend, and therefore should
+behavior of double flock's is platform dependent, and therefore should
not be attempted. The second lock is ignored (but the unlock isn't)
=item Error: Package $package does not implement $method.
--- a/lib/Mail/Box/Locker/Multi.pod
+++ b/lib/Mail/Box/Locker/Multi.pod
@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@ used by the multi locker.
Array of locker type NAMES or LOCKER objects to be used to lock one
folder. The type NAMES are converted into objects. When you create your
-own LOCKER objects, be sure to set the timeout very short (preferrably
+own LOCKER objects, be sure to set the timeout very short (preferably
to 1).
Some locking types are not available on some platforms, so they will
--- a/lib/Mail/Box/MH.pod
+++ b/lib/Mail/Box/MH.pod
@@ -677,7 +677,7 @@ proceed for the other messages.
The folder where the messages are copied to is not opened with write
access (see L<new(access)|Mail::Box/"Constructors">). This has no relation with write permission
-to the folder which is controled by your operating system.
+to the folder which is controlled by your operating system.
=item Warning: Different messages with id $msgid
--- a/lib/Mail/Box/Maildir.pod
+++ b/lib/Mail/Box/Maildir.pod
@@ -600,7 +600,7 @@ proceed for the other messages.
The folder where the messages are copied to is not opened with write
access (see L<new(access)|Mail::Box/"Constructors">). This has no relation with write permission
-to the folder which is controled by your operating system.
+to the folder which is controlled by your operating system.
=item Warning: Different messages with id $msgid
--- a/lib/Mail/Box/Mbox.pod
+++ b/lib/Mail/Box/Mbox.pod
@@ -649,7 +649,7 @@ proceed for the other messages.
The folder where the messages are copied to is not opened with write
access (see L<new(access)|Mail::Box/"Constructors">). This has no relation with write permission
-to the folder which is controled by your operating system.
+to the folder which is controlled by your operating system.
=item Warning: Different messages with id $msgid
--- a/lib/Mail/Box/Net.pod
+++ b/lib/Mail/Box/Net.pod
@@ -524,7 +524,7 @@ proceed for the other messages.
The folder where the messages are copied to is not opened with write
access (see L<new(access)|Mail::Box/"Constructors">). This has no relation with write permission
-to the folder which is controled by your operating system.
+to the folder which is controlled by your operating system.
=item Warning: Different messages with id $msgid
--- a/lib/Mail/Message/Head/Delayed.pod
+++ b/lib/Mail/Message/Head/Delayed.pod
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ Extends L<"About the body" in Mail::Mess
=item $obj-E<gt>B<guessBodySize>()
-On a delayed head, this retuns C<undef>, because when there is no header
+On a delayed head, this returns C<undef>, because when there is no header
there is also no body.
For messages in directory or network organized folders,
--- a/lib/Mail/Server.pod
+++ b/lib/Mail/Server.pod
@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ Labels are flags which come with a messa
flagged, and trashed.
The folder-types differ how they store label information. Mbox folders
-use the Status and X-Status fields, MH folders keep a seperate labels
+use the Status and X-Status fields, MH folders keep a separate labels
file called .mh_sequences, and Maildir folders put the labels in the
name of the file.
@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@ Often used labels:
trashed to be deleted
flagged selected
current last used
- replied a reponse message was constructed
+ replied a response message was constructed
seen handled by the user
old existence of message seen by user in the previous opening
of the folder.
01_access_check_use_filetest_access.patch
pod-spelling.patch
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