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Id: 51513
Status: resolved
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Queue: devel-nytprof

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Severity: Unimportant
Broken in: 2.10_98
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Subject: Small typo fixes to perldoc for Devel/NYTProf.pm
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Some typos I noticed while browsing the documentation: " # or into comma seperated files, e.g., ./nytprof/*.csv" should read: " # or into comma separated files, e.g., ./nytprof/*.csv" "Any colon or equal characters in a value can be escaped by preceeding them with a backslash." should read: "Any colon or equal characters in a value can be escaped by preceding them with a backslash." " start=init - start at begining of INIT phase (after compilation) start=end - start at begining of END phase" should read: " start=init - start at beginning of INIT phase (after compilation) start=end - start at beginning of END phase" "so the profile won't show a statement count for line 2 in your source code because the return was merged into the if statement on the preceeding line." should read: "so the profile won't show a statement count for line 2 in your source code because the return was merged into the if statement on the preceding line." "For example leaving a subroutine and returning into the middle of statement, or re- evaluting a loop condition." should read: "For example leaving a subroutine and returning into the middle of statement, or re- evaluating a loop condition." "Measuring CPU time has the advantage of making the measurements independant of time spent blocked " should read: "Measuring CPU time has the advantage of making the measurements independent of time spent blocked " "Surprizingly, it can also go backwards," should be "Surprisingly, it can also go backwards," "CLOCK_MONOTONIC rrepresents the amount of time since an unspecified point in the past (typically system start-up time). It increments uniformally independent of adjustments to 'wallclock time'." should be: "CLOCK_MONOTONIC represents the amount of time since an unspecified point in the past (typically system start-up time). It increments uniformly independent of adjustments to 'wallclock time'."
Thanks. Fixed in the source now.


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