|Subject:||Spelling errors in manpages|
Hi Preparing packaging of Module-Install in Debian, out tool lintian for quality checks reported some spelling errors in manpage. The following patch should fix them. Bests Salvatore
--- a/lib/Module/Install.pod +++ b/lib/Module/Install.pod @@ -104,7 +104,7 @@ B<Your::Module> would normally be C<Your-Module>. This naming scheme is not hard and fast and you should note that -distributions are actually a seperate naming scheme from modules. +distributions are actually a separate naming scheme from modules. For example the L<LWP> modules come in a distribution called C<libwww-perl>. @@ -158,7 +158,7 @@ of an email address. It you don't want to give away a real email address, you should use -the C<CPANID@cpan.org> address you recieve automatically when you +the C<CPANID@cpan.org> address you receive automatically when you got your PAUSE account. The C<author> command is used to explicitly set this value. @@ -736,7 +736,7 @@ to integrate the L<Module::Compiled> "perl 6 to perl 5" functionality with Module::Install. Because this would add SIGNIFICANT dependencies (i.e. pugs!) this should -almost certainly be distributed as a seperate distribution. +almost certainly be distributed as a separate distribution. Go over POD docs in detail. --- a/lib/inc/Module/Install/DSL.pm +++ b/lib/inc/Module/Install/DSL.pm @@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ One of the primary design goals of L<Module::Install> is to simplify the creation of F<Makefile.PL> scripts. -Part of this involves the gradual reduction of any and all superflous +Part of this involves the gradual reduction of any and all superfluous characters, with the ultimate goal of requiring no non-critical information in the file.