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Id: 70613
Status: new
Priority: 0/
Queue: DBD-XBase

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Owner: Nobody in particular
Requestors: fschlich [...] cis.fu-berlin.de
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Severity: Unimportant
Broken in: 1.03
Fixed in: (no value)



Subject: patch fixing pod spelling mistakes
there are a few misspellings here and there in pod - please see the attached patch Florian
Subject: pod_spelling.patch
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# Description: fix some spelling errors # Author: Damyan Ivanov <dmn@debian.org> --- a/lib/DBD/XBase.pm +++ b/lib/DBD/XBase.pm @@ -156,7 +156,7 @@ ### return "'\Q$text\E'"; } -# Commit and rollback do not do anything usefull +# Commit and rollback do not do anything useful sub commit { warn "Commit ineffective while AutoCommit is on" if $_[0]->FETCH('Warn'); @@ -678,7 +678,7 @@ functions I want to support. It's easy to write them in a couple of minutes now the interface is there (check the XBase::SQL module if you want to send a patch containing support for more), it's just that I do -not really need them and sometimes it's hard to tell what is usefull and +not really need them and sometimes it's hard to tell what is useful and what is SQL92 compatible. Comment welcome. The select command may contain and order by clause. Only one column is --- a/lib/XBase.pm +++ b/lib/XBase.pm @@ -1047,7 +1047,7 @@ B<memofile> specifies non standard name for the associated memo file. By default it's the name of the dbf file, with extension dbt or fpt. -B<ignorememo> ignore memo file at all. This is usefull if you've lost +B<ignorememo> ignore memo file at all. This is useful if you've lost the dbt file and you do not need it. Default is false. B<memosep> separator of memo records in the dBase III dbt files. The @@ -1193,7 +1193,7 @@ =back -To explicitely delete/undelete a record, use methods B<delete_record> +To explicitly delete/undelete a record, use methods B<delete_record> or B<undelete_record> with record number as a parameter. Assorted examples of reading and writing: --- a/lib/XBase/Base.pm +++ b/lib/XBase/Base.pm @@ -353,7 +353,7 @@ =item create_file -Creates file of given name. Second (optional) paramater is the +Creates file of given name. Second (optional) parameter is the permission specification for the file. =back --- a/lib/XBase/FAQ.pod +++ b/lib/XBase/FAQ.pod @@ -116,7 +116,7 @@ =item Can I sue you if B<XBase.pm/DBD::XBase> corrupts my data? No. At least, I hope no. The software is provided without any -warranty, in a hope you might find is usefull. Which is by the way +warranty, in a hope you might find is useful. Which is by the way the same as with most other software, even if you pay for that. What is different with B<XBase.pm/DBD::XBase> is the fact that if you find out that the results are different from those expected, you are welcome to --- a/lib/XBase/Index.pm +++ b/lib/XBase/Index.pm @@ -1760,7 +1760,7 @@ =head2 Programmer's notes -Programmers might find the following information usefull when trying +Programmers might find the following information useful when trying to debug XBase::Index from their files: The XBase::Index module contains the basic XBase::Index package and


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