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0001-fixed-some-documentation-spelling-errors.patch



Subject: Documentation spelling errors
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Hi. I'm packaging File::Tee for Debian. The docs had some minor spelling errors. I addressed these, and am attaching a patch. Thanks.
Subject: 0001-fixed-some-documentation-spelling-errors.patch
From: Dima Kogan <dima@secretsauce.net> Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2012 20:58:48 -0700 Subject: fixed some documentation spelling errors Origin: File::Tee 0.07 from CPAN --- lib/File/Tee.pm | 14 +++++++------- 1 file changed, 7 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-) diff --git a/lib/File/Tee.pm b/lib/File/Tee.pm index f3f9338..caa4ae2 100644 --- a/lib/File/Tee.pm +++ b/lib/File/Tee.pm @@ -292,7 +292,7 @@ This module is able to replicate data written to a Perl stream into another streams. It is the Perl equivalent of the shell utility L<tee(1)>. -It is implemeted around C<fork>, creating a new process for every +It is implemented around C<fork>, creating a new process for every tee'ed stream. That way, there are no problems handling the output generated by external programs run with L<system|perlfunc/system> or by XS modules that don't go through L<perlio>. @@ -415,8 +415,8 @@ Sets autoflush mode for the target streams. Default is on. =item ignore_errors => $bool -By default, when writting to the targets, any error will close the -tee'ed handle. This option allows to change that behaviour. +By default, when writing to the targets, any error will close the +tee'ed handle. This option allows one to change that behaviour. =item process => sub { ... } @@ -443,9 +443,9 @@ For instance: =back -The funcion returns the PID for the newly created process. +The function returns the PID for the newly created process. -Inside the C<tee> pipe process created, data is readed honouring the +Inside the C<tee> pipe process created, data is read honouring the input record separator C<$/>. You could also want to set the tee'ed stream in autoflush mode: @@ -471,8 +471,8 @@ Send bug reports by email or via L<the CPAN RT web|https://rt.cpan.org>. L<IO::Capture> L<IO::Tee> is a similar module implemented around tied file -handles. L<Tee> allows to launch external processes capturing their -output to some files. L<IO::CaptureOutput> allows to capture the +handles. L<Tee> allows one to launch external processes capturing their +output to some files. L<IO::CaptureOutput> allows one to capture the output generated from a child process or a subroutine.


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