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Re: typos

From: Paul Eggert
Subject: Re: typos
Date: Wed, 09 Aug 2006 10:16:07 -0700
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Ralf Wildenhues <address@hidden> writes:

> I've found some typos in the CVS bison documentation, see the patch
> below.

Thanks for reporting this.

> Please check whether the YYPRINTF is really a typo; if yes,
> it would be good to regenerate the LocalWords: list afterwards.

It was a typo, but I don't know how to generate or use that LocalWords
list.  (Does anybody else know?)  I fixed it by hand before checking in.

Here's what I installed:

2006-08-09  Ralf Wildenhues <address@hidden>  (tiny change)

        * doc/bison.texinfo: Fix some typos.

--- doc/bison.texinfo   29 Jul 2006 05:53:41 -0000      1.199
+++ doc/bison.texinfo   9 Aug 2006 17:13:46 -0000       1.200
@@ -2635,7 +2635,7 @@ they precede the definition of @code{yyp
 don't need any C declarations, you may omit the @address@hidden and
 @address@hidden delimiters that bracket this section.
-The @var{Prologue} section is terminated by the the first occurrence
+The @var{Prologue} section is terminated by the first occurrence
 of @address@hidden that is outside a comment, a string literal, or a
 character constant.
@@ -6764,7 +6764,7 @@ The trace facility outputs messages with
 @var{format} and @var{args} are the usual @code{printf} format and
 arguments.  If you define @code{YYDEBUG} to a nonzero value but do not
 define @code{YYFPRINTF}, @code{<stdio.h>} is automatically included
-and @code{YYPRINTF} is defined to @code{fprintf}.
+and @code{YYFPRINTF} is defined to @code{fprintf}.
 Once you have compiled the program with trace facilities, the way to
 request a trace is to store a nonzero value in the variable @code{yydebug}.
@@ -6995,7 +6995,7 @@ Same as above, but save in the file @var
 @item -b @var{file-prefix}
 @itemx address@hidden
-Pretend that @code{%file-prefix} was specified, i.e, specify prefix to use
+Pretend that @code{%file-prefix} was specified, i.e., specify prefix to use
 for all Bison output file names.  @xref{Decl Summary}.
 @item -r @var{things}
@@ -7019,7 +7019,7 @@ the full set of items for each state, in
 @item -v
 @itemx --verbose
-Pretend that @code{%verbose} was specified, i.e, write an extra output
+Pretend that @code{%verbose} was specified, i.e., write an extra output
 file containing verbose descriptions of the grammar and
 parser.  @xref{Decl Summary}.
@@ -7420,7 +7420,6 @@ public:
 To encapsulate the coordination with the Flex scanner, it is useful to
 have two members function to open and close the scanning phase.
 @comment file: calc++-driver.hh
@@ -8885,7 +8884,7 @@ grammatically indivisible.  The piece of
 @c LocalWords: Johnstone Shamsa Sadaf Hussain Tomita TR uref YYMAXDEPTH
 @c LocalWords: YYINITDEPTH stmnts ref stmnt initdcl maybeasm VCG notype
 @c LocalWords: hexflag STR exdent itemset asis DYYDEBUG YYFPRINTF args
address@hidden LocalWords: YYPRINTF infile ypp yxx outfile itemx vcg tex 
address@hidden LocalWords: infile ypp yxx outfile itemx vcg tex leaderfill
 @c LocalWords: hbox hss hfill tt ly yyin fopen fclose ofirst gcc ll
 @c LocalWords: yyrestart nbar yytext fst snd osplit ntwo strdup AST
 @c LocalWords: YYSTACK DVI fdl printindex

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