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gnustandards standards.texi

From: John Darrington
Subject: gnustandards standards.texi
Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2017 13:28:00 -0500 (EST)

CVSROOT:        /sources/gnustandards
Module name:    gnustandards
Changes by:     John Darrington <jmd>   17/11/16 13:28:00

Modified files:
        .              : standards.texi 

Log message:
        Standards.texi: Replace 'http://' with 'https://' for all urls which 
support it.


Index: standards.texi
RCS file: /sources/gnustandards/gnustandards/standards.texi,v
retrieving revision 1.252
retrieving revision 1.253
diff -u -b -r1.252 -r1.253
--- standards.texi      25 Sep 2017 07:27:02 -0000      1.252
+++ standards.texi      16 Nov 2017 18:27:59 -0000      1.253
@@ -87,7 +87,7 @@
 recently, please check for a newer version.  You can get the GNU
 Coding Standards from the GNU web server in many
 different formats, including the Texinfo source, PDF, HTML, DVI, plain
-text, and more, at: @uref{}.
+text, and more, at: @uref{}.
 If you are maintaining an official GNU package, in addition to this
 document, please read and follow the GNU maintainer information
@@ -98,7 +98,7 @@
 If you want to receive diffs for every change to these GNU documents,
 join the mailing list @code{}, via the web
 interface at
 Archives are also available there.
 @cindex @code{} email address
@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@
 source, but if that's difficult for you, you can make a context diff
 for some other version of this document, or propose it in any way that
 makes it clear.  The source repository for this document can be found
-at @url{}.
+at @url{}.
 These standards cover the minimum of what is important when writing a
 GNU package.  Likely, the need for additional standards will come up.
@@ -127,7 +127,7 @@
 The GNU Hello program serves as an example of how to follow the GNU
 coding standards for a trivial program.
 This release of the GNU Coding Standards was last updated
@@ -309,7 +309,7 @@
 @cindex Guile
 @cindex GNOME and Guile
 The standard extensibility interpreter for GNU software is Guile
-(@uref{}), which implements the
+(@uref{}), which implements the
 language Scheme (an especially clean and simple dialect of Lisp).
 Guile also includes bindings for GTK+/GNOME, making it practical to
 write modern GUI functionality within Guile.  We don't reject programs
@@ -888,7 +888,7 @@
 Please make your program interoperate with access technology such as
 screen readers (see
address@hidden://}).  This should
address@hidden://}).  This should
 be automatic if you use GTK+.
 @node Command-Line Interfaces
@@ -1007,7 +1007,7 @@
 GNU hello 2.3
 Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <>
+License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <>
 This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.
 There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
 @end smallexample
@@ -1052,49 +1052,49 @@
 @table @asis
 @item GPL
-GNU General Public License, @url{}.
+GNU General Public License, @url{}.
 @item LGPL
-GNU Lesser General Public License, 
+GNU Lesser General Public License, 
 @item GPL/Ada
 GNU GPL with the exception for Ada.
 @item Apache
 The Apache Software Foundation license,
 @item Artistic
-The Artistic license used for Perl, 
+The Artistic license used for Perl, 
 @item Expat
 The Expat license, @url{}.
 @item MPL
-The Mozilla Public License, @url{}.
+The Mozilla Public License, @url{}.
 @item OBSD
 The original (4-clause) BSD license, incompatible with the GNU GPL
 @item PHP
 The license used for PHP, @url{}.
 @item public domain
 The non-license that is being in the public domain,
 @item Python
 The license for Python,
 @item RBSD
 The revised (3-clause) BSD, compatible with the GNU GPL,@*
 @item X11
 The simple non-copyleft license used for most versions of the X Window
-System, @url{}.
+System, @url{}.
 @item Zlib
 The license for Zlib, @url{}.
@@ -1103,7 +1103,7 @@
 More information about these licenses and many more are on the GNU
 licensing web pages,
 @node --help
@@ -1120,13 +1120,13 @@
 @cindex bug reports
 Near the end of the @samp{--help} option's output, please place lines
 giving the email address for bug reports, the package's home page
-(normally @indicateurl{{pkg}}, and the
+(normally @indicateurl{{pkg}}, and the
 general page for help using GNU programs.  The format should be like this:
 Report bugs to: @var{mailing-address}
address@hidden home page: <{pkg}/>
-General help using GNU software: <>
address@hidden home page: <{pkg}/>
+General help using GNU software: <>
 @end example
 It is ok to mention other appropriate mailing lists and web pages.
@@ -2299,7 +2299,7 @@
 The OID (object identifier) has been assigned to the
 GNU Project (thanks to Sergey Poznyakoff).  These are used for SNMP,
 LDAP, X.509 certificates, and so on.  The web site
address@hidden://} has a (voluntary) listing of
address@hidden://} has a (voluntary) listing of
 many OID assignments.
 If you need a new slot for your GNU package, write
@@ -3026,7 +3026,7 @@
 @end table
 @cindex Gnulib
address@hidden://, Gnulib} is a big help in
address@hidden://, Gnulib} is a big help in
 this regard.  Gnulib provides implementations of standard interfaces
 on many of the systems that lack them, including portable
 implementations of enhanced GNU interfaces, thereby making their use
@@ -3479,7 +3479,7 @@
 collection.  For a single short document, you can use a very permissive
 non-copyleft license, to avoid taking up space with a long license.
-See @uref{} for more explanation
+See @uref{} for more explanation
 of how to employ the GFDL.
 Note that it is not obligatory to include a copy of the GNU GPL or GNU
@@ -3504,7 +3504,7 @@
 of these manuals, the on-line versions of the manual should mention at
 the very start that the printed manual is available and should point at
 information for getting it---for instance, with a link to the page
address@hidden://}.  This should not be included
address@hidden://}.  This should not be included
 in the printed manual, though, because there it is redundant.
 It is also useful to explain in the on-line forms of the manual how the
@@ -3825,7 +3825,7 @@
 Finally, the GNU help2man program
-(@uref{}) is one way to automate
+(@uref{}) is one way to automate
 generation of a man page, in this case from @option{--help} output.
 This is sufficient in many cases.
@@ -3955,7 +3955,7 @@
 alternatives for how to describe a machine.  Thus,
 @samp{athlon-pc-gnu/linux} would be a valid alias.  There is a shell
 script called
 @file{config.sub}} that you can use as a subroutine to validate system
 types and canonicalize aliases.
@@ -3966,7 +3966,7 @@
 i686-pc-linux-gnu}.  When the build type is not specified by an option
 or argument, the @code{configure} script should normally guess it using
 the shell script
 @cindex optional features, configure-time
@@ -4183,13 +4183,13 @@
 idea that their existence is ethical.
 The GNU definition of free software is found on the GNU web site at
address@hidden://}, and the definition
address@hidden://}, and the definition
 of free documentation is found at
address@hidden://}.  The terms ``free''
address@hidden://}.  The terms ``free''
 and ``non-free'', used in this document, refer to those definitions.
 A list of important licenses and whether they qualify as free is in
address@hidden://}.  If it is not
address@hidden://}.  If it is not
 clear whether a license qualifies as free, please ask the GNU Project
 by writing to @email{}.  We will answer, and if the
 license is an important one, we will add it to the list.

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