Git commit 09fdc25112044528a1714808bb4791528308b84a by Yuri Chornoivan.
Committed on 15/02/2018 at 06:47.
Pushed by yurchor into branch 'master'.

Fix minor typos

M  +25   -27   doc/en/index.docbook

https://commits.kde.org/kdiff3/09fdc25112044528a1714808bb4791528308b84a

diff --git a/doc/en/index.docbook b/doc/en/index.docbook
index be55c80..57858a7 100644
--- a/doc/en/index.docbook
+++ b/doc/en/index.docbook
@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ This screenshot shows &kdiff3; during a directory merge:
 
 <sect1 id="features"><title>More Features</title>
 <sect2><title> Line-By-Line And Char-By-Char Diff-Viewer</title>
-<para>By using the possiblities of a graphical color display &kdiff3; shows
+<para>By using the possibilities of a graphical color display &kdiff3; shows
    exactly what the difference is. When you have to do many code-reviews, you 
will like this.
 </para>
 <screenshot><mediaobject>
@@ -436,9 +436,9 @@ They will appear in the usage help like in this 
example:</para>
    For these situations you can manually instruct &kdiff3; to align certain 
lines. 
    Mark the text for which you want to improve the alignment with the mouse as 
you would 
    for copy and paste in the first diff view and then choose "Add Manual Diff 
Alignment" 
-   in the "Diffview"-menu (keyboard shortcut "Ctrl-Y") . An orange bar will 
appear in 
+   in the "Diffview"-menu (keyboard shortcut 
<keycombo>&Ctrl;<keycap>Y</keycap></keycombo>). An orange bar will appear in 
    the summary column next to the chosen text. Repeat this for the second and 
-   (if available) third diff view. &kdiff3; will immediately recalculate the 
differences everytime you do this.
+   (if available) third diff view. &kdiff3; will immediately recalculate the 
differences everytime you do this,
    and will align the chosen lines. Of course some of the previously matching 
lines in between 
    might not match anymore.
 </para><para>
@@ -585,7 +585,7 @@ history entry. If there are no other empty lines, this is a 
sufficient criterion
 Just set an empty "History entry start regular expression". If the empty line 
criterion 
 isn't sufficient, you can specify a regular expression to detect the history 
entry start.
 </para><para>
-Note that &kdiff3; will remove duplicate history entrys. If a history entry 
appeared several times
+Note that &kdiff3; will remove duplicate history entries. If a history entry 
appeared several times
 in the history of a input file, only one entry will remain in the output.
 </para><para>
 If you want to sort the history, then you have to specify how the sort key 
should be built.
@@ -780,7 +780,7 @@ For more information also see <link 
linkend="mergeoptions">Merge Settings</link>
 <variablelist>
    <varlistentry><term>All:</term><listitem><para>Print 
everything.</para></listitem></varlistentry>
    <varlistentry><term>Current:</term><listitem><para>Print a page starting at 
the first visible line in the window. 
-       (On systems without this option this can be achived by specifying page 
number 10000 for printing.)</para></listitem></varlistentry>
+       (On systems without this option this can be achieved by specifying page 
number 10000 for printing.)</para></listitem></varlistentry>
    <varlistentry><term>Selection:</term><listitem><para>
        Before choosing to print select text with the mouse (like for copy and 
paste) 
        in one of the diff input windows to define the start and end line. If 
no text 
@@ -1307,7 +1307,7 @@ But it won't warn you if a 
Line-Matching-Preprocessor-command is active. The mer
 all conflicts are solved. If you disabled "Show White Space" then the 
differences that
 were removed with the Line-Matching-Preprocessor-command will also be 
invisible. If the 
 Save-button remains disabled during a merge (because of remaining conflicts), 
make sure to enable 
-"Show White Space". If you don't wan't to merge these less important 
differences manually
+"Show White Space". If you don't want to merge these less important 
differences manually
 you can select "Choose [A|B|C] For All Unsolved White space Conflicts" in the 
Merge-menu.
 </para>
 </sect2>
@@ -1569,7 +1569,7 @@ So this is what this program can do for you: &kdiff3; ...
      <listitem><para>"Show Identical Files": Files that have been detected 
equal in all input directories.</para></listitem>
      <listitem><para>"Show Different Files": Files that exist in two or more 
directories but are not equal.</para></listitem>
      <listitem><para>"Show Files only in A": Files that exist only in A, but 
not in B or C.</para></listitem>
-     <listitem><para>"Show Files only in B": Files that exist only in B, but 
not in A or B.</para></listitem>
+     <listitem><para>"Show Files only in B": Files that exist only in B, but 
not in A or C.</para></listitem>
      <listitem><para>"Show Files only in C": Files that exist only in C, but 
not in A or B.</para></listitem>
 </itemizedlist></para>
 <para>
@@ -1753,7 +1753,7 @@ So this is what this program can do for you: &kdiff3; ...
 <sect2><title>Split/Full Screen Mode</title>
 <para>
    Usually the directory merge list view remains visible while a single file
-   is compared or merged. With the mouse you can move the the splitter bar that
+   is compared or merged. With the mouse you can move the splitter bar that
    separates the file list from the text-diff windows. If you don't want this,
    you can disable "Split Screen View" in the "Directory"-menu. Then you can
    use "Toggle View" in the "Directory"-menu to switch between the file list
@@ -1782,7 +1782,7 @@ So this is what this program can do for you: &kdiff3; ...
    file selected thus will be marked with an "A", the second and third with 
"B" and "C" 
    regardless on what column they are in. Only up to three files can be chosen 
like this.
 </para><para>
-   Proceed by choosing "Compare Explicitely Selected Files" or "Merge 
Explicitely 
+   Proceed by choosing "Compare Explicitly Selected Files" or "Merge 
Explicitly 
    Selected Files" from the "Directory"-menu. For your convenience these menu 
entries 
    also appear as context menu when you right-click the last selected file.
 </para><para>
@@ -1819,7 +1819,7 @@ Other KIO-slaves that are interesting are:
 <listitem><para>Files from the WWW (http:),</para></listitem>
 <listitem><para>Files from the FTP (ftp:),</para></listitem>
 <listitem><para>Encrypted file transfer (fish:, sftp:),</para></listitem>
-<listitem><para>Windows-ressources (smb:),</para></listitem>
+<listitem><para>Windows-resources (smb:),</para></listitem>
 <listitem><para>Local files (file:),</para></listitem>
 </itemizedlist>
 <para>
@@ -1852,7 +1852,7 @@ Other things that are possible, but probably less useful 
are:
 
 <sect2><title>Capabilities of KIO-Slaves</title>
 <para>
-   Networktransparency has one drawback: Not all ressources have the same 
cababilities.
+   Networktransparency has one drawback: Not all resources have the same 
capabilities.
 </para><para>
    Sometimes this is due to the file system of the server, sometimes due to 
the protocol.
    Here is a short list of restrictions:
@@ -1883,16 +1883,16 @@ Other things that are possible, but probably less 
useful are:
 </para><para>
 It's main use is as difference-viewer in KDevelop. KDevelop always starts the
 internal difference viewer first. To invoke &kdiff3; press the right mouse 
button
-on the difference viewer window and select "Show in KDiff3Part" from the 
contextmenu.
+on the difference viewer window and select "Show in KDiff3Part" from the 
context menu.
 </para><para>
 &kdiff3; normally requires two complete files as input. When used as part 
&kdiff3;
-will assume that the inputfile is a patch-file in the unified format. &kdiff3;
+will assume that the input file is a patch-file in the unified format. &kdiff3;
 then retrieves the original filenames from the patch-file. At least one of
 the two files must be available. &kdiff3; will then invoke 
<command>patch</command> to
 recreate the second file.
 </para><para>
-In Konqueror you can select a patch-file and select "Preview in"-"KDiff3Part" 
from
-the contextmenu. Be aware that this won't work if none of the original files 
are
+In &dolphin; you can select a patch-file and select "Preview in"-"KDiff3Part" 
from
+the context menu. Be aware that this won't work if none of the original files 
are
 available, and it is not reliable if the original file(s) have changed since 
the
 patch-file was generated.
 </para><para>
@@ -1929,8 +1929,8 @@ and menu. Merging or directory-comparison are not 
supported then.
    Some buttons and functions are missing. What's wrong?
 </para></question><answer><para>
    You compiled from source but you probably didn't specify the correct 
KDE-prefix
-   with configure. By default configure wants to install in /usr/local but 
then KDE can't
-   find the user-interface ressource file (i.e. kdiff3ui.rc). The README-file 
contains
+   with cmake. By default cmake wants to install in /usr/local but then KDE 
can't
+   find the user-interface resource file (i.e. kdiff3ui.rc). The README-file 
contains
    more information about the correct prefix.
 </para></answer></qandaentry>
 
@@ -2009,13 +2009,13 @@ and menu. Merging or directory-comparison are not 
supported then.
 </para><para>
    The best solution if you only want to compare the text (without embedded 
    objects like pictures) is to use "Select All" and "Copy" in your program 
-   to copy the interesting text to the clipoard and then in &kdiff3; paste the 
+   to copy the interesting text to the clipboard and then in &kdiff3; paste 
the 
    text into either diff input window. 
    (See also <link linkend="selections">Select, Copy And Paste</link>.)
 </para></answer></qandaentry>
 
 <qandaentry><question><para>
-   Where has the the directory option "List only deltas" gone?
+   Where has the directory option "List only deltas" gone?
 </para></question><answer><para>
    There are now several <link 
linkend="selectingvisiblefiles">"Show"-options</link> in the directory menu.
    Disabling "Show identical files" will achieve what enabling "List only 
deltas" used to do.
@@ -2100,20 +2100,18 @@ or in the "ChangeLog"-file of the source package.
 <title>Compilation and Installation</title>
 
 <para>In order to compile and install &kdiff3; on a system with KDE, type the
-following in the base directory of the &kdiff3; distribution:</para>
+    following in the <filename class="directory">build</filename> subdirectory 
of the &kdiff3; distribution:</para>
 
-<screen><prompt>%</prompt> <userinput><command>./configure 
--prefix=<replaceable>kde-dir</replaceable></command></userinput>
+<screen><prompt>%</prompt> <userinput><command>cmake 
-DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=<replaceable>kde-dir</replaceable> 
..</command></userinput>
 <prompt>%</prompt> <userinput><command>make</command></userinput>
-<prompt>%</prompt> <userinput><command>make</command> install</userinput>
+<prompt>#</prompt> <userinput><command>make</command> install</userinput>
 </screen>
 <para>
 <replaceable>kde-dir</replaceable> specifies the directory
-containing KDE on your system. If you are not sure, read the README-file for 
details.
+containing KDE on your system (usually, <filename 
class="directory">/usr</filename>). If you are not sure, read the README-file 
for details.
 </para>
-<para>If you don't use KDE don't use <command>configure</command> but follow 
the instructions for Qt-only systems in the README file.</para>
-<para>Since &kdiff3; uses <command>autoconf</command> and
-<command>automake</command> you should have no trouble compiling it. Should you
-run into problems please report them to the &kde; mailing lists.</para>
+<para>If you don't use KDE follow the instructions for Qt-only systems in the 
README file.</para>
+<para>Since &kdiff3; uses <command>cmake</command> you should have no trouble 
compiling it. Should you run into problems please report them to the &kde; 
mailing lists.</para>
 
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