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Author: gregor herrmann <gre...@debian.org>
Date: Sun Oct 30 15:06:18 2016 +0100
Add more fixes to spelling.patch.
debian/patches/spelling.patch | 36 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
1 file changed, 36 insertions(+)
diff --git a/debian/patches/spelling.patch b/debian/patches/spelling.patch
index 7b80b28..4525317 100644
@@ -6,6 +6,15 @@ Last-Update: 2016-10-30
+@@ -118,7 +118,7 @@
+ The perl object is a fairly standard ref-to-hash object. The hash contents
+ are not used by IO::AIO so you are free to store anything you like in it.
+-During their existance, aio requests travel through the following states,
++During their existence, aio requests travel through the following states,
+ in order:
+ =over 4
@@ -292,7 +292,7 @@
which must be a code reference. This code reference will be called after
the syscall has been executed in an asynchronous fashion. The results
@@ -24,3 +33,30 @@ Last-Update: 2016-10-30
This call tries to make use of a native C<sendfile>-like syscall to
+@@ -1573,7 +1573,7 @@
+ =item aio_wd $pathname, $callback->($wd)
+-Asynchonously canonicalise the given pathname and convert it to an
++Asynchronously canonicalise the given pathname and convert it to an
+ IO::AIO::WD object representing it. If possible and supported on the
+ system, also open a directory fd to speed up pathname resolution relative
+ to this working directory.
+@@ -1859,7 +1859,7 @@
+ These set the maximum number of requests (default C<0>, meaning infinity)
+ that are being processed by C<IO::AIO::poll_cb> in one call, respectively
+ the maximum amount of time (default C<0>, meaning infinity) spent in
+-C<IO::AIO::poll_cb> to process requests (more correctly the mininum amount
++C<IO::AIO::poll_cb> to process requests (more correctly the minimum amount
+ of time C<poll_cb> is allowed to use).
+ Setting C<max_poll_time> to a non-zero value creates an overhead of one
+@@ -1974,7 +1974,7 @@
+ The call to C<poll_cb> inside the loop will normally return instantly, but
+-as soon as more thna C<32> reqeusts are in-flight, it will block until
++as soon as more thna C<32> requests are in-flight, it will block until
+ some requests have been handled. This keeps the loop from pushing a large
+ number of C<aio_stat> requests onto the queue.
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