When "sepolicy manpage" generates descriptions for file type, it uses a
mispelled _ra_content_t suffix for prettyprinting, which results in an
unwanted double-space on the line.

For example sepolicy manpage -d httpd_t produces:

    .EX
    .P
    .B httpd_apcupsd_cgi_ra_content_t
    .EE

    - Set files with the httpd_apcupsd_cgi_ra_content_t type, if you
    want to treat the files as httpd apcupsd cgi  read/append content.

Signed-off-by: Nicolas Iooss <nicolas.io...@m4x.org>
---
 python/sepolicy/sepolicy/__init__.py | 2 +-
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/python/sepolicy/sepolicy/__init__.py 
b/python/sepolicy/sepolicy/__init__.py
index 62158864b7cd..2d8e9ef6e862 100644
--- a/python/sepolicy/sepolicy/__init__.py
+++ b/python/sepolicy/sepolicy/__init__.py
@@ -956,7 +956,7 @@ def get_description(f, markup=markup):
     if f.endswith("_db_t"):
         return txt + "treat the files as %s database content." % 
prettyprint(f, "_db_t")
     if f.endswith("_ra_content_t"):
-        return txt + "treat the files as %s read/append content." % 
prettyprint(f, "_ra_conten_t")
+        return txt + "treat the files as %s read/append content." % 
prettyprint(f, "_ra_content_t")
     if f.endswith("_cert_t"):
         return txt + "treat the files as %s certificate data." % 
prettyprint(f, "_cert_t")
     if f.endswith("_key_t"):
-- 
2.13.3

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