Commit 26c9fc5f authored by Michael Pyne's avatar Michael Pyne

README: Light proofreading and capitalization fixes.

parent c1a92f3d
......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ be easier to try out.
However if you're testing out the latest KDE Frameworks or are involved in
development yourself, you'll probably find it easiest to use kdesrc-build.
Continue on to set how to set it up.
Continue on, to learn how to set it up.
## QUICK HOWTO
......@@ -53,13 +53,13 @@ $ cd ~/kde/src/kdesrc-build
$ ./kdesrc-build --version
```
you should see output similar to `kdesrc-build 18.10 (v18.10-20-g1c39943)`.
later we will set up kdesrc-build to keep itself updated automatically.
You should see output similar to `kdesrc-build 18.10 (v18.10-20-g1c39943)`.
Later we will set up kdesrc-build to keep itself updated automatically.
2. Set up kdesrc-build:
- now that kdesrc-build is installed and works, you need to set up kdesrc-build
to work appropriately on your particular system. do this by running the
- Now that kdesrc-build is installed and works, you need to set up kdesrc-build
to work appropriately on your particular system. Do this by running the
provided set up script to generate the **configuration file**
(~/.kdesrc-buildrc):
......@@ -120,10 +120,10 @@ since it is a good test case to exercise the whole build process.
For each module built, kdesrc-build will complete these steps:
- Update source code (initial download or later update)
- Set up the build system and configure source code with your options, if needed
- Perform the build, if needed
- Install the module
- Update source code (initial download or later update)
- Set up the build system and configure source code with your options, if needed
- Perform the build, if needed
- Install the module
The `--stop-on-failure` flag causes kdesrc-build to stop the first time a
module fails to build, in case there are missing dependencies. If not set,
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