Commit 0a46e2db authored by Yuri Chornoivan's avatar Yuri Chornoivan

Fix minor typos

parent 3e6a13d6
......@@ -120,7 +120,7 @@ KStars uses [Artistic Style](http://astyle.sourceforge.net) to format all the C+
--lineend=linux
--max-code-length=124
```
Some IDEs (e.g. QtCreator) support automatic formatting for the code everytime you save the file to disk.
Some IDEs (e.g. QtCreator) support automatic formatting for the code every time you save the file to disk.
### Merge Request Descriptions
......@@ -134,7 +134,7 @@ which has sections for a summary of what was done, what was modified in each fil
You must be familiar with git to make changes to KStars, and this is not the place for such a tutorial. There
are many excellent resources for that on the web. The paragraph below, though, will give an overview of one way
to make a Merge Request, given you already have sufficient git experience to clone KStars, make a local branch,
modify the code as you like, commit your changes to your local branch, and test your code throughly.
modify the code as you like, commit your changes to your local branch, and test your code thoroughly.
Here's one good resource for a [fork-branch-git-workflow to make KStars changes](https://blog.scottlowe.org/2015/01/27/using-fork-branch-git-workflow). The steps below are inspired by that page.
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......@@ -71,8 +71,8 @@ class Analyze : public QWidget, public Ui::Analyze
QString htmlString;
};
// Below are subclasses of Session used to represent all the different
// lines in the Timeline. Each of those hold differnt types of infomation
// abou the process it represents.
// lines in the Timeline. Each of those hold different types of information
// about the process it represents.
class CaptureSession : public Session
{
public:
......@@ -258,7 +258,7 @@ class Analyze : public QWidget, public Ui::Analyze
QCPItemRect * addSession(double start, double end, double y,
const QBrush &brush, const QBrush *stripeBrush = nullptr);
// Manage temporary sesions (only used for live data--file-reading doesn't
// Manage temporary sessions (only used for live data--file-reading doesn't
// need temporary sessions). For example, when an image capture has started
// but not yet completed, a temporary session is added to the timeline to
// represent the not-yet-completed capture.
......@@ -356,7 +356,7 @@ class Analyze : public QWidget, public Ui::Analyze
// These define the view for the timeline and stats plots.
// The plots start plotStart seconds from the start of the session, and
// are plotWidth seconds long. The end of the X-asis is maxXValue.
// are plotWidth seconds long. The end of the X-axis is maxXValue.
double plotStart { 0.0 };
double plotWidth { 10.0 };
double maxXValue { 10.0 };
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