Commit b1fd4b7f authored by Yuri Chornoivan's avatar Yuri Chornoivan

Fix minor typos

parent 981e1919
......@@ -341,7 +341,7 @@ void SensorBrowserModel::answerReceived( int hostId, const QList<QByteArray>&an
if(sensorType == QLatin1String("string")) continue;
/* The sensor browser can display sensors in a hierarchical order.
* Sensors can be grouped into nodes by seperating the hierarchical
* Sensors can be grouped into nodes by separating the hierarchical
* nodes through slashes in the sensor name. E. g. cpu/system/user is
* the sensor user in the cpu node. There is no limit for the
* depth of nodes. */
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......@@ -527,7 +527,7 @@ void FancyPlotter::setTooltip()
showingSummationGroup = true;
neednewline = false;
} else if (showingSummationGroup) {
//When a summation group has finished, seperate the next sensor with a newline
//When a summation group has finished, separate the next sensor with a newline
showingSummationGroup = false;
tooltip += QLatin1String("<br>");
}
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......@@ -172,7 +172,7 @@ class SensorDisplay : public QWidget, public SensorClient
Reimplement this method to catch error messages from the SensorManager.
@param sensorId The unique id of the sensor.
@param mode The mode: true = error, false = everthing ok
@param mode The mode: true = error, false = everything ok
*/
virtual void sensorError( int sensorId, bool mode );
......
......@@ -118,7 +118,7 @@ void* get_ctnr(CONTAINER ctnr, INDEX pos);
* @param compare_func A Pointer to the function that is
* called to compare all entries in the
* container with the given pattern.
* @param pattern The pattern for coparison.
* @param pattern The pattern for comparison.
*/
INDEX search_ctnr(CONTAINER ctnr, COMPARE_FUNC compare_func, void* pattern);
......
......@@ -79,7 +79,7 @@ void registerCommand( const char* command, cmdExecutor ex );
void removeCommand( const char* command );
/**
Use this function to add a new monitior with the name @ref monitor
Use this function to add a new monitor with the name @ref monitor
from the type @ref type.
@ref ex is a pointer to the function that is called to get a value
and @ref iq is a pointer to the function that returns information
......@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ void registerAnyMonitor( const char* monitor, const char* type, cmdExecutor ex,
cmdExecutor iq, struct SensorModul* sm, int isLegacy );
/**
Use this function to add a new monitior with the name @ref monitor
Use this function to add a new monitor with the name @ref monitor
from the type @ref type.
It will be marked as non-legacy.
@ref ex is a pointer to the function that is called to get a value
......@@ -104,7 +104,7 @@ void registerMonitor( const char* monitor, const char* type, cmdExecutor ex,
cmdExecutor iq, struct SensorModul* sm );
/**
Use this function to add a new monitior with the name @ref monitor
Use this function to add a new monitor with the name @ref monitor
from the type @ref type. This monitor will be flagged as legacy,
which will forbid it from being listed by the 'modules' command.
The command will continue to function normally otherwise.
......@@ -118,7 +118,7 @@ void registerLegacyMonitor( const char* monitor, const char* type, cmdExecutor e
cmdExecutor iq, struct SensorModul* sm );
/**
Use this function to remove the monitior with the name @ref monitor.
Use this function to remove the monitor with the name @ref monitor.
*/
void removeMonitor( const char* monitor );
......
......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@
/**
getpwuid() can be fairly expensive on NIS or LDAP systems that do not
use chaching. This module implements a cache for uid to user name
use caching. This module implements a cache for uid to user name
mappings.
*/
void initPWUIDCache( void );
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