Commit 36300427 authored by Yuri Chornoivan's avatar Yuri Chornoivan
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Fix minor typos

parent 945ae7a2
......@@ -6,13 +6,13 @@ Lubos Lunak <l.lunak@kde.org>
ksmserver is KDE's session management server. It talks the
standard X11R6 session management protocol (XSMP). Thus, in theory,
it should be compatible with all session managment compliant X11R6
it should be compatible with all session management compliant X11R6
applications. Unfortunately, there aren't that many of them. To be
precise, I have never seen a single commercial application that
supports it and even within the official X11R6 distribution, 'xclock'
is the only exception. Nevertheless we've chosen to support XSMP
despites the complexity of the protocol in order to provide KDE users
more interoperability with applications that were not explicitely
despite the complexity of the protocol in order to provide KDE users
more interoperability with applications that were not explicitly
written with KDE in mind. XSMP, as an official X standard, promised to
be more likely to be supported by third parties than even a superior
KDE-specific protocol. Let's see whether we were right and more
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