Commit 99ce7036 authored by luz paz's avatar luz paz Committed by Boudewijn Rempt

Misc. typos

Found via `codespell -q 3  -I ../krita-whitelist.txt --skip="./3rdparty,*.xpm"`
Signed-off-by: Boudewijn Rempt's avatarBoudewijn Rempt <boud@valdyas.org>
parent 5abff665
DO NOT ISSUE PULL REQUESTS ON GITHUB
Github is only a mirror. Our real develoment happens on
Github is only a mirror. Our real development happens on
the KDE infrastructure. Post diffs and review requests
against Krita here:
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DO NOT REPORT ISSUES on GITHUB
Github is only a mirror. Our real develoment happens on
Github is only a mirror. Our real development happens on
the KDE infrastructure. Report bugs against Krita here:
https://bugs.kde.org
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......@@ -649,7 +649,7 @@ if(WIN32)
endif()
##
## Test endianess
## Test endianness
##
include (TestBigEndian)
test_big_endian(CMAKE_WORDS_BIGENDIAN)
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......@@ -286,7 +286,7 @@ for my $file_name ( @ARGV )
push @atts, [$context_att, $aval];
}
}
# Kill all tags in element-context with level higer or equal to this,
# Kill all tags in element-context with level higher or equal to this,
# and add it to the end.
my $clevel = CONTEXT_SPEC->{$context_ext}{$tag}[0];
for ( my $i = 0; $i < @context; ++$i )
......@@ -394,7 +394,7 @@ for my $file_name ( @ARGV )
for my $agr ( @{$tgr->[2]} )
{
#push @attr_gr, "$agr->[0]=$agr->[1]";
push @attr_gr, "$agr->[1]"; # no real nead for attribute name
push @attr_gr, "$agr->[1]"; # no real need for attribute name
}
my $attr = join(", ", @attr_gr);
push @tag_gr, "$tgr->[1] ($attr)" if $attr;
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......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ set(KDE_NON_GENERIC_LIB_SOVERSION "5")
# windows does not support LD_LIBRARY_PATH or similar
# all searchable directories has to be defined by the PATH environment var
# to reduce the number of required pathes executables are placed into
# to reduce the number of required paths executables are placed into
# the build bin dir
if (WIN32)
set (EXECUTABLE_OUTPUT_PATH ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/bin)
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# MACRO_BOOL_TO_01( VAR RESULT0 ... RESULTN )
# This macro evaluates its first argument
# and sets all the given vaiables either to 0 or 1
# and sets all the given variables either to 0 or 1
# depending on the value of the first one
# Copyright (c) 2006, Alexander Neundorf, <neundorf@kde.org>
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......@@ -47,19 +47,19 @@ macro(DETECT_JPEG)
if(_CompileResult)
# Compile sucessfuly. It's not libjpeg 90. We check previous version.
# Compile successfully. It's not libjpeg 90. We check previous version.
CompileToCheckVersion(80 _CompileResult)
if(_CompileResult)
# Compile sucessfuly. It's not libjpeg 90. We check previous version.
# Compile successfully. It's not libjpeg 90. We check previous version.
CompileToCheckVersion(70 _CompileResult)
if(_CompileResult)
# Compile sucessfuly. It's not libjpeg 70.
# Compile successfully. It's not libjpeg 70.
set(JPEG_LIB_VERSION 62)
else()
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......@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ MACRO(ADD_SIP_PYTHON_MODULE MODULE_NAME MODULE_SIP)
# We give this target a long logical target name.
# (This is to avoid having the library name clash with any already
# install library names. If that happens then cmake dependancy
# install library names. If that happens then cmake dependency
# tracking get confused.)
STRING(REPLACE "." "_" _logical_name ${MODULE_NAME})
SET(_logical_name "python_module_${_logical_name}")
......
This directory stores additional productsets.
Please read the explanation in the toplevel file "KritaProducts.cmake",
secion "How to add another productset?" at the end.
section "How to add another productset?" at the end.
......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
*
* Items are mapped by QString as a unique Id.
*
* Exemple of use:
* Example of use:
* @code
* class KoMyClassRegistry : public KoGenericRegistry<MyClass*> {
* public:
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......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ Columns: 20
# Author : Spencer Goldade ( aka Spencerg )
# original URL : http://cghub.com/scripts/view/91/
# original filename : photoshop-swatches-monkeyslunch-cmyk-colorwheel.aco
# readapted as a *.gpl file on 12/2013 by Deevad, with permission of the author
# re-adapted as a *.gpl file on 12/2013 by Deevad, with permission of the author
#
255 255 255 Untitled
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......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ Columns: 20
# Author : Spencer Goldade ( aka Spencerg )
# original URL : http://cghub.com/scripts/view/201/
# original filename : photoshop-swatches-subdued-warm-to-cool-grey-swatch-set.aco
# readapted as a *.gpl file on 12/2013 by Deevad, with permission of the author
# re-adapted as a *.gpl file on 12/2013 by Deevad, with permission of the author
#
255 255 255 Untitled
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......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ Columns: 20
# Author : Spencer Goldade ( aka Spencerg )
# original URL : http://cghub.com/scripts/view/200/
# original filename : photoshop-swatches-rgb-color-wheel-swatch-set.aco
# readapted as a *.gpl file on 12/2013 by Deevad, with permission of the author
# re-adapted as a *.gpl file on 12/2013 by Deevad, with permission of the author
#
255 255 255 Untitled
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......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ Name: Swatches
Columns: 20
#
# GPLed From GPS ( Gimp Paint Studio )
# readapted for Krita 12/2013
# re-adapted for Krita 12/2013
# URL : http://cghub.com/scripts/view/74/
# by Kim Taylor ( aka Sketchlings on CGHUB )
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......@@ -453,7 +453,7 @@ To make your own ICC profiles:
If you run Linux, you probably already have gcc installed. Otherwise you'll need to set up a development environment.
Install a recent version of LittleCMS version 2. As of Jun, 2015, I'm using LCMS 2.7.
As an aside, if you want LCMS transicc terminal readout that matches the Argyllcms xicclu readout, you'll need to download and modify the LCMS source code as explained in In Quest of Well Behaved Working Spaces, and compile and install the modified code. Whether or not you've modifed LCMS, the code given below will produce well behaved profiles because the primaries have been pre-quantized.
As an aside, if you want LCMS transicc terminal readout that matches the Argyllcms xicclu readout, you'll need to download and modify the LCMS source code as explained in In Quest of Well Behaved Working Spaces, and compile and install the modified code. Whether or not you've modified LCMS, the code given below will produce well behaved profiles because the primaries have been pre-quantized.
Compiling LCMS from source requires that you install the development versions of various LCMS dependencies (according to Gentoo Portage: jpeg, tiff, zlib, and coreutils).
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......@@ -679,7 +679,7 @@ b=0.005182-(0.46436433279205221554*0.17451)=-.07585421971554103213
<li><strong>Install a recent version of <a href="http://www.littlecms.com/">LittleCMS</a> version 2.</strong> As of Jun, 2015, I'm using LCMS 2.7.
<p>As an aside, if you want LCMS transicc terminal readout that matches the Argyllcms xicclu readout, you'll need to download and modify the LCMS source code as explained in <a href="/photography/well-behaved-profiles-quest.html">In Quest of Well Behaved Working Spaces</a>, and compile and install the modified code. Whether or not you've modifed LCMS, the code given below will produce well behaved profiles because the primaries have been pre-quantized.</p>
<p>As an aside, if you want LCMS transicc terminal readout that matches the Argyllcms xicclu readout, you'll need to download and modify the LCMS source code as explained in <a href="/photography/well-behaved-profiles-quest.html">In Quest of Well Behaved Working Spaces</a>, and compile and install the modified code. Whether or not you've modified LCMS, the code given below will produce well behaved profiles because the primaries have been pre-quantized.</p>
<p>Compiling LCMS from source requires that you <strong>install the development versions of various LCMS dependencies</strong> (according to Gentoo Portage: jpeg, tiff, zlib, and coreutils).</p>
<p>If you run into a <strong>libtool mismatch error</strong>, see <a href="http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3096989/libtool-version-mismatch-error">libtool version mismatch error</a> for ways to deal with the problem.</p>
</li>
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......@@ -469,7 +469,7 @@ To make your own ICC profiles:
If you run Linux, you probably already have gcc installed. Otherwise you'll need to set up a development environment.
Install a recent version of LittleCMS version 2. As of Jun, 2015, I'm using LCMS 2.7.
As an aside, if you want LCMS transicc terminal readout that matches the Argyllcms xicclu readout, you'll need to download and modify the LCMS source code as explained in In Quest of Well Behaved Working Spaces, and compile and install the modified code. Whether or not you've modifed LCMS, the code given below will produce well behaved profiles because the primaries have been pre-quantized.
As an aside, if you want LCMS transicc terminal readout that matches the Argyllcms xicclu readout, you'll need to download and modify the LCMS source code as explained in In Quest of Well Behaved Working Spaces, and compile and install the modified code. Whether or not you've modified LCMS, the code given below will produce well behaved profiles because the primaries have been pre-quantized.
Compiling LCMS from source requires that you install the development versions of various LCMS dependencies (according to Gentoo Portage: jpeg, tiff, zlib, and coreutils).
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......@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@
<rdf:li>balloon</rdf:li>
<rdf:li>comic</rdf:li>
<rdf:li>cartoon</rdf:li>
<rdf:li>speach</rdf:li>
<rdf:li>speech</rdf:li>
<rdf:li>exclaim</rdf:li>
</rdf:Bag>
</dc:subject>
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......@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@
Attributes:
name: The channel's name.
x: The layer's horizontal positon in the image.
x: The layer's horizontal position in the image.
y: The layer's vertical position in the image.
width: The layer's width in pixels OBSOLETE
height: The layers height in pixels OBSOLETE
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......@@ -164,7 +164,7 @@ extern "C" int main(int argc, char **argv)
qDebug() << "Available translations" << KLocalizedString::availableApplicationTranslations();
qDebug() << "Available domain translations" << KLocalizedString::availableDomainTranslations("krita");
// Now that the paths are set, set the language. First check the override from the langage
// Now that the paths are set, set the language. First check the override from the language
// selection dialog.
{
QSettings languageoverride(configPath + QStringLiteral("/klanguageoverridesrc"), QSettings::IniFormat);
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......@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ KisExportCheckRegistry::KisExportCheckRegistry ()
chkFactory = new PSDLayerStyleCheckFactory();
add(chkFactory->id(), chkFactory);
// Check the layers for the presense of exiv info: note this is also
// Check the layers for the presence of exiv info: note this is also
// done for multilayer images even though jpeg, which supports exiv,
// only can handle one layer.
chkFactory = new ExifCheckFactory();
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......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ void parseElement(const QDomElement &el, QIODevice *device, bool forceTypeInfo =
QString type = el.attribute("type", "<unknown>");
QString key = el.attribute("key", "");
// should be filtered on a heigher level
// should be filtered on a higher level
KIS_ASSERT_RECOVER_RETURN(key != "Patterns");
if (type == "Descriptor") {
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......@@ -870,7 +870,7 @@ private:
QString m_highlightBlendMode; // already in Krita format
QColor m_highlightColor;
qint32 m_highlightOpacity; // Hightlight opacity as a percent
qint32 m_highlightOpacity; // Highlight opacity as a percent
QString m_shadowBlendMode; // already in Krita format
QColor m_shadowColor;
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