Commit 0e14a1a6 authored by luz.paz's avatar luz.paz

Misc. typos and whitespace fixes

Found via `codespell`
parent 85c211d6
......@@ -218,7 +218,7 @@ inline std::string RegularExpressionMatch::match(int n) const
* object as an argument and creates an object initialized with the
* information from the given RegularExpression object.
*
* The find member function finds the first occurrence of the regular
* The find member function finds the first occurrence of the regular
* expression of that object in the string given to find as an argument. Find
* returns a boolean, and if true, mutates the private data appropriately.
* Find sets pointers to the beginning and end of the thing last found, they
......@@ -230,9 +230,9 @@ inline std::string RegularExpressionMatch::match(int n) const
* the to see if the compiled regular expression is the same, and the
* deep_equal functions also checks to see if the start and end pointers are
* the same. The is_valid function returns false if program is set to NULL,
* (i.e. there is no valid compiled exression). The set_invalid function sets
* the program to NULL (Warning: this deletes the compiled expression). The
* following examples may help clarify regular expression usage:
* (i.e. there is no valid compiled expression). The set_invalid function
* sets the program to NULL (Warning: this deletes the compiled expression).
* The following examples may help clarify regular expression usage:
*
* * The regular expression "^hello" matches a "hello" only at the
* beginning of a line. It would match "hello there" but not "hi,
......@@ -270,13 +270,13 @@ inline std::string RegularExpressionMatch::match(int n) const
*
* * The regular expression "(..p)b" matches something ending with pb
* and beginning with whatever the two characters before the first p
* encounterd in the line were. It would find "repb" in "rep drepa
* encountered in the line were. It would find "repb" in "rep drepa
* qrepb". The regular expression "(..p)a" would find "repa qrepb"
* in "rep drepa qrepb"
*
* * The regular expression "d(..p)" matches something ending with p,
* beginning with d, and having two characters in between that are
* the same as the two characters before the first p encounterd in
* the same as the two characters before the first p encountered in
* the line. It would match "drepa qrepb" in "rep drepa qrepb".
*
* All methods of RegularExpression can be called simultaneously from
......
......@@ -1270,7 +1270,7 @@ public:
long GetLineNumber() const { return this->LineNumber; }
// Description:
// Set the address where the biinary image is mapped
// Set the address where the binary image is mapped
// into memory.
void SetBinaryBaseAddress(void* address)
{
......@@ -4061,7 +4061,7 @@ bool SystemInformationImplementation::QueryLinuxMemory()
if (linuxMajor >= 3 || ((linuxMajor >= 2) && (linuxMinor >= 6))) {
// new /proc/meminfo format since kernel 2.6.x
// Rigorously, this test should check from the developping version 2.5.x
// Rigorously, this test should check from the developing version 2.5.x
// that introduced the new format...
enum
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......@@ -136,7 +136,7 @@ int testCommandLineArguments(int argc, char* argv[])
arg.AddCallback("-C", argT::EQUAL_ARGUMENT, argument, random_ptr,
"Option -C takes argument after =");
arg.AddCallback("-D", argT::CONCAT_ARGUMENT, argument, random_ptr,
"This option takes concatinated argument");
"This option takes concatenated argument");
arg.AddCallback("--long1", argT::NO_ARGUMENT, argument, random_ptr, "-A");
arg.AddCallback("--long2", argT::SPACE_ARGUMENT, argument, random_ptr, "-B");
arg.AddCallback("--long3", argT::EQUAL_ARGUMENT, argument, random_ptr,
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