Commit 6b0d1038 authored by Ville Skyttä's avatar Ville Skyttä Committed by Michael Natterer

Bug 692641 - Various spelling fixes

parent 94a404ed
......@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ static void windows_actions_single_window_mode_notify (GimpDisplayConfig *confi
/* The only reason we have "Tab" in the action entries below is to
* give away the hardcoded keyboard shortcut. If the user changes the
* shortcut to something else, both that shortcut and Tab will
* work. The reason we have the shortcut hardcoded is beccause
* work. The reason we have the shortcut hardcoded is because
* gtk_accelerator_valid() returns FALSE for GDK_tab.
*/
......
......@@ -458,7 +458,7 @@ gimp_rc_query (GimpRc *rc,
}
/**
* gimp_rc_set_unkown_token:
* gimp_rc_set_unknown_token:
* @gimprc: a #GimpRc object.
* @token:
* @value:
......
......@@ -470,7 +470,7 @@ gimp_edit_fill (GimpImage *image,
break;
case GIMP_NO_FILL:
return TRUE; /* nothing to do, but the fill succeded */
return TRUE; /* nothing to do, but the fill succeeded */
default:
g_warning ("%s: unknown fill type", G_STRFUNC);
......@@ -504,7 +504,7 @@ gimp_edit_fill_full (GimpImage *image,
g_return_val_if_fail (color != NULL || pattern != NULL, FALSE);
if (! gimp_item_mask_intersect (GIMP_ITEM (drawable), &x, &y, &width, &height))
return TRUE; /* nothing to do, but the fill succeded */
return TRUE; /* nothing to do, but the fill succeeded */
if (pattern &&
babl_format_has_alpha (gimp_temp_buf_get_format (pattern->mask)) &&
......
......@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ gimp_coords_scalarprod (const GimpCoords *a,
/*
* The "lenght" of the gimpcoord.
* The "length" of the gimpcoord.
* Applies a metric that increases the weight on the
* pressure/xtilt/ytilt/wheel to ensure proper interpolation
*/
......
......@@ -296,7 +296,7 @@ gimp_filtered_container_real_src_thaw (GimpFilteredContainer *filtered_container
*
* Creates a new #GimpFilteredContainer object which creates filtered
* data view of #GimpTagged objects. It filters @src_container for objects
* containing all of the filtering tags. Syncronization with @src_container
* containing all of the filtering tags. Synchronization with @src_container
* data is performed automatically.
*
* Return value: a new #GimpFilteredContainer object.
......
......@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
* remove duplicate or unused colour entries from final colourmap. [Adam]
*
* 99/02/24 - Many revisions to the box-cut quantizer used in RGB->INDEXED
* conversion. Box to be cut is chosen on the basis of posessing an axis
* conversion. Box to be cut is chosen on the basis of possessing an axis
* with the largest sum of weighted perceptible error, rather than based on
* volume or population. The box is split along this axis rather than its
* longest axis, at the point of error mean rather than simply at its centre.
......
......@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@ struct _GimpImagePrivate
gint group_count; /* nested undo groups */
GimpUndoType pushing_undo_group; /* undo group status flag */
/* Signal emmision accumulator */
/* Signal emission accumulator */
GimpImageFlushAccumulator flush_accum;
};
......
......@@ -680,7 +680,7 @@ gimp_image_snap_rectangle (GimpImage *image,
* Finds out if snapping occurs from position to a snapping candidate
* and sets the target accordingly.
*
* Return value: %TRUE if snapping occured, %FALSE otherwise
* Return value: %TRUE if snapping occurred, %FALSE otherwise
*/
static gboolean
gimp_image_snap_distance (const gdouble unsnapped,
......
......@@ -195,7 +195,7 @@ gimp_sub_progress_message (GimpProgress *progress,
* @progress: parent progress or %NULL
*
* GimpSubProgress implements the GimpProgress interface and can be
* used whereever a GimpProgress is needed. It maps progress
* used wherever a GimpProgress is needed. It maps progress
* information to a sub-range of its parent @progress. This is useful
* when an action breaks down into multiple sub-actions that itself
* need a #GimpProgress pointer. See gimp_image_scale() for an example.
......
......@@ -256,7 +256,7 @@ gimp_tagged_container_src_thaw (GimpFilteredContainer *filtered_container)
*
* Creates a new #GimpTaggedContainer object which creates filtered
* data view of #GimpTagged objects. It filters @src_container for
* objects containing all of the filtering tags. Syncronization with
* objects containing all of the filtering tags. Synchronization with
* @src_container data is performed automatically.
*
* Return value: a new #GimpTaggedContainer object.
......
......@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ gimp_tool_options_dispose (GObject *object)
G_OBJECT_CLASS (parent_class)->dispose (object);
}
/* This is such a horrible hack, but neccessary because we
/* This is such a horrible hack, but necessary because we
* a) load an option's tool-info from disk in many cases
* b) screwed up in the past and saved the wrong tool-info in some cases
*/
......
......@@ -885,7 +885,7 @@ gimp_display_paint_area (GimpDisplay *display,
/* make sure to expose a superset of the transformed sub-pixel expose
* area, not a subset. bug #126942. --mitch
*
* also acommodate for spill introduced by potential box filtering.
* also accommodate for spill introduced by potential box filtering.
* (bug #474509). --simon
*/
x1 = floor (x1_f - 0.5);
......
......@@ -622,7 +622,7 @@ gimp_display_shell_scale_handle_zoom_revert (GimpDisplayShell *shell)
*
* Directly sets the image scale and image offsets used by the display. If
* @resize_window is %TRUE then the display window is resized to better
* accomodate the image, see gimp_display_shell_shrink_wrap().
* accommodate the image, see gimp_display_shell_shrink_wrap().
**/
void
gimp_display_shell_scale_by_values (GimpDisplayShell *shell,
......@@ -681,7 +681,7 @@ gimp_display_shell_scale_shrink_wrap (GimpDisplayShell *shell,
*
* Function commonly called after a change in display scale to make the changes
* visible to the user. If @resize_window is %TRUE then the display window is
* resized to accomodate the display image as per
* resized to accommodate the display image as per
* gimp_display_shell_shrink_wrap().
**/
void
......
......@@ -876,7 +876,7 @@ gimp_display_shell_canvas_tool_events (GtkWidget *canvas,
* to lower border. The second is due to poor X event
* resolution. We need to do -1 to ensure that the
* amount of events between timestamps is final or
* risk loosing some.
* risk losing some.
*/
last_motion_time =
gimp_motion_buffer_get_last_motion_time (shell->motion_buffer);
......
......@@ -191,7 +191,7 @@ file_save (Gimp *gimp,
}
else if (export_forward)
{
/* Remeber the last entered Export URI for the image. We
/* Remember the last entered Export URI for the image. We
* only need to do this explicitly when exporting. It
* happens implicitly when saving since the GimpObject name
* of a GimpImage is the last-save URI
......
......@@ -536,7 +536,7 @@ gimp_ui_configurer_get_uber_window (GimpUIConfigurer *ui_configurer)
* @ui_configurer:
*
* Updates the appearance of all shells in all image windows, so they
* do whatever they deem neccessary to fit the new UI mode mode.
* do whatever they deem necessary to fit the new UI mode mode.
**/
static void
gimp_ui_configurer_update_appearance (GimpUIConfigurer *ui_configurer)
......
......@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@
/*#define DEBUG_CAGE */
/* This DELTA is aimed to not have handle on exact pixel during computation,
* to avoid particular case. It shouldn't be so usefull, but it's a double
* to avoid particular case. It shouldn't be so useful, but it's a double
* safety. */
#define DELTA 0.010309278351
......@@ -334,7 +334,7 @@ gimp_cage_config_get_point_coordinate (GimpCageConfig *gcc,
* @y: y displacement value
*
* Add a displacement for all slected point of the cage.
* This displacement need to be commited to become effective.
* This displacement need to be committed to become effective.
*/
void
gimp_cage_config_add_displacement (GimpCageConfig *gcc,
......
......@@ -93,7 +93,7 @@ gimp_operation_color_balance_map (gfloat value,
* ‾\___
* _/‾\_
* ___/‾
* whith ramps of width a at x = b and x = 1 - b.
* with ramps of width a at x = b and x = 1 - b.
*
* The sum of these masks equals 1 for x in 0..1, so applying the
* same correction in the shadows and in the midtones is equivalent
......
......@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@
*
* The method used here is similar to the lighting invariant correctin
* method but slightly different: we do not divide the RGB components,
* but substract them I2 = I0 - I1, where I0 is the sample image to be
* but subtract them I2 = I0 - I1, where I0 is the sample image to be
* corrected, I1 is the reference pattern. Then we solve DeltaI=0
* (Laplace) with I2 Dirichlet conditions at the borders of the
* mask. The solver is a unoptimized red/black checker Gauss-Siedel
......@@ -430,7 +430,7 @@ gimp_heal (GeglBuffer *src_buffer,
GEGL_AUTO_ROWSTRIDE,
(GDestroyNotify) g_free, i_2);
/* substract pattern from image and store the result as a double in i_1 */
/* subtract pattern from image and store the result as a double in i_1 */
gimp_heal_sub (dest_buffer, dest_rect,
src_buffer, src_rect,
i_1_buffer, GEGL_RECTANGLE (0, 0, width, height));
......
......@@ -263,7 +263,7 @@ register_floating_sel_procs (GimpPDB *pdb)
gimp_procedure_set_static_strings (procedure,
"gimp-floating-sel-to-layer",
"Transforms the specified floating selection into a layer.",
"This procedure transforms the specified floating selection into a layer with the same offsets and extents. The composited image will look precisely the same, but the floating selection layer will no longer be clipped to the extents of the drawable it was attached to. The floating selection will become the active layer. This procedure will not work if the floating selection has a different base type from the underlying image. This might be the case if the floating selection is above an auxillary channel or a layer mask.",
"This procedure transforms the specified floating selection into a layer with the same offsets and extents. The composited image will look precisely the same, but the floating selection layer will no longer be clipped to the extents of the drawable it was attached to. The floating selection will become the active layer. This procedure will not work if the floating selection has a different base type from the underlying image. This might be the case if the floating selection is above an auxiliary channel or a layer mask.",
"Spencer Kimball & Peter Mattis",
"Spencer Kimball & Peter Mattis",
"1995-1996",
......
......@@ -186,7 +186,7 @@ gimp_test_session_load_and_write_session_files (const gchar *loaded_sessionrc,
sessionrc_filename = gimp_personal_rc_file (expected_sessionrc);
dockrc_filename = gimp_personal_rc_file (expected_dockrc);
/* Remeber the modtimes and MD5s */
/* Remember the modtimes and MD5s */
g_assert (gimp_test_get_file_state_verbose (sessionrc_filename,
&initial_sessionrc_state));
g_assert (gimp_test_get_file_state_verbose (dockrc_filename,
......
......@@ -289,7 +289,7 @@ keyboard_zoom_focus (gconstpointer data)
&shell_y_after_zoom);
factor_after_zoom = gimp_zoom_model_get_factor (shell->zoom);
/* First of all make sure a zoom happend at all. If this assert
/* First of all make sure a zoom happened at all. If this assert
* fails, it means that the zoom didn't happen. Possible causes:
*
* * gdk_test_simulate_key() failed to map 'GDK_KEY_plus' to the proper
......@@ -443,7 +443,7 @@ restore_recently_closed_multi_column_dock (gconstpointer data)
*/
gimp_ui_manager_activate_action (gimp_test_utils_get_ui_manager (gimp),
"windows",
/* FIXME: This is severly hardcoded */
/* FIXME: This is severely hardcoded */
"windows-recent-0003");
gimp_test_run_mainloop_until_idle ();
session_infos = gimp_dialog_factory_get_session_infos (gimp_dialog_factory_get_singleton ());
......
......@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ typedef struct
gint max_n_saved_points_lower_segment;
gint max_n_saved_points_higher_segment;
/* Keeps track wether or not a modification of the polygon has been
/* Keeps track whether or not a modification of the polygon has been
* made between _button_press and _button_release
*/
gboolean polygon_modified;
......@@ -105,12 +105,12 @@ typedef struct
/* The selection operation active when the tool was started */
GimpChannelOps operation_at_start;
/* Wether or not to constrain the angle for newly created polygonal
/* Whether or not to constrain the angle for newly created polygonal
* segments.
*/
gboolean constrain_angle;
/* Wether or not to supress handles (so that new segments can be
/* Whether or not to suppress handles (so that new segments can be
* created immediately after an existing segment vertex.
*/
gboolean supress_handles;
......@@ -806,7 +806,7 @@ gimp_free_select_tool_handle_click (GimpFreeSelectTool *fst,
}
/* After the segments are up to date and we have handled
* double-click, see if it's commiting time
* double-click, see if it's committing time
*/
if (gimp_free_select_tool_should_close (fst,
display,
......@@ -838,7 +838,7 @@ gimp_free_select_tool_handle_normal_release (GimpFreeSelectTool *fst,
gimp_free_select_tool_finish_free_segment (fst);
}
/* After the segments are up to date, see if it's commiting time */
/* After the segments are up to date, see if it's committing time */
if (gimp_free_select_tool_should_close (fst,
display,
NO_CLICK_TIME_AVAILABLE,
......
......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
*/
/* The history of this implementation is lonog and varied. It was
* orignally done by Spencer and Peter, and worked fine in the 0.54
* originally done by Spencer and Peter, and worked fine in the 0.54
* (motif only) release of GIMP. Later revisions (0.99.something
* until about 1.1.4) completely changed the algorithm used, until it
* bore little resemblance to the one described in the paper above.
......@@ -1567,7 +1567,7 @@ find_optimal_path (TileManager *gradient_map,
{
min_cost = G_MAXINT;
/* pixel[] array encodes how to get to a neigbour, if possible.
/* pixel[] array encodes how to get to a neighbour, if possible.
* 0 means no connection (eg edge).
* Rest packed as bottom two bytes: y offset then x offset.
* Initially, we assume we can't get anywhere. */
......
......@@ -369,7 +369,7 @@ gimp_rectangle_select_tool_button_press (GimpTool *tool,
display, coords))
{
/* In some cases we want to finish the rectangle select tool
* and hand over responsability to the selection tool
* and hand over responsibility to the selection tool
*/
gimp_rectangle_tool_execute (rectangle);
gimp_rectangle_tool_control (tool, GIMP_TOOL_ACTION_HALT, display);
......
......@@ -108,7 +108,7 @@ struct _GimpRectangleToolPrivate
* during gimp_rectangle_tool_button_press and then only read.
*/
/* Wether or not the rectangle currently being rubber-banded was
/* Whether or not the rectangle currently being rubber-banded was
* created from scatch.
*/
gboolean is_new;
......@@ -148,7 +148,7 @@ struct _GimpRectangleToolPrivate
* TODO: Change the internal double-representation of the rectangle
* to x,y width,height instead of x1,y1 x2,y2. That way we don't
* need to keep a separate representation of the integer version of
* the rectangle; rounding width an height will yield consistant
* the rectangle; rounding width an height will yield consistent
* results and not depend on position of the rectangle.
*/
gint x1_int, y1_int;
......@@ -179,7 +179,7 @@ struct _GimpRectangleToolPrivate
gint top_and_bottom_handle_w;
gint left_and_right_handle_h;
/* Wether or not the rectangle is in a 'narrow situation' i.e. it is
/* Whether or not the rectangle is in a 'narrow situation' i.e. it is
* too small for reasonable sized handle to be inside. In this case
* we put handles on the outside.
*/
......@@ -1296,7 +1296,7 @@ gimp_rectangle_tool_active_modifier_key (GimpTool *tool,
/* Only emit the rectangle-changed signal if the button is
* not down. If it is down, the signal will and shall be
* emited on _button_release instead.
* emitted on _button_release instead.
*/
if (! button1_down)
{
......@@ -4021,7 +4021,7 @@ gimp_rectangle_tool_apply_fixed_rule (GimpRectangleTool *rect_tool)
* @min_y:
* @max_x:
* @max_y: Pointers of where to put constraints. NULL allowed.
* @constraint: Wether to return image or layer constraints.
* @constraint: Whether to return image or layer constraints.
*
* Calculates constraint coordinates for image or layer.
*/
......
......@@ -1017,7 +1017,7 @@ gimp_bezier_stroke_is_extendable (GimpStroke *stroke,
else
{
/*
* it isnt. if we are on a handle go to the nearest
* It isn't. If we are on a handle go to the nearest
* anchor and see if we can find an end from it.
* Yes, this is tedious.
*/
......@@ -1130,7 +1130,7 @@ gimp_bezier_stroke_extend (GimpStroke *stroke,
else
{
/*
* it isnt. if we are on a handle go to the nearest
* It isn't. If we are on a handle go to the nearest
* anchor and see if we can find an end from it.
* Yes, this is tedious.
*/
......
......@@ -1276,7 +1276,7 @@ gimp_dockbook_set_drag_handler (GimpDockbook *dockbook,
* @drag_source: A drag-and-drop source widget
*
* Gets the dockable associated with a drag-and-drop source. If
* successfull, the function will also cleanup the dockable.
* successful, the function will also cleanup the dockable.
*
* Returns: The dockable
**/
......
......@@ -1184,7 +1184,7 @@ gimp_file_dialog_get_dirname_from_uri (const gchar *uri)
* assertion failure in gtk+. This scenario occurs if we have opened
* an image from the root of a drive and then do Save As.
*
* Of course, gtk+ shouldn't assert even if we feed it slighly bogus
* Of course, gtk+ shouldn't assert even if we feed it slightly bogus
* data, and that problem should be fixed, too. But to get the
* correct default current folder in the filechooser combo box, we
* need to pass it the proper URI for an absolute path anyway. So
......
......@@ -382,7 +382,7 @@ gimp_tag_entry_activate (GtkEntry *entry)
*
* Sets tags from @tag_string to @tag_entry. Given tags do not need to
* be valid as they can be fixed or dropped automatically. Depending on
* selected #GimpTagEntryMode, appropriate action is peformed.
* selected #GimpTagEntryMode, appropriate action is performed.
**/
void
gimp_tag_entry_set_tag_string (GimpTagEntry *entry,
......
......@@ -463,7 +463,7 @@ gimp_tool_options_editor_tool_changed (GimpContext *context,
/* This will warn if tool info is changed to nothing.
* This seems to happen if starting in SWM with tool editor visible
* Maybe its normal, and the code should just be writen to
* Maybe its normal, and the code should just be written to
* handle this case, but someone smarter needs to take a look*/
g_return_if_fail(GIMP_IS_TOOL_INFO(tool_info));
......
......@@ -1055,7 +1055,7 @@ fi
if test "x$with_libtiff" != xno && test -z "$TIFF_LIBS"; then
AC_MSG_ERROR([
*** Checks for TIFF libary failed. You can build without it by passing
*** Checks for TIFF library failed. You can build without it by passing
*** --without-libtiff to configure but you won't be able to use TIFFs then.])
fi
......
......@@ -272,7 +272,7 @@
<title>GimpData Objects</title>
<para>
Object hierarchy of auxilary data objects which share a common
Object hierarchy of auxiliary data objects which share a common
API. Data objects have an on-disk representation and live in a
<link linkend="GimpDataFactory">GimpDataFactory</link> which
manages them.
......
......@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ commits.
Detailed description that may span several paragraphs and
lines. Like this example description that is more than one
line. Focus on explaning _why_ the commit is needed.
line. Focus on explaining _why_ the commit is needed.
or
......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ commits.
Detailed description that may span several paragraphs and
lines. Like this example description that is more than one
line. Focus on explaning _why_ the commit is needed.
line. Focus on explaining _why_ the commit is needed.
Look at existing commit messages for examples.
......
......@@ -222,7 +222,7 @@ Global data follows no strict rules.
from GtkPageSetup. The content is identical to what is stored in
~/.gimp-2.x/print-page-setup.
"dcm/XXXX-XXXX-AA" (IMAGE, PERSISTANT)
"dcm/XXXX-XXXX-AA" (IMAGE, PERSISTENT)
These parasites are stored by the Dicom plug-in and hold the DICOM
element information for that image. The format is raw binary data
as read from the original image.
......@@ -251,11 +251,11 @@ Global data follows no strict rules.
------------------------------------------------------------------
*** PARASITE FORMAT:
The parasite data format is not rigidly specified. For non-persistant
The parasite data format is not rigidly specified. For non-persistent
parasites you are entirely free, as the parasite data does not survive the
current gimp session. If you need persistant data, you basically have to
current gimp session. If you need persistent data, you basically have to
choose between the following alternatives (also, having some standard for
non-persistant data might be fine as well):
non-persistent data might be fine as well):
- Cook your own binary data format
......@@ -270,7 +270,7 @@ non-persistant data might be fine as well):
that in the parasite, and later sscanf it again. This often solves most
of the problems you might encounter, makes for easier debugging and
more robustness (consider the case when you add more entries to your
persistant data: older plug-ins might be able to read the relevant
persistent data: older plug-ins might be able to read the relevant
parts and your application can detect missing fields easily). The
drawback is that your data is likely to be larger than a compact binary
representation would be. Not much a problem for most applications,
......
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
<para>
The <application>GIMP</application> source tree can be divided
into the core application, libraries, plug-ins, data files and
some stuff that doesn't fit into these catagories. Here is a list
some stuff that doesn't fit into these categories. Here is a list
of top-level directories:
</para>
......
......@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ usability features:
pressing return or otherwise, it becomes a jellybean, i.e. a single
unit, not a bunch of characters. Navigating in GimpTagEntry,
deleting tags, etc can be performed much quicker. However, when tag
is just beeing entered (not yet confirmed), all actions operate on
is just being entered (not yet confirmed), all actions operate on
characters as usual.
* custom auto completion is implemented in GimpTagEntry widget which
......
......@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ static void compat_callback_data_free (CompatCallbackData *data);
* @spacing: Initial spacing. -1 means to use current spacing.
* @paint_mode: Initial paint mode. -1 means to use current paint mode.
* @callback: A function to call when the selected brush changes.
* @data: A pointer to arbitary data to be used in the call to @callback.
* @data: A pointer to arbitrary data to be used in the call to @callback.
*
* Creates a new #GtkWidget that completely controls the selection of
* a #GimpBrush. This widget is suitable for placement in a table in
......
......@@ -110,7 +110,7 @@ gimp_floating_sel_anchor (gint32 floating_sel_ID)
* The floating selection will become the active layer. This procedure
* will not work if the floating selection has a different base type
* from the underlying image. This might be the case if the floating
* selection is above an auxillary channel or a layer mask.
* selection is above an auxiliary channel or a layer mask.
*
* Returns: TRUE on success.
**/
......
......@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ static void compat_callback_data_free (CompatCallbackData *data);
* @title: Title of the dialog to use or %NULL to use the default title.
* @font_name: Initial font name.
* @callback: A function to call when the selected font changes.
* @data: A pointer to arbitary data to be used in the call to @callback.
* @data: A pointer to arbitrary data to be used in the call to @callback.
*
* Creates a new #GtkWidget that completely controls the selection of
* a font. This widget is suitable for placement in a table in a
......
......@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ static void compat_callback_data_free (CompatCallbackData *data);
* @title: Title of the dialog to use or %NULL to use the default title.
* @gradient_name: Initial gradient name.
* @callback: A function to call when the selected gradient changes.
* @data: A pointer to arbitary data to be used in the call to @callback.
* @data: A pointer to arbitrary data to be used in the call to @callback.
*
* Creates a new #GtkWidget that completely controls the selection of
* a gradient. This widget is suitable for placement in a table in a
......
......@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ static void compat_callback_data_free (CompatCallbackData *data);
* @title: Title of the dialog to use or %NULL to use the default title.
* @palette_name: Initial palette name.
* @callback: A function to call when the selected palette changes.
* @data: A pointer to arbitary data to be used in the call to @callback.
* @data: A pointer to arbitrary data to be used in the call to @callback.
*
* Creates a new #GtkWidget that completely controls the selection of
* a palette. This widget is suitable for placement in a table in a
......
......@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ static void compat_callback_data_free (CompatCallbackData *data);
* @title: Title of the dialog to use or %NULL to use the default title.
* @pattern_name: Initial pattern name or %NULL to use current selection.
* @callback: A function to call when the selected pattern changes.
* @data: A pointer to arbitary data to be used in the call to @callback.
* @data: A pointer to arbitrary data to be used in the call to @callback.
*
* Creates a new #GtkWidget that completely controls the selection of
* a pattern. This widget is suitable for placement in a table in a
......
......@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@ static void gimp_rgn_render_region (const GimpPixelRgn *srcPR,
* @unused: ignored
*
* Creates a new #GimpRgnIterator for @drawable. The #GimpRunMode
* parameter is ignored. Use gimp_rgn_iterator_free() to free thsi
* parameter is ignored. Use gimp_rgn_iterator_free() to free this
* iterator.
*
* Return value: a newly allocated #GimpRgnIterator.
......
......@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ struct _GimpPixPipeParams
gboolean free_selection_string;
};
/* Initalize with dummy values */
/* Initialize with dummy values */
void gimp_pixpipe_params_init (GimpPixPipeParams *params);
/* Parse a string into a GimpPixPipeParams */
......
......@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@
/*
* Find the canonical filename of the executable. Returns the filename
* (which must be freed) or NULL on error. If the parameter 'error' is
* not NULL, the error code will be stored there, if an error occured.
* not NULL, the error code will be stored there, if an error occurred.
*/
static char *
_br_find_exe (GimpBinrelocInitError *error)
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......@@ -232,7 +232,7 @@ gimp_config_writer_new_string (GString *string)
* system-wide installed gimprc that documents the default settings.
*
* Since comments have to start at the beginning of a line, this
* funtion will insert a newline if necessary.
* function will insert a newline if necessary.
*
* Since: GIMP 2.4
**/
......
......@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@
/* This file is evil. Its purpose is to keep GIMP's gtk3-port branch
* managable, and contains functions that are only in GTK+ 3.x but
* manageable, and contains functions that are only in GTK+ 3.x but
* are *not* in GTK+ 2.x. Please just ignore the uglyness and move
* along. This file will be removed in GIMP 3.
*/
......
......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
/*
* This implements a widget derived from GtkTable that visualizes
* it's state with two different pixmaps showing a closed and a
* broken chain. It's intented to be used with the GimpSizeEntry
* broken chain. It's intended to be used with the GimpSizeEntry
* widget. The usage is quite similar to the one the GtkToggleButton
* provides.
*/
......
......@@ -158,7 +158,7 @@ static void gimp_eevl_error (GimpEevl
* @data: Data passed to unit resolver.
* @error_pos: Will point to the poisiton within the string,
* before which the parse / evaluation error
* occured. Will be set to null of no error occured.
* occurred. Will be set to null of no error occurred.
* @error_message: Will point to a static string with a semi-descriptive
* error message if parsing / evaluation failed.
*
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......@@ -461,7 +461,7 @@ gimp_int_combo_box_get_active (GimpIntComboBox *combo_box,
* @callback: a callback to connect to the @combo_box's "changed" signal
* @data: a pointer passed as data to g_signal_connect()
*
* A convenience function that sets the inital @value of a
* A convenience function that sets the initial @value of a
* #GimpIntComboBox and connects @callback to the "changed"
* signal.
*
......
......@@ -800,7 +800,7 @@ gimp_number_pair_entry_set_user_override (GimpNumberPairEntry *entry,
* gimp_number_pair_entry_get_user_override:
* @entry: A #GimpNumberPairEntry widget.
*
* Returns: Wether or not the the widget is in user overridden mode.
* Returns: Whether or not the the widget is in user overridden mode.
*
* Since: GIMP 2.4
**/
......
......@@ -1671,7 +1671,7 @@ gimp_preview_area_set_colormap (GimpPreviewArea *area,
* @height: the maximum height in pixels or -1 to unset the limit
*
* Usually a #GimpPreviewArea fills the size that it is
* allocated. This funtion allows you to limit the preview area to a
* allocated. This function allows you to limit the preview area to a
* maximum size. If a larger size is allocated for the widget, the
* preview will draw itself centered into the allocated area.
*
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......@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ main ()
gimpprint_major_version, gimpprint_minor_version, gimpprint_micro_version);
printf ("*** was found! If gimpprint-config was correct, then it is best\n");
printf ("*** to remove the old version of GIMP-PRINT. You may also be able to fix the\n");
printf("*** error by modifying your LD_LIBRARY_PATH enviroment variable, or by\n");
printf("*** error by modifying your LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable, or by\n");
printf("*** editing /etc/ld.so.conf. Make sure you have run ldconfig if that is\n");
printf("*** required on your system.\n");
printf("*** If gimpprint-config was wrong, set the environment variable GIMPPRINT_CONFIG\n");
......@@ -129,7 +129,7 @@ main ()
printf("*** being found. The easiest way to fix this is to remove the old version\n");
printf("*** of GIMP-PRINT, but you can also set the GIMPPRINT_CONFIG environment to\n");
printf("*** point to the correct copy of gimpprint-config. (In this case, you will have\n");
printf("*** to modify your LD_LIBRARY_PATH enviroment variable, or edit /etc/ld.so.conf\n");
printf("*** to modify your LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable, or edit /etc/ld.so.conf\n");
printf("*** so that the correct libraries are found at run-time))\n");
}
}
......
......@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
*/
/* Don't ask me why its called "Struc". The first .c-file
* just happend to be called struc.c
* just happened to be called struc.c
*
* Some code for the dialog was taken from Motion Blur plug-in for
* GIMP 0.99 by Daniel Skarda (0rfelyus@atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz)
......
......@@ -2781,7 +2781,7 @@ p_add_layer (gint width,
l_new_drawable = gimp_drawable_get (l_new_layer_id);