Commit 5f4e467f authored by Matthias Clasen's avatar Matthias Clasen Committed by Matthias Clasen
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Fix typos in the docs. (#346660, Mark Drago)

2006-07-05  Matthias Clasen  <mclasen@redhat.com>

	* glib/gbase64.c: Fix typos in the docs.  (#346660, Mark
	Drago)
parent 416fbb3a
2006-07-05 Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
* glib/gbase64.c: Fix typos in the docs. (#346660, Mark
Drago)
2006-07-03 Runa Bhattacharjee <runabh@gmail.com>
* configure.in: Added Bengali India (bn_IN) in ALL_LINGUAS.
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2006-07-05 Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
* glib/gbase64.c: Fix typos in the docs. (#346660, Mark
Drago)
2006-07-03 Runa Bhattacharjee <runabh@gmail.com>
* configure.in: Added Bengali India (bn_IN) in ALL_LINGUAS.
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2006-07-05 Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
* glib/tmpl/base64.sgml: Remove bogus reference
to nonexisting function. (#346660, Mark Drago)
2006-07-02 Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
* === Released 2.12.0 ===
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......@@ -17,8 +17,8 @@ for email.
<para>
GLib supports incremental encoding using g_base64_encode_step() and
g_base64_encode_close(). Incremental decoding can be done with
g_base64_decode_step() and g_base64_decode_close(). To encode or
decode data in one go, use g_base64_encode() of g_base64_decode().
g_base64_decode_step(). To encode or decode data in one go, use
g_base64_encode() or g_base64_decode().
</para>
<para>
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......@@ -46,11 +46,11 @@ static const char base64_alphabet[] =
* @save: Saved state between steps, initialize to 0
*
* Incrementally encode a sequence of binary data into it's Base-64 stringified
* representation. By calling this functions multiple times you can convert data
* in chunks to avoid having to have the full encoded data in memory.
* representation. By calling this function multiple times you can convert
* data in chunks to avoid having to have the full encoded data in memory.
*
* When all the data has been converted you must call g_base64_encode_close()
* to flush the saved state.
* When all of the data has been converted you must call
* g_base64_encode_close() to flush the saved state.
*
* The output buffer must be large enough to fit all the data that will
* be written to it. Due to the way base64 encodes you will need
......@@ -58,8 +58,8 @@ static const char base64_alphabet[] =
* need at least: @len * 4 / 3 + @len * 4 / (3 * 72) + 7 bytes.
*
* @break_lines is typically used when putting base64-encoded data in emails.
* It breaks the lines at 72 columns instead of putting all text on the same
* line. This avoids problems with long lines in the email system.
* It breaks the lines at 72 columns instead of putting all of the text on
* the same line. This avoids problems with long lines in the email system.
*
* Return value: The number of bytes of output that was written
*
......@@ -204,7 +204,7 @@ g_base64_encode_close (gboolean break_lines,
* @data: the binary data to encode.
* @len: the length of @data.
*
* Encode a sequence of binary data into it's Base-64 stringified
* Encode a sequence of binary data into its Base-64 stringified
* representation.
*
* Return value: a newly allocated, zero-terminated Base-64 encoded
......@@ -258,9 +258,9 @@ static const unsigned char mime_base64_rank[256] = {
* @state: Saved state between steps, initialize to 0
* @save: Saved state between steps, initialize to 0
*
* Incrementally decode a sequence of binary data from it's Base-64 stringified
* representation. By calling this functions multiple times you can convert data
* in chunks to avoid having to have the full encoded data in memory.
* Incrementally decode a sequence of binary data from its Base-64 stringified
* representation. By calling this function multiple times you can convert
* data in chunks to avoid having to have the full encoded data in memory.
*
* The output buffer must be large enough to fit all the data that will
* be written to it. Since base64 encodes 3 bytes in 4 chars you need
......@@ -324,11 +324,11 @@ g_base64_decode_step (const gchar *in,
/**
* g_base64_decode:
* @text: zero-terminated string with base64 text to decode.
* @out_len: The lenght of the decoded data is written here.
* @out_len: The length of the decoded data is written here.
*
* Decode a sequence of Base-64 encoded text into binary data
*
* Return value: a newly allocated, buffer containing the binary data
* Return value: a newly allocated buffer containing the binary data
* that @text represents
*
* Since: 2.12
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