|author||Bernhard Reutner-Fischer <email@example.com>||2006-07-04 11:44:32 +0000|
|committer||Bernhard Reutner-Fischer <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2006-07-04 11:44:32 +0000|
- list defaults for BR2_GNU_TARGET_SUFFIX in help text
- fix a few typos
3 files changed, 10 insertions, 6 deletions
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ config BR2_x86_64
-# Keep the variants seperate, there's no need to clutter everything else.
+# Keep the variants separate, there's no need to clutter everything else.
# sh is fairly "special" in this regard, as virtually everyone else has
# things kept down to a _sensible_ number of target variants. No such
# luck for sh..
@@ -259,11 +259,15 @@ config BR2_GNU_TARGET_SUFFIX
other users (most notably ARM EABI) like to add on to this in
order to stay in line with gcc conventions.
+ Default options are:
+ linux-uclibcgnueabi for ARM EABI
+ linux-uclibc for the rest
int "Number of jobs to run simultaneously"
- Number of jobs to run simultanesouly
+ Number of jobs to run simultaneously
diff --git a/package/config/Kconfig-language.txt b/package/config/Kconfig-language.txt
index da51c0e7c1..d78969e32c 100644
@@ -110,7 +110,7 @@ applicable everywhere (see syntax).
the indentation level, this means it ends at the first line which has
a smaller indentation than the first line of the help text.
"---help---" and "help" do not differ in behaviour, "---help---" is
- used to help visually seperate configuration logic from help within
+ used to help visually separate configuration logic from help within
the file as an aid to developers.
diff --git a/target/device/Sharp/LNode80/kernel-patches/001-patch-2.4.26-vrs1 b/target/device/Sharp/LNode80/kernel-patches/001-patch-2.4.26-vrs1
index 1e19599098..590da35f2e 100644
@@ -1515,7 +1515,7 @@ diff -urN linux-2.4.26/Documentation/cpufreq-old linux-2.4.26-vrs1/Documentation
+CPUFreq architecture drivers are the pieces of kernel code that
+actually perform CPU frequency transitions. These need to be
-+initialised seperately (seperate initcalls), and may be
++initialised separately (separate initcalls), and may be
+modularized. They interact with the CPUFreq core in the following way:
@@ -20140,7 +20140,7 @@ diff -urN linux-2.4.26/drivers/char/clps711x_keyb.c linux-2.4.26-vrs1/drivers/ch
+ * Basic Function:
+ * Basicly the driver is interrupt driven. It sets all column drivers
-+ * high. If any key is pressed, a interrupt occures. Now a seperate scan of
++ * high. If any key is pressed, a interrupt occures. Now a separate scan of
+ * each column is done. This scan is timer based, because we use a keyboard
+ * interface with decoupling capacitors (neccecary if you want to survive
+ * EMC compliance tests). Always one line is set high. When next timer event
@@ -20150,7 +20150,7 @@ diff -urN linux-2.4.26/drivers/char/clps711x_keyb.c linux-2.4.26-vrs1/drivers/ch
+ * pressed. If any is pressed we reschedule the scan within a programmable
+ * delay. If we would switch back to interrupt mode as long as a key is pressed,
+ * we come right back to the interrupt, because the int. is level triggered !
-+ * The timer based scan of the seperate columns can also be done in one
++ * The timer based scan of the separate columns can also be done in one
+ * timer event (set fastscan to 1).
+ * Summary: