[Git][NTPsec/ntpsec][master] Typos

Eric S. Raymond gitlab at mg.gitlab.com
Sat Nov 5 21:27:37 UTC 2016

Eric S. Raymond pushed to branch master at NTPsec / ntpsec

a2dce9dc by Matt Selsky at 2016-11-05T17:27:29-04:00

- - - - -

2 changed files:

- devel/packaging.txt
- docs/mode6.txt


--- a/devel/packaging.txt
+++ b/devel/packaging.txt
@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ The four executables (pyntpq, ntpviz, ntpsweep, and ntptrace) will now
 be in the directory named dist along with the other files required run.
 You can copy the dist directory, and its contents, to a host that does
-not have Python installed and exectute the programs there.
+not have Python installed and execute the programs there.
 There appears to be no speed advantage, or disadvantage, to running the
 binaries created by cx_freeze.

--- a/docs/mode6.txt
+++ b/docs/mode6.txt
@@ -284,7 +284,7 @@ laddr::		Return entries associated with the server's IP
 		address given.  No port specification is needed,
 		and any supplied is ignored.
-resall::	0x-prefixed hex restrict bits which must all be
+resall::	0x-prefixed hex restrict bits, which must all be
 		lit for an MRU entry to be included.
 		Has precedence over any resany=.
@@ -383,7 +383,7 @@ Attributes within each stanza are deliberately issued in a random
 order, and ntpd occasionally issues an attribute with a
 randomly-generated name and value. This is an attempt to prevent Mode
 6 clients from making brittle assumptioons about the inventory of
-attrbutes and their transmission order.
+attributes and their transmission order.
 Clients can rely on all *.0 values preceding any *.1 values, that is
 all values for a given index number are together in the response.

View it on GitLab: https://gitlab.com/NTPsec/ntpsec/commit/a2dce9dc82c71e222c2b04223e752eca2588f581
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