tree-wide: fix "a the" or "the a"

master
Yu Watanabe 2 years ago
parent e2357b1c8a
commit d51c4fca29
  1. 2
      TODO
  2. 2
      man/sd_bus_process.xml
  3. 5
      src/basic/cgroup-util.c
  4. 2
      src/basic/fs-util.c
  5. 2
      src/resolve/resolved-dns-dnssec.c
  6. 2
      src/resolve/resolved-dns-transaction.c
  7. 2
      src/shared/conf-parser.h
  8. 2
      src/shared/user-record.c

@ -634,7 +634,7 @@ Features:
parameters
* maybe hook of xfs/ext4 quotactl() with services? i.e. automatically manage
the quota of a the user indicated in User= via unit file settings, like the
the quota of the user indicated in User= via unit file settings, like the
other resource management concepts. Would mix nicely with DynamicUser=1. Or
alternatively, do this with projids, so that we can also cover services
running as root. Quota should probably cover all the special dirs such as

@ -59,7 +59,7 @@
message is no longer needed. If <parameter>ret</parameter> is not <constant>NULL</constant>, progress was made, but no message was
processed, <parameter>*ret</parameter> is set to <constant>NULL</constant>.</para>
<para>If a the bus object is connected to an
<para>If the bus object is connected to an
<citerefentry><refentrytitle>sd-event</refentrytitle><manvolnum>3</manvolnum></citerefentry> event loop (with
<citerefentry><refentrytitle>sd_bus_attach_event</refentrytitle><manvolnum>3</manvolnum></citerefentry>), it is not
necessary to call <function>sd_bus_process()</function> directly as it is invoked automatically when

@ -1875,9 +1875,8 @@ int cg_mask_supported(CGroupMask *ret) {
if (r > 0) {
_cleanup_free_ char *root = NULL, *controllers = NULL, *path = NULL;
/* In the unified hierarchy we can read the supported
* and accessible controllers from a the top-level
* cgroup attribute */
/* In the unified hierarchy we can read the supported and accessible controllers from
* the top-level cgroup attribute */
r = cg_get_root_path(&root);
if (r < 0)

@ -810,7 +810,7 @@ int chase_symlinks(const char *path, const char *original_root, unsigned flags,
*
* 3. With CHASE_STEP: in this case only a single step of the normalization is executed, i.e. only the first
* symlink or ".." component of the path is resolved, and the resulting path is returned. This is useful if
* a caller wants to trace the a path through the file system verbosely. Returns < 0 on error, > 0 if the
* a caller wants to trace the path through the file system verbosely. Returns < 0 on error, > 0 if the
* path is fully normalized, and == 0 for each normalization step. This may be combined with
* CHASE_NONEXISTENT, in which case 1 is returned when a component is not found.
*

@ -1380,7 +1380,7 @@ static int nsec3_hashed_domain_make(DnsResourceRecord *nsec3, const char *domain
* matches the wildcard domain.
*
* Based on this we can prove either the existence of the record in @key, or NXDOMAIN or NODATA, or
* that there is no proof either way. The latter is the case if a the proof of non-existence of a given
* that there is no proof either way. The latter is the case if a proof of non-existence of a given
* name uses an NSEC3 record with the opt-out bit set. Lastly, if we are given insufficient NSEC3 records
* to conclude anything we indicate this by returning NO_RR. */
static int dnssec_test_nsec3(DnsAnswer *answer, DnsResourceKey *key, DnssecNsecResult *result, bool *authenticated, uint32_t *ttl) {

@ -2117,7 +2117,7 @@ int dns_transaction_request_dnssec_keys(DnsTransaction *t) {
return r;
if (r == 0) {
/* Hmm, so this SOA RR doesn't match our original question. In this case, maybe this is
* a negative reply, and we need the a SOA RR's TTL in order to cache a negative entry?
* a negative reply, and we need the SOA RR's TTL in order to cache a negative entry?
* If so, we need to validate it, too. */
r = dns_answer_match_key(t->answer, t->key, NULL);

@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ typedef enum ConfigParseFlags {
/* Prototype for a parser for a specific configuration setting */
typedef int (*ConfigParserCallback)(CONFIG_PARSER_ARGUMENTS);
/* A macro declaring the a function prototype, following the typedef above, simply because it's so cumbersomely long
/* A macro declaring a function prototype, following the typedef above, simply because it's so cumbersomely long
* otherwise. (And current emacs gets irritatingly slow when editing files that contain lots of very long function
* prototypes on the same screen) */
#define CONFIG_PARSER_PROTOTYPE(name) int name(CONFIG_PARSER_ARGUMENTS)

@ -2062,7 +2062,7 @@ bool user_record_compatible(UserRecord *a, UserRecord *b) {
assert(a);
assert(b);
/* If either lacks a the regular section, we can't really decide, let's hence say they are
/* If either lacks the regular section, we can't really decide, let's hence say they are
* incompatible. */
if (!(a->mask & b->mask & USER_RECORD_REGULAR))
return false;

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