Commit d871dcdc authored by Alexander Krotov's avatar Alexander Krotov

More spelling fixes

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......@@ -58,9 +58,9 @@ see [Wiki](https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim/wikis/help/gajimmacosx#python3brew)
#### Developing
For developing you dont have to install Gajim.
For developing you don't have to install Gajim.
After installing all dependencys execute
After installing all dependencies execute
``./launch.py``
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......@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ Shows or hides the roster window
.Sh EXAMPLES
Open a URI of group chat gajim
.Pp
.Dl $ gajim-remote handle_uri xmpp:gajim@conferenc.gajim.org?join
.Dl $ gajim-remote handle_uri xmpp:gajim@conference.gajim.org?join
.Pp
Send custom XML
.Pp
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......@@ -387,7 +387,7 @@ class ChatControlBase(MessageControl, ChatCommandProcessor, CommandTools):
app.ged.register_event_handler('ping-error', ged.GUI1,
self._nec_ping_error)
# This is bascially a very nasty hack to surpass the inability
# This is basically a very nasty hack to surpass the inability
# to properly use the super, because of the old code.
CommandTools.__init__(self)
......@@ -531,7 +531,7 @@ class ChatControlBase(MessageControl, ChatCommandProcessor, CommandTools):
def on_banner_label_populate_popup(self, label, menu):
"""
Override the default context menu and add our own menutiems
Override the default context menu and add our own menuitems
"""
item = Gtk.SeparatorMenuItem.new()
menu.prepend(item)
......@@ -617,9 +617,9 @@ class ChatControlBase(MessageControl, ChatCommandProcessor, CommandTools):
elif (self.space_pressed or self.msg_textview.undo_pressed) and \
event.keyval not in (Gdk.KEY_Control_L, Gdk.KEY_Control_R) and \
not (event.keyval == Gdk.KEY_z and event.get_state() & Gdk.ModifierType.CONTROL_MASK):
# If the space key has been pressed and now it hasnt,
# we save the buffer into the undo list. But be carefull we're not
# pressiong Control again (as in ctrl+z)
# If the space key has been pressed and now it hasn't,
# we save the buffer into the undo list. But be careful we're not
# pressing Control again (as in ctrl+z)
_buffer = widget.get_buffer()
start_iter, end_iter = _buffer.get_bounds()
self.msg_textview.save_undo(_buffer.get_text(start_iter, end_iter, True))
......@@ -938,7 +938,7 @@ class ChatControlBase(MessageControl, ChatCommandProcessor, CommandTools):
pos = self.received_history_pos
size = len(history)
scroll = False if pos == size else True # are we scrolling?
# we don't want size of the buffer to grow indefinately
# we don't want size of the buffer to grow indefinitely
max_size = app.config.get('key_up_lines')
for i in range(size - max_size + 1):
if pos == 0:
......@@ -1180,7 +1180,7 @@ class ChatControlBase(MessageControl, ChatCommandProcessor, CommandTools):
def on_minimize_menuitem_toggled(self, widget):
"""
When a grouchat is minimized, unparent the tab, put it in roster etc
When a groupchat is minimized, unparent the tab, put it in roster etc
"""
old_value = True
non_minimized_gc = app.config.get_per('accounts', self.account,
......@@ -1286,7 +1286,7 @@ class ChatControlBase(MessageControl, ChatCommandProcessor, CommandTools):
if event != Gdk.KEY_Page_Up:
return
else:
# On scrolliung UP disable autoscroll
# On scrolling UP disable autoscroll
# get_scroll_direction() sets has_direction only TRUE
# if smooth scrolling is deactivated. If we have smooth
# smooth scrolling we have to use get_scroll_deltas()
......@@ -1437,7 +1437,7 @@ class ScrolledWindow(Gtk.ScrolledWindow):
# Gtk Bug: If policy is set to Automatic, the ScrolledWindow
# has a min size of around 46-82 depending on the System. Because
# we want it smaller, we set policy NEVER if the height is < 90
# so the ScrolledWindow will shrink to around 26 (1 line heigh).
# so the ScrolledWindow will shrink to around 26 (1 line height).
# Once it gets over 90 its no problem to restore the policy.
if natural_height < 90:
GLib.idle_add(self.set_policy,
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......@@ -36,13 +36,13 @@ class BaseError(Exception):
class DefinitionError(BaseError):
"""
Used to indicate errors occured on command definition.
Used to indicate errors occurred on command definition.
"""
pass
class CommandError(BaseError):
"""
Used to indicate errors occured during command execution.
Used to indicate errors occurred during command execution.
"""
pass
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......@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ class CommandHost(metaclass=Host):
class CommandContainer(metaclass=Container):
"""
Command container is an entity which holds defined commands,
allowing them to be dispatched and proccessed correctly. Each
allowing them to be dispatched and processed correctly. Each
command container may be bound to a one or more command hosts.
The AUTOMATIC class variable, which must be defined by a command
......@@ -159,7 +159,7 @@ class Command(object):
try:
return self.handler(*args, **kwargs)
# This allows to use a shortcuted way of raising an exception
# This allows to use a shortcut way of raising an exception
# inside a handler. That is to raise a CommandError without
# command or name attributes set. They will be set to a
# corresponding values right here in case if they was not set by
......@@ -235,7 +235,7 @@ def command(*names, **properties):
facilities for setting command's names and properties.
Names should contain a set of names (aliases) by which the command
can be reached. If no names are given - the the native name (the one
can be reached. If no names are given - the native name (the one
extracted from the command handler) will be used.
If native=True is given (default) and names is non-empty - then the
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......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
"""
The implementation and auxilary systems which implement the standard
The implementation and auxiliary systems which implement the standard
Gajim commands and also provide an infrastructure for adding custom
commands.
"""
......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
"""
This module contains examples of how to create your own commands, by
creating a new command container, bounded to a specific command host,
and definding a set of commands inside of it.
and defining a set of commands inside of it.
Keep in mind that this module is not being loaded from anywhere, so the
code in here will not be executed and commands defined here will not be
......@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ class CustomCommonCommands(CommandContainer):
programmatically extracted and formatted.
After that you can give more help, like explanation of the
options. This one will be programatically extracted and
options. This one will be programmatically extracted and
formatted too.
After all the documentation - there will be autogenerated (based
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......@@ -86,7 +86,7 @@ class ChatCommandProcessor(CommandProcessor):
def command_preprocessor(self, command, name, arguments, args, kwargs):
# If command argument contain h or help option - forward it to
# the /help command. Dont forget to pass self, as all commands
# the /help command. Don't forget to pass self, as all commands
# are unbound. And also don't forget to print output.
if 'h' in kwargs or 'help' in kwargs:
help = self.get_command('help')
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......@@ -161,7 +161,7 @@ class StandardCommonCommands(CommandContainer):
class StandardCommonChatCommands(CommandContainer):
"""
This command container contans standard commands, which are common
This command container contains standard commands, which are common
to a chat and a private chat only.
"""
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......@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
"""
The module contains routines to parse command arguments and map them to
the command handler's positonal and keyword arguments.
the command handler's positional and keyword arguments.
Mapping is done in two stages: 1) parse arguments into positional
arguments and options; 2) adapt them to the specific command handler
......@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ ARG_PATTERN = re.compile(r'(\'|")?(?P<body>(?(1).+?|\S+))(?(1)\1)')
OPT_PATTERN = re.compile(r'(?<!\w)--?(?P<key>[\w-]+)(?:(?:=|\s)(\'|")?(?P<value>(?(2)[^-]+?|[^-\s]+))(?(2)\2))?')
# Option keys needs to be encoded to a specific encoding as Python does
# not allow to expand dictionary with raw unicode strings as keys from a
# not allow to expand dictionary with raw Unicode strings as keys from a
# **kwargs.
KEY_ENCODING = 'UTF-8'
......@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@ def adapt_arguments(command, arguments, args, opts):
arguments_end = len(arguments) - 1
# If there are any optional arguments given they should be
# either an unquoted postional argument or part of the raw
# either an unquoted positional argument or part of the raw
# argument. So we find all optional arguments that can
# possibly be unquoted argument and append them as is to the
# args.
......@@ -164,7 +164,7 @@ def adapt_arguments(command, arguments, args, opts):
raise CommandError(_("Missing arguments"), command)
# The essential point of the whole play. After
# boundaries are being determined (supposingly correct)
# boundaries are being determined (supposedly correct)
# we separate raw part from the rest of arguments, which
# should be normally processed.
raw = arguments[end:]
......@@ -181,7 +181,7 @@ def adapt_arguments(command, arguments, args, opts):
args.append((raw, (end, arguments_end)))
else:
# Substitue all of the arguments with only one, which
# Substitute all of the arguments with only one, which
# contain raw and unprocessed arguments as a string. And
# discard all the options, as raw command does not
# support them.
......@@ -201,9 +201,9 @@ def adapt_arguments(command, arguments, args, opts):
if '-' in key:
opts[index] = (key.replace('-', '_'), value, position)
# The second stage of transforming options to an associatable state.
# The second stage of transforming options to an associable state.
# Expanding short, one-letter options to a verbose ones, if
# corresponding optin has been given.
# corresponding opt-in has been given.
if command.expand:
expanded = []
for spec_key, spec_value in norm_kwargs.items():
......@@ -248,7 +248,7 @@ def adapt_arguments(command, arguments, args, opts):
# Detect if positional arguments overlap keyword arguments. If so
# and this is allowed by command options - then map them directly to
# their options, so they can get propert further processings.
# their options, so they can get proper further processing.
spec_fix = 1 if command.source else 0
spec_len = len(spec_args) - spec_fix
if len(args) > spec_len:
......@@ -281,11 +281,11 @@ def generate_usage(command, complete=True):
"""
Extract handler's arguments specification and wrap them in a
human-readable format usage information. If complete is given - then
USAGE_PATTERN will be used to render the specification completly.
USAGE_PATTERN will be used to render the specification completely.
"""
spec_args, spec_kwargs, var_args, var_kwargs = command.extract_specification()
# Remove some special positional arguments from the specifiaction,
# Remove some special positional arguments from the specification,
# but store their names so they can be used for usage info
# generation.
sp_source = spec_args.pop(0) if command.source else None
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......@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ os_info = None # used to cache os information
transport_type = {} # list the type of transport
last_message_time = {} # list of time of the latest incomming message
last_message_time = {} # list of time of the latest incoming message
# {acct1: {jid1: time1, jid2: time2}, }
encrypted_chats = {} # list of encrypted chats {acct1: [jid1, jid2], ..}
......
......@@ -423,7 +423,7 @@ class JingleSession:
self.connection.connection.send(stanza)
raise nbxmpp.NodeProcessed
else:
# FIXME: This ressource is unknown to us, what should we do?
# FIXME: This resource is unknown to us, what should we do?
# For now, reject the transport
stanza, jingle = self.__make_jingle('transport-reject')
content = jingle.setTag('content', attrs={'creator': creator,
......@@ -533,7 +533,7 @@ class JingleSession:
self._session_terminate(reason)
raise nbxmpp.NodeProcessed
# If we are not receivin a file
# If we are not receiving a file
# Check if there's already a session with this user:
if contents[0].media != 'file':
for session in self.connection.iter_jingle_sessions(self.peerjid):
......
......@@ -191,10 +191,10 @@ class ConnectionBytestream:
"""
Inform sender that we refuse to download the file
typ is used when code = '400', in this case typ can be 'strean' for
typ is used when code = '400', in this case typ can be 'stream' for
invalid stream or 'profile' for invalid profile
"""
# user response to ConfirmationDialog may come after we've disconneted
# user response to ConfirmationDialog may come after we've disconnected
if not self.connection or self.connected < 2:
return
if file_props.session_type == 'jingle':
......@@ -376,7 +376,7 @@ class ConnectionSocks5Bytestream(ConnectionBytestream):
self._add_local_ips_as_streamhosts_to_query(query, file_props)
self._add_proxy_streamhosts_to_query(query, file_props)
self._add_upnp_igd_as_streamhost_to_query(query, file_props, iq)
# Upnp-igd is ascynchronous, so it will send the iq itself
# Upnp-igd is asynchronous, so it will send the iq itself
def _add_streamhosts_to_query(self, query, sender, port, hosts):
for host in hosts:
......@@ -855,7 +855,7 @@ class ConnectionIBBytestream(ConnectionBytestream):
def OpenStream(self, sid, to, fp, blocksize=4096):
"""
Start new stream. You should provide stream id 'sid', the endpoind jid
Start new stream. You should provide stream id 'sid', the endpoint jid
'to', the file object containing info for send 'fp'. Also the desired
blocksize can be specified.
Take into account that recommended stanza size is 4k and IBB uses
......@@ -942,7 +942,7 @@ class ConnectionIBBytestream(ConnectionBytestream):
elif seq != file_props.seq:
err = nbxmpp.ERR_UNEXPECTED_REQUEST
else:
log.debug('Successfull receive sid->%s %s+%s bytes' % (sid,
log.debug('Successfully received sid->%s %s+%s bytes' % (sid,
file_props.fp.tell(), len(data)))
file_props.seq += 1
file_props.started = True
......@@ -965,7 +965,7 @@ class ConnectionIBBytestream(ConnectionBytestream):
def StreamCloseHandler(self, conn, stanza):
"""
Handle stream closure due to all data transmitted.
Raise xmpppy event specifying successfull data receive.
Raise xmpppy event specifying successful data receive.
"""
sid = stanza.getTagAttr('close', 'sid')
log.debug('StreamCloseHandler called sid->%s' % sid)
......@@ -989,7 +989,7 @@ class ConnectionIBBytestream(ConnectionBytestream):
"""
Handle remote side reply about if it agree or not to receive our
datastream.
Used internally. Raises xmpppy event specfiying if the data transfer
Used internally. Raises xmpppy event specifying if the data transfer
is agreed upon.
"""
syn_id = stanza.getID()
......
......@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ class Proxy65Manager:
"""
Keep records for file transfer proxies. Each time account establishes a
connection to its server call proxy65manger.resolve(proxy) for every proxy
that is convigured within the account. The class takes care to resolve and
that is configured within the account. The class takes care to resolve and
test each proxy only once
"""
......@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ class Proxy65Manager:
if proxy in self.proxies:
resolver = self.proxies[proxy]
else:
# proxy is being ressolved for the first time
# proxy is being resolved for the first time
resolver = ProxyResolver(proxy, sender_jid, testit)
self.proxies[proxy] = resolver
resolver.add_connection(connection)
......
......@@ -1770,7 +1770,7 @@ class GroupchatControl(ChatControlBase):
right_changed = False
if obj.real_jid:
# delete ressource
# delete resource
simple_jid = app.get_jid_without_resource(obj.real_jid)
nick_jid += ' (%s)' % simple_jid
......@@ -2209,7 +2209,7 @@ class GroupchatControl(ChatControlBase):
if contact.our_chatstate == state:
return
# if wel're inactive prevent composing (XEP violation)
# if we're inactive prevent composing (XEP violation)
if contact.our_chatstate == 'inactive' and state == 'composing':
# go active before
app.nec.push_outgoing_event(GcMessageOutgoingEvent(None,
......@@ -2296,7 +2296,7 @@ class GroupchatControl(ChatControlBase):
return True
includes = app.config.get('confirm_close_muc_rooms').split(' ')
excludes = app.config.get('noconfirm_close_muc_rooms').split(' ')
# whether to ask for comfirmation before closing muc
# whether to ask for confirmation before closing muc
if (app.config.get('confirm_close_muc') or self.room_jid in includes)\
and app.gc_connected[self.account][self.room_jid] and self.room_jid \
not in excludes:
......
......@@ -1820,8 +1820,8 @@ class Interface:
# [^\s*] anything but whitespaces and '*'
# (?<!\S) is a one char lookbehind assertion and asks for any leading
# whitespace
# and mathces beginning of lines so we have correct formatting detection
# even if the the text is just '*foo*'
# and matches beginning of lines so we have correct formatting detection
# even if the text is just '*foo*'
# (?!\S) is the same thing but it's a lookahead assertion
# \S*[^\s\W] --> in the matching string don't match ? or ) etc.. if at
# the end
......@@ -1869,7 +1869,7 @@ class Interface:
emoticons_pattern_postmatch = ''
emoticon_length = 0
for emoticon in keys: # travel thru emoticons list
emoticon_escaped = re.escape(emoticon) # espace regexp metachars
emoticon_escaped = re.escape(emoticon) # escape regexp metachars
# | means or in regexp
emoticons_pattern += emoticon_escaped + '|'
if (emoticon_length != len(emoticon)):
......@@ -2294,7 +2294,7 @@ class Interface:
def process_connections(self):
"""
Called each foo (200) miliseconds. Check for idlequeue timeouts
Called each foo (200) milliseconds. Check for idlequeue timeouts
"""
try:
app.idlequeue.process()
......@@ -2305,7 +2305,7 @@ class Interface:
# On Windows process() calls select.select(), so we need this
# executed as often as possible.
# Adding it directly with GLib.idle_add() causes Gajim to use
# too much CPU time. Thats why its added with 1ms timeout.
# too much CPU time. That's why its added with 1ms timeout.
# On Linux only alarms are checked in process(), so we use
# a bigger timeout
timeout, in_seconds = 1, None
......
......@@ -1113,7 +1113,7 @@ class RosterWindow:
def _really_draw_group(self, group, account):
child_iter = self._get_group_iter(group, account, model=self.model)
if not child_iter:
# Eg. We redraw groups after we removed a entitiy
# Eg. We redraw groups after we removed a entity
# and its empty groups
return
if self.regroup:
......
......@@ -502,7 +502,7 @@ class RosterTooltip(Gtk.Window, StatusTable):
self.jid.show()
self.jid_label.show()
# contact has only one ressource
# contact has only one resource
if self.num_resources == 1 and contact.resource:
res = GLib.markup_escape_text(contact.resource)
prio = str(contact.priority)
......@@ -615,7 +615,7 @@ class RosterTooltip(Gtk.Window, StatusTable):
def _get_icon_name_for_tooltip(self, contact):
"""
Helper function used for tooltip contacts/acounts
Helper function used for tooltip contacts/accounts
Tooltip on account has fake contact with sub == '', in this case we show
real status of the account
......
......@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ make_po()
make_mo()
{
if [ ! -f $1.po ]; then
echo "$1.po doesn't existe. Use plugins_translation make_po $1 to create it.";
echo "$1.po doesn't exist. Use plugins_translation make_po $1 to create it.";
exit 3
fi
mkdir -p locale/$1/LC_MESSAGES
......
......@@ -94,8 +94,8 @@ class TestJingle(unittest.TestCase):
self.con.connection = Connection()
'''
Fake file_props when we recieve a file. Gajim creates a file_props
out of a FileRequestRecieve event and from then on it changes in
Fake file_props when we receive a file. Gajim creates a file_props
out of a FileRequestReceive event and from then on it changes in
a lot of places. It is easier to just copy it in here.
If the session_initiate stanza changes, this also must change.
'''
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