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Andrew Kuchling  committed 1358404

Wording/typo fixes

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 - Unicode objects will no longer raise an exception when being
-  compared equal or unequal to a string and causing a
-  UnicodeDecodeError exception, e.g. as result of a decoding failure.
+  compared equal or unequal to a string and a UnicodeDecodeError
+  exception occurs, e.g. as result of a decoding failure.
 
   Instead, the equal (==) and unequal (!=) comparison operators will
   now issue a UnicodeWarning and interpret the two objects as
 Library
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-- The __repr__ method a NULL ctypes.py_object() does no longer raise
+- The __repr__ method of a NULL ctypes.py_object() no longer raises
   an exception.
 
 - uuid.UUID now has a bytes_le attribute. This returns the UUID in 
-  little-endian byte order for Windows. In addition, uuid.py had some
+  little-endian byte order for Windows. In addition, uuid.py gained some
   workarounds for clocks with low resolution, to stop the code yielding
   duplicate UUIDs.
 
 - logging's atexit hook now runs even if the rest of the module has
   already been cleaned up.
 
-- Bug #1112549, DoS attack on cgi.FieldStorage.
+- Bug #1112549, fix DoS attack on cgi.FieldStorage.
 
 - Bug #1531405, format_exception no longer raises an exception if
   str(exception) raised an exception.
 
 - Bug #1534738, win32 debug version of _msi should be _msi_d.pyd.
 
-- Bug #1530448, ctypes buld failure on Solaris 10 was fixed.
+- Bug #1530448, ctypes build failure on Solaris 10 was fixed.
 
 
 C API
 Core and builtins
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-- _PyWeakref_GetWeakrefCount() now returns a Py_ssize_t, it previously
+- _PyWeakref_GetWeakrefCount() now returns a Py_ssize_t; it previously
   returned a long (see PEP 353).
 
 - Bug #1515471: string.replace() accepts character buffers again.
   This means that .pyc files generated before 2.5b3 will be regenerated.
 
 - Bug #1524317:  Compiling Python ``--without-threads`` failed.
-  The Python core compiles again then, and, in a build without threads, the
+  The Python core compiles again, and, in a build without threads, the
   new ``sys._current_frames()`` returns a dictionary with one entry,
   mapping the faux "thread id" 0 to the current frame.
 
 - Bug #1002398: The documentation for os.path.sameopenfile now correctly
   refers to file descriptors, not file objects.
 
-- Rename of the xml package to xmlcore, and the import hackery done to
-  make it appear at both names, has been removed.  Bug #1511497,
+- The renaming of the xml package to xmlcore, and the import hackery done 
+  to make it appear at both names, has been removed.  Bug #1511497,
   #1513611, and probably others.
 
 - Bug #1441397: The compiler module now recognizes module and function
   side effects from one test to the next affect outcomes.  ``DocTestFinder``
   has been changed to sort the list of tests it returns.
 
-- The distutils version has been changed to 2.5.0, and are now kept
+- The distutils version has been changed to 2.5.0, and is now kept
   in sync with sys.version_info[:3].
 
 - Bug #978833: Really close underlying socket in _socketobject.close.