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Aidan Kehoe committed 66d2f63

Correct some spelling and formatting in behavior.el.

Mentioned in tracker issue 826, the third thing mentioned there (the file
name at the bottom of the file) had already been fixed.

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2013-08-05 Aidan Kehoe <kehoea@parhasard.net>

* behavior.el:
(override-behavior):
Correct some spelling and formatting here, thank you Steven
Mitchell in tracker issue 826.

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+2013-08-05  Aidan Kehoe  <kehoea@parhasard.net>
+
+	* behavior.el:
+	(override-behavior):
+	Correct some spelling and formatting here, thank you Steven
+	Mitchell in tracker issue 826.
+
 2013-08-05  Aidan Kehoe  <kehoea@parhasard.net>
 
 	* mule/latin.el:
 ;;    package is enabled, the user doesn't have to do anything specific for
 ;;    the package to do its thing -- it happens automatically if the user is
 ;;    using the area whose behavior has been changed.  These include packages
-;;    such as `avoid' (which makes the mouse poointer move when the cursor
+;;    such as `avoid' (which makes the mouse pointer move when the cursor
 ;;    gets too close), EFS (which adds the ability to treat an FTP site as
 ;;    part of the local file system), the packages that supply the
 ;;    mode-specific handling for various files, etc
 Normally, groups are created and assigned properties by individual packages.
 The resulting hierarchy may not make much sense globally.  This function
 allows the hierarchy and appearance of a group to be specified globally,
-and will take precendence over the properties assigned by `define-behavior-group'.  This allows a global organization to be imposed on groups, while still allowing for graceful handling of new or unknown groups.
+and will take precendence over the properties assigned by
+`define-behavior-group'.  This allows a global organization to be imposed on
+groups, while still allowing for graceful handling of new or unknown groups.
 
 NAME can be a symbol specifying a group name, or a list of
 \(PARENT [...] NAME), where a path from a particular parent is explicitly