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Steven Knight  committed b9b3cbe

Another typo fix (cse => case) and clarification of why submitting a
test case is good.

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 even if you think it should be obvious
 how to test the patch.
 It might be clear to you while you're writing the code,
-but it might still take someone else 15 or more minutes
-of making sure they understand your intent.
-The point is you're trying to use your knowledge
-to save time during the integration process,
+but it will still take someone else time
+to make sure they understand your intent
+and work out the details of how to set up an appropriate case.
+The point is you're trying to use your existing knowledge
+of the bug being fixed or new feature being added
+to make the process of integrating your patch as
+simple and quick as possible,
 thereby increasing the chance of your patch making it
 into the SCons code base.
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 well, you're still welcome to submit the code.
 Just be aware that the patch will likely stay
 in the queue until someone has time to reverse-engineer
-a test cse.
+a test case.
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