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bin/spell-checker-iface.sh

 #!/bin/bash
 find dest/t2-homepage/ -name '*.html' -or -name '*.xhtml' |
     ( LC_ALL=C sort  ) |
-    perl -lne 'print if 1..m#lecture/Pres-Tools/Perl-Point/index#'|
+    perl -lne 'print if 1..m#lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/usage/setting-up#'|
     grep -vP 'guide2ee/undergrad' |
     grep -vP '(?:humour/TheEnemy/(?:The-Enemy-(?:English-)?rev|TheEnemy))' |
     grep -vP '(?:humour/by-others/(?:English-is-a-Crazy-Language|darien|hitchhiker|how-many-newsgroup-readers|oded-c|s-stands-for-simple|technion-bit-1|top-12-things-likely|was-the-death-star-attack|grad-student-jokes-from-jnoakes))' |

lib/docbook/4/xml/end-of-it-slavery.xml

 
             <para>
                 And here’s another anecdote: at a previous workplace, I was
-                instructed to fullfill my hours quota at least precisely,
+                instructed to fulfil my hours quota at least precisely,
                 so they can get enough benefits from the Israeli Chief
                 Scientist. But what is more beneficial for them: a happy,
                 productive developer who does very good work, or a few

lib/docbook/5/xml/objectivism-and-open-source.xml

 
 <para>
 One of the central themes of the Objectivism is that the conscious individual
-is an end to himself, and should strive to fullfill his own happiness and
+is an end to himself, and should strive to fulfil his own happiness and
 well-being. It demonstrates that by acting out of their rational self-interest
 , individuals best benefit others as well.
 </para>

lib/hunspell/whitelist1.txt

 
 Ingy's
 Spork
+
+====dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/index.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/features.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/finale/index.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/finale/links.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/finale/samples.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/history.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/index.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/intro.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/no_wml/index.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/no_wml/page.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/no_wml/render-modes.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/usage/Contents.pm.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/usage/images.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/usage/index.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/usage/page.html,dest/t2-homepage/lecture/Quad-Pres/slides/usage/setting-up.html
+
+default_dest_dir
+Render_all_contents
+pl
+'ing
+begin_contents
+begin_footer
+begin_header
+bgcolor
+cp
+css
+end_contents
+end_footer
+end_header
+FFFFFF
+get_contents
+h1
+h3
+Haifux
+li
+logo-wml
+Non-WML
+notbold
+no_wml
+Perl-based
+png
+qpcontents
+QuaD-Pres
+src
+StyleSheet
+ul
+url
+WebMetaLecture
+WML

lib/presentations/qp/Quad-Pres/Contents.pm

         },
         {
             'url' => "no_wml",
-            'title' => "Using QuaD-Pres without WebMetaLanguage",
+            'title' => "Using QuaD-Pres without Website Meta Language",
             'subs' =>
             [
                 {

lib/presentations/qp/Quad-Pres/src/features.html.wml

 
 <ol class="point">
 <li>
-Can work with <a href="http://thewml.org/">WebMetaLanguage</a> or without
+Can work with <a href="http://thewml.org/">Website Meta Language</a> or without
 it.
 </li>
 <li>
-Organizes the lecture into a hierarchy of sections and subections.
+Organises the lecture into a hierarchy of sections and subsections.
 </li>
 <li>
 Generates tables of contents, and navigation links.

lib/presentations/qp/Quad-Pres/src/finale/links.html.wml

 </p>
 
 <p>
-<a href="http://thewml.org/">WebMetaLanguage</a>
+<a href="http://thewml.org/">Website Meta Language</a>
 </p>
 
 <p>

lib/presentations/qp/Quad-Pres/src/finale/samples.html.wml

 #include 'template.wml'
 
 
-<h2>Presentations Using WebMetaLanguage</h2>
+<h2>Presentations Using Website Meta Language</h2>
 
 <define-tag linktolectproto endtag="required">
 <li><a href="http://www.shlomifish.org/lecture/%0/">%body</a></li>
 <linktolect "W2L/Basic_Use">The Haifux' Welcome to Linux Basic Use Lecture</linktolect>
 <linktolect "Freecell-Solver">Freecell Solver - Evolution of a C Program</linktolect>
 <linktolect "Autotools">The GNU Autotools</linktolect>
-<linktolect "WebMetaLecture">WebMetaLecture - a lecture about WebMetaLanguage</linktolect>
+<linktolect "WebMetaLecture">WebMetaLecture - a lecture about Website Meta Language</linktolect>
 <linktolect "Quad-Pres">This lecture!</linktolect>
 </ol>
 

lib/presentations/qp/Quad-Pres/src/history.html.wml

 <li>
 I decided that I need a tool to simplify a construction of good looking
 and functional presentations, so I coded the initial version of QuaD-Pres to
-fullfill it.
+fulfil it.
 </li>
 <li>
-The incenitive for QuaD-Pres, and the goals it was supposed to achieve were
+The incentive for QuaD-Pres, and the goals it was supposed to achieve were
 given in
 <a href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/gamla-devel/message/82">this E-mail</a>
 .
 </li>
 <li>
-Later on, after I learned <a href="http://thewml.org/">WebMetaLanguage</a>, I
+Later on, after I learned <a href="http://thewml.org/">Website Meta Language</a>, I
 enabled QuaD-Pres to use it, and used a combination of WML and QuaD-Pres ever
 since.
 </li>

lib/presentations/qp/Quad-Pres/src/no_wml/page.html.wml

 <ul class="point">
 <li>
 A QuaD-Pres sans WML page is a valid HTML page, with some meta-
-sections defined betweeen &lt;-- &amp; ... &gt; comments.
+sections defined between &lt;-- &amp; ... &gt; comments.
 </li>
 <li>
 Here is an example:

lib/presentations/qp/Quad-Pres/src/no_wml/render-modes.html.wml

 <b>Hard-Disk</b> renders the pages for viewing on a local hard-disk.
 </li>
 <li>
-<b>CGI</b> - it is possible to use a CGI script to dynmically
+<b>CGI</b> - it is possible to use a CGI script to dynamically
 render the pages.
 </li>
 <li>

lib/presentations/qp/Quad-Pres/src/usage/Contents.pm.html.wml

         },
         {
             <font color="#ff00ff">'</font><font color="#ff00ff">url</font><font color="#ff00ff">'</font> =&gt; <font color="#ff00ff">&quot;</font><font color="#ff00ff">no_wml</font><font color="#ff00ff">&quot;</font>,
-            <font color="#ff00ff">'</font><font color="#ff00ff">title</font><font color="#ff00ff">'</font> =&gt; <font color="#ff00ff">&quot;</font><font color="#ff00ff">Using QuaD-Pres without WebMetaLanguage</font><font color="#ff00ff">&quot;</font>,
+            <font color="#ff00ff">'</font><font color="#ff00ff">title</font><font color="#ff00ff">'</font> =&gt; <font color="#ff00ff">&quot;</font><font color="#ff00ff">Using QuaD-Pres without Website Meta Language</font><font color="#ff00ff">&quot;</font>,
             <font color="#ff00ff">'</font><font color="#ff00ff">subs</font><font color="#ff00ff">'</font> =&gt;
             [
                 {

lib/presentations/qp/Quad-Pres/src/usage/page.html.wml

 <tt>src</tt> sub-directory.
 </li>
 <li>
-Afterwards you can use whatever HTML and WebMetaLanguage code to fill its contents.
+Afterwards you can use whatever HTML and Website Meta Language code to fill
+its contents.
 </li>
 <li>
 The meta-tag <tt>&lt;qpcontents /&gt;</tt> evaluates to a table of contents of

lib/presentations/qp/Website-Meta-Lecture/Contents.pm

 
 my $contents =
 {
-    'title' => "WebMetaLecture - a lecture about WebMetaLanguage",
+    'title' => "WebMetaLecture - a lecture about Website Meta Language",
     'subs' =>
     [
         {

lib/presentations/qp/Website-Meta-Lecture/src/html_is_wml.html.wml

 
 <points>
 <li>
-Most HTML will pass through the WebMetaLanguage processor unchanged.
+Most HTML will pass through the Website Meta Language processor unchanged.
 </li>
 <li>
-WebMetaLanguage code mostly looks and behaves like HTML.
+Website Meta Language code mostly looks and behaves like HTML.
 </li>
 </points>

lib/presentations/qp/Website-Meta-Lecture/src/intro.html.wml

 
 <points>
 <li>
-<a href="http://thewml.org/">WebMetaLanguage</a> (or WML for short) is a toolkit for generating
+<a href="http://thewml.org/">Website Meta Language</a> (or WML for short) is a toolkit for generating
 static HTML pages.
 </li>
 <li>

lib/presentations/qp/Website-Meta-Lecture/src/why_static_html.html.wml

 Yet another option is to create your own ad-hoc content mangament system. (e.g:
 a perl script that will render your pages) However, this will have to be
 extended in time, and you'll probably invent something that <b>is not as</b>
-good as WebMetaLanguage which is already very mature and complete. I remember
+good as Website Meta Language which is already very mature and complete. I remember
 writing something like that myself in PHP for an older incarnation of the
 IGLU site, and know other people who created similar solutions for their own
-need. None of them was as good or as versatile as WebMetaLanguage.
+need. None of them was as good or as versatile as Website Meta Language.
 </p>
 
 <p>
-Finaly, WebMetaLanguage and pre-rendered XSL stylesheets give you fine control
+Finaly, Website Meta Language and pre-rendered XSL stylesheets give you fine control
 on the HTML generated while allowing you to do anything Turing Complete.
-WebMetaLanguage has been around longer than XSL. By virtue of integrating Perl
+Website Meta Language has been around longer than XSL. By virtue of integrating Perl
 it can do anything Perl does, while XSL is a virtual machine without much
 capabilities of interaction with the outside world. I also think WML has
 a better human-factors engineering, but that's a matter of state.

lib/rejects/CV_generic.wml

 <b>Internet Related:</b>
 </td>
 <td valign="top">
-HTML, CGI programming, JavaScript, TCP/IP Sockets, WebMetaLanguage
+HTML, CGI programming, JavaScript, TCP/IP Sockets, Website Meta Language
 </td>
 </tr>
 

t2/lecture/WebMetaLecture/WebMetaLecture-summary.txt

 Introduction:
-    WebMetaLanguage - a tool for generating static HTML files out of templates.
+    Website Meta Language - a tool for generating static HTML files out of templates.
 
     Orignally written by Ralf S. Engelschall and now maintained by
     Denis Barbier

t2/open-source/anti/windows-vista/index.html.wml

 <a href="http://linmagazine.co.il/enterprise/kaplan/vista-fud-46360">“Vista FUD
 in the Printed Press”</a> - by Lior Kaplan (in Hebrew). The CEO of Microsoft
 Israel predicted that Vista will be purchased by 100% of the home users by
-the end of 2007. Kaplan claims it is a way to become a self-fullfilling
+the end of 2007. Kaplan claims it is a way to become a self-fulfilling
 prophecy.
 </li>
 

t2/puzzles/logic/between-the-screws/index.html.wml

 </ul>
 
 <p>
-Based on hint #1, we can tell that the scren needing the blue screwdriver and
-the final screw were either 4cm and 6cm long respectivly or 6cm and 8cm
-respectively, as no other allocations fullfill the hint. According to hint #2
+Based on hint #1, we can tell that the screw needing the blue screwdriver and
+the final screw were either 4cm and 6cm long respectively or 6cm and 8cm
+respectively, as no other allocations fulfil the hint. According to hint #2
 we know that the 6cm long screw was either 3rd or 4th. If the 6cm screw was 4rd
 then, then the 4th screw  must be 8cm (in accordance to hint #1).  However,
 then the 3rd screw must be the one needing the blue screwdriver which is
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