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Thomas Waldmann  committed 2a57737

give bitbucket url (not old trac), fix typos

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File docs/source/analysis.rst

 	my_analyzer = RegexTokenizer() | LowercaseFilter() | StopFilter()
 	
 The first item must be a tokenizer and the rest must be filters (you can't put a
-filter first or a tokenizer after the first item). Note that is only works if at
+filter first or a tokenizer after the first item). Note that this only works if at
 least the tokenizer is a subclass of ``whoosh.analysis.Composable``, as all the
 tokenizers and filters that ship with Whoosh are.
 
 Stop words
 ----------
 
-"Stop" words are words that are so common it's often counter-productive to index
+"Stop" words are words that are so common that it's often counter-productive to index
 them, such as "and", "or", "if", etc. The provided analysis.StopFilter lets you
 filter out stop words, and includes a default list of common stop words.
 
 
 The mixing of persistent "setting" and transient "information" attributes on the
 Token object is not especially elegant. If I ever have a better idea I might
-change it ;) Nothing requires that an Analyzer be implemented by calling a
+change it. ;) Nothing requires that an Analyzer be implemented by calling a
 tokenizer and filters. Tokenizers and filters are simply a convenient way to
 structure the code. You're free to write an analyzer any way you want, as long
 as it implements ``__call__``.

File docs/source/facets.rst

 
 .. tip::
     Whoosh currently only supports **non-overlapping** categories. A document
-    cannot belong to facets at the same time. (It is not an error if the facets
-    overlap; each document will simply be sorted into one category arbitrarily.)
+    cannot belong to multiple facets at the same time. (It is not an error if
+    the facets overlap; each document will simply be sorted into one category
+    arbitrarily.)
 
 Faceting relies on field caches. See :doc:`fieldcaches` for information about
 field caches.

File docs/source/intro.rst

 Getting help with Whoosh
 ------------------------
 
-You can view outstanding issues and file bugs on the `Whoosh Trac <http://trac.whoosh.ca>`_.
-You can ask for help on the `Whoosh mailing list <http://groups.google.com/group/whoosh>`_.
-
-
-
+You can view outstanding issues on the
+`Whoosh Bitbucket page <http://bitbucket.org/mchaput/whoosh>`_
+and get help on the `Whoosh mailing list <http://groups.google.com/group/whoosh>`_.

File docs/source/parsing.rst

     object) that accepts a fieldname string and term text unicode string in its
     ``__init__`` method. The default is :class:`whoosh.query.Term`.
 
-    This is useful if you want to chnage the default term class to
+    This is useful if you want to change the default term class to
     :class:`whoosh.query.Variations`, or if you've written a custom term class
     you want the parser to use instead of the ones shipped with Whoosh.
 

File docs/source/spelling.rst

     ix = index.open_dir("index")
 
     # Start/open a spelling dictionary in the same directory
-    speller = SpellChecer(ix.storage)
+    speller = SpellChecker(ix.storage)
 
 Whoosh lets you keep multiple indexes in the same directory by assigning the
 indexes different names. The default name for a regular index is ``_MAIN``. The