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Adrian's mega typo patch, plus

2002-03-18 Adrian Aichner <adrian@xemacs.org>

* pcl-cvs-parse.el (cvs-parse-ignored-messages): Ignore messages
from cvswrapper server.

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+2002-03-12  Adrian Aichner  <adrian@xemacs.org>
+
+	* texinfo/bbdb.texinfo: Fix typos found
+	by my own grep-for-likely-typo.pl.
+
 2002-02-21  Nix  <nix@esperi.demon.co.uk>
 
 	* lisp/bbdb-com.el (top-level): Evaluate fsets at runtime,

texinfo/bbdb.texinfo

 If you are inserting a new phone-number field, you can control whether
 it is a North American or European phone number by providing a prefix
 argument.  A prefix arg of @kbd{^U} means it's to be a euronumber, and
-any other prefix arg means it's to be a a structured North American
+any other prefix arg means it's to be a structured North American
 number.  If no prefix argument is supplied, the style used is controlled
 by the variable @code{bbdb-north-american-phone-numbers-p}. @refill
 
 of your MUA.  When using the pop up feature it will search for the
 addresses in @code{bbdb-get-addresses-headers} and display them.  By
 default it will list only the first address, but by setting
-@code{bbdb-get-only-first-address-p} to @code{nil} one will will get
+@code{bbdb-get-only-first-address-p} to @code{nil} one will get
 records for all addresses.
 
 If there is no MUA specific variable for ignoring certain addresses then
 
 @item bbdb-print-require
 @vindex bbdb-print-require
-The fields required for printing a record.  This allows, for example, only
-records with phone numbers to be printed.  The value of the value of the
+The fields required for printing a record.  This allows, for example,
+only records with phone numbers to be printed.  The value of the
 variable will be evaluated once for each record, and the record will be
 printed only if the evaluation returns a non-nil value.  The symbols
-@code{name}, @code{company}, @code{net}, @code{phone}, @code{address}, and
-@code{notes} will be set to the appropriate values during evaluation; they
-will be nil if the field does not exist or is elided.
+@code{name}, @code{company}, @code{net}, @code{phone}, @code{address},
+and @code{notes} will be set to the appropriate values during
+evaluation; they will be nil if the field does not exist or is elided.
 
 The value of this variable can be any lisp expression, but typically
 it will be used for a boolean combination of the field variables, as