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Martin's Monster Mega typo patch

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File java/doc/jde/debugger/EventHandler.html

       set suspend policy will be to suspend
       <p>
       Further, some of the events might occur that haven't been
-      explicitely requested, and hence we haven't set their suspend
+      explicitly requested, and hence we haven't set their suspend
       policy anyway. In these cases, and even otherwise, another
       decision is made at the time of handling of events regarding the
       suspension/resumption of the vm.

File java/doc/jde/debugger/ThreadCommands.html

 
  <b>Comments:</b>
  <ul>
- <li> threadIDs can be retreived using the get_threads command
+ <li> threadIDs can be retrieved using the get_threads command
  <li> if the list is omitted, the entire VM is suspended
  <li> threadIDs can refer to either threads or threadgroups.
  </ul></DL>
 
  <b>Comments:</b>
  <ul>
- <li> threadIDs can be retreived using the get_threads command
+ <li> threadIDs can be retrieved using the get_threads command
  <li> if the list is omitted, the entire VM is resumed
  <li> threadIDs can refer to either threads or thereadgroups.
  </ul></DL>
 
  <b>Comments:</b>
  <ul>
- <li> threadID can be retreived using the get_threads command
+ <li> threadID can be retrieved using the get_threads command
  <li> at least one threadId should be specified
  </ul></DL>
 <HR>
 
  <b>Comments:</b>
  <ul>
- <li> threadID can be retreived using the get_threads command
+ <li> threadID can be retrieved using the get_threads command
  <li> exceptionObjectID is the object id of a Throwable object. It
  can be created using the 'evaluate' command, or an existing throwable
  object can be used.

File java/src/jde/debugger/Application.java

    *
    * <p>This class is used by the StandardOutputProcessor
    * and StandardErrorProcessor to forward the application's
-   * standard ouput and error output to Emacs.
+   * standard output and error output to Emacs.
    *
    * @author "" <paulk@mathworks.com>
    * @version 1.0
 
 /*
  * $Log$
+ * Revision 1.1  2000/08/13 13:36:07  michaels
+ * Initial checkin.
+ *
  * Revision 1.9  2000/04/10 05:52:30  paulk
  * Removed functional version of get_locals command.
  *

File java/src/jde/debugger/EventHandler.java

      *      set suspend policy will be to suspend
      *      <p>
      *      Further, some of the events might occur that haven't been
-     *      explicitely requested, and hence we haven't set their suspend
+     *      explicitly requested, and hence we haven't set their suspend
      *      policy anyway. In these cases, and even otherwise, another
      *      decision is made at the time of handling of events regarding the
      *      suspension/resumption of the vm.

File java/src/jde/debugger/ThreadCommands.java

      *
      * <b>Comments:</b>
      * <ul>
-     * <li> threadIDs can be retreived using the get_threads command
+     * <li> threadIDs can be retrieved using the get_threads command
      * <li> if the list is omitted, the entire VM is suspended
      * <li> threadIDs can refer to either threads or threadgroups.
      * </ul>
      *
      * <b>Comments:</b>
      * <ul>
-     * <li> threadIDs can be retreived using the get_threads command
+     * <li> threadIDs can be retrieved using the get_threads command
      * <li> if the list is omitted, the entire VM is resumed
      * <li> threadIDs can refer to either threads or thereadgroups.
      * </ul>
      *
      * <b>Comments:</b>
      * <ul>
-     * <li> threadID can be retreived using the get_threads command
+     * <li> threadID can be retrieved using the get_threads command
      * <li> at least one threadId should be specified
      * </ul>
      */
      *
      * <b>Comments:</b>
      * <ul>
-     * <li> threadID can be retreived using the get_threads command
+     * <li> threadID can be retrieved using the get_threads command
      * <li> exceptionObjectID is the object id of a Throwable object. It
      * can be created using the 'evaluate' command, or an existing throwable
      * object can be used.