Author: Christoph Lohmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 18:54:00 +0200
Changing the spelling and formatting for README.
Thanks Bjartur Thorlacius <email@example.com>!
|README|| | ||24||++++++++++++------------|
1 file changed, 12 insertions(+), 12 deletions(-)
diff --git a/README b/README
@@ -1,20 +1,20 @@
-utmp is a small program which update the utmp record of the
-current tty. It is designed for helping in some terminal emulators
-or session manager which lack support for it.
+utmp is a small program which update the utmp record of the current tty.
+It is designed for helping in some terminal emulators or session manager
+which lack support for it.
-There are three different interfaces to utmp; SystemV, BSD and POSIX.
-SystemV and POSIX are basically the same interface (POSIX has
-better definitons for utmp fields, like for example ut_pid which
-in some system was a short instead of a pid_t), but BSD is very
-different. utmp has implemented the three interfaces, and
-it supplies three different config files, so the user only has
-to rename the proper one to config.mk. It is also added a
-basic configure, which selects POSIX interface for all plataforms
-except for OpenBSD.
+There are three different interfaces to utmp: SystemV, BSD and POSIX.
+SystemV and POSIX are basically the same interfaces (POSIX has better
+definitons for utmp fields, like for example ut_pid which in some system
+was a short instead of a pid_t), but BSD is very different. utmp has im‐
+plemented the three interfaces and it supplies three different config
+files, so the user only has to rename the proper one to config.mk. It is
+also added a basic configure, which selects the POSIX interface for all
+platforms except for OpenBSD.