|author||Tom Ryder <email@example.com>||2018-12-27 00:01:15 +1300|
|committer||Tom Ryder <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2018-12-27 00:01:15 +1300|
|parent||Break up some long lines (diff)|
Two-space sentences in shell comments
Diffstat (limited to 'bash')
3 files changed, 3 insertions, 3 deletions
diff --git a/bash/bash_completion.d/_text_filenames.bash b/bash/bash_completion.d/_text_filenames.bash
index b6e035ad..0f7f6dd8 100644
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
# I've seen some very clever people figure out ways to actually read the files
# or run something like file(1) over them to make an educated guess as to
-# whether they're binary or not, but I don't really want to go that far. It's
+# whether they're binary or not, but I don't really want to go that far. It's
# not supposed to be perfect, just a bit more likely to complete singly with
# the thing I want, and I want it to stay fast.
diff --git a/bash/bash_completion.d/make.bash b/bash/bash_completion.d/make.bash
index b3148ff1..e39cc53e 100644
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ fi
# Find a legible Makefile according to the POSIX spec (look for "makefile"
- # first, then "Makefile"). You may want to add "GNU-makefile" after this.
+ # first, then "Makefile"). You may want to add "GNU-makefile" after this.
for mf in makefile Makefile '' ; do
! [[ -e $mf ]] || break
diff --git a/bash/bashrc.d/keep.bash b/bash/bashrc.d/keep.bash
index 191dac4b..6796aae7 100644
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
# keep -- Main function for bashkeep; provided with a list of NAMEs, whether
# shell functions or variables, writes the current definition of each NAME to a
# directory $BASHKEEP (defaults to ~/.bashkeep.d) with a .bash suffix, each of
-# which is reloaded each time this file is called. This allows you to quickly
+# which is reloaded each time this file is called. This allows you to quickly
# arrange to keep that useful shell function or variable you made inline on
# subsequent logins.