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@@ -55,26 +55,6 @@ index eaf36a0..1217c19 100644
http://download.savannah.gnu.org/releases/gpsd/
Under Linux, assuming you have all your build prerequisites in place,
diff --git a/contrib/README b/contrib/README
index 3194a6d..ea19a5c 100644
--- a/contrib/README
+++ b/contrib/README
@@ -36,13 +36,13 @@ webgps.py draws a sky view of the satellites and their tracks using HTML5. It
needs to run continuously in order to build a history and generate the
satellite tracks. Your browser must be able to display the <canvas> element to
display the satellite view properly. webgps.py can be called with the argument
-"c" to run continously, with an integer duration and a unit suffix to run this
+"c" to run continuously, with an integer duration and a unit suffix to run this
long (units allowed are "s", "m", "h" and "d", e.g. "4h"), or without argument
to create a snapshot of the current sat view.
ntpoffset generate an estimate of your GPS's offset from a peerstats
file. For instructions on how to use this script, see the GPSD Time
-Service HOWTO in this distrubution, in the www/ subdirectory.
+Service HOWTO in this distribution, in the www/ subdirectory.
skyview.php is used to generate pictures of your skyview, and may be
used to help determine if a given antenna placement is appropriate for
diff --git a/contrib/ntpoffset b/contrib/ntpoffset
index a887680..ab00fd9 100755
--- a/contrib/ntpoffset
@@ -938,6 +918,15 @@ index 4186042..f79a22c 100755
"OAF": {"command": send_get_oaf,
"help": "poll all OAF options"},
"RESET": {"command": send_reset,
@@ -648,7 +648,7 @@ class greis(object):
return s + '\n'
def msg_TC(self, payload):
- "[TC] decode, CA/L1 Continous Tracking Time"
+ "[TC] decode, CA/L1 Continuous Tracking Time"
s = " tt"
for i in range(0, len(payload) - 1, 2):
diff --git a/contrib/README b/contrib/README
index ea19a5c..8c7370c 100644
--- a/contrib/README
@@ -951,6 +940,22 @@ index ea19a5c..8c7370c 100644
binlog and binreplay are probably only useful for people developing
drivers for new protocols, when gpsfake does not yet know what to do
@@ -36,13 +36,13 @@ webgps.py draws a sky view of the satellites and their tracks using HTML5. It
needs to run continuously in order to build a history and generate the
satellite tracks. Your browser must be able to display the <canvas> element to
display the satellite view properly. webgps.py can be called with the argument
-"c" to run continously, with an integer duration and a unit suffix to run this
+"c" to run continuously, with an integer duration and a unit suffix to run this
long (units allowed are "s", "m", "h" and "d", e.g. "4h"), or without argument
to create a snapshot of the current sat view.
ntpoffset generate an estimate of your GPS's offset from a peerstats
file. For instructions on how to use this script, see the GPSD Time
-Service HOWTO in this distrubution, in the www/ subdirectory.
+Service HOWTO in this distribution, in the www/ subdirectory.
skyview.php is used to generate pictures of your skyview, and may be
used to help determine if a given antenna placement is appropriate for
diff --git a/devtools/easyinverse.pl b/devtools/easyinverse.pl
index 29d42eb..87a4a23 100755
--- a/devtools/easyinverse.pl
@@ -1168,16 +1173,3 @@ index f6b8e66..2eb5f68 100644
# out enough about it.
#
# The no fix segment has GPRMC with lat/lon/alt, followed by GPGSA,
diff --git a/zerk b/zerk
index f79a22c..4f9e8cf 100755
--- a/zerk
+++ b/zerk
@@ -648,7 +648,7 @@ class greis(object):
return s + '\n'
def msg_TC(self, payload):
- "[TC] decode, CA/L1 Continous Tracking Time"
+ "[TC] decode, CA/L1 Continuous Tracking Time"
s = " tt"
for i in range(0, len(payload) - 1, 2):

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