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Subject[PATCH] Spelling fixes for relevent -> relevant in 15 files.
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This patch provides spelling fixes for the following:

relevent -> relevant
irrelevent -> irrelevant

arch/arm/kernel/entry-armo.S | 2 +-
arch/arm/kernel/entry-armv.S | 8 ++++----
arch/arm/mm/proc-arm6_7.S | 2 +-
arch/v850/kernel/ma.c | 2 +-
arch/v850/kernel/rte_ma1_cb.c | 2 +-
drivers/acpi/hardware/hwregs.c | 2 +-
drivers/char/rio/list.h | 2 +-
drivers/char/rio/rioparam.c | 2 +-
drivers/char/rio/rioroute.c | 2 +-
drivers/i2c/i2c-algo-ibm_ocp.c | 2 +-
drivers/isdn/hisax/rawhdlc.c | 2 +-
drivers/serial/sa1100.c | 2 +-
fs/adfs/dir_f.c | 2 +-
fs/afs/vnode.c | 2 +-
kernel/futex.c | 2 +-
15 files changed, 18 insertions(+), 18 deletions(-)

diff -ur linux-2.5-current/arch/arm/kernel/entry-armo.S linux/arch/arm/kernel/entry-armo.S
--- linux-2.5-current/arch/arm/kernel/entry-armo.S Wed Feb 19 07:34:50 2003
+++ linux/arch/arm/kernel/entry-armo.S Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -426,7 +426,7 @@
mov r2, #0
tst r4, #1 << 20 @ Check to see if it is a write instruction
orreq r2, r2, #FAULT_CODE_WRITE @ Indicate write instruction
- mov r1, r4, lsr #22 @ Now branch to the relevent processing routine
+ mov r1, r4, lsr #22 @ Now branch to the relevant processing routine
and r1, r1, #15 << 2
add pc, pc, r1
movs pc, lr
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/arch/arm/kernel/entry-armv.S linux/arch/arm/kernel/entry-armv.S
--- linux-2.5-current/arch/arm/kernel/entry-armv.S Wed Feb 19 07:34:51 2003
+++ linux/arch/arm/kernel/entry-armv.S Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -1026,7 +1026,7 @@
mrs lr, spsr
str lr, [r13, #4] @ save spsr_IRQ
@
- @ now branch to the relevent MODE handling routine
+ @ now branch to the relevant MODE handling routine
@
mov r13, #PSR_I_BIT | MODE_SVC
msr spsr_c, r13 @ switch to SVC_32 mode
@@ -1067,7 +1067,7 @@
mrs lr, spsr
str lr, [r13, #4]
@
- @ now branch to the relevent MODE handling routine
+ @ now branch to the relevant MODE handling routine
@
mov r13, #PSR_I_BIT | MODE_SVC
msr spsr_c, r13 @ switch to SVC_32 mode
@@ -1109,7 +1109,7 @@
mrs lr, spsr
str lr, [r13, #4] @ save spsr_ABT
@
- @ now branch to the relevent MODE handling routine
+ @ now branch to the relevant MODE handling routine
@
mov r13, #PSR_I_BIT | MODE_SVC
msr spsr_c, r13 @ switch to SVC_32 mode
@@ -1150,7 +1150,7 @@
mrs lr, spsr
str lr, [r13, #4] @ save spsr_UND
@
- @ now branch to the relevent MODE handling routine
+ @ now branch to the relevant MODE handling routine
@
mov r13, #PSR_I_BIT | MODE_SVC
msr spsr_c, r13 @ switch to SVC_32 mode
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/arch/arm/mm/proc-arm6_7.S linux/arch/arm/mm/proc-arm6_7.S
--- linux-2.5-current/arch/arm/mm/proc-arm6_7.S Wed Feb 19 07:35:08 2003
+++ linux/arch/arm/mm/proc-arm6_7.S Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@
tst r4, r4, lsr #21 @ C = bit 20
sbc r1, r1, r1 @ r1 = C - 1
and r2, r4, #15 << 24
- add pc, pc, r2, lsr #22 @ Now branch to the relevent processing routine
+ add pc, pc, r2, lsr #22 @ Now branch to the relevant processing routine
movs pc, lr

b Ldata_unknown
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/arch/v850/kernel/ma.c linux/arch/v850/kernel/ma.c
--- linux-2.5-current/arch/v850/kernel/ma.c Wed Feb 19 07:34:43 2003
+++ linux/arch/v850/kernel/ma.c Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@
specific chips may have more). */
if (chan < 2) {
unsigned bits = 0x3 << (chan * 3);
- /* Specify that the relevent pins on the chip should do
+ /* Specify that the relevant pins on the chip should do
serial I/O, not direct I/O. */
MA_PORT4_PMC |= bits;
/* Specify that we're using the UART, not the CSI device. */
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/arch/v850/kernel/rte_ma1_cb.c linux/arch/v850/kernel/rte_ma1_cb.c
--- linux-2.5-current/arch/v850/kernel/rte_ma1_cb.c Wed Feb 19 07:35:16 2003
+++ linux/arch/v850/kernel/rte_ma1_cb.c Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -93,7 +93,7 @@
/* Turn on the timer. */
NB85E_TIMER_C_TMCC0 (tc) |= NB85E_TIMER_C_TMCC0_CAE;

- /* Make sure the relevent port0/port1 pins are assigned
+ /* Make sure the relevant port0/port1 pins are assigned
interrupt duty. We used INTP001-INTP011 (don't screw with
INTP000 because the monitor uses it). */
MA_PORT0_PMC |= 0x4; /* P02 (INTP001) in IRQ mode. */
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/drivers/acpi/hardware/hwregs.c linux/drivers/acpi/hardware/hwregs.c
--- linux-2.5-current/drivers/acpi/hardware/hwregs.c Wed Feb 19 07:35:16 2003
+++ linux/drivers/acpi/hardware/hwregs.c Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -370,7 +370,7 @@

/*
* Status Registers are different from the rest. Clear by
- * writing 1, writing 0 has no effect. So, the only relevent
+ * writing 1, writing 0 has no effect. So, the only relevant
* information is the single bit we're interested in, all others should
* be written as 0 so they will be left unchanged
*/
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/drivers/char/rio/list.h linux/drivers/char/rio/list.h
--- linux-2.5-current/drivers/char/rio/list.h Wed Feb 19 07:35:15 2003
+++ linux/drivers/char/rio/list.h Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@
/*
** can_remove_receive( PacketP, PortP ) returns non-zero if PKT_IN_USE is set
** for the next packet on the queue. It will also set PacketP to point to the
-** relevent packet, [having cleared the PKT_IN_USE bit]. If PKT_IN_USE is clear,
+** relevant packet, [having cleared the PKT_IN_USE bit]. If PKT_IN_USE is clear,
** then can_remove_receive() returns 0.
*/
#if defined(MIPS) || defined(nx6000) || defined(drs6000) || defined(UWsparc)
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/drivers/char/rio/rioparam.c linux/drivers/char/rio/rioparam.c
--- linux-2.5-current/drivers/char/rio/rioparam.c Wed Feb 19 07:35:24 2003
+++ linux/drivers/char/rio/rioparam.c Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -714,7 +714,7 @@
/*
** can_remove_receive(PktP,P) returns non-zero if PKT_IN_USE is set
** for the next packet on the queue. It will also set PktP to point to the
-** relevent packet, [having cleared the PKT_IN_USE bit]. If PKT_IN_USE is clear,
+** relevant packet, [having cleared the PKT_IN_USE bit]. If PKT_IN_USE is clear,
** then can_remove_receive() returns 0.
*/
int
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/drivers/char/rio/rioroute.c linux/drivers/char/rio/rioroute.c
--- linux-2.5-current/drivers/char/rio/rioroute.c Wed Feb 19 07:35:01 2003
+++ linux/drivers/char/rio/rioroute.c Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -521,7 +521,7 @@
/*
** If either of the modules on this unit is read-only or write-only
** or none-xprint, then we need to transfer that info over to the
- ** relevent ports.
+ ** relevant ports.
*/
if ( HostP->Mapping[ThisUnit].SysPort != NO_PORT )
{
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/drivers/i2c/i2c-algo-ibm_ocp.c linux/drivers/i2c/i2c-algo-ibm_ocp.c
--- linux-2.5-current/drivers/i2c/i2c-algo-ibm_ocp.c Wed Feb 19 07:35:05 2003
+++ linux/drivers/i2c/i2c-algo-ibm_ocp.c Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -758,7 +758,7 @@
// Check to see if the bus is busy
//
ret = iic_inb(adap, iic->extsts);
- // Mask off the irrelevent bits
+ // Mask off the irrelevant bits
ret = ret & 0x70;
// When the bus is free, the BCS bits in the EXTSTS register are 0b100
if(ret != 0x40) return IIC_ERR_LOST_ARB;
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/drivers/isdn/hisax/rawhdlc.c linux/drivers/isdn/hisax/rawhdlc.c
--- linux-2.5-current/drivers/isdn/hisax/rawhdlc.c Wed Feb 19 07:34:43 2003
+++ linux/drivers/isdn/hisax/rawhdlc.c Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
* end-of-frame would occur), so the transmitter performs
* "bit-stuffing" - inserting a zero bit after every five one bits,
* irregardless of the original bit after the five ones. Byte
- * ordering is irrelevent at this point - the data is treated as a
+ * ordering is irrelevant at this point - the data is treated as a
* string of bits, not bytes. Since no more than 5 ones may now occur
* in a row, the flag sequence, with its 6 ones, is unique.
*
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/drivers/serial/sa1100.c linux/drivers/serial/sa1100.c
--- linux-2.5-current/drivers/serial/sa1100.c Wed Feb 19 07:34:42 2003
+++ linux/drivers/serial/sa1100.c Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -327,7 +327,7 @@
sa1100_rx_chars(sport, regs);
}

- /* Clear the relevent break bits */
+ /* Clear the relevant break bits */
if (status & (UTSR0_RBB | UTSR0_REB))
UART_PUT_UTSR0(sport, status & (UTSR0_RBB | UTSR0_REB));

diff -ur linux-2.5-current/fs/adfs/dir_f.c linux/fs/adfs/dir_f.c
--- linux-2.5-current/fs/adfs/dir_f.c Wed Feb 19 07:35:05 2003
+++ linux/fs/adfs/dir_f.c Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -259,7 +259,7 @@

/*
* get a directory entry. Note that the caller is responsible
- * for holding the relevent locks.
+ * for holding the relevant locks.
*/
int
__adfs_dir_get(struct adfs_dir *dir, int pos, struct object_info *obj)
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/fs/afs/vnode.c linux/fs/afs/vnode.c
--- linux-2.5-current/fs/afs/vnode.c Wed Feb 19 07:34:56 2003
+++ linux/fs/afs/vnode.c Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -272,7 +272,7 @@
/*****************************************************************************/
/*
* break any outstanding callback on a vnode
- * - only relevent to server that issued it
+ * - only relevant to server that issued it
*/
int afs_vnode_give_up_callback(afs_vnode_t *vnode)
{
diff -ur linux-2.5-current/kernel/futex.c linux/kernel/futex.c
--- linux-2.5-current/kernel/futex.c Wed Feb 19 07:34:50 2003
+++ linux/kernel/futex.c Wed Feb 19 14:03:22 2003
@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@

/*
* We use this hashed waitqueue instead of a normal wait_queue_t, so
- * we can wake only the relevent ones (hashed queues may be shared):
+ * we can wake only the relevant ones (hashed queues may be shared):
*/
struct futex_q {
struct list_head list;


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