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Subject[PATCH] Spelling fixes for 2.5.63 - invocation
This fixes:
invokation -> invocation

Fixes 6 occurrences in all.

diff -ur a/fs/buffer.c b/fs/buffer.c
--- a/fs/buffer.c Mon Feb 24 11:05:34 2003
+++ b/fs/buffer.c Tue Feb 25 17:50:42 2003
@@ -2495,7 +2495,7 @@

/*
* The page straddles i_size. It must be zeroed out on each and every
- * writepage invokation because it may be mmapped. "A file is mapped
+ * writepage invocation because it may be mmapped. "A file is mapped
* in multiples of the page size. For a file that is not a multiple of
* the page size, the remaining memory is zeroed when mapped, and
* writes to that region are not written out to the file."
diff -ur a/fs/direct-io.c b/fs/direct-io.c
--- a/fs/direct-io.c Mon Feb 24 11:05:34 2003
+++ b/fs/direct-io.c Tue Feb 25 17:50:46 2003
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@
/*
* This code generally works in units of "dio_blocks". A dio_block is
* somewhere between the hard sector size and the filesystem block size. it
- * is determined on a per-invokation basis. When talking to the filesystem
+ * is determined on a per-invocation basis. When talking to the filesystem
* we need to convert dio_blocks to fs_blocks by scaling the dio_block quantity
* down by dio->blkfactor. Similarly, fs-blocksize quantities are converted
* to bio_block quantities by shifting left by blkfactor.
diff -ur a/fs/ntfs/aops.c b/fs/ntfs/aops.c
--- a/fs/ntfs/aops.c Mon Feb 24 11:05:39 2003
+++ b/fs/ntfs/aops.c Tue Feb 25 17:50:50 2003
@@ -942,7 +942,7 @@
* the below memcpy() already takes care of the mmap-at-end-of-file
* requirements. If the file is converted to a non-resident one, then
* the code path use is switched to the non-resident one where the
- * zeroing happens on each ntfs_writepage() invokation.
+ * zeroing happens on each ntfs_writepage() invocation.
*
* The above also applies nicely when i_size is decreased.
*
diff -ur a/fs/ntfs/mft.c b/fs/ntfs/mft.c
--- a/fs/ntfs/mft.c Mon Feb 24 11:05:37 2003
+++ b/fs/ntfs/mft.c Tue Feb 25 17:50:55 2003
@@ -202,7 +202,7 @@
* records/inodes present in the page before I/O can proceed. In that case we
* wouldn't need to bother with PG_locked and PG_uptodate as nobody will be
* accessing anything without owning the mrec_lock semaphore. But we do need
- * to use them because of the read_cache_page() invokation and the code becomes
+ * to use them because of the read_cache_page() invocation and the code becomes
* so much simpler this way that it is well worth it.
*
* The mft record is now ours and we return a pointer to it. You need to check
diff -ur a/include/asm-i386/uaccess.h b/include/asm-i386/uaccess.h
--- a/include/asm-i386/uaccess.h Mon Feb 24 11:05:10 2003
+++ b/include/asm-i386/uaccess.h Tue Feb 25 17:50:58 2003
@@ -258,7 +258,7 @@
unsigned long __copy_from_user_ll(void *to, const void *from, unsigned long n);

/*
- * Here we special-case 1, 2 and 4-byte copy_*_user invokations. On a fault
+ * Here we special-case 1, 2 and 4-byte copy_*_user invocations. On a fault
* we return the initial request size (1, 2 or 4), as copy_*_user should do.
* If a store crosses a page boundary and gets a fault, the x86 will not write
* anything, so this is accurate.
diff -ur a/sound/core/device.c b/sound/core/device.c
--- a/sound/core/device.c Mon Feb 24 11:05:34 2003
+++ b/sound/core/device.c Tue Feb 25 17:51:07 2003
@@ -144,7 +144,7 @@
* Registers the device which was already created via
* snd_device_new(). Usually this is called from snd_card_register(),
* but it can be called later if any new devices are created after
- * invokation of snd_card_register().
+ * invocation of snd_card_register().
*
* Returns zero if successful, or a negative error code on failure or if the
* device not found.
-
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