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Fix some manual typos

From: Matt Kraai
Subject: Fix some manual typos
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2011 04:58:53 -0800
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.18 (2008-05-17)


The appended patch fixes a few typos in the testing section of the

Matt Kraai

diff --git a/doc/autoconf.texi b/doc/autoconf.texi
index 5be070c..20d23f1 100644
--- a/doc/autoconf.texi
+++ b/doc/autoconf.texi
@@ -24027,7 +24027,7 @@ the installer's end.
 Each test of the validation suite should be part of some test group.  A
 @dfn{test group} is a sequence of interwoven tests that ought to be
 executed together, usually because one test in the group creates data
-files than a later test in the same group needs to read.  Complex test
+files that a later test in the same group needs to read.  Complex test
 groups make later debugging more tedious.  It is much better to
 keep only a few tests per test group.  Ideally there is only one test
 per test group.
@@ -24045,7 +24045,7 @@ identification of the package, is automatically 
included if found.
 A convenient alternative consists in moving all the global issues
 (local Autotest macros, elementary health checking, and @code{AT_INIT}
 invocation) into the file @code{}, and making
address@hidden be a simple list of @code{m4_include} of sub test
address@hidden be a simple list of @code{m4_include}s of sub test
 suites.  In such case, generating the whole test suite or pieces of it
 is only a matter of choosing the @command{autom4te} command line
@@ -24078,7 +24078,7 @@ It often happens in practice that individual tests in 
the validation
 suite need to get information coming out of the configuration process.
 Some of this information, common for all validation suites, is provided
 through the file @file{atconfig}, automatically created by
address@hidden  For configuration informations which your
address@hidden  For configuration information which your
 testing environment specifically needs, you might prepare an optional
 file named @file{}, instantiated by @code{AC_CONFIG_FILES}.
 The configuration process produces @file{atconfig} and @file{atlocal}

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