Typo's in ubuntu-docs Oneiric version

Hannie Dumoleyn lafeber-dumoleyn2 at zonnet.nl
Fri Dec 16 16:57:59 UTC 2011

Op 16-12-11 17:51, Jeremy Bicha schreef:
> On 16 December 2011 11:39, Hannie Dumoleyn<lafeber-dumoleyn2 at zonnet.nl>  wrote:
>> Hello Jeremy,
>> Thanks for this information. It may turn out to be very useful in the
>> future.
>> I have done all the above and it works fine, with the test on
>> "chromaticity", that is.
>> The output was: ./color-whatisspace.page:    approximate how the eye
>> responds with a CIE 1931 chromaticity diagram
>> But I still need your help on the following:
>> In ubuntu-docs (Precise) I found the word thier instead of their (typo). I
>> tried to run the command rgrep with part of the sentence between ""
>> ~/ubuntu-docs/ubuntu-help/C$ rgrep "misleading at best to say that thier
>> display is calibrated" .
>> and
>> ~/ubuntu-docs/ubuntu-help/C$ rgrep "misleading at best to say that their
>> display is calibrated" .
>> But I get nothing. What did I do wrong?
> You didn't do anything wrong! If rgrep doesn't return any results,
> then that phrase isn't there. In other words, the misspelling was
> probably already fixed.
> Jeremy
Jeremy, this doesn't make sense to me. If the typo has already been 
fixed, I should receive output after giving the second command (where I 
spelled "their" instead of "thier" in the phrase).

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