randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu Aug 2 13:31:27 PDT 2007
Ag. D. Hatzimanikas wrote these words on 08/02/07 14:51 CST:
> I tried to correct some things, but I suck in English (I know my
> sentences make sense to me, but I am never sure if they do make sense for others
> too), so some input is needed here (thats why I posted my patch anyway),
> from all with better knowledge in English than me, that means pretty much
Don't worry about that Ag. I mean it. The content is what is important.
We can always go in and fix grammar/spelling/sentence structure mistakes
after you commit something.
> About capitalizing the Unicode. It's a convention I see it often, I can
> still change it if desired.
I don't know. That's why I mentioned it. Let's hope someone who knows
> + <para><application>rxvt-unicode</application> is a clone of the terminal
> + emulator <application>rxvt</application>, an X Window System terminal emulator
> + wich includes support for XFT and Unicode.</para>
The following are just suggestions. Feel free to use them or not,
or change them to suit your taste.
> + <para>The <application>rxvt-unicode</application> terminal emulator
> + uses the resource class <classname>URxvt</classname> and the resource name
> + <classname>urxvt</classname>. You can add X resource definitions to the user's
> + <filename>~/.Xresources</filename> file, or you can add them to the system-wide
> + <filename>$XORG_PREFIX/share/X11/app-defaults/URxvt</filename> file.
s/or you can add them to/or to/
> + The following example provides a way, to load the <classname>matcher</classname>
> + <application>Perl</application> extension (assuming <application>Perl</application>
> + support wasn't disabled), so to be able by middle clicking the underline URL,
> + to open it with the specified browser.
Might be smoother by:
Perl extension (assuming Perl support wasn't disabled) which enables a
middle button click to open an underlined URL in the specified browser.
It also sets a backgroung and a foreground
> + color and loads an Xft font. In order to do that, add the following definitions as
> + the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
s/In order to do that, add/Accomplish this by adding/
> + <para>The <application>rxvt-unicode</application> application, can also run in
> + a daemon mode, which make possible to open multiple terminal windows within the
> + same process. The <command>urxvtc</command> client connects then to
> + <command>urxvtd</command> daemon and requests a new terminal window.</para>
Remove the first comma in the first sentence. Then:
s/which make/which makes it/
Additionally, you can probably remove the whole last sentence as
that information is implied in the previous sentence about the
daemon. Your call.
> + <note>
> + <para>Use that option with caution. If the daemon crashes, all the
> + running processes in the terminal windows are terminated.</para>
> + </note>
I am getting to where I use fewer and fewer of the note/warning/caution
boxes. They do draw attention, however, the readers shouldn't need a gaudy
box so that they will read something. Again, your call.
> + <para>
> + You can start the <command>urxvtd</command> daemon in your system or
How do you know the reader will be working on his own system? :-)
> + personal startup <command>X</command> session scripts (eg.
> + <filename>~/.xinitrc</filename>), by adding the following lines near the top of
> + your script:</para>
BTW, ag, this is very good work!
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