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authorWilliam Bader <>2009-06-02 23:10:53 +0200
committerAlbert Astals Cid <>2009-06-02 23:10:53 +0200
commit5d4b1995cdd57db7cef3d88704850aaf66ed7fff (patch)
parent104f9286ceb5fcb5f4795bca7633029142d5f6a4 (diff)
Fix three typos in README
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@@ -3,19 +3,19 @@ This is poppler, a PDF rendering library.
Poppler is a fork of the xpdf PDF viewer developed by Derek Noonburg
of Glyph and Cog, LLC. The purpose of forking xpdf is twofold.
First, we want to provide PDF rendering functionality as a shared
-library, to centralize the maintenence effort. Today a number of
+library, to centralize the maintanence effort. Today a number of
applications incorporate the xpdf code base, and whenever a security
issue is discovered, all these applications exchange patches and put
out new releases. In turn, all distributions must package and release
new version of these xpdf based viewers. It's safe to say that
-there's a lot of duplicated effort with the current situaion. Even if
+there's a lot of duplicated effort with the current situation. Even if
poppler in the short term introduces yet another xpdf derived code
base to the world, we hope that over time these applications will
adopt poppler. After all, we only need one application to use poppler
to break even.
Second, we would like to move libpoppler forward in a number of areas
-that doesn't fit within the goals of xpdf. By design, xpdf depends on
+that don't fit within the goals of xpdf. By design, xpdf depends on
very few libraries and runs a wide range of X based platforms. This
is a strong feature and reasonable design goal. However, with poppler
we would like to replace parts of xpdf that are now available as