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authorJason Woodward2004-01-13 15:20:02 +0000
committerJason Woodward2004-01-13 15:20:02 +0000
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@@ -51,9 +51,9 @@ Frequenty Asked Questions:
To scratch and itch of mine, which also scratched an itch of a friend. I
created it originally without looking for an existing solution. I now
understand Slackware already has existing utilities that provide similar
- functionality. I believe slapt-get to be superior because of it's speed and
+ functionality. I believe slapt-get to be superior because of its speed and
simplicity. I do not believe slapt-get takes away anything from these
- existing tools, slapt-get can stand on it's own merits. In the end, choice
+ existing tools, slapt-get can stand on its own merits. In the end, choice
is great for the end users (just as in the desktop enviroment category).
Regardless, I do not aim for inclusion within Slackware. I only want to make
this availabe in hopes that others will find it useful.
@@ -243,7 +243,7 @@ Frequenty Asked Questions:
13. How can I install every available package?
- Even though it's not built in, it's simple since slapt-get is easy to script
+ Even though it is not built in, it is simple since slapt-get is easy to script
with. Here is a shell command to install every package that is available
but not currently installed:
@@ -651,7 +651,7 @@ Frequenty Asked Questions:
# give usage if no arguments
if [ -z "$1" ]; then echo "Usage: $0 [--update|packages]"; exit; fi
- # get package cache data if it's not already there, or we want it
+ # get package cache data if it is not already there, or we want it
cd ${WORKINGDIR}
if [ "$1" == "--update" ]; then shift; get_pkg_cache_data; fi
if [ ! -f ${PKGLINES} ]; then get_pkg_cache_data; fi