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  • Errata found in Spring docs

    I recently read a large portion of the Spring docs and made notes of errata and wording issues as I went. The docs were very thoughtful and well written. My thanks goes out to all who contributed to them. - T. Haagen

    Errata found in Spring Framework Reference Documentation version 2.0 RC4

    Entire document
    • frequent misuse of the words "affect" and "effect" (I suggest performing a search for all occurances)
    3.4.3.1. Initial web configuration
    • use "levels" instead of "level" in first sentence of first paragraph
    • use "application's" instead of "applications" in last sentence of second paragraph
    3.7.2. Customizing configuration metadata ...
    • second to last paragraph, use "post-processors" instead of "post-processor"
    5.1. Introduction
    • third paragraph, use "might be in order" instead of "might be right"
    • third paragraph, use "do so when" instead of "do that when"
    8.2. Unit testing
    • first paragraph, use "objects" instead of "bjects"
    11.3.1. DataSourceUtils
    • second paragraph, use "one's" instead of "ones"
    • second paragraph, use "factory JndiObjectFactoryBean, which can" instead of "factory: JndiObjectFactoryBean can"
    • second paragraph, use "then; one" instead of "then: one"
    12.1. Introduction
    • fifth paragraph, use "your O/R" instead of "you O/R"
    13.11.2. The Model
    • last bullet, use "addObject" instead of "adObject"

  • #2
    Nice work. I suggest placing these issues in a Jira report to prevent them from getting lost. There is a "SpringDOC" component which I think would be appropriate for the report.

    Regards,
    Andreas

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    • #3
      Hi maagent

      Thanks for spotting these. I have most all of the issues fixed... those 'effect/affect' ones are quite embarassing. Dow!

      Cheers
      Rick

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Rick Evans View Post
        Hi maagent

        Thanks for spotting these. I have most all of the issues fixed... those 'effect/affect' ones are quite embarassing. Dow!

        Cheers
        Rick
        Don't be effected by the mistakes, just affect the corrections

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