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Fix misspelling errors and typos reported by codespell

Fixes #10998

Reviewed-by: Shane Lontis <shane.lontis@oracle.com>
(Merged from https://github.com/openssl/openssl/pull/11000)
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Dr. Matthias St. Pierre 2 years ago
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19 changed files with 34 additions and 34 deletions
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      CHANGES
  2. +1
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      CONTRIBUTING
  3. +1
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      Configurations/15-android.conf
  4. +1
    -1
      Configurations/50-win-onecore.conf
  5. +3
    -3
      crypto/aes/asm/aesni-x86_64.pl
  6. +4
    -4
      crypto/bn/asm/co-586.pl
  7. +1
    -1
      crypto/perlasm/README
  8. +1
    -1
      crypto/rand/rand_lib.c
  9. +1
    -1
      crypto/rand/rand_local.h
  10. +1
    -1
      crypto/sha/asm/keccak1600-mmx.pl
  11. +1
    -1
      crypto/sha/asm/keccak1600-x86_64.pl
  12. +1
    -1
      crypto/sparcv9cap.c
  13. +3
    -3
      crypto/whrlpool/asm/wp-mmx.pl
  14. +1
    -1
      doc/man1/openssl-s_client.pod.in
  15. +1
    -1
      doc/man1/openssl-sess_id.pod
  16. +1
    -1
      doc/man3/ASN1_TYPE_get.pod
  17. +1
    -1
      doc/man3/OCSP_request_add1_nonce.pod
  18. +1
    -1
      doc/man7/passphrase-encoding.pod
  19. +1
    -1
      engines/e_afalg.c

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CHANGES View File

@ -1107,9 +1107,9 @@
bytes long. In theory it is permissible in SSLv3 - TLSv1.2 to fragment such
alerts across multiple records (some of which could be empty). In practice
it make no sense to send an empty alert record, or to fragment one. TLSv1.3
prohibts this altogether and other libraries (BoringSSL, NSS) do not
prohibits this altogether and other libraries (BoringSSL, NSS) do not
support this at all. Supporting it adds significant complexity to the
record layer, and its removal is unlikely to cause inter-operability
record layer, and its removal is unlikely to cause interoperability
issues.
[Matt Caswell]
@ -4126,7 +4126,7 @@
implementations).
[Emilia Käsper, Adam Langley, Bodo Moeller (Google)]
*) Use type ossl_ssize_t instad of ssize_t which isn't available on
*) Use type ossl_ssize_t instead of ssize_t which isn't available on
all platforms. Move ssize_t definition from e_os.h to the public
header file e_os2.h as it now appears in public header file cms.h
[Steve Henson]
@ -8847,7 +8847,7 @@ des-cbc 3624.96k 5258.21k 5530.91k 5624.30k 5628.26k
*) New OCSP utility. Allows OCSP requests to be generated or
read. The request can be sent to a responder and the output
parsed, outputed or printed in text form. Not complete yet:
parsed, outputted or printed in text form. Not complete yet:
still needs to check the OCSP response validity.
[Steve Henson]
@ -9842,7 +9842,7 @@ des-cbc 3624.96k 5258.21k 5530.91k 5624.30k 5628.26k
[Andy Polyakov]
*) Modified SSL library such that the verify_callback that has been set
specificly for an SSL object with SSL_set_verify() is actually being
specifically for an SSL object with SSL_set_verify() is actually being
used. Before the change, a verify_callback set with this function was
ignored and the verify_callback() set in the SSL_CTX at the time of
the call was used. New function X509_STORE_CTX_set_verify_cb() introduced
@ -10959,10 +10959,10 @@ des-cbc 3624.96k 5258.21k 5530.91k 5624.30k 5628.26k
as other interfaces in OpenSSL, like the BIO interface.
NCONF_dump_* dump the internal storage of the configuration file,
which is useful for debugging. All other functions take the same
arguments as the old CONF_* functions wth the exception of the
arguments as the old CONF_* functions with the exception of the
first that must be a `CONF *' instead of a `LHASH *'.
To make it easer to use the new classes with the old CONF_* functions,
To make it easier to use the new classes with the old CONF_* functions,
the function CONF_set_default_method is provided.
[Richard Levitte]
@ -12805,7 +12805,7 @@ des-cbc 3624.96k 5258.21k 5530.91k 5624.30k 5628.26k
than the old method: it now uses a modified version of Ulf's parser to
read the ANSI prototypes in all header files (thus the old K&R definitions
aren't needed for error creation any more) and do a better job of
translating function codes into names. The old 'ASN1 error code imbedded
translating function codes into names. The old 'ASN1 error code embedded
in a comment' is no longer necessary and it doesn't use .err files which
have now been deleted. Also the error code call doesn't have to appear all
on one line (which resulted in some large lines...).
@ -13106,7 +13106,7 @@ des-cbc 3624.96k 5258.21k 5530.91k 5624.30k 5628.26k
*) Add a useful kludge to allow package maintainers to specify compiler and
other platforms details on the command line without having to patch the
Configure script everytime: One now can use ``perl Configure
Configure script every time: One now can use ``perl Configure
<id>:<details>'', i.e. platform ids are allowed to have details appended
to them (separated by colons). This is treated as there would be a static
pre-configured entry in Configure's %table under key <id> with value


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- 1
CONTRIBUTING View File

@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ guidelines:
consider adding a note in CHANGES. This could be a summarising
description of the change, and could explain the grander details.
Have a look through existing entries for inspiration.
Please note that this is NOT simply a copy of git-log oneliners.
Please note that this is NOT simply a copy of git-log one-liners.
Also note that security fixes get an entry in CHANGES.
This file helps users get more in depth information of what comes
with a specific release without having to sift through the higher


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- 1
Configurations/15-android.conf View File

@ -248,7 +248,7 @@ my %targets = (
},
####################################################################
# Backward compatible targets, (might) requre $CROSS_SYSROOT
# Backward compatible targets, (might) require $CROSS_SYSROOT
#
"android-armeabi" => {
inherit_from => [ "android-arm" ],


+ 1
- 1
Configurations/50-win-onecore.conf View File

@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
# Mobile[?] Windows editions. It's a set up "umbrella" libraries that
# export subset of Win32 API that are common to all Windows 10 devices.
#
# OneCore Configuration temporarly dedicated for console applications
# OneCore Configuration temporarily dedicated for console applications
# due to disabled event logging, which is incompatible with one core.
# Error messages are provided via standard error only.
# TODO: extend error handling to use ETW based eventing


+ 3
- 3
crypto/aes/asm/aesni-x86_64.pl View File

@ -2345,7 +2345,7 @@ $code.=<<___;
movdqu `16*0`($inp),$inout0 # load input
movdqa $rndkey0,$twmask
movdqu `16*1`($inp),$inout1
pxor @tweak[0],$inout0 # intput^=tweak^round[0]
pxor @tweak[0],$inout0 # input^=tweak^round[0]
movdqu `16*2`($inp),$inout2
pxor @tweak[1],$inout1
aesdec $rndkey1,$inout0
@ -4830,7 +4830,7 @@ ctr_xts_se_handler:
mov 56($disp),%r11 # disp->HandlerData
mov 0(%r11),%r10d # HandlerData[0]
lea (%rsi,%r10),%r10 # prologue lable
lea (%rsi,%r10),%r10 # prologue label
cmp %r10,%rbx # context->Rip<prologue label
jb .Lcommon_seh_tail
@ -4874,7 +4874,7 @@ ocb_se_handler:
mov 56($disp),%r11 # disp->HandlerData
mov 0(%r11),%r10d # HandlerData[0]
lea (%rsi,%r10),%r10 # prologue lable
lea (%rsi,%r10),%r10 # prologue label
cmp %r10,%rbx # context->Rip<prologue label
jb .Lcommon_seh_tail


+ 4
- 4
crypto/bn/asm/co-586.pl View File

@ -38,17 +38,17 @@ sub mul_add_c
&mul("edx");
&add($c0,"eax");
&mov("eax",&DWP(($na)*4,$a,"",0)) if $pos == 0; # laod next a
&mov("eax",&DWP(($na)*4,$a,"",0)) if $pos == 0; # load next a
&mov("eax",&wparam(0)) if $pos > 0; # load r[]
###
&adc($c1,"edx");
&mov("edx",&DWP(($nb)*4,$b,"",0)) if $pos == 0; # laod next b
&mov("edx",&DWP(($nb)*4,$b,"",0)) if $pos == 1; # laod next b
&mov("edx",&DWP(($nb)*4,$b,"",0)) if $pos == 0; # load next b
&mov("edx",&DWP(($nb)*4,$b,"",0)) if $pos == 1; # load next b
###
&adc($c2,0);
# is pos > 1, it means it is the last loop
&mov(&DWP($i*4,"eax","",0),$c0) if $pos > 0; # save r[];
&mov("eax",&DWP(($na)*4,$a,"",0)) if $pos == 1; # laod next a
&mov("eax",&DWP(($na)*4,$a,"",0)) if $pos == 1; # load next a
}
sub sqr_add_c


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crypto/perlasm/README View File

@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ Functions of interest are:
&function_begin_B(name,extra) Same as normal function_begin but no pushing.
&function_end(name) Call at end of function.
&function_end_A(name) Standard pop and ret, for use inside functions
&function_end_B(name) Call at end but with poping or 'ret'.
&function_end_B(name) Call at end but with pop or ret.
&swtmp(num) Address on stack temp word.
&wparam(num) Parameter number num, that was push
in C convention. This all works over pushes


+ 1
- 1
crypto/rand/rand_lib.c View File

@ -697,7 +697,7 @@ int rand_pool_add(RAND_POOL *pool,
* is returned without producing an error message.
*
* After updating the buffer, rand_pool_add_end() needs to be called
* to finish the udpate operation (see next comment).
* to finish the update operation (see next comment).
*/
unsigned char *rand_pool_add_begin(RAND_POOL *pool, size_t len)
{


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- 1
crypto/rand/rand_local.h View File

@ -99,7 +99,7 @@
* Typically, the DRBGs will set a minimum larger than this so optimal
* allocation ought to take place (for full quality seed material).
*
* The normal value has been chosed by noticing that the rand_drbg_get_nonce
* The normal value has been chosen by noticing that the rand_drbg_get_nonce
* function is usually the largest of the built in allocation (twenty four
* bytes and then appending another sixteen bytes). This means the buffer ends
* with 40 bytes. The value of forty eight is comfortably above this which


+ 1
- 1
crypto/sha/asm/keccak1600-mmx.pl View File

@ -30,7 +30,7 @@
# produce worse code. On the other hand one can wonder why not 128-bit
# SSE2? Well, SSE2 won't provide double improvement, rather far from
# that, if any at all on some processors, because it will take extra
# permutations and inter-bank data trasfers. Besides, contemporary
# permutations and inter-bank data transfers. Besides, contemporary
# CPUs are better off executing 64-bit code, and it makes lesser sense
# to invest into fancy 32-bit code. And the decision doesn't seem to
# be inadequate, if one compares below results to "64-bit platforms in


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crypto/sha/asm/keccak1600-x86_64.pl View File

@ -44,7 +44,7 @@
# Ryzen 8.8
#
# (*) Corresponds to SHA3-256. Improvement over compiler-generate
# varies a lot, most commont coefficient is 15% in comparison to
# varies a lot, most common coefficient is 15% in comparison to
# gcc-5.x, 50% for gcc-4.x, 90% for gcc-3.x.
# (**) Sandy Bridge has broken rotate instruction. Performance can be
# improved by 14% by replacing rotates with double-precision


+ 1
- 1
crypto/sparcv9cap.c View File

@ -268,7 +268,7 @@ void OPENSSL_cpuid_setup(void)
/*
* In wait for better solution _sparcv9_rdcfr is masked by
* VIS3 flag, because it goes to uninterruptable endless
* VIS3 flag, because it goes to uninterruptible endless
* loop on UltraSPARC II running Solaris. Things might be
* different on Linux...
*/


+ 3
- 3
crypto/whrlpool/asm/wp-mmx.pl View File

@ -68,19 +68,19 @@ sub LL()
unshift(@_,pop(@_));
}
}
else { die "unvalid SCALE value"; }
else { die "invalid SCALE value"; }
}
sub scale()
{ if ($SCALE==2) { &lea(@_[0],&DWP(0,@_[1],@_[1])); }
elsif ($SCALE==8) { &lea(@_[0],&DWP(0,"",@_[1],8)); }
else { die "unvalid SCALE value"; }
else { die "invalid SCALE value"; }
}
sub row()
{ if ($SCALE==2) { ((8-shift)&7); }
elsif ($SCALE==8) { (8*shift); }
else { die "unvalid SCALE value"; }
else { die "invalid SCALE value"; }
}
$tbl="ebp";


+ 1
- 1
doc/man1/openssl-s_client.pod.in View File

@ -353,7 +353,7 @@ at a positive depth or else "matched EE certificate" at depth 0.
Use one or more times to specify the RRDATA fields of the DANE TLSA
RRset associated with the target service. The I<rrdata> value is
specied in "presentation form", that is four whitespace separated
specified in "presentation form", that is four whitespace separated
fields that specify the usage, selector, matching type and associated
data, with the last of these encoded in hexadecimal. Optional
whitespace is ignored in the associated data field. For example:


+ 1
- 1
doc/man1/openssl-sess_id.pod View File

@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ Typical output:
Timeout : 300 (sec)
Verify return code 0 (ok)
Theses are described below in more detail.
These are described below in more detail.
=over 4


+ 1
- 1
doc/man3/ASN1_TYPE_get.pod View File

@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ If either or both of the parameters passed to ASN1_TYPE_cmp() is NULL the
return value is nonzero. Technically if both parameters are NULL the two
types could be absent OPTIONAL fields and so should match, however passing
NULL values could also indicate a programming error (for example an
unparseable type which returns NULL) for types which do B<not> match. So
unparsable type which returns NULL) for types which do B<not> match. So
applications should handle the case of two absent values separately.
=head1 RETURN VALUES


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- 1
doc/man3/OCSP_request_add1_nonce.pod View File

@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ it adds a nonce to OCSP basic response B<resp>.
OCSP_check_nonce() compares the nonce value in B<req> and B<resp>.
OCSP_copy_nonce() copys any nonce value present in B<req> to B<resp>.
OCSP_copy_nonce() copies any nonce value present in B<req> to B<resp>.
=head1 RETURN VALUES


+ 1
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doc/man7/passphrase-encoding.pod View File

@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ A pass phrase encoded in ISO-8859-2 could very well have a sequence such as
0xC3 0xAF (which is the two characters "LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH BREVE"
and "LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z WITH DOT ABOVE" in ISO-8859-2 encoding), but would
be misinterpreted as the perfectly valid UTF-8 encoded code point U+00EF (LATIN
SMALL LETTER I WITH DIARESIS) I<if the pass phrase doesn't contain anything that
SMALL LETTER I WITH DIAERESIS) I<if the pass phrase doesn't contain anything that
would be invalid UTF-8>.
A pass phrase that contains this kind of byte sequence will give a different
outcome in OpenSSL 1.1.0 and newer than in OpenSSL older than 1.1.0.


+ 1
- 1
engines/e_afalg.c View File

@ -473,7 +473,7 @@ static int afalg_start_cipher_sk(afalg_ctx *actx, const unsigned char *in,
/*
* vmsplice and splice are used to pin the user space input buffer for
* kernel space processing avoiding copys from user to kernel space
* kernel space processing avoiding copies from user to kernel space
*/
ret = vmsplice(actx->zc_pipe[1], &iov, 1, SPLICE_F_GIFT);
if (ret < 0) {


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