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[PATCH]: doc: spelling errors
[Resending to the bug address listed in README]

On Sat, May 19, 2018, Claus Assmann wrote:
--- gnupg.info-1- Sat May 19 19:01:41 2018
+++ gnupg.info-1 Sat May 19 19:02:04 2018
@@ -2516,7 +2516,7 @@
below. A "!" indicates that the signature has been successfully
verified, a "-" denotes a bad signature and a "%" is used if an
error occurred while checking the signature (e.g. a non supported
- algorithm). Signatures where the public key is not availabale are
+ algorithm). Signatures where the public key is not available are
not listed; to see their keyids the command `--list-sigs' can be
used.

@@ -5184,7 +5184,7 @@
`--default-new-key-algo STRING'
This option can be used to change the default algorithms for key
generation. The STRING is similar to the arguments required for
- the command `--quick-add-key' but slighly different. For example
+ the command `--quick-add-key' but slightly different. For example
the current default of `"rsa2048/cert,sign+rsa2048/encr"' (or
`"rsa3072"') can be changed to the value of what we currently call
future default, which is `"ed25519/cert,sign+cv25519/encr"'. You


--- gnupg.info-2- Sat May 19 19:07:27 2018
+++ gnupg.info-2 Sat May 19 19:08:22 2018
@@ -332,7 +332,7 @@
This application adds read-only support for keys and certificates
stored on a SmartCard-HSM (http://www.smartcard-hsm.com).

- To generate keys and store certifiates you may use OpenSC
+ To generate keys and store certificates you may use OpenSC
(https://github.com/OpenSC/OpenSC/wiki/SmartCardHSM) or the tools from
OpenSCDP (http://www.openscdp.org).

@@ -2578,7 +2578,7 @@
linefeed to separate file names.

`--openpgp'
- This option has no effect becuase OpenPGP encryption and signing is
+ This option has no effect because OpenPGP encryption and signing is
the default.

`--cms'
@@ -2722,7 +2722,7 @@

When used with the command `--receive' a single Web Key Service mail
is processed. Commonly this command is used with the option `--send'
-to directly send the crerated mails back. See below for an
+to directly send the created mails back. See below for an
installation example.

The command `--cron' is used for regualr cleanup tasks. For example


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