Commit ca6682f3 authored by Deepesh Pathak's avatar Deepesh Pathak Committed by Nick Mathewson

Fix spelling mistakes corresponding to ticket #23650

parent 13f5adc8
......@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ update:
- ssh-add <(echo "$DEPLOY_KEY")
# For Docker builds disable host key checking. Be aware that by adding that
# you are suspectible to man-in-the-middle attacks.
# you are susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks.
# WARNING: Use this only with the Docker executor, if you use it with shell
# you will overwrite your user's SSH config.
- mkdir -p ~/.ssh
......
......@@ -8267,7 +8267,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.6.5-rc - 2015-03-18
o Major bugfixes (pluggable transports):
- Initialize the extended OR Port authentication cookie before
launching pluggable transports. This prevents a race condition
that occured when server-side pluggable transports would cache the
that occurred when server-side pluggable transports would cache the
authentication cookie before it has been (re)generated. Fixes bug
15240; bugfix on 0.2.5.1-alpha.
......@@ -9010,7 +9010,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.6.2-alpha - 2014-12-31
some bugs where we would look at (but fortunately, not reveal)
uninitialized memory on the stack. Fixes bug 14013; bugfix on all
versions of Tor.
- Clear all memory targetted by tor_addr_{to,from}_sockaddr(), not
- Clear all memory targeted by tor_addr_{to,from}_sockaddr(), not
just the part that's used. This makes it harder for data leak bugs
to occur in the event of other programming failures. Resolves
ticket 14041.
......@@ -10153,7 +10153,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.5.5-alpha - 2014-06-18
directory authority options, remove the documentation for a
V2-directory fetching option that no longer exists. Resolves
ticket 11634.
- Correct the documenation so that it lists the correct directory
- Correct the documentation so that it lists the correct directory
for the stats files. (They are in a subdirectory called "stats",
not "status".)
- In the manpage, move more authority-only options into the
......@@ -11438,7 +11438,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.5.1-alpha - 2013-10-02
from Arlo Breault.
- Remove instances of strcpy() from the unit tests. They weren't
hurting anything, since they were only in the unit tests, but it's
embarassing to have strcpy() in the code at all, and some analysis
embarrassing to have strcpy() in the code at all, and some analysis
tools don't like it. Fixes bug 8790; bugfix on 0.2.3.6-alpha and
0.2.3.8-alpha. Patch from Arlo Breault.
......@@ -11539,7 +11539,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.4.16-rc - 2013-08-10
0.2.4.15-rc. Found by stem integration tests.
o Minor bugfixes:
- Fix an invalid memory read that occured when a pluggable
- Fix an invalid memory read that occurred when a pluggable
transport proxy failed its configuration protocol.
Fixes bug 9288; bugfix on 0.2.4.1-alpha.
- When evaluating whether to use a connection that we haven't
......@@ -14330,7 +14330,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.3.11-alpha - 2012-01-22
CloseHSServiceRendCircuitsImmediatelyOnTimeout option. Fixes the
remaining part of bug 1297; bugfix on 0.2.2.2-alpha.
- Make sure we never mark the wrong rendezvous circuit as having
had its introduction cell acknowleged by the introduction-point
had its introduction cell acknowledged by the introduction-point
relay. Previously, when we received an INTRODUCE_ACK cell on a
client-side hidden-service introduction circuit, we might have
marked a rendezvous circuit other than the one we specified in
......@@ -15637,7 +15637,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.3.3-alpha - 2011-09-01
raised by bug 3898.
- The "--quiet" and "--hush" options now apply not only to Tor's
behavior before logs are configured, but also to Tor's behavior in
the absense of configured logs. Fixes bug 3550; bugfix on
the absence of configured logs. Fixes bug 3550; bugfix on
0.2.0.10-alpha.
o Minor bugfixes (also part of 0.2.2.31-rc):
......@@ -18138,7 +18138,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.2.8-alpha - 2010-01-26
please upgrade.
o Major bugfixes:
- Fix a memory corruption bug on bridges that occured during the
- Fix a memory corruption bug on bridges that occurred during the
inclusion of stats data in extra-info descriptors. Also fix the
interface for geoip_get_bridge_stats* to prevent similar bugs in
the future. Diagnosis by Tas, patch by Karsten and Sebastian.
......@@ -18552,7 +18552,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.2.2-alpha - 2009-09-21
to EDGE and find out if the build-time data in the .tor/state gets
reset without loss of Tor usability. You should also see a notice
log message telling you that Tor has reset its timeout.
- Directory authorities can now vote on arbitary integer values as
- Directory authorities can now vote on arbitrary integer values as
part of the consensus process. This is designed to help set
network-wide parameters. Implements proposal 167.
- Tor now reads the "circwindow" parameter out of the consensus,
......@@ -21580,7 +21580,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.0.9-alpha - 2007-10-24
- Distinguish between detached signatures for the wrong period, and
detached signatures for a divergent vote.
- Fix a small memory leak when computing a consensus.
- When there's no concensus, we were forming a vote every 30
- When there's no consensus, we were forming a vote every 30
minutes, but writing the "valid-after" line in our vote based
on our configured V3AuthVotingInterval: so unless the intervals
matched up, we immediately rejected our own vote because it didn't
......@@ -24967,7 +24967,7 @@ Changes in version 0.1.0.9-rc - 2005-06-09
KeepalivePeriod, ClientOnly, NoPublish, HttpProxy, HttpsProxy,
HttpProxyAuthenticator
- Stop warning about sigpipes in the logs. We're going to
pretend that getting these occassionally is normal and fine.
pretend that getting these occasionally is normal and fine.
- Resolve OS X installer bugs: stop claiming to be 0.0.9.2 in
certain
installer screens; and don't put stuff into StartupItems unless
......@@ -25432,7 +25432,7 @@ Changes in version 0.1.0.1-rc - 2005-03-28
Changes in version 0.0.9.6 - 2005-03-24
o Bugfixes on 0.0.9.x (crashes and asserts):
- Add new end stream reasons to maintainance branch. Fix bug where
- Add new end stream reasons to maintenance branch. Fix bug where
reason (8) could trigger an assert. Prevent bug from recurring.
- Apparently win32 stat wants paths to not end with a slash.
- Fix assert triggers in assert_cpath_layer_ok(), where we were
......@@ -6476,7 +6476,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.6.6 - 2015-03-24
o Major bugfixes (pluggable transports):
- Initialize the extended OR Port authentication cookie before
launching pluggable transports. This prevents a race condition
that occured when server-side pluggable transports would cache the
that occurred when server-side pluggable transports would cache the
authentication cookie before it has been (re)generated. Fixes bug
15240; bugfix on 0.2.5.1-alpha.
......@@ -6949,7 +6949,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.6.6 - 2015-03-24
some bugs where we would look at (but fortunately, not reveal)
uninitialized memory on the stack. Fixes bug 14013; bugfix on all
versions of Tor.
- Clear all memory targetted by tor_addr_{to,from}_sockaddr(), not
- Clear all memory targeted by tor_addr_{to,from}_sockaddr(), not
just the part that's used. This makes it harder for data leak bugs
to occur in the event of other programming failures. Resolves
ticket 14041.
......@@ -8126,7 +8126,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.5.10 - 2014-10-24
from Arlo Breault.
- Remove instances of strcpy() from the unit tests. They weren't
hurting anything, since they were only in the unit tests, but it's
embarassing to have strcpy() in the code at all, and some analysis
embarrassing to have strcpy() in the code at all, and some analysis
tools don't like it. Fixes bug 8790; bugfix on 0.2.3.6-alpha and
0.2.3.8-alpha. Patch from Arlo Breault.
- Remove is_internal_IP() function. Resolves ticket 4645.
......@@ -8150,7 +8150,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.5.10 - 2014-10-24
directory authority options, remove the documentation for a
V2-directory fetching option that no longer exists. Resolves
ticket 11634.
- Correct the documenation so that it lists the correct directory
- Correct the documentation so that it lists the correct directory
for the stats files. (They are in a subdirectory called "stats",
not "status".)
- In the manpage, move more authority-only options into the
......@@ -10293,7 +10293,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.3.25 - 2012-11-19
bugfix on 0.2.0.3-alpha.
- The "--quiet" and "--hush" options now apply not only to Tor's
behavior before logs are configured, but also to Tor's behavior in
the absense of configured logs. Fixes bug 3550; bugfix on
the absence of configured logs. Fixes bug 3550; bugfix on
0.2.0.10-alpha.
- Change the AllowDotExit rules so they should actually work.
We now enforce AllowDotExit only immediately after receiving an
......@@ -11406,7 +11406,7 @@ Changes in version 0.2.2.32 - 2011-08-27
algorithms for signatures and resource selection. Newer formats
are signed with SHA256, with a possibility for moving to a better
hash algorithm in the future.
- Directory authorities can now vote on arbitary integer values as
- Directory authorities can now vote on arbitrary integer values as
part of the consensus process. This is designed to help set
network-wide parameters. Implements proposal 167.
......@@ -16595,7 +16595,7 @@ Changes in version 0.1.0.10 - 2005-06-14
- Use correct errno on win32 if libevent fails.
- Check and warn about known-bad/slow libevent versions.
- Stop warning about sigpipes in the logs. We're going to
pretend that getting these occassionally is normal and fine.
pretend that getting these occasionally is normal and fine.
o New contrib scripts:
- New experimental script tor/contrib/exitlist: a simple python
......@@ -16714,7 +16714,7 @@ Changes in version 0.0.9.7 - 2005-04-01
Changes in version 0.0.9.6 - 2005-03-24
o Bugfixes on 0.0.9.x (crashes and asserts):
- Add new end stream reasons to maintainance branch. Fix bug where
- Add new end stream reasons to maintenance branch. Fix bug where
reason (8) could trigger an assert. Prevent bug from recurring.
- Apparently win32 stat wants paths to not end with a slash.
- Fix assert triggers in assert_cpath_layer_ok(), where we were
......
......@@ -573,7 +573,7 @@ AC_CHECK_FUNCS(
# Apple messed up when they added two functions functions in Sierra: they
# forgot to decorate them with appropriate AVAILABLE_MAC_OS_VERSION
# checks. So we should only probe for those functions if we are sure that we
# are not targetting OSX 10.11 or earlier.
# are not targeting OSX 10.11 or earlier.
AC_MSG_CHECKING([for a pre-Sierra OSX build target])
AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([[
#ifdef __APPLE__
......
......@@ -87,7 +87,7 @@ RATE_UP=5000
# machine does any other network activity. That is not very fun.
RATE_UP_TOR=1500
# RATE_UP_TOR_CEIL is the maximum rate allowed for all Tor trafic in
# RATE_UP_TOR_CEIL is the maximum rate allowed for all Tor traffic in
# kbits/sec.
RATE_UP_TOR_CEIL=5000
......
......@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@ the module calls. Modules which call fewer other modules are better targets.
Strive to change the C API as little as possible.
We are currently targetting Rust nightly, *for now*. We expect this to change
We are currently targeting Rust nightly, *for now*. We expect this to change
moving forward, as we understand more about which nightly features we need. It
is on our TODO list to try to cultivate good standing with various distro
maintainers of `rustc` and `cargo`, in order to ensure that whatever version we
......
......@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ tracing framework.
## Basics ###
Event tracing is seperated in two concepts, trace events and a tracer. The
Event tracing is separated in two concepts, trace events and a tracer. The
tracing subsystem can be found in `src/trace`. The `events.h` header file is
the main file that maps the different tracers to trace events.
......
......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ the Android Software Development Kit (SDK) and Native Development Kit
repository and build an Orbot APK (Android Package) file with
debugging enabled. Make sure that when you build the native content of
the Orbot application that you run the `make -C external` command with
an additional `DEBUG=1` as paramter to ensure that the Orbot build
an additional `DEBUG=1` as parameter to ensure that the Orbot build
process does not strip the debug symbols from the Tor binary.
2. (Optional) Uninstall and clean-up your old Orbot installation that
......
......@@ -2695,7 +2695,7 @@ The following options are used to configure a hidden service.
[[HiddenServiceMaxStreams]] **HiddenServiceMaxStreams** __N__::
The maximum number of simultaneous streams (connections) per rendezvous
circuit. The maximum value allowed is 65535. (Setting this to 0 will allow
an unlimited number of simultanous streams.) (Default: 0)
an unlimited number of simultaneous streams.) (Default: 0)
[[HiddenServiceMaxStreamsCloseCircuit]] **HiddenServiceMaxStreamsCloseCircuit** **0**|**1**::
If set to 1, then exceeding **HiddenServiceMaxStreams** will cause the
......@@ -3186,7 +3186,7 @@ __CacheDirectory__**/diff-cache**::
Directory cache only. Holds older consensuses, and diffs from older
consensuses to the most recent consensus of each type, compressed
in various ways. Each file contains a set of key-value arguments
decribing its contents, followed by a single NUL byte, followed by the
describing its contents, followed by a single NUL byte, followed by the
main file contents.
__DataDirectory__**/bw_accounting**::
......
......@@ -101,7 +101,7 @@ def read():
def findline(lines, lineno, ident):
"""Given a list of all the lines in the file (adjusted so 1-indexing works),
a line number that ident is alledgedly on, and ident, I figure out
a line number that ident is allegedly on, and ident, I figure out
the line where ident was really declared."""
lno = lineno
for lineno in xrange(lineno, 0, -1):
......
......@@ -232,7 +232,7 @@ MAX_FALLBACKS_PER_FAMILY = 7
## Fallback Bandwidth Requirements
# Any fallback with the Exit flag has its bandwidth multipled by this fraction
# Any fallback with the Exit flag has its bandwidth multiplied by this fraction
# to make sure we aren't further overloading exits
# (Set to 1.0, because we asked that only lightly loaded exits opt-in,
# and the extra load really isn't that much for large relays.)
......@@ -561,7 +561,7 @@ class Candidate(object):
details['flags'] = []
if (not 'advertised_bandwidth' in details
or details['advertised_bandwidth'] is None):
# relays without advertised bandwdith have it calculated from their
# relays without advertised bandwidth have it calculated from their
# consensus weight
details['advertised_bandwidth'] = 0
if (not 'effective_family' in details
......@@ -1595,7 +1595,7 @@ class CandidateList(dict):
excluded_count, initial_count)
# calculate each fallback's measured bandwidth based on the median
# consensus weight to advertised bandwdith ratio
# consensus weight to advertised bandwidth ratio
def calculate_measured_bandwidth(self):
self.sort_fallbacks_by_cw_to_bw_factor()
median_fallback = self.fallback_median(True)
......
......@@ -1125,7 +1125,7 @@ tor_addr_compare_masked(const tor_addr_t *addr1, const tor_addr_t *addr2,
case AF_UNIX:
/* HACKHACKHACKHACKHACK:
* tor_addr_t doesn't contain a copy of sun_path, so it's not
* possible to comapre this at all.
* possible to compare this at all.
*
* Since the only time we currently actually should be comparing
* 2 AF_UNIX addresses is when dealing with ISO_CLIENTADDR (which
......
......@@ -2455,7 +2455,7 @@ get_environment(void)
/** Get name of current host and write it to <b>name</b> array, whose
* length is specified by <b>namelen</b> argument. Return 0 upon
* successfull completion; otherwise return return -1. (Currently,
* successful completion; otherwise return return -1. (Currently,
* this function is merely a mockable wrapper for POSIX gethostname().)
*/
MOCK_IMPL(int,
......
......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
/**
* \file compat_openssl.h
*
* \brief compatability definitions for working with different openssl forks
* \brief compatibility definitions for working with different openssl forks
**/
#if !defined(LIBRESSL_VERSION_NUMBER) && \
......
......@@ -807,7 +807,7 @@ monotime_coarse_absolute_msec(void)
return monotime_coarse_absolute_nsec() / ONE_MILLION;
}
#else
#define initalized_at_coarse initialized_at
#define initialized_at_coarse initialized_at
#endif /* defined(MONOTIME_COARSE_FN_IS_DIFFERENT) */
/**
......
......@@ -1917,7 +1917,7 @@ crypto_strongest_rand_syscall(uint8_t *out, size_t out_len)
#elif defined(__linux__) && defined(SYS_getrandom)
static int getrandom_works = 1; /* Be optimitic about our chances... */
/* getrandom() isn't as straight foward as getentropy(), and has
/* getrandom() isn't as straightforward as getentropy(), and has
* no glibc wrapper.
*
* As far as I can tell from getrandom(2) and the source code, the
......@@ -1930,7 +1930,7 @@ crypto_strongest_rand_syscall(uint8_t *out, size_t out_len)
*
* We optimistically assume that getrandom() is available and functional
* because it is the way of the future, and 2 branch mispredicts pale in
* comparision to the overheads involved with failing to open
* comparison to the overheads involved with failing to open
* /dev/srandom followed by opening and reading from /dev/urandom.
*/
if (PREDICT_LIKELY(getrandom_works)) {
......
......@@ -225,7 +225,7 @@ ed25519_public_key_is_zero(const ed25519_public_key_t *pubkey)
/* Return a heap-allocated array that contains <b>msg</b> prefixed by the
* string <b>prefix_str</b>. Set <b>final_msg_len_out</b> to the size of the
* final array. If an error occured, return NULL. It's the resonsibility of the
* final array. If an error occurred, return NULL. It's the resonsibility of the
* caller to free the returned array. */
static uint8_t *
get_prefixed_msg(const uint8_t *msg, size_t msg_len,
......@@ -259,7 +259,7 @@ get_prefixed_msg(const uint8_t *msg, size_t msg_len,
* Set <b>signature_out</b> to a signature of the <b>len</b>-byte message
* <b>msg</b>, using the secret and public key in <b>keypair</b>.
*
* Return 0 if we successfuly signed the message, otherwise return -1.
* Return 0 if we successfully signed the message, otherwise return -1.
*/
int
ed25519_sign(ed25519_signature_t *signature_out,
......@@ -529,7 +529,7 @@ ed25519_keypair_blind(ed25519_keypair_t *out,
/**
* Given an ed25519 public key in <b>inp</b>, generate a corresponding blinded
* public key in <b>out</b>, blinded with the 32-byte parameter in
* <b>param</b>. Return 0 on sucess, -1 on railure.
* <b>param</b>. Return 0 on success, -1 on railure.
*/
int
ed25519_public_blind(ed25519_public_key_t *out,
......@@ -719,7 +719,7 @@ ed25519_impl_spot_check,(void))
return -1;
/* XXX/yawning: Someone that's more paranoid than I am, can write "Assume
* ref0 is cannonical, and fuzz impl against it" if they want, but I doubt
* ref0 is canonical, and fuzz impl against it" if they want, but I doubt
* that will catch anything that the known answer tests won't.
*/
goto end;
......@@ -762,7 +762,7 @@ pick_ed25519_impl(void)
/* LCOV_EXCL_STOP */
}
/* Initialize the Ed25519 implementation. This is neccessary if you're
/* Initialize the Ed25519 implementation. This is necessary if you're
* going to use them in a multithreaded setting, and not otherwise. */
void
ed25519_init(void)
......
......@@ -852,7 +852,7 @@ crypto_pk_get_hashed_fingerprint(crypto_pk_t *pk, char *fp_out)
/** Given a crypto_pk_t <b>pk</b>, allocate a new buffer containing the
* Base64 encoding of the DER representation of the private key as a NUL
* terminated string, and return it via <b>priv_out</b>. Return 0 on
* sucess, -1 on failure.
* success, -1 on failure.
*
* It is the caller's responsibility to sanitize and free the resulting buffer.
*/
......
......@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ struct timeout_cb {
#define TIMEOUT_CB_OVERRIDE
/* We're going to support timers that are pretty far out in advance. Making
* this big can be inefficient, but having a significant number of timers
* above TIMEOUT_MAX can also be super-inefficent. Choosing 5 here sets
* above TIMEOUT_MAX can also be super-inefficient. Choosing 5 here sets
* timeout_max to 2^30 ticks, or 29 hours with our value for USEC_PER_TICK */
#define WHEEL_NUM 5
#include "src/ext/timeouts/timeout.c"
......
......@@ -1942,7 +1942,7 @@ tor_tls_handshake(tor_tls_t *tls)
return r;
}
/** Perform the final part of the intial TLS handshake on <b>tls</b>. This
/** Perform the final part of the initial TLS handshake on <b>tls</b>. This
* should be called for the first handshake only: it determines whether the v1
* or the v2 handshake was used, and adjusts things for the renegotiation
* handshake as appropriate.
......
......@@ -3047,7 +3047,7 @@ unescape_string(const char *s, char **result, size_t *size_out)
/** Removes enclosing quotes from <b>path</b> and unescapes quotes between the
* enclosing quotes. Backslashes are not unescaped. Return the unquoted
* <b>path</b> on sucess or 0 if <b>path</b> is not quoted correctly. */
* <b>path</b> on success or 0 if <b>path</b> is not quoted correctly. */
char *
get_unquoted_path(const char *path)
{
......@@ -3898,7 +3898,7 @@ format_number_sigsafe(unsigned long x, char *buf, int buf_len,
* call it with a signed int and an unsigned char, and since the C standard
* does not guarantee that an int is wider than a char (an int must be at
* least 16 bits but it is permitted for a char to be that wide as well), we
* can't assume a signed int is sufficient to accomodate an unsigned char.
* can't assume a signed int is sufficient to accommodate an unsigned char.
* Thus, format_helper_exit_status() will still need to emit any require '-'
* on its own.
*
......@@ -3928,7 +3928,7 @@ format_dec_number_sigsafe(unsigned long x, char *buf, int buf_len)
*
* The format of <b>hex_errno</b> is: "CHILD_STATE/ERRNO\n", left-padded
* with spaces. CHILD_STATE indicates where
* in the processs of starting the child process did the failure occur (see
* in the process of starting the child process did the failure occur (see
* CHILD_STATE_* macros for definition), and SAVED_ERRNO is the value of
* errno when the failure occurred.
*
......
......@@ -132,7 +132,7 @@ ED25519_FN(curved25519_scalarmult_basepoint) (curved25519_key pk, const curved25
}
/*
Tor has a specific idea of how an Ed25519 implementaion should behave.
Tor has a specific idea of how an Ed25519 implementation should behave.
Implement such a beast using the ed25519-donna primitives/internals.
* Private key generation using Tor's CSPRNG.
......
......@@ -356,7 +356,7 @@ bridge_resolve_conflicts(const tor_addr_t *addr, uint16_t port,
{
/* Iterate the already-registered bridge list:
If you find a bridge with the same adress and port, mark it for
If you find a bridge with the same address and port, mark it for
removal. It doesn't make sense to have two active bridges with
the same IP:PORT. If the bridge in question has a different
digest or transport than <b>digest</b>/<b>transport_name</b>,
......
......@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@
* channel_set_cell_handlers(). Currently, this is passed back to the command
* subsystem which is command_process_cell().
*
* NOTE: For now, the seperation between channels and specialized channels
* NOTE: For now, the separation between channels and specialized channels
* (like channeltls) is not that well defined. So the channeltls layer calls
* channel_process_cell() which originally comes from the connection subsytem.
* This should be hopefully be fixed with #23993.
......@@ -1438,7 +1438,7 @@ channel_clear_remote_end(channel_t *chan)
*
* Two possible errors can happen. Either the channel is not opened or the
* lower layer (specialized channel) failed to write it. In both cases, it is
* the caller responsability to free the cell.
* the caller responsibility to free the cell.
*/
static int
write_packed_cell(channel_t *chan, packed_cell_t *cell)
......@@ -1514,7 +1514,7 @@ channel_write_packed_cell(channel_t *chan, packed_cell_t *cell)
ret = write_packed_cell(chan, cell);
end:
/* Whatever happens, we free the cell. Either an error occured or the cell
/* Whatever happens, we free the cell. Either an error occurred or the cell
* was put on the connection outbuf, both cases we have ownership of the
* cell and we free it. */
packed_cell_free(cell);
......@@ -1717,7 +1717,7 @@ channel_listener_change_state(channel_listener_t *chan_l,
}
}
/* Maximum number of cells that is allowed to flush at once withing
/* Maximum number of cells that is allowed to flush at once within
* channel_flush_some_cells(). */
#define MAX_CELLS_TO_GET_FROM_CIRCUITS_FOR_UNLIMITED 256
......
......@@ -1467,7 +1467,7 @@ pathbias_measure_close_rate(entry_guard_t *guard)
*
* XXX: The attempt count transfer stuff here might be done
* better by keeping separate pending counters that get
* transfered at circuit close. See ticket #8160.
* transferred at circuit close. See ticket #8160.
*/
static void
pathbias_scale_close_rates(entry_guard_t *guard)
......@@ -1527,7 +1527,7 @@ pathbias_scale_close_rates(entry_guard_t *guard)
*
* XXX: The attempt count transfer stuff here might be done
* better by keeping separate pending counters that get
* transfered at circuit close. See ticket #8160.
* transferred at circuit close. See ticket #8160.
*/
void
pathbias_scale_use_rates(entry_guard_t *guard)
......
......@@ -2223,7 +2223,7 @@ pick_restricted_middle_node(router_crn_flags_t flags,
* Max number of restricted nodes before we alert the user and try
* to load balance for them.
*
* The most agressive vanguard design had 16 nodes at layer3.
* The most aggressive vanguard design had 16 nodes at layer3.
* Let's give a small ceiling above that. */
#define MAX_SANE_RESTRICTED_NODES 20
/* If the user (or associated tor controller) selected only a few nodes,
......
......@@ -806,9 +806,9 @@ circuit_purpose_to_string(uint8_t purpose)
case CIRCUIT_PURPOSE_INTRO_POINT:
return "Acting as intro point";
case CIRCUIT_PURPOSE_REND_POINT_WAITING:
return "Acting as rendevous (pending)";
return "Acting as rendezvous (pending)";
case CIRCUIT_PURPOSE_REND_ESTABLISHED:
return "Acting as rendevous (established)";
return "Acting as rendezvous (established)";
case CIRCUIT_PURPOSE_C_GENERAL:
return "General-purpose client";
case CIRCUIT_PURPOSE_C_INTRODUCING:
......
......@@ -167,7 +167,7 @@ circuit_build_times_disabled_(const or_options_t *options,
}
/**
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtmaxtimeouts consensus paramter.
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtmaxtimeouts consensus parameter.
*
* Effect: When this many timeouts happen in the last 'cbtrecentcount'
* circuit attempts, the client should discard all of its history and
......@@ -194,7 +194,7 @@ circuit_build_times_max_timeouts(void)
}
/**
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtnummodes consensus paramter.
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtnummodes consensus parameter.
*
* Effect: This value governs how many modes to use in the weighted
* average calculation of Pareto parameter Xm. A value of 3 introduces
......@@ -221,7 +221,7 @@ circuit_build_times_default_num_xm_modes(void)
}
/**
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtmincircs consensus paramter.
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtmincircs consensus parameter.
*
* Effect: This is the minimum number of circuits to build before
* computing a timeout.
......@@ -253,7 +253,7 @@ circuit_build_times_enough_to_compute(const circuit_build_times_t *cbt)
}
/**
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtquantile consensus paramter.
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtquantile consensus parameter.
*
* Effect: This is the position on the quantile curve to use to set the
* timeout value. It is a percent (10-99).
......@@ -277,7 +277,7 @@ circuit_build_times_quantile_cutoff(void)
}
/**
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtclosequantile consensus paramter.
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtclosequantile consensus parameter.
*
* Effect: This is the position on the quantile curve to use to set the
* timeout value to use to actually close circuits. It is a percent
......@@ -309,7 +309,7 @@ circuit_build_times_close_quantile(void)
}
/**
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbttestfreq consensus paramter.
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbttestfreq consensus parameter.
*
* Effect: Describes how often in seconds to build a test circuit to
* gather timeout values. Only applies if less than 'cbtmincircs'
......@@ -356,7 +356,7 @@ circuit_build_times_min_timeout(void)
}
/**
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtinitialtimeout consensus paramter.
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtinitialtimeout consensus parameter.
*
* Effect: This is the timeout value to use before computing a timeout,
* in milliseconds.
......@@ -386,7 +386,7 @@ circuit_build_times_initial_timeout(void)
}
/**
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtrecentcount consensus paramter.
* Retrieve and bounds-check the cbtrecentcount consensus parameter.
*
* Effect: This is the number of circuit build times to keep track of
* for deciding if we hit cbtmaxtimeouts and need to reset our state
......
......@@ -674,7 +674,7 @@ circuit_expire_building(void)
break;
case CIRCUIT_PURPOSE_C_INTRODUCING:
/* That purpose means that the intro point circuit has been opened
* succesfully but the INTRODUCE1 cell hasn't been sent yet because
* successfully but the INTRODUCE1 cell hasn't been sent yet because
* the client is waiting for the rendezvous point circuit to open.
* Keep this circuit open while waiting for the rendezvous circuit.
* We let the circuit idle timeout take care of cleaning this
......
......@@ -3146,7 +3146,7 @@ warn_if_option_path_is_relative(const char *option,
return 0;
}
/** Scan <b>options</b> for occurances of relative file/directory
/** Scan <b>options</b> for occurrences of relative file/directory
* path and log a warning whenever it is found.
*
* Return 1 if there were relative paths; 0 otherwise.
......
......@@ -4250,7 +4250,7 @@ connection_buf_add_buf(connection_t *conn, buf_t *buf)
/* Return a list of connections that aren't close and matches the given type
* and state. The returned list can be empty and must be freed using
* smartlist_free(). The caller does NOT have owernship of the objects in the
* smartlist_free(). The caller does NOT have ownership of the objects in the
* list so it must not free them nor reference them as they can disappear. */
smartlist_t *
connection_list_by_type_state(int type, int state)
......@@ -4260,7 +4260,7 @@ connection_list_by_type_state(int type, int state)
/* Return a list of connections that aren't close and matches the given type
* and purpose. The returned list can be empty and must be freed using
* smartlist_free(). The caller does NOT have owernship of the objects in the
* smartlist_free(). The caller does NOT have ownership of the objects in the
* list so it must not free them nor reference them as they can disappear. */
smartlist_t *
connection_list_by_type_purpose(int type, int purpose)
......
......@@ -4458,11 +4458,11 @@ handle_control_hspost(control_connection_t *conn,
* used in pk is given to the HS subsystem so the caller must stop accessing
* it after.
*
* The port_cfgs is a list of service port. Ownership transfered to service.
* The port_cfgs is a list of service port. Ownership transferred to service.
* The max_streams refers to the MaxStreams= key.
* The max_streams_close_circuit refers to the MaxStreamsCloseCircuit key.
* The auth_type is the authentication type of the clients in auth_clients.
* The ownership of that list is transfered to the service.
* The ownership of that list is transferred to the service.
*
* On success (RSAE_OKAY), the address_out points to a newly allocated string
* containing the onion address without the .onion part. On error, address_out
......@@ -4911,7 +4911,7 @@ add_onion_helper_keyarg(const char *arg, int discard_pk,
goto err;
}
/* Succeded in loading or generating a private key. */
/* Succeeded in loading or generating a private key. */
ret = 0;
err:
......
......@@ -1112,7 +1112,7 @@ directory_request_free_(directory_request_t *req)
/**
* Set the address and OR port to use for this directory request. If there is
* no OR port, we'll have to connect over the dirport. (If there are both,
* the indirection setting determins which to use.)
* the indirection setting determines which to use.)
*/
void
directory_request_set_or_addr_port(directory_request_t *req,
......@@ -1123,7 +1123,7 @@ directory_request_set_or_addr_port(directory_request_t *req,
/**
* Set the address and dirport to use for this directory request. If there
* is no dirport, we'll have to connect over the OR port. (If there are both,
* the indirection setting determins which to use.)
* the indirection setting determines which to use.)
*/