Subject: kern/14053: pci(9) man page fixes
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 09/23/2001 08:37:14
>Synopsis: Some typos in pci(9)
>Arrival-Date: Mon Sep 24 01:50:00 PDT 2001
>Originator: Michael K. Sanders
>Release: NetBSD-current 20010924
There are some obvious typos and some subjective style issues in pci(9).
Read the man page.
Read the diff, apply as appropriate. The 'to/with' and
'machines/systems' changes are just to eliminate some redundancy of
:: Mike ::
RCS file: /cvsroot/sharesrc/share/man/man9/pci.9,v
retrieving revision 1.4
diff -u -r1.4 pci.9
--- pci.9 2001/09/10 20:13:17 1.4
+++ pci.9 2001/09/24 08:35:23
@@ -121,12 +121,12 @@
subsystem provides support for PCI devices.
The PCI bus was initially developed by Intel in the early 1990's to
-replace the ISA bus for interfacing to their Pentium processor. The
+replace the ISA bus for interfacing with their Pentium processor. The
PCI specification is widely regarded as well designed, and the PCI bus
-has found widespread acceptable in machines ranging from Apple's
-PowerPC-based machines to Sun's UltraSPARC-based machines.
+has found widespread acceptance in machines ranging from Apple's
+PowerPC-based systems to Sun's UltraSPARC-based systems.
-The PCI bus a multiplexed bus, allowing addresses and data on the same
+The PCI bus is a multiplexed bus, allowing addresses and data on the same
pins for a reduced number of pins. Data transfers can be 8-bit,
16-bit or 32-bit. A 64-bit extended PCI bus is also defined.
Multi-byte transfers are little-endian. The PCI bus operates up to
@@ -142,7 +142,7 @@
device such as the vendor and a product ID. The configuration
registers can also be written to by software to alter how the device
interfaces to the PCI bus. An important register in the configuration
-space is the Base Address Register (BAR). The BAR is written by
+space is the Base Address Register (BAR). The BAR is written to by
software to map the device registers into a window of processor
address space. Once this mapping is done, the device registers can be
accessed relative to the base address.
@@ -164,7 +164,7 @@
.It Fa pci_intr_handle_t
The opaque handle describing an established interrupt handler.
.It Fa struct pci_attach_args
-Devices have their identity recorded in this structure. it contains
+Devices have their identity recorded in this structure. It contains
the following members:
bus_space_tag_t pa_iot; /* pci i/o space tag */