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From "James Ferguson (JIRA)" <...@excalibur.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (EXLBR-23) Typo - "is a simple put powerful concept."
Date Wed, 20 Apr 2005 14:07:33 GMT
Typo - "is a simple put powerful concept."
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         Key: EXLBR-23
         URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/EXLBR-23
     Project: Excalibur Components
        Type: Bug
  Components: Documentation  
 Environment: N/A
    Reporter: James Ferguson
    Priority: Trivial


On the Front Page under "What is excalibur?", second paragraph first sentence reads:

" Inversion of control, also known as the hollywood principle ("don't call us, we'll call
you") is a simple put powerful concept."

I suspect this should read:

"Inversion of control, also known as the hollywood principle ("don't call us, we'll call you"),
is simply put a powerful concept."

At present the sentence does not make sense.

In the folowing paragraph (What is excalibur? pg. 3) there is another trivial typo, it currently
reads:

"It is lightweight, by which we mean that it doesn't need a lot of resources, take a lot of
disk or memory, or impose all sorts of demans on its environment."

'demans' should read 'demands'.

Both trivial I know, but two typos in the first Section of the main page don't make a good
impression.

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