Created attachment 204182 [details]
svn diff > ~/doc-fix-spelling.diff
Some spelling fixes, e.g. add missing articles.
Created attachment 204183 [details]
New diff after running igor on the file.
Thanks for the patch. Just a few things I see:
-.Dd October 16, 2017
+.Dd May 3, 2019
We only bump the document date on content changes, unless that policy changed and I missed it, we do not need to change it here.
The TOE, TSO, TXCSUM and TXCSUM6 capabilities on all interfaces added to the
-bridge are disabled if any of the interfaces doesn't support/enable them.
+bridge are disabled if any of the interfaces don't support/enable them.
We do our best to avoid contractions, perhaps in this case "interfaces will not support or enable them."?
-All the capabilities are restored when the interface is removed from bridge.
-Changing capabilities in run time may cause NIC reinit and the link flap.
+All the capabilities are restored when the interface is removed from the
+Changing capabilities in run time may cause the NIC to reinitialize and
+the link to flap.
The bridge supports
This seems to move some words down onto a new line but, at least at a quick look, there is still white space at EOL. This might be my browser so please let me know if I'm just crazy. Thanks for the patch!
1. I'll change the date back to the original date. I was not aware of the policy but igor(1) complained about the date not being today's date so I modified it.
2. The original had a contraction so I kept that, only changed plurar to singular. But I will modify it to "do not" as I believe that to be more correct than "will not" but I am not a native English speaker so I might be incorrect.
3. I do not understand what you mean here. I added a few articles (`the', `a', `an') and tried to get the width of the lines max 72 characters and starting a new line after a period. Are you referring to the output (in the man page)?
Created attachment 204197 [details]
New diff after comments from Tom Rhodes
Yes, thank you. The concern over whitespace was just the " " at the end of sentences which may or may not be related to the web interface that I am currently using. I'll review this patch sometime this week and follow back up. Thanks for all your help on this!
Any progress on this, Tom?