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authorChristophe Lyon <christophe.lyon@linaro.org>2018-08-02 12:38:05 (GMT)
committerChristophe Lyon <christophe.lyon@linaro.org>2018-08-02 12:38:05 (GMT)
commitb8831d67b63cc83e8cfc8d2c7fe91bf3c3ed5328 (patch)
treeb0f71fd423d742eaaf276a331f0a45132d9af6c0
parentf58a9940c4b61a04251eac83fd9644015864c312 (diff)
Fix typos in README.
-rw-r--r--README6
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@@ -8,12 +8,12 @@ on the musl-libc mailing-list.
http://www.openwall.com/lists/musl/2013/12/03/26
After that I implemented musl-test-framework which is no longer
-online available. It was just to test musl. The next incarnation
+available online. It was just to test musl. The next incarnation
was adk-test-framework, which tries to be more flexible regarding
what project should be tested (offline).
Both solutions required binary kernel and initramfs for the Qemu
-runtime tests and toolchains for the compiling.
+runtime tests and toolchains for compiling.
The third incarnation now uses OpenADK to build a toolchain,
the base system and the C library. Then it runs either a
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ libc test suite, the ltp project or a native compile of a toolchain.
More tests can be implemented later.
A full build without any options needs 320 GB of disk space.
-All combinations of C library and architectures are build.
+All combinations of C library and architectures are built.
Have fun
Waldemar