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@@ -121,8 +121,8 @@ but in most installations this is not needed.
If there is no or little distinction between
(i) developers who are entitled to upload (push) and
(ii) repository administrators,
-then a it is sufficient to provide a
-git server with a unix account for each user who will pushing,
+then it is sufficient to provide a
+git server with a unix account for each user who will be pushing,
perhaps using ssh restricted commands.
=item Debian-format archive (repository)
@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@ In this document we will assume you are using B<reprepro>.
Setting up reprepro is not covered in this tutorial.
Instead, we assume you already have reprepro working.
-You should also write appropriate dput configuration,
+You should also write an appropriate dput configuration file,
since dgit uses dput to upload packages to the archive.
This will involve choosing a dput host name.
That's probably your distro name, I<distro>.
@@ -216,7 +216,7 @@ yet a git repository for a particular package.
If you always have a git repository for every package in your archive,
perhaps because you never use dput/dupload, and always dgit push,
-Set C<git-check> to B<true>.
+set C<git-check> to B<true>.
Otherwise, set C<git-check> to a url prefix - ideally, https.
dgit clone will try to fetch
@@ -312,7 +312,7 @@ Either don't do that, or set up B<dgit-repos-server>.
When a user who can push runs dgit,
dgit uses ssh to access the git server.
-To make ssh restricted command easier,
+To make the ssh restricted command easier,
and for the benefit of dgit-repos-server,
dgit's ssh commands
each start with a parseable commentish rune.