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Misc. trivial typos

Found via `codespell -q 3`

Signed-off-by: luz paz <luzpaz@users.noreply.github.com>
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luz.paz 2018-04-09 11:44:48 -04:00 committed by luz paz
parent 4ae3dc8df2
commit 06b121eb70
34 changed files with 52 additions and 52 deletions

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README
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@ -598,7 +598,7 @@ Network Support
- There are four main MPI network models available: "ob1", "cm",
"yalla", and "ucx". "ob1" uses BTL ("Byte Transfer Layer")
components for each supported network. "cm" uses MTL ("Matching
Tranport Layer") components for each supported network. "yalla"
Transport Layer") components for each supported network. "yalla"
uses the Mellanox MXM transport. "ucx" uses the OpenUCX transport.
- "ob1" supports a variety of networks that can be used in

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@ -257,7 +257,7 @@ Specifying offsets in buffers
In a C program, it is common to specify an offset in a array with
"&array[i]" or "array+i", for instance to send data starting from
a given positon in the array. The equivalent form in the Java bindings
a given position in the array. The equivalent form in the Java bindings
is to "slice()" the buffer to start at an offset. Making a "slice()"
on a buffer is only necessary, when the offset is not zero. Slices
work for both arrays and direct buffers.

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@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ date="Unreleased developer copy"
# The shared library version of each of Open MPI's public libraries.
# These versions are maintained in accordance with the "Library
# Interface Versions" chapter from the GNU Libtool documentation. The
# first Open MPI release to programatically specify these versions was
# first Open MPI release to programmatically specify these versions was
# v1.3.4 (note that Libtool defaulted all prior releases to 0:0:0).
# All changes in these version numbers are dictated by the Open MPI
# release managers (not individual developers). Notes:

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@ -915,7 +915,7 @@ sub patch_autotools_output {
# Patch ltmain.sh error for PGI version numbers. Redirect stderr to
# /dev/null because this patch is only necessary for some versions of
# Libtool (e.g., 2.2.6b); it'll [rightfully] fail if you have a new
# enough Libtool that dosn't need this patch. But don't alarm the
# enough Libtool that doesn't need this patch. But don't alarm the
# user and make them think that autogen failed if this patch fails --
# make the errors be silent.
# Also patch ltmain.sh for NAG compiler
@ -935,7 +935,7 @@ sub patch_autotools_output {
my @verbose_out;
# Total ugh. We have to patch the configure script itself. See below
# for explainations why.
# for explanations why.
open(IN, "configure") || my_die "Can't open configure";
my $c;
$c .= $_

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@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ else
GROUP_SPARSE=0
fi
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([OMPI_GROUP_SPARSE],$GROUP_SPARSE,
[Wether we want sparse process groups])
[Whether we want sparse process groups])
#

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@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([OMPI_CXX_HAVE_EXCEPTIONS],[
#
# Arguments: None
#
# Depdencies: None
# Dependencies: None
#
# Check to see if the C++ compiler can handle exceptions
#

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@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([_OMPI_FORTRAN_CHECK_F08_ASSUMED_RANK], [
AS_VAR_SET(fortran_f08_assumed_rank, [$happy]);
# Now put the orignal CACHE_CHECK MSG_CHECKING back so that it can
# Now put the original CACHE_CHECK MSG_CHECKING back so that it can
# output the MSG_RESULT.
AC_MSG_CHECKING([Fortran compiler F08 assumed rank syntax])
OPAL_VAR_SCOPE_POP

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@ -112,7 +112,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([_OMPI_FORTRAN_CHECK_IGNORE_TKR], [
AS_VAR_SET(fortran_ignore_tkr_data,
[${happy}:${ompi_fortran_ignore_tkr_type}:${ompi_fortran_ignore_tkr_predecl}])
# Now put the orignal CACHE_CHECK MSG_CHECKING back so that it can
# Now put the original CACHE_CHECK MSG_CHECKING back so that it can
# output the MSG_RESULT.
AC_MSG_CHECKING([Fortran compiler ignore TKR syntax])
OPAL_VAR_SCOPE_POP

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@ -52,11 +52,11 @@ AC_DEFUN([OPAL_CHECK_CRAY_PMI_EXPLICIT],[
#
AS_IF([test "$enable_static" = "yes"],
[AS_IF([test -d /usr/lib/alps],
[AC_MSG_RESULT([Detected presense of /usr/lib/alps])
[AC_MSG_RESULT([Detected presence of /usr/lib/alps])
CRAY_PMI_LDFLAGS="$CRAY_PMI_LDFLAGS -L/usr/lib/alps -lalpslli -lalpsutil"
CRAY_PMI_LIBS="$CRAY_PMI_LIBS -L/usr/lib/alps -lalpslli -lalpsutil"],
[AS_IF([test -d /opt/cray/xe-sysroot/default/usr/lib/alps],
[AC_MSG_RESULT([Detected presense of /opt/cray/xe-sysroot/default/usr/lib/alps])
[AC_MSG_RESULT([Detected presence of /opt/cray/xe-sysroot/default/usr/lib/alps])
CRAY_PMI_LDFLAGS="$CRAY_PMI_LDFLAGS -L/opt/cray/xe-sysroot/default/usr/lib/alps -lalpslli -lalpsutil"
CRAY_PMI_LIBS="$CRAY_PMI_LIBS -L/opt/cray/xe-sysroot/default/usr/lib/alps -lalpslli -lalpsutil"],
[AC_MSG_ERROR([Requested enabling static linking but unable to local libalpslli and libalpsutil])])

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@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([OPAL_CHECK_OPENFABRICS],[
# Enable padding for SPARC platforms by default because the
# btl will segv otherwise. Keep padding disabled for other
# platforms since there are some performance implications with
# padding on for those plaforms.
# padding on for those platforms.
#
case "${host}" in
sparc*)

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@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([OPAL_CHECK_OS_FLAVOR_SPECIFIC],
AC_MSG_CHECKING([$1])
AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM(
[[#ifndef $1
error: this isnt $1
error: this is not $1
#endif
]])],
[opal_found_$2=yes],

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@ -186,7 +186,7 @@ dnl * library_name / function_name: check for function function_name in
dnl -llibrary_name. Specifically, for library_name, use the "foo" form,
dnl as opposed to "libfoo".
dnl * extra_libraries: if the library_name you are checking for requires
dnl additonal -l arguments to link successfully, list them here.
dnl additional -l arguments to link successfully, list them here.
dnl * dir_prefix: if the header/library is located in a non-standard
dnl location (e.g., /opt/foo as opposed to /usr), list it here
dnl * libdir_prefix: if the library is not under $dir_prefix/lib or

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@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ void *checkpid(void *arg) {
[MSG=no OPAL_THREADS_HAVE_DIFFERENT_PIDS=0],
[MSG=yes OPAL_THREADS_HAVE_DIFFERENT_PIDS=1],
[
# If we're cross compiling, we can't do another AC_* function here beause
# If we're cross compiling, we can't do another AC_* function here because
# it we haven't displayed the result from the last one yet. So defer
# another test until below.
OPAL_THREADS_HAVE_DIFFERENT_PIDS=

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@ -532,7 +532,7 @@ dnl OPAL_CHECK_ASM_TYPE
dnl
dnl Sets OPAL_ASM_TYPE to the prefix for the function type to
dnl set a symbol's type as function (needed on ELF for shared
dnl libaries). If no .type directive is needed, sets OPAL_ASM_TYPE
dnl libraries). If no .type directive is needed, sets OPAL_ASM_TYPE
dnl to an empty string
dnl
dnl We look for @ \# %
@ -831,7 +831,7 @@ dnl
dnl Check if the compiler is capable of doing GCC-style inline
dnl assembly. Some compilers emit a warning and ignore the inline
dnl assembly (xlc on OS X) and compile without error. Therefore,
dnl the test attempts to run the emited code to check that the
dnl the test attempts to run the emitted code to check that the
dnl assembly is actually run. To run this test, one argument to
dnl the macro must be an assembly instruction in gcc format to move
dnl the value 0 into the register containing the variable ret.

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@ -402,7 +402,7 @@ AM_CONDITIONAL([OPAL_WANT_SCRIPT_WRAPPER_COMPILERS], [test "$enable_script_wrapp
#
AC_ARG_ENABLE([per-user-config-files],
[AC_HELP_STRING([--enable-per-user-config-files],
[Disable per-user configuration files, to save disk accesses during job start-up. This is likely desirable for large jobs. Note that this can also be acheived by environment variables at run-time. (default: enabled)])])
[Disable per-user configuration files, to save disk accesses during job start-up. This is likely desirable for large jobs. Note that this can also be achieved by environment variables at run-time. (default: enabled)])])
if test "$enable_per_user_config_files" = "no" ; then
result=0
else

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@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ dnl
AC_DEFUN([OPAL_CONFIGURE_SETUP],[
# Some helper script functions. Unfortunately, we cannot use $1 kinds
# of arugments here because of the m4 substitution. So we have to set
# of arguments here because of the m4 substitution. So we have to set
# special variable names before invoking the function. :-\
opal_show_title() {
@ -322,7 +322,7 @@ dnl #######################################################################
# OPAL_APPEND_UNIQ(variable, new_argument)
# ----------------------------------------
# Append new_argument to variable if not already in variable. This assumes a
# space seperated list.
# space separated list.
#
# This could probably be made more efficient :(.
AC_DEFUN([OPAL_APPEND_UNIQ], [
@ -453,7 +453,7 @@ dnl #######################################################################
# - the argument does not begin with -I, -L, or -l, or
# - the argument begins with -I, -L, or -l, and it's not already in variable
#
# This macro assumes a space seperated list.
# This macro assumes a space separated list.
AC_DEFUN([OPAL_FLAGS_APPEND_UNIQ], [
OPAL_VAR_SCOPE_PUSH([opal_tmp opal_append])
@ -649,7 +649,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([OPAL_COMPUTE_MAX_VALUE], [
overflow=1
fi
else
# stil negative. Time to give up.
# still negative. Time to give up.
overflow=1
fi
opal_num_bits=0

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@ -226,7 +226,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([OPAL_MCA],[
# of the hard stuff is in here
MCA_PROJECT_SUBDIRS=
m4_foreach(mca_project, [mca_project_list],
[# BWB: Until projects have seperate configure scripts
[# BWB: Until projects have separate configure scripts
# and can skip running all of ORTE, just avoid recursing
# into orte sub directory if orte disabled
if (test "mca_project" = "ompi" && test "$enable_mpi" != "no") || test "mca_project" = "opal" || test "mca_project" = "orte" || test "mca_project" = "oshmem"; then

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@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([OPAL_WRAPPER_FLAGS_ADD], [
# That is, a component may not influence CFLAGS, CXXFLAGS, or FCFLAGS.
#
# Notes:
# * Keep user flags seperate as 1) they should have no influence
# * Keep user flags separate as 1) they should have no influence
# over build and 2) they don't go through the uniqification we do
# with the other wrapper compiler options
# * While the user (the person who runs configure) is allowed to set

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@ -153,7 +153,7 @@ fi
#
# We can't set am_conditional here since it's yet unknown if there is
# valid Fortran compiler avaliable
# valid Fortran compiler available
#
]) dnl

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@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ fi[]dnl
# to PKG_CHECK_MODULES(), but does not set variables or print errors.
#
# Please remember that m4 expands AC_REQUIRE([PKG_PROG_PKG_CONFIG])
# only at the first occurence in configure.ac, so if the first place
# only at the first occurrence in configure.ac, so if the first place
# it's called might be skipped (such as if it is within an "if", you
# have to call PKG_CHECK_EXISTS manually
# --------------------------------------------------------------

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@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
NODE Ethernet eth1
#
#
# Connection decleration From node To node:weight To node:weight ......
# Connection declaration From node To node:weight To node:weight ......
# (Reserve word) (declered (declered (declered
# above) above) above)
#===============================================================================================

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@ -56,13 +56,13 @@ main(int argc, char* argv[])
opal_graph_print(graph);
slot0 = opal_carto_base_find_node(graph, "slot0");
if (NULL == slot0) {
opal_output(0,"couldnt find slot0 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_output(0,"couldn't find slot0 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_carto_base_free_graph(graph);
return -1;
}
end_node = opal_carto_base_find_node(graph, "slot3");
if (NULL == end_node) {
opal_output(0,"couldnt find mthca1 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_output(0,"couldn't find mthca1 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_carto_base_free_graph(graph);
return -1;
}
@ -87,13 +87,13 @@ main(int argc, char* argv[])
opal_graph_print(graph);
slot0 = opal_carto_base_find_node(graph, "slot0");
if (NULL == slot0) {
opal_output(0,"couldnt find slot0 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_output(0,"couldn't find slot0 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_carto_base_free_graph(graph);
return -1;
}
end_node = opal_carto_base_find_node(graph, "mthca1");
if (NULL == end_node) {
opal_output(0,"couldnt find mthca1 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_output(0,"couldn't find mthca1 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_carto_base_free_graph(graph);
return -1;
}
@ -118,13 +118,13 @@ main(int argc, char* argv[])
opal_graph_print(graph);
slot0 = opal_carto_base_find_node(graph, "slot0");
if (NULL == slot0) {
opal_output(0,"couldnt find slot0 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_output(0,"couldn't find slot0 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_carto_base_free_graph(graph);
return -1;
}
end_node = opal_carto_base_find_node(graph, "eth1");
if (NULL == end_node) {
opal_output(0,"couldnt find mthca1 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_output(0,"couldn't find mthca1 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_carto_base_free_graph(graph);
return -1;
}
@ -149,13 +149,13 @@ main(int argc, char* argv[])
opal_graph_print(graph);
slot0 = opal_carto_base_find_node(graph, "slot0");
if (NULL == slot0) {
opal_output(0,"couldnt find slot0 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_output(0,"couldn't find slot0 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_carto_base_free_graph(graph);
return -1;
}
end_node = opal_carto_base_find_node(graph, "mem3");
if (NULL == end_node) {
opal_output(0,"couldnt find mthca1 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_output(0,"couldn't find mthca1 in the graph exiting\n");
opal_carto_base_free_graph(graph);
return -1;
}

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@ -71,7 +71,7 @@ static void test(bool thread_usage){
if( (array->size - array->number_free) == test_len_in_array) {
test_success();
} else {
test_failure("check on number of elments in array");
test_failure("check on number of elements in array");
}
/* check order of data */

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@ -115,7 +115,7 @@ int main( int argc, char* argv[] )
OBJ_RELEASE(convertor);
/**
* The datatype is not usefull anymore
* The datatype is not useful anymore
*/
OBJ_RELEASE(sparse);

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@ -418,7 +418,7 @@ ompi_datatype_t* test_contiguous( void )
{
ompi_datatype_t *pdt, *pdt1, *pdt2;
printf( "test contiguous (alignement)\n" );
printf( "test contiguous (alignment)\n" );
ompi_datatype_create_contiguous(0, &ompi_mpi_datatype_null.dt, &pdt1);
ompi_datatype_add( pdt1, &ompi_mpi_double.dt, 1, 0, -1 );
if( outputFlags & DUMP_DATA_AFTER_COMMIT ) {

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@ -187,7 +187,7 @@ static int local_copy_ddt_count( opal_datatype_t const * const pdt, int count )
}
}
if( 0 == errors ) {
printf("Validation check succesfully passed\n");
printf("Validation check successfully passed\n");
} else {
printf("Found %d errors. Giving up!\n", errors);
exit(-1);
@ -473,7 +473,7 @@ static int local_copy_with_convertor( opal_datatype_t const * const pdt, int cou
}
}
if( 0 == errors ) {
printf("Validation check succesfully passed\n");
printf("Validation check successfully passed\n");
} else {
printf("Found %d errors. Giving up!\n", errors);
exit(-1);

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@ -611,7 +611,7 @@ opal_datatype_t* test_contiguous( void )
{
opal_datatype_t *pdt, *pdt1, *pdt2;
printf( "test contiguous (alignement)\n" );
printf( "test contiguous (alignment)\n" );
opal_datatype_create_contiguous(0, &opal_datatype_empty, &pdt1);
opal_datatype_add( pdt1, &opal_datatype_float8, 1, 0, -1 );
if( outputFlags & DUMP_DATA_AFTER_COMMIT ) {

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@ -123,10 +123,10 @@ main (int argc, char **argv)
fprintf(stderr, "Write data to %s\n", fifo);
#endif
/* Initalize the event library */
/* Initialize the event library */
opal_init();
/* Initalize one event */
/* Initialize one event */
#ifdef WIN32
opal_event.set(opal_event_base, &evfifo, (int)socket, OPAL_EV_READ, fifo_read, &evfifo);
#else

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@ -50,10 +50,10 @@ main (int argc, char **argv)
{
opal_event_t signal_int, signal_term;
/* Initalize the event library */
/* Initialize the event library */
opal_init();
/* Initalize one event */
/* Initialize one event */
opal_event.set(opal_event_base, &signal_term, SIGUSR1, OPAL_EV_SIGNAL|OPAL_EV_PERSIST, signal_cb,
&signal_term);
opal_event.set(opal_event_base, &signal_int, SIGUSR2, OPAL_EV_SIGNAL|OPAL_EV_PERSIST, signal_cb,

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@ -52,10 +52,10 @@ main (int argc, char **argv)
opal_event_t timeout;
struct timeval tv;
/* Initalize the event library */
/* Initialize the event library */
opal_event_init();
/* Initalize one event */
/* Initialize one event */
opal_evtimer_set(&timeout, timeout_cb, &timeout);
timerclear(&tv);

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@ -302,7 +302,7 @@ int main(int argc, char* argv[])
if( rank%2 ) {
MPI_Win_post(distant_group, 0, win);
MPI_Win_wait(win);
/* Check recieved values */
/* Check received values */
for( int v = 0; v < 10240; ++v )
if( from != win_buff[v] ) {
printf("Error on checking exchanged values: win_buff[%d] == %d instead of %d\n",
@ -327,7 +327,7 @@ int main(int argc, char* argv[])
MPI_Barrier(MPI_COMM_WORLD);
/* Check recieved values */
/* Check received values */
for( int v = 0; v < 10240; ++v )
if( from != win_buff[v] ) {
printf("Error on checking exchanged values: win_buff[%d] == %d instead of %d\n",

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@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
# This file create as an output one heatmap per operation
# tested. Currently, tested operations are :
# - MPI_Send (software overhead)
# - MPI_Send (ping-pong, to measure theoverhead with the communciation time)
# - MPI_Send (ping-pong, to measure the overhead with the communication time)
# - MPI_Bcast
# - MPI_Alltoall
# - MPI_Put

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@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
# ====
# run script for mpi environment tests
# Arguements
# Arguments
# ==========
#
# test_list = no args or all runs all tests

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@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
# ====
# run script for mpi tests
# Arguements
# Arguments
# ==========
#
# test_list = no args or all runs all tests