[master] d0a3cec Minor polish in the release docs for 5.2.
geoff at uplex.de
Thu Sep 14 10:01:04 UTC 2017
Author: Geoff Simmons <geoff at uplex.de>
Date: Thu Sep 14 11:59:53 2017 +0200
Minor polish in the release docs for 5.2.
diff --git a/doc/sphinx/whats-new/changes-5.2.rst b/doc/sphinx/whats-new/changes-5.2.rst
index 8a125e9..ebd421e 100644
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ VMOD vtc
As long as we have had VMODs, we had an internal vmod called ``vmod_debug``
-which were used with ``varnishtest`` to exercise the VMOD related parts of
+which was used with ``varnishtest`` to exercise the VMOD related parts of
``varnishd``. Over time this vmod grew other useful functions for writing
@@ -167,8 +167,6 @@ processor and helps you focus on your functionality. If you use
autotools for building, a new macro in ``varnish.m4`` removes some of
the boilerplate to generate part of the documentation.
-We hope that much like VMODs we will see new tools that take advantage
-of this API to extend Varnish in new ways much like VMODs made it easy
-to add new functionality to VCL.
+We hope that we will see new tools that take advantage of this API to
+extend Varnish in new ways, much like VMODs made it easy to add new
+functionality to VCL.
diff --git a/doc/sphinx/whats-new/upgrading-5.2.rst b/doc/sphinx/whats-new/upgrading-5.2.rst
index 8c335e6..686dde3 100644
@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@ You can use :ref:`vmod_blob(3)` to work with the hashes::
If the ``-i`` option is not set in the invocation of ``varnishd``,
then ``server.identity`` is set to the host name (as returned by
-``gethostname(3)``). Previously, ``server.identity`` was set to the
+``gethostname(3)``). Previously, ``server.identity`` defaulted to the
value of the ``-n`` option (or the default instance name if ``-n`` was
not set). See :ref:`varnishd(1)`.
@@ -125,7 +125,7 @@ New VMODs in the standard distribution
See :ref:`vmod_blob(3)`, :ref:`vmod_purge(3)` and
-:ref:`vmod_vtc(3)`. See :ref:`whatsnew_new_vmods`.
+:ref:`vmod_vtc(3)`. Read about them in :ref:`whatsnew_new_vmods`.
@@ -172,7 +172,7 @@ Other changes
* In curses mode, the top two lines showing uptimes for the
management and child processes show the text ``Not Running`` if
- either or both of the processes are down.
+ one or both of the processes are down.
* The interpretation of multiple ``-f`` options in the command line
has changed slightly, see :ref:`varnishstat(1)`.
@@ -193,7 +193,7 @@ Other changes
* The ``Hit``, ``HitMiss`` and ``HitPass`` log records grew an
additional field with the remaining TTL of the object at the time
of the lookup. While this should greatly help troubleshooting,
- this might break tools relying on those records to get the VXID of
+ it might break tools relying on those records to get the VXID of
the object hit during lookup.
Instead of using ``Hit``, such tools should now use ``Hit``,
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