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Bug#609135: release-notes: Please avoid double spaces in generated documents

Package: release-notes
Severity: minor
Tags: patch


Please find attached some spacing issues that are noticeable at least on
the PDF generated document, spotted while translating and reviewing the

Please note that I'm not sure that the “ulink” changes are mandatory,
but they are provided for consistency purpose.



*** /tmp/spaces-rn.diff
Index: en/installing.dbk
--- en/installing.dbk	(révision 8024)
+++ en/installing.dbk	(copie de travail)
@@ -139,7 +139,7 @@
 <varlistentry arch="i386;amd64">
-<term>GRUB2 is the default bootloader</term>
+<term>GRUB 2 is the default bootloader</term>
 The bootloader that will be installed by default is 
Index: en/issues.dbk
--- en/issues.dbk	(révision 8024)
+++ en/issues.dbk	(copie de travail)
@@ -295,8 +295,8 @@
     If you encounter any such issues, please remove the local diversion and
     ensure that the symlinks for both <literal>/bin/sh</literal> and its
-    manual page point to the files provided by the <systemitem role="package">
-    bash</systemitem> package and then
+    manual page point to the files provided by the <systemite
+    role="package">bash</systemitem> package and then
     <command>dpkg-reconfigure --force dash</command>.
Index: en/upgrading.dbk
--- en/upgrading.dbk    (révision 8024)
+++ en/upgrading.dbk    (copie de travail)
@@ -1865,8 +1865,8 @@
 The GRUB Manual has <ulink
-more information</ulink> on the changes between GRUB Legacy and GRUB 2, some of
+information</ulink> on the changes between GRUB Legacy and GRUB 2, some of
 which may require changes to complex configurations.  If you have not modified
 your boot loader configuration, you should not need to do anything further.
Index: en/whats-new.dbk
--- en/whats-new.dbk	(révision 8024)
+++ en/whats-new.dbk	(copie de travail)
@@ -505,8 +505,8 @@
     When a new package is made available via <literal>&releasename;-updates</literal>,
-    this will be announced on the <ulink url="http://lists.debian.org/debian-stable-announce/";>
-    debian-stable-announce</ulink> mailing list.
+    this will be announced on the <ulink
+    url="http://lists.debian.org/debian-stable-announce/";>debian-stable-announce</ulink> mailing list.
@@ -552,14 +552,14 @@
 comprehensive support for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) based neuroimaging
 research. It comes with up-to-date software for structural image analysis
 (e.g.  <systemitem role="package">ants</systemitem>), diffusion imaging and
-tractography (e.g. <systemitem role="package"> mrtrix</systemitem>), stimulus
-delivery (e.g. <systemitem role="package"> psychopy</systemitem>), MRI
+tractography (e.g. <systemitem role="package">mrtrix</systemitem>), stimulus
+delivery (e.g. <systemitem role="package">psychopy</systemitem>), MRI
 sequence development (e.g.  <systemitem role="package">odin</systemitem>), as
 well as a number of versatile data processing and analysis suites (e.g.
 <systemitem role="package">nipype</systemitem>). Moreover, this release has
 built-in support for all major neuroimaging data formats.  See the <ulink
-Debian Science</ulink> and <ulink
+Science</ulink> and <ulink
 url="http://debian-med.alioth.debian.org/tasks/imaging";>Debian Med</ulink>
 task pages for a comprehensive list of included software and the <ulink
 url="http://neuro.debian.net";>NeuroDebian webpage</ulink> for further

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