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Re: Rename to

	* Update "" comments.
	* PORTING: Likewise.
	* aoutx.h: Likewise.
	* Likewise.
	* doc/bfdint.texi: Likewise.
	* targets.c: Likewise.
	* warning.m4: Likewise.
	* Regenerate.
	* doc/internals.texi: Update "" comments.
	* acinclude.m4: Likewise.
	* config/tc-sparc.c: Likewise.
	* Update "" comments.
	* configure: Regenerate.

diff --git a/bfd/ b/bfd/
index 3c59c87..6f64f06 100644
--- a/bfd/
+++ b/bfd/
@@ -739,7 +739,7 @@ CONFIG_STATUS_DEPENDENCIES = \
 	$(srcdir)/ \
-# These are defined by
+# These are defined by configure:
 WORDSIZE = @wordsize@
 ALL_BACKENDS = @all_backends@
 BFD_BACKENDS = @bfd_backends@
diff --git a/bfd/PORTING b/bfd/PORTING
index 37e2c87..f4786b3 100644
--- a/bfd/PORTING
+++ b/bfd/PORTING
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ You need to create <target>.c and config/<target>.mt,
 and add a case for it to a case statements in bfd/ and
 bfd/config.bfd, which associates each canonical host type with a BFD
 host type (used as the base of the makefile fragment names), and to the
-table in bfd/ which associates each target vector with
+table in bfd/ which associates each target vector with
 the .o files it uses.
 config/<target>.mt is a Makefile fragment.
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ SELECT_ARCHITECTURES=bfd_<cpu>_arch
 See the list of cpu types in archures.c, or "ls cpu-*.c".
 If your architecture is new, you need to add it to the tables
-in bfd/archures.c, opcodes/, and binutils/objdump.c.
+in bfd/archures.c, opcodes/, and binutils/objdump.c.
 For more information about .mt and .mh files, see config/README.
diff --git a/bfd/aoutx.h b/bfd/aoutx.h
index a2f7d16..259c2bf 100644
--- a/bfd/aoutx.h
+++ b/bfd/aoutx.h
@@ -101,7 +101,7 @@ DESCRIPTION
 |	TDEFAULTS = -DDEFAULT_VECTOR=host_aout_big_vec
 |	TDEPFILES= host-aout.o trad-core.o
-	in the @file{config/@var{XXX}.mt} file, and modify @file{}
+	in the @file{config/@var{XXX}.mt} file, and modify @file{}
 	to use the
 	@file{@var{XXX}.mt} file (by setting "<<bfd_target=XXX>>") when your
 	configuration is selected.  */
diff --git a/bfd/ b/bfd/
index e796b6a..5942e57 100644
--- a/bfd/
+++ b/bfd/
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
 # Since the "bfd/hosts" directory is shared by the bfd, opcodes, and
 # binutils directories (at least), the index to it is also shared.
-# This is that index.  Each file should source this file
+# This is that index.  Each file should source this file
 # in its per-host part.
 # This sets the following shell variables:
diff --git a/bfd/doc/bfdint.texi b/bfd/doc/bfdint.texi
index a138b0e..5e335c8 100644
--- a/bfd/doc/bfdint.texi
+++ b/bfd/doc/bfdint.texi
@@ -1548,7 +1548,7 @@ following:
 Define either @samp{TARGET_BIG_SYM} or @samp{TARGET_LITTLE_SYM}, or
 both, to a unique C name to use for the target vector.  This name should
 appear in the list of target vectors in @file{targets.c}, and will also
-have to appear in @file{config.bfd} and @file{}.  Define
+have to appear in @file{config.bfd} and @file{}.  Define
 @samp{TARGET_BIG_SYM} for a big-endian processor,
 @samp{TARGET_LITTLE_SYM} for a little-endian processor, and define both
 for a bi-endian processor.
diff --git a/bfd/targets.c b/bfd/targets.c
index 65f4648..83131d1 100644
--- a/bfd/targets.c
+++ b/bfd/targets.c
@@ -930,7 +930,7 @@ static const bfd_target * const _bfd_target_vector[] =
 	/* This list is alphabetized to make it easy to compare
 	   with other vector lists -- the decls above and
-	   the case statement in
+	   the case statement in
 	   Try to keep it in order when adding new targets, and
 	   use a name of the form <cpu>_<format>_<other>_<endian>_vec.
 	   Note that sorting is done as if _<endian>_vec wasn't present.
diff --git a/bfd/warning.m4 b/bfd/warning.m4
index b1a8c7b..de7e9e4 100644
--- a/bfd/warning.m4
+++ b/bfd/warning.m4
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-dnl Common fragment
+dnl Common fragment
 dnl   Copyright (C) 2012-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
diff --git a/gas/acinclude.m4 b/gas/acinclude.m4
index 40722c6..9864abe 100644
--- a/gas/acinclude.m4
+++ b/gas/acinclude.m4
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ test $gas_cv_assert_ok = yes || AC_DEFINE(BROKEN_ASSERT, 1, [assert broken?])
 dnl Since many Bourne shell implementations lack subroutines, use this
-dnl hack to simplify the code in
+dnl hack to simplify the code in
 dnl GAS_UNIQ(listvar)
diff --git a/gas/config/tc-sparc.c b/gas/config/tc-sparc.c
index 5b0baad..b5e9704 100644
--- a/gas/config/tc-sparc.c
+++ b/gas/config/tc-sparc.c
@@ -262,7 +262,7 @@ static struct sparc_arch {
-  /* This exists to allow to pass one
+  /* This exists to allow configure.tgt to pass one
      value to specify both the default machine and default word size.  */
   { "v9-64", "v9", v9, 64, 0, HWCAP_MUL32|HWCAP_DIV32|HWCAP_FSMULD|HWCAP_POPC },
   { NULL, NULL, v8, 0, 0, 0 }
diff --git a/gas/doc/internals.texi b/gas/doc/internals.texi
index 76f812d..cc4089b 100644
--- a/gas/doc/internals.texi
+++ b/gas/doc/internals.texi
@@ -730,7 +730,7 @@ all the fixups (@code{fixup_segment}), resolves all the symbol values (using
 @cindex porting
 Each GAS target specifies two main things: the CPU file and the object format
-file.  Two main switches in the @file{} file handle this.  The
+file.  Two main switches in the @file{} file handle this.  The
 first switches on CPU type to set the shell variable @code{cpu_type}.  The
 second switches on the entire target to set the shell variable @code{fmt}.
diff --git a/ld/ b/ld/
index d1bf1e4..c81ccfe 100644
--- a/ld/
+++ b/ld/
@@ -282,7 +282,7 @@ dnl file.
 rm -f tdirs
 # If the host is 64-bit, then we enable 64-bit targets by default.
-# This is consistent with what ../bfd/ does.
+# This is consistent with what ../bfd/ does.
 if test x${want64} = xfalse; then
   AC_CHECK_SIZEOF(void *)
   if test "x${ac_cv_sizeof_void_p}" = "x8"; then

Alan Modra
Australia Development Lab, IBM

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