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  1. 2
      cc3200/README.md
  2. 2
      docs/library/btree.rst
  3. 2
      docs/library/machine.SD.rst
  4. 2
      docs/library/machine.UART.rst
  5. 4
      docs/library/uhashlib.rst
  6. 4
      docs/library/utime.rst
  7. 2
      docs/sphinx_selective_exclude/README.md
  8. 2
      docs/sphinx_selective_exclude/modindex_exclude.py
  9. 2
      esp8266/README.md
  10. 2
      esp8266/machine_rtc.c
  11. 4
      examples/conwaylife.py
  12. 2
      examples/embedding/Makefile.upylib
  13. 2
      examples/embedding/README.md
  14. 4
      extmod/modlwip.c
  15. 2
      extmod/modwebsocket.c
  16. 2
      lib/timeutils/timeutils.c
  17. 2
      lib/utils/stdout_helpers.c
  18. 2
      py/asmthumb.c
  19. 4
      py/builtinimport.c
  20. 4
      py/compile.c
  21. 2
      py/misc.h
  22. 2
      py/mkenv.mk
  23. 2
      py/mpconfig.h
  24. 2
      py/obj.c
  25. 4
      py/objstr.c
  26. 2
      py/py.mk
  27. 2
      py/ringbuf.h
  28. 2
      py/stream.c
  29. 4
      py/vm.c
  30. 2
      qemu-arm/README.md
  31. 2
      tests/basics/namedtuple1.py
  32. 2
      tests/basics/try_reraise2.py
  33. 2
      tests/pyb/can.py
  34. 2
      tests/thread/stress_aes.py
  35. 2
      tests/wipy/uart.py
  36. 2
      tools/insert-usb-ids.py
  37. 2
      tools/pyboard.py
  38. 2
      unix/Makefile
  39. 2
      unix/modsocket.c
  40. 2
      windows/windows_mphal.c
  41. 2
      zephyr/modutime.c

2
cc3200/README.md

@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ If `WIPY_IP`, `WIPY_USER` or `WIPY_PWD` are omitted the default values (the ones
## Regarding old revisions of the CC3200-LAUNCHXL
First silicon (pre-release) revisions of the CC3200 had issues with the ram blocks, and MicroPython cannot run
there. Make sure to use a **v4.1 (or higer) LAUNCHXL board** when trying this port, otherwise it won't work.
there. Make sure to use a **v4.1 (or higher) LAUNCHXL board** when trying this port, otherwise it won't work.
### Note regarding FileZilla

2
docs/library/btree.rst

@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ Functions
Open a database from a random-access `stream` (like an open file). All
other parameters are optional and keyword-only, and allow to tweak advanced
paramters of the database operation (most users will not need them):
parameters of the database operation (most users will not need them):
* `flags` - Currently unused.
* `cachesize` - Suggested maximum memory cache size in bytes. For a

2
docs/library/machine.SD.rst

@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ Methods
.. method:: SD.init(id=0, pins=('GP10', 'GP11', 'GP15'))
Enable the SD card. In order to initalize the card, give it a 3-tuple:
Enable the SD card. In order to initialize the card, give it a 3-tuple:
``(clk_pin, cmd_pin, dat0_pin)``.
.. method:: SD.deinit()

2
docs/library/machine.UART.rst

@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ UART objects can be created and initialised using::
uart = UART(1, 9600) # init with given baudrate
uart.init(9600, bits=8, parity=None, stop=1) # init with given parameters
Supported paramters differ on a board:
Supported parameters differ on a board:
Pyboard: Bits can be 7, 8 or 9. Stop can be 1 or 2. With `parity=None`,
only 8 and 9 bits are supported. With parity enabled, only 7 and 8 bits

4
docs/library/uhashlib.rst

@ -15,11 +15,11 @@ be implemented:
* SHA1 - A previous generation algorithm. Not recommended for new usages,
but SHA1 is a part of number of Internet standards and existing
applications, so boards targetting network connectivity and
applications, so boards targeting network connectivity and
interoperatiability will try to provide this.
* MD5 - A legacy algorithm, not considered cryptographically secure. Only
selected boards, targetting interoperatibility with legacy applications,
selected boards, targeting interoperatibility with legacy applications,
will offer this.
Constructors

4
docs/library/utime.rst

@ -146,8 +146,8 @@ Functions
too distant inbetween, see below). The function returns **signed** value in the range
[``-TICKS_PERIOD/2`` .. ``TICKS_PERIOD/2-1``] (that's a typical range definition for
two's-complement signed binary integers). If the result is negative, it means that
``ticks1`` occured earlier in time than ``ticks2``. Otherwise, it means that
``ticks1`` occured after ``ticks2``. This holds ``only`` if ``ticks1`` and ``ticks2``
``ticks1`` occurred earlier in time than ``ticks2``. Otherwise, it means that
``ticks1`` occurred after ``ticks2``. This holds ``only`` if ``ticks1`` and ``ticks2``
are apart from each other for no more than ``TICKS_PERIOD/2-1`` ticks. If that does
not hold, incorrect result will be returned. Specifically, if two tick values are
apart for ``TICKS_PERIOD/2-1`` ticks, that value will be returned by the function.

2
docs/sphinx_selective_exclude/README.md

@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ index for PDF, just the same as for HTML.
search_auto_exclude
-------------------
Even if you exclude soem documents from toctree:: using only::
Even if you exclude some documents from toctree:: using only::
directive, they will be indexed for full-text search, so user may
find them and get confused. This plugin follows very simple idea
that if you didn't include some documents in the toctree, then

2
docs/sphinx_selective_exclude/modindex_exclude.py

@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
# This is a Sphinx documentation tool extension which allows to
# exclude some Python modules from the generated indexes. Modules
# are excluded both from "modindex" and "genindex" index tables
# (in the latter case, all members of a module are exlcuded).
# (in the latter case, all members of a module are excluded).
# To control exclusion, set "modindex_exclude" variable in Sphinx
# conf.py to the list of modules to exclude. Note: these should be
# modules (as defined by py:module directive, not just raw filenames).

2
esp8266/README.md

@ -100,7 +100,7 @@ programming).
__WiFi__
Initally, the device configures itself as a WiFi access point (AP).
Initially, the device configures itself as a WiFi access point (AP).
- ESSID: MicroPython-xxxxxx (x’s are replaced with part of the MAC address).
- Password: micropythoN (note the upper-case N).
- IP address of the board: 192.168.4.1.

2
esp8266/machine_rtc.c

@ -93,7 +93,7 @@ void pyb_rtc_set_us_since_2000(uint64_t nowus) {
int64_t delta = nowus - (((uint64_t)rtc_last_ticks * cal) >> 12);
// As the calibration value jitters quite a bit, to make the
// clock at least somewhat practially usable, we need to store it
// clock at least somewhat practically usable, we need to store it
system_rtc_mem_write(MEM_CAL_ADDR, &cal, sizeof(cal));
system_rtc_mem_write(MEM_DELTA_ADDR, &delta, sizeof(delta));
};

4
examples/conwaylife.py

@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ lcd.light(1)
def conway_step():
for x in range(128): # loop over x coordinates
for y in range(32): # loop over y coordinates
# count number of neigbours
# count number of neighbours
num_neighbours = (lcd.get(x - 1, y - 1) +
lcd.get(x, y - 1) +
lcd.get(x + 1, y - 1) +
@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ def conway_step():
if self and not (2 <= num_neighbours <= 3):
lcd.pixel(x, y, 0) # not enough, or too many neighbours: cell dies
elif not self and num_neighbours == 3:
lcd.pixel(x, y, 1) # exactly 3 neigbours around an empty cell: cell is born
lcd.pixel(x, y, 1) # exactly 3 neighbours around an empty cell: cell is born
# randomise the start
def conway_rand():

2
examples/embedding/Makefile.upylib

@ -170,7 +170,7 @@ SRC_QSTR_AUTO_DEPS +=
include $(MPTOP)/py/mkrules.mk
# Value of configure's --host= option (required for cross-compilation).
# Deduce it from CROSS_COMPILE by default, but can be overriden.
# Deduce it from CROSS_COMPILE by default, but can be overridden.
ifneq ($(CROSS_COMPILE),)
CROSS_COMPILE_HOST = --host=$(patsubst %-,%,$(CROSS_COMPILE))
else

2
examples/embedding/README.md

@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ Building the example is as simple as running:
It's worth to trace what's happening behind the scenes though:
1. As a first step, a MicroPython library is built. This is handled by a
seperate makefile, Makefile.upylib. It is more or less complex, but the
separate makefile, Makefile.upylib. It is more or less complex, but the
good news is that you won't need to change anything in it, just use it
as is, the main Makefile shows how. What may require editing though is
a MicroPython configuration file. MicroPython is highly configurable, so

4
extmod/modlwip.c

@ -373,7 +373,7 @@ STATIC err_t _lwip_tcp_recv(void *arg, struct tcp_pcb *tcpb, struct pbuf *p, err
}
/*******************************************************************************/
// Functions for socket send/recieve operations. Socket send/recv and friends call
// Functions for socket send/receive operations. Socket send/recv and friends call
// these to do the work.
// Helper function for send/sendto to handle UDP packets.
@ -805,7 +805,7 @@ STATIC mp_obj_t lwip_socket_connect(mp_obj_t self_in, mp_obj_t addr_in) {
mp_raise_OSError(MP_EINPROGRESS);
}
}
// Register our recieve callback.
// Register our receive callback.
tcp_recv(socket->pcb.tcp, _lwip_tcp_recv);
socket->state = STATE_CONNECTING;
err = tcp_connect(socket->pcb.tcp, &dest, port, _lwip_tcp_connected);

2
extmod/modwebsocket.c

@ -132,7 +132,7 @@ STATIC mp_uint_t websocket_read(mp_obj_t self_in, void *buf, mp_uint_t size, int
self->buf_pos = 0;
self->to_recv = to_recv;
self->msg_sz = sz; // May be overriden by FRAME_OPT
self->msg_sz = sz; // May be overridden by FRAME_OPT
if (to_recv != 0) {
self->state = FRAME_OPT;
} else {

2
lib/timeutils/timeutils.c

@ -165,7 +165,7 @@ mp_uint_t timeutils_mktime(mp_uint_t year, mp_int_t month, mp_int_t mday,
//
// tm_tomorrow = list(time.localtime())
// tm_tomorrow[2] += 1 # Adds 1 to mday
// tomorrow = time.mktime(tm_tommorrow)
// tomorrow = time.mktime(tm_tomorrow)
//
// And not have to worry about all the weird overflows.
//

2
lib/utils/stdout_helpers.c

@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
* implementation below can be used.
*/
// Send "cooked" string of given length, where every occurance of
// Send "cooked" string of given length, where every occurrence of
// LF character is replaced with CR LF.
void mp_hal_stdout_tx_strn_cooked(const char *str, size_t len) {
while (len--) {

2
py/asmthumb.c

@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ void asm_thumb_end_pass(asm_thumb_t *as) {
#if defined(MCU_SERIES_F7)
if (as->base.pass == MP_ASM_PASS_EMIT) {
// flush D-cache, so the code emited is stored in memory
// flush D-cache, so the code emitted is stored in memory
SCB_CleanDCache_by_Addr((uint32_t*)as->base.code_base, as->base.code_size);
// invalidate I-cache
SCB_InvalidateICache();

4
py/builtinimport.c

@ -271,7 +271,7 @@ mp_obj_t mp_builtin___import__(size_t n_args, const mp_obj_t *args) {
if (level != 0) {
// What we want to do here is to take name of current module,
// chop <level> trailing components, and concatenate with passed-in
// module name, thus resolving relative import name into absolue.
// module name, thus resolving relative import name into absolute.
// This even appears to be correct per
// http://legacy.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0328/#relative-imports-and-name
// "Relative imports use a module's __name__ attribute to determine that
@ -441,7 +441,7 @@ mp_obj_t mp_builtin___import__(size_t n_args, const mp_obj_t *args) {
#if MICROPY_CPYTHON_COMPAT
// Store module as "__main__" in the dictionary of loaded modules (returned by sys.modules).
mp_obj_dict_store(MP_OBJ_FROM_PTR(&MP_STATE_VM(mp_loaded_modules_dict)), MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR___main__), module_obj);
// Store real name in "__main__" attribute. Choosen semi-randonly, to reuse existing qstr's.
// Store real name in "__main__" attribute. Chosen semi-randonly, to reuse existing qstr's.
mp_obj_dict_store(MP_OBJ_FROM_PTR(o->globals), MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR___main__), MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(mod_name));
#endif
}

4
py/compile.c

@ -939,7 +939,7 @@ STATIC void c_del_stmt(compiler_t *comp, mp_parse_node_t pn) {
}
}
} else {
// some arbitrary statment that we can't delete (eg del 1)
// some arbitrary statement that we can't delete (eg del 1)
goto cannot_delete;
}
@ -1090,7 +1090,7 @@ STATIC void compile_import_name(compiler_t *comp, mp_parse_node_struct_t *pns) {
STATIC void compile_import_from(compiler_t *comp, mp_parse_node_struct_t *pns) {
mp_parse_node_t pn_import_source = pns->nodes[0];
// extract the preceeding .'s (if any) for a relative import, to compute the import level
// extract the preceding .'s (if any) for a relative import, to compute the import level
uint import_level = 0;
do {
mp_parse_node_t pn_rel;

2
py/misc.h

@ -197,7 +197,7 @@ int DEBUG_printf(const char *fmt, ...);
extern mp_uint_t mp_verbose_flag;
// This is useful for unicode handling. Some CPU archs has
// special instructions for efficient implentation of this
// special instructions for efficient implementation of this
// function (e.g. CLZ on ARM).
// NOTE: this function is unused at the moment
#ifndef count_lead_ones

2
py/mkenv.mk

@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ ifeq ($(BUILD_VERBOSE),0)
$(info Use make V=1 or set BUILD_VERBOSE in your environment to increase build verbosity.)
endif
# default settings; can be overriden in main Makefile
# default settings; can be overridden in main Makefile
PY_SRC ?= $(TOP)/py
BUILD ?= build

2
py/mpconfig.h

@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
// mpconfigport.h is a file containing configuration settings for a
// particular port. mpconfigport.h is actually a default name for
// such config, and it can be overriden using MP_CONFIGFILE preprocessor
// such config, and it can be overridden using MP_CONFIGFILE preprocessor
// define (you can do that by passing CFLAGS_EXTRA='-DMP_CONFIGFILE="<file.h>"'
// argument to make when using standard MicroPython makefiles).
// This is useful to have more than one config per port, for example,

2
py/obj.c

@ -401,7 +401,7 @@ mp_obj_t mp_obj_id(mp_obj_t o_in) {
return MP_OBJ_NEW_SMALL_INT(id);
} else {
// If that didn't work, well, let's return long int, just as
// a (big) positve value, so it will never clash with the range
// a (big) positive value, so it will never clash with the range
// of small int returned in previous case.
return mp_obj_new_int_from_uint((mp_uint_t)id);
}

4
py/objstr.c

@ -798,7 +798,7 @@ STATIC mp_obj_t str_uni_strip(int type, size_t n_args, const mp_obj_t *args) {
}
assert(last_good_char_pos >= first_good_char_pos);
//+1 to accomodate the last character
//+1 to accommodate the last character
size_t stripped_len = last_good_char_pos - first_good_char_pos + 1;
if (stripped_len == orig_str_len) {
// If nothing was stripped, don't bother to dup original string
@ -1811,7 +1811,7 @@ STATIC mp_obj_t str_islower(mp_obj_t self_in) {
}
#if MICROPY_CPYTHON_COMPAT
// These methods are superfluous in the presense of str() and bytes()
// These methods are superfluous in the presence of str() and bytes()
// constructors.
// TODO: should accept kwargs too
STATIC mp_obj_t bytes_decode(size_t n_args, const mp_obj_t *args) {

2
py/py.mk

@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ ifeq ($(MICROPY_SSL_AXTLS),1)
CFLAGS_MOD += -DMICROPY_SSL_AXTLS=1 -I../lib/axtls/ssl -I../lib/axtls/crypto -I../lib/axtls/config
LDFLAGS_MOD += -Lbuild -laxtls
else ifeq ($(MICROPY_SSL_MBEDTLS),1)
# Can be overriden by ports which have "builtin" mbedTLS
# Can be overridden by ports which have "builtin" mbedTLS
MICROPY_SSL_MBEDTLS_INCLUDE ?= ../lib/mbedtls/include
CFLAGS_MOD += -DMICROPY_SSL_MBEDTLS=1 -I$(MICROPY_SSL_MBEDTLS_INCLUDE)
LDFLAGS_MOD += -L../lib/mbedtls/library -lmbedx509 -lmbedtls -lmbedcrypto

2
py/ringbuf.h

@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ typedef struct _ringbuf_t {
uint16_t iput;
} ringbuf_t;
// Static initalization:
// Static initialization:
// byte buf_array[N];
// ringbuf_t buf = {buf_array, sizeof(buf_array)};

2
py/stream.c

@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ STATIC mp_obj_t stream_readall(mp_obj_t self_in);
#define STREAM_CONTENT_TYPE(stream) (((stream)->is_text) ? &mp_type_str : &mp_type_bytes)
// Returns error condition in *errcode, if non-zero, return value is number of bytes written
// before error condition occured. If *errcode == 0, returns total bytes written (which will
// before error condition occurred. If *errcode == 0, returns total bytes written (which will
// be equal to input size).
mp_uint_t mp_stream_rw(mp_obj_t stream, void *buf_, mp_uint_t size, int *errcode, byte flags) {
byte *buf = buf_;

4
py/vm.c

@ -947,7 +947,7 @@ unwind_jump:;
DECODE_UINT;
// unum & 0xff == n_positional
// (unum >> 8) & 0xff == n_keyword
// We have folowing stack layout here:
// We have following stack layout here:
// fun arg0 arg1 ... kw0 val0 kw1 val1 ... seq dict <- TOS
sp -= (unum & 0xff) + ((unum >> 7) & 0x1fe) + 2;
#if MICROPY_STACKLESS
@ -1018,7 +1018,7 @@ unwind_jump:;
DECODE_UINT;
// unum & 0xff == n_positional
// (unum >> 8) & 0xff == n_keyword
// We have folowing stack layout here:
// We have following stack layout here:
// fun self arg0 arg1 ... kw0 val0 kw1 val1 ... seq dict <- TOS
sp -= (unum & 0xff) + ((unum >> 7) & 0x1fe) + 3;
#if MICROPY_STACKLESS

2
qemu-arm/README.md

@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ provided by QEMU (http://qemu.org).
The purposes of this port are to enable:
1. Continuous integration
- run tests agains architecture-specific parts of code base
- run tests against architecture-specific parts of code base
2. Experimentation
- simulation & prototyping of anything that has architecture-specific
code

2
tests/basics/namedtuple1.py

@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ T4 = namedtuple("TupTuple", ("foo", "bar"))
t = T4(1, 2)
print(t.foo, t.bar)
# Try single string with comma field seperator
# Try single string with comma field separator
# Not implemented so far
#T2 = namedtuple("TupComma", "foo,bar")
#t = T2(1, 2)

2
tests/basics/try_reraise2.py

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# Reraise not the latest occured exception
# Reraise not the latest occurred exception
def f():
try:
raise ValueError("val", 3)

2
tests/pyb/can.py

@ -158,7 +158,7 @@ print(can.recv(1))
del can
# Testing asyncronous send
# Testing asynchronous send
can = CAN(1, CAN.LOOPBACK)
can.setfilter(0, CAN.MASK16, 0, (0, 0, 0, 0))

2
tests/thread/stress_aes.py

@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
#
# The AES code comes first (code originates from a C version authored by D.P.George)
# and then the test harness at the bottom. It can be tuned to be more/less
# agressive by changing the amount of data to encrypt, the number of loops and
# aggressive by changing the amount of data to encrypt, the number of loops and
# the number of threads.
#
# MIT license; Copyright (c) 2016 Damien P. George on behalf of Pycom Ltd

2
tests/wipy/uart.py

@ -95,7 +95,7 @@ print(uart1.read() == None)
print(uart1.write(b'123') == 3)
print(uart0.read() == b'123')
# no pin assignemnt
# no pin assignment
uart0 = UART(0, 1000000, pins=(None, None))
print(uart0.write(b'123456789') == 9)
print(uart1.read() == None)

2
tools/insert-usb-ids.py

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# Reads the USB VID and PID from the file specifed by sys.arg[1] and then
# Reads the USB VID and PID from the file specified by sys.argv[1] and then
# inserts those values into the template file specified by sys.argv[2],
# printing the result to stdout

2
tools/pyboard.py

@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ class TelnetToSerial:
self.tn.write(bytes(password, 'ascii') + b"\r\n")
if b'for more information.' in self.tn.read_until(b'Type "help()" for more information.', timeout=read_timeout):
# login succesful
# login successful
from collections import deque
self.fifo = deque()
return

2
unix/Makefile

@ -262,7 +262,7 @@ coverage_test: coverage
gcov -o build-coverage/extmod ../extmod/*.c
# Value of configure's --host= option (required for cross-compilation).
# Deduce it from CROSS_COMPILE by default, but can be overriden.
# Deduce it from CROSS_COMPILE by default, but can be overridden.
ifneq ($(CROSS_COMPILE),)
CROSS_COMPILE_HOST = --host=$(patsubst %-,%,$(CROSS_COMPILE))
else

2
unix/modsocket.c

@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
from socket_more_funcs2 import *
-------------------
I.e. this module should stay lean, and more functions (if needed)
should be add to seperate modules (C or Python level).
should be add to separate modules (C or Python level).
*/
#define MICROPY_SOCKET_EXTRA (0)

2
windows/windows_mphal.c

@ -72,7 +72,7 @@ void mp_hal_stdio_mode_orig(void) {
// Previous versions of the mp_hal code would install a handler whenever Ctrl-C input is
// allowed and remove the handler again when it is not. That is not necessary though (1),
// and it might introduce problems (2) because console notifications are delivered to the
// application in a seperate thread.
// application in a separate thread.
// (1) mp_hal_set_interrupt_char effectively enables/disables processing of Ctrl-C via the
// ENABLE_PROCESSED_INPUT flag so in raw mode console_sighandler won't be called.
// (2) if mp_hal_set_interrupt_char would remove the handler while Ctrl-C was issued earlier,

2
zephyr/modutime.c

@ -36,7 +36,7 @@
#include "extmod/utime_mphal.h"
STATIC mp_obj_t mod_time_time(void) {
/* The absense of FP support is deliberate. The Zephyr port uses
/* The absence of FP support is deliberate. The Zephyr port uses
* single precision floats so the fraction component will start to
* lose precision on devices with a long uptime.
*/

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