Changeset 3006 in josm for trunk/src


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Timestamp:
2010-02-17T21:47:34+01:00 (10 years ago)
Author:
mjulius
Message:

fix a bunch of typos

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1 edited

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  • trunk/src/org/openstreetmap/josm/gui/progress/ProgressMonitor.java

    r2512 r3006  
    33
    44/**
    5  * Typical usecase is:
     5 * Typical use case is:
    66 * <pre>
    77 *   monitor.beginTask()
     
    2222 * If task consists of multiple tasks then {@link #createSubTaskMonitor(int, boolean)} may be used. It
    2323 * will create new ProgressMonitor, then can be passed to the subtask. Subtask doesn't know whether
    24  * it runs standalono or as a part of other task. Progressbar will be updated so that total progress is
     24 * it runs standalone or as a part of other task. Progressbar will be updated so that total progress is
    2525 * shown, not just progress of the subtask
    2626 *
    27  * All ProgressMonitor implemenenatations should be thread safe.
     27 * All ProgressMonitor implementations should be thread safe.
    2828 *
    2929 */
     
    4545
    4646    /**
    47      * Starts this progress monitor. Must be called excatly once
     47     * Starts this progress monitor. Must be called exactly once
    4848     * @param title
    4949     * @param ticks
     
    5353     * Finish this progress monitor, close the dialog or inform the parent progress monitor
    5454     * that it can continue with other tasks. Must be called at least once (if called multiply times
    55      * then futher calls are ignored)
     55     * then further calls are ignored)
    5656     */
    5757    void finishTask();
     
    8787
    8888    /**
    89      * Subtask that will show progress runing back and forworth
     89     * Subtask that will show progress running back and forth
    9090     * @param title Can be null, in that case task title is not changed
    9191     */
     
    9797    void subTask(String title);
    9898    /**
    99      * Shows additonal text
     99     * Shows additional text
    100100     */
    101101    void setCustomText(String text);
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