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authorFrederic Roussel" <>2009-11-17 18:01:22 (GMT)
committerFrederic Roussel" <>2009-11-17 18:01:22 (GMT)
commit785751e7f3f816ac47ca6964cad1a244a7f1333f (patch)
parentc3859e978cb823e318987680fb56c07736103e67 (diff)
Fix typos and adjust some documentation.
(transplanted from 19205498184e299fb45a4addebcf7b480f119165)
2 files changed, 6 insertions, 6 deletions
diff --git a/ b/
index b0dd31d..57c34cf 100644
--- a/
+++ b/
@@ -129,7 +129,7 @@ docs/ct-ng.1.gz: docs/ct-ng.1
# We create a script fragment that is parseable from inside a Makefile,
# but also from inside a shell script, hence the reason why we don't
-# use := to set varaibles, although that will incur a (very small)
+# use := to set variables, although that will incur a (very small)
# penalty from the Makefile that includes it (due to re-evaluation at
# each call).
diff --git a/docs/overview.txt b/docs/overview.txt
index 61b4cba..70593df 100644
--- a/docs/overview.txt
+++ b/docs/overview.txt
@@ -331,22 +331,22 @@ Stopping and restarting a build |
If you want to stop the build after a step you are debugging, you can pass the
variable STOP to make:
- ct-ng STOP=some_step
+ ct-ng build STOP=some_step
Conversely, if you want to restart a build at a specific step you are
debugging, you can pass the RESTART variable to make:
- ct-ng RESTART=some_step
+ ct-ng build RESTART=some_step
Alternatively, you can call make with the name of a step to just do that step:
ct-ng libc_headers
is equivalent to:
- ct-ng RESTART=libc_headers STOP=libc_headers
+ ct-ng build RESTART=libc_headers STOP=libc_headers
The shortcuts +step_name and step_name+ allow to respectively stop or restart
at that step. Thus:
- ct-ng +libc_headers and: ct-ng libc_headers+
+ ct-ng +libc_headers and: ct-ng libc_headers+
are equivalent to:
- ct-ng STOP=libc_headers and: ct-ng RESTART=libc_headers
+ ct-ng build STOP=libc_headers and: ct-ng build RESTART=libc_headers
To obtain the list of acceptable steps, please call:
ct-ng list-steps