Commit d26677a4 authored by Kent Engström's avatar Kent Engström

Corrected spelling errors, etc.

(Conference Type): reserved1 is now called forbid-secret.
(lookup-z-name): use correct call in examples.
parent fe1db6fc
......@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
@c
@c FIXME: Explain how the garb works with nice and keep-commented
@c
@c $Id: Protocol-A.texi,v 1.87 1999/07/11 23:41:54 ceder Exp $
@c $Id: Protocol-A.texi,v 1.88 1999/07/13 21:29:46 kent Exp $
@c %**start of header
@setfilename protocol-a.info
@settitle LysKOM Protocol A
......@@ -1863,8 +1863,6 @@ Set if anonymous articles are allowed in the conference.
@item forbid-secret
If set, secret members cannot be added to the conference.
@item reserved1
@itemx reserved2
@itemx reserved3
Reserved for future use. The values of these bits should be never be
......@@ -3325,10 +3323,8 @@ privilege level 7 or higher enabled.
This call is used to find the number of unread texts in a conference.
The data it returns is actually a membership structure which specifies
which texts have been read. It is up to the client to transform the data
to a more usable form. @code{person} is the person being queried is to
be made and @code{conference} is the conference in question.
This call may be issued without logging in.
to a more usable form. @code{person} is the person being queried
and @code{conference} is the conference in question.
Calling @code{query-read-texts-old} does not require the session to be
logged in.
......@@ -5744,7 +5740,7 @@ Similar to @pxref{create-text-old}, but the text is created the author
field set to zero. Not even the server has a record of who created the
text.
the original intended use for this call was for importing texts from
The original intended use for this call was for importing texts from
other sources, such as WWW, FTP or Gopher, but some clients include
explicit support for sending anonymous texts to a server.
......@@ -5886,7 +5882,7 @@ There is no text preceding text @code{start}.
@end example
This call is used to log in. The session is logged in as person number
@code{pers-no} is @code{passwd} is the correct password for that person.
@code{pers-no} if @code{passwd} is the correct password for that person.
If @code{is-invisible} is true, the session is invisible. It will not be
returned by @code{who-is-on} and @code{who-is-on-ident} and the
invisible flag of the dynamic session info (@pxref{LysKOM Data Types}
......@@ -6363,13 +6359,13 @@ See also @pxref{re-z-lookup} for an alternative way to look up names.
Refer to @pxref{Name Expansion} for details on the matching process.
@example
1 74 0H 1 1
1 76 0H 1 1
@t{=1 4 @{ 15HTest Conference 0000 10 11HDavid Byers 1001 6}
@t{ 21HTrains (-) Discussion 0000 11 4HJohn 1001 9 @}}
2 74 0H 0 1
2 76 0H 0 1
@t{=1 2 @{ 15HTest Conference 0000 10}
@t{ 21HTrains (-) Discussion 0000 11@}}
3 74 3HT C 1 1
3 76 3HT C 1 1
@t{=3 2 @{ 15HTest Conference 0000 10}
@t{ 21HTrains (-) Discussion 0000 11@}}
@end example
......@@ -7200,12 +7196,10 @@ complete the call anyway.
This call is used to find the number of unread texts in a conference.
The data it returns is actually a membership structure which specifies
which texts have been read. It is up to the client to transform the data
to a more usable form. @code{person} is the person being queried is to
be made and @code{conference} is the conference in question.
This call may be issued without logging in.
to a more usable form. @code{person} is the person being queried
and @code{conference} is the conference in question.
Calling @code{query-read-texts-old} does not require the session to be logged in.
Calling @code{query-read-texts} does not require the session to be logged in.
@i{Example:}
@example
......@@ -7222,6 +7216,8 @@ number) and that all articles up to and including local number 133 plus
articles 135, 136 and 137 have been read. The membership was added by
person 5, and it is passive.
@c FIXME: Is the example correct? Shouldn't there be a time
@c after "5" and before "01000000"? / kent 990711
@unnumberedsubsec Error codes
......@@ -7691,7 +7687,7 @@ messages they want. Servers are encouraged to preselect the
were sent prior to the introduction of @code{accept-async}.
An asynchronous message is sent as a colon immediately followed by the
number of message parameters, the message numbers and the message
number of message parameters, the message number and the message
parameters. For example, message number 5 could be sent as
@example
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