Commit ba4cb1c1 authored by marshal_'s avatar marshal_ Committed by Ian Goldberg

Fix: typo in README and context.c comment

Fixes #30Signed-off-by: marshal_'s avatarmarshal <info@startplaza.nu>
Signed-off-by: 's avatarDavid Goulet <dgoulet@ev0ke.net>
Signed-off-by: 's avatarIan Goldberg <iang@cs.uwaterloo.ca>
parent 54e84dff
......@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ You will also need an OtrlUserState. An OtrlUserState encapsulates the
list of known fingerprints and the list of private keys, so it should be
"one per user". Many OTR-enabled programs (such as IM clients) only have a
single user, so for them, you can just create a single one, and use it
thoughout. Create an OtrlUserState as follows:
throughout. Create an OtrlUserState as follows:
userstate = otrl_userstate_create();
......
......@@ -248,7 +248,7 @@ ConnContext * otrl_context_find_recent_secure_instance(ConnContext * context)
* add_app_data(data, context) so that app_data and app_data_free can be
* filled in by the application, and set *addedp to 1.
* In the 'their_instance' field note that you can also specify a 'meta-
* instance' value such as OTRL_INSTAG_MASTER, OTRL_INSTAL_RECENT,
* instance' value such as OTRL_INSTAG_MASTER, OTRL_INSTAG_RECENT,
* OTRL_INSTAG_RECENT_RECEIVED and OTRL_INSTAG_RECENT_SENT. */
ConnContext * otrl_context_find(OtrlUserState us, const char *user,
const char *accountname, const char *protocol,
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