[sip-comm-dev] A really really really trivial fix


#1

While browsing the SIP Communicator API today I found a typo in the
javadoc for net.java.sip.communicator.service.configuration.event.VetoableChangeListener.
In the description for the vetoableChange method, it states: "the
propedrtyChange method will be called next to indicate that the change
has taken place."

I know this is pretty silly, but I am sending a patch for two reasons:

(1) I am a little bit anal retentive and I get a strange sense of
satisfaction from fixing things

(2) It makes the javadoc looks sloppy, which is generally a bad thing.

thanks (for humoring me) :slight_smile:

VetoableChangeListener.patch (1014 Bytes)

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Ryan Ricard
evilhecubus@gmail.com
ryan.ricard@student.utdallas.edu


#2

Hey Ryan,

I think we have many of these so don't hesitate to send as many as you
find. I also saw another one in the very same comment.

Committed!

Cheers
Emil

Ryan Ricard wrote:

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While browsing the SIP Communicator API today I found a typo in the
javadoc for net.java.sip.communicator.service.configuration.event.VetoableChangeListener.
In the description for the vetoableChange method, it states: "the
propedrtyChange method will be called next to indicate that the change
has taken place."

I know this is pretty silly, but I am sending a patch for two reasons:

(1) I am a little bit anal retentive and I get a strange sense of
satisfaction from fixing things

(2) It makes the javadoc looks sloppy, which is generally a bad thing.

thanks (for humoring me) :slight_smile:

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