From: <carlmoore@us...>  20121107 18:15:41

Revision: 53499 http://brlcad.svn.sourceforge.net/brlcad/?rev=53499&view=rev Author: carlmoore Date: 20121107 18:15:34 +0000 (Wed, 07 Nov 2012) Log Message:  change ie to i.e., and fix 1 spelling Modified Paths:  brlcad/trunk/src/libbn/plane.c Modified: brlcad/trunk/src/libbn/plane.c ===================================================================  brlcad/trunk/src/libbn/plane.c 20121107 18:01:50 UTC (rev 53498) +++ brlcad/trunk/src/libbn/plane.c 20121107 18:15:34 UTC (rev 53499) @@ 848,7 +848,7 @@ @endverbatim *  * While the parametric form is usually used to denote a ray (ie, + * While the parametric form is usually used to denote a ray (i.e., * positive values of the parameter only), in this case the full line * is considered. * @@ 1090,7 +1090,7 @@ /* To keep the values of u between 0 and 1. C should NOT be * scaled to have unit length. However, it is a good idea to make  * sure that C is a nonzero vector, (ie, that A and B are + * sure that C is a nonzero vector, (i.e., that A and B are * distinct). */ if ((ctol = MAGSQ_2D(c)) <= tol>dist_sq) { @@ 3041,7 +3041,7 @@ * * This algorithm is based on expressing the distance squared, taking * partials with respect to the two unknown parameters (dist[0] and  * dist[1]), setting the two partails equal to 0, and solving the two + * dist[1]), setting the two partials equal to 0, and solving the two * simultaneous equations */ int @@ 3226,7 +3226,7 @@ if (mindist < ((sv = (*min  *pt) / *dir))) mindist = sv; } else {  /* If direction component along this axis is NEAR 0, (ie, + /* If direction component along this axis is NEAR 0, (i.e., * this ray is aligned with this axis), merely check * against the boundaries. */ This was sent by the SourceForge.net collaborative development platform, the world's largest Open Source development site. 