```--- a/src/gf.cc
+++ b/src/gf.cc
@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@
other matrices will be converted to the same Galois field when used in an\n\
arithmetic operation with a Galois field.\n\
\n\
-@seealso{isprimitive,primpoly}\n\
+@seealso{isprimitive, primpoly}\n\
@end deftypefn")
{
Matrix data;
@@ -262,7 +262,7 @@
but it is somewhat less cryptic to use @code{reshape} instead of the\n\
colon operator. Note that the total number of elements in the original\n\
matrix must match the total number of elements in the new matrix.\n\
-@seealso{reshape,:}\n\
+@seealso{reshape, :}\n\
@end deftypefn")
{
octave_value retval;
@@ -1206,7 +1206,7 @@
By default the parity symbols are placed at the end of the coded message.\n\
The variable @var{parpos} controls this positioning and can take the values\n\
@qcode{\"beginning\"} or @qcode{\"end\"}.\n\
-@seealso{gf,rsdec,rsgenpoly}\n\
+@seealso{gf, rsdec, rsgenpoly}\n\
@end deftypefn")
{
octave_value retval;
@@ -1737,7 +1737,7 @@
@qcode{\"beginning\"} or @qcode{\"end\"}. If the parity symbols are at the end, the message is\n\
treated with the most-significant symbol first, otherwise the message is\n\
treated with the least-significant symbol first.\n\
-@seealso{gf,rsenc,rsgenpoly}\n\
+@seealso{gf, rsenc, rsgenpoly}\n\
@end deftypefn")
{
octave_value_list retval;
@@ -2054,7 +2054,7 @@
By default the parity symbols are placed at the beginning of the coded\n\
message. The variable @var{parpos} controls this positioning and can take\n\
the values @qcode{\"beginning\"} or @qcode{\"end\"}.\n\
-@seealso{bchpoly,bchdeco,encode}\n\
+@seealso{bchpoly, bchdeco, encode}\n\
@end deftypefn")
{
octave_value retval;
@@ -2364,7 +2364,7 @@
By default the parity symbols are assumed to be placed at the beginning of\n\
the coded message. The variable @var{parpos} controls this positioning and\n\
can take the values @qcode{\"beginning\"} or @qcode{\"end\"}.\n\
-@seealso{bchpoly,bchenco,decode,primpoly}\n\
+@seealso{bchpoly, bchenco, decode, primpoly}\n\
@end deftypefn")
{
octave_value_list retval;
```