```--- a/inst/@galois/deconv.m
+++ b/inst/@galois/deconv.m
@@ -33,17 +33,17 @@
endif

if (!isgalois (y) && !isgalois (a))
-    error("deconv: at least one argument must be a galois variable");
+    error ("deconv: at least one argument must be a galois variable");
elseif (!isgalois (y))
-    y = gf(y, a.m, a.prim_poly);
+    y = gf (y, a.m, a.prim_poly);
elseif (!isgalois (a))
-    a = gf(a, y.m, y.prim_poly);
+    a = gf (a, y.m, y.prim_poly);
elseif (a.m != y.m && a.prim_poly != y.prim_poly)
-    error("deconv: both vectors must be in the same galois field");
+    error ("deconv: both vectors must be in the same galois field");
endif

-  if (min(size(a)) > 1 || min(size(y)) > 1)
-    error("deconv: both arguments must be vectors");
+  if (min (size (a)) > 1 || min (size (y)) > 1)
+    error ("deconv: both arguments must be vectors");
endif

la = length (a);
@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@
elseif (ly == la)
b = filter (y, a, 1);
else
-    b = gf(0, y.m, y.prim_poly);
+    b = gf (0, y.m, y.prim_poly);
endif

lc = la + length (b) - 1;
@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@
else
## Can't concatenate galois variables like this yet
## r = [(zeros (1, lc - ly)), y] - conv (a, b);
-    r = gf([(zeros (1, lc - ly)), y], y.m, y.prim_poly) - conv (a, b);
+    r = gf ([(zeros (1, lc - ly)), y], y.m, y.prim_poly) - conv (a, b);
endif

endfunction
```