Commit f11756e5 authored by Tomek Mrugalski's avatar Tomek Mrugalski 🛰

[5287] Minor grammar corrections.

parent 01495d15
......@@ -486,8 +486,8 @@
from which to extract the information, with a value of 0 indicating
the relay closest to the DHCPv6 server. Negative values allow to
specify relays counted from the DHCPv6 client, -1 indicating the
relay closest. In general negative "nest" level is the same than
the number of relays + "nest" level.
relay closest to the client. In general negative "nest" level is
the same as the number of relays + "nest" level.
If the requested encapsulation doesn't exist an empty string ""
is returned. This expression is allowed in DHCPv6 only.
</para></listitem>
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......@@ -1135,12 +1135,12 @@ TEST_F(TokenTest, relay6Option) {
// Level 2, no encapsulation so no options
verifyRelay6Option(2, 100, TokenOption::TEXTUAL, "");
// Level -1, the same than level 1
// Level -1, the same as level 1
verifyRelay6Option(-1, 100, TokenOption::TEXTUAL, "hundred.one");
verifyRelay6Option(-1, 101, TokenOption::TEXTUAL, "");
verifyRelay6Option(-1, 102, TokenOption::TEXTUAL, "hundredtwo.one");
// Level -2, the same than level 0
// Level -2, the same as level 0
verifyRelay6Option(-2, 100, TokenOption::TEXTUAL, "hundred.zero");
verifyRelay6Option(-2, 100, TokenOption::EXISTS, "true");
verifyRelay6Option(-2, 101, TokenOption::TEXTUAL, "hundredone.zero");
......@@ -1492,11 +1492,11 @@ TEST_F(TokenTest, relay6Field) {
// Level 2 has no encapsulation so the address should be zero length
verifyRelay6Eval(2, TokenRelay6Field::LINKADDR, 0, zeroaddr);
// Level -1 is the same than level 1
// Level -1 is the same as level 1
verifyRelay6Eval(-1, TokenRelay6Field::LINKADDR, 16, linkaddr);
verifyRelay6Eval(-1, TokenRelay6Field::PEERADDR, 16, peeraddr);
// Level -2 is the same than level 0
// Level -2 is the same as level 0
verifyRelay6Eval(-2, TokenRelay6Field::LINKADDR, 16, zeroaddr);
verifyRelay6Eval(-2, TokenRelay6Field::PEERADDR, 16, zeroaddr);
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