Commit d04505ce authored by Jeremy C. Reed's avatar Jeremy C. Reed
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[master] fix typos in ChangeLog

fixed a couple typos and add spaces before some parentheses.
parent 77d792c9
......@@ -21,13 +21,13 @@ bind10-devel-20110519 released on May 19, 2011
(Trac #811, git 88504d121c5e08fff947b92e698a54d24d14c375)
239. [bug] jerry
src/bin/xfrout: If a zone doesn't have notify slaves(only has
src/bin/xfrout: If a zone doesn't have notify slaves (only has
one apex ns record - the primary master name server) will cause
b10-xfrout uses 100% of CPU.
(Trac #684, git d11b5e89203a5340d4e5ca51c4c02db17c33dc1f)
238. [func] zhang likun
Implement the simplest forwarder, which pass everything throught
Implement the simplest forwarder, which pass everything through
except QID, port number. The response will not be cached.
(Trac #598_new, git 8e28187a582820857ef2dae9b13637a3881f13ba)
......@@ -122,14 +122,14 @@ bind10-devel-20110519 released on May 19, 2011
(Trac #781, git 9df42279a47eb617f586144dce8cce680598558a)
225. [func] naokikambe
Added the HTTP/XML interface(b10-stats-httpd) to the
Added the HTTP/XML interface (b10-stats-httpd) to the
statistics feature in BIND 10. b10-stats-httpd is a standalone
HTTP server and it requests statistics data to the stats
daemon(b10-stats) and sends it to HTTP clients in XML
daemon (b10-stats) and sends it to HTTP clients in XML
format. Items of the data collected via b10-stats-httpd
are almost equivalent to ones which are collected via
bindctl. Since it also can send XSL(Extensible Stylessheet
Language) document and XSD(XML Schema definition) document,
bindctl. Since it also can send XSL (Extensible Stylesheet
Language) document and XSD (XML Schema definition) document,
XML document is human-friendly to view through web browsers
and its data types are strictly defined.
(Trac #547, git 1cbd51919237a6e65983be46e4f5a63d1877b1d3)
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