Codespell report for "mesa" (on fossies.org)
The FOSS server fossies.org - supporting also the mesa project - offers among others a feature named "Source code misspelling reports". Such reports are normally only generated on request, but as Fossies administrator I have just created for testing purposes such a codespell based analysis for the mesa GitLab "main" version:
That version independent URL hopefully always redirects to the report for the latest "main" version identified by the short GitLab commit ID and a year-month-day string (YYMMDD) representing the according git pull date (mostly = commit date). The data are residing within a special restricted "test" folder that isn't really integrated into the standard Fossies services and should also not be accessible to search engines. The report should be available at least for some weeks and is continuously updated (currently every four hours).
Although after a first review some obviously wrong matches ("False Positives") are already filtered out (ignored) please inform me if you find more of them so that I can exclude them if applicable.
In particular, I also had trouble deciding which subdirectories should be excluded as external source code and which should not.
Ok, spelling corrections certainly have a low priority, but they may also contribute to the overall quality of a software project.
Edit: I just changed the cloned and analyzed repo from "master" to "main" (the new default). The originally given "master" URLs will still be reachable for a week; a significant difference is actually only the for "main" missing misspelling history of "master" that does not yet exist for "main" due to the changeover