There are two spelling mistakes in rsync.yo:
diff --git a/rsync.yo b/rsync.yo
index 48d5da1d287534c8569272b6b8663329217000f8..69680566051f4a7ff47b0d84a500b35931d980be 100644
@@ -1324,7 +1324,7 @@ batch-writing option is in effect.
dit(bf(--checksum-choice=STR)) This option overrides the checksum algoriths.
If one algorithm name is specified, it is used for both the transfer checksums
-and (assuming bf(--checksum) is specifed) the pre-transfer checksumming. If two
+and (assuming bf(--checksum) is specified) the pre-transfer checksumming. If two
comma-separated names are supplied, the first name affects the transfer
checksums, and the second name affects the pre-transfer checksumming.
@@ -2334,7 +2334,7 @@ units of 1024.
The default is human-readable level 1. Each bf(-h) option increases the level
by one. You can take the level down to 0 (to output numbers as pure digits) by
-specifing the bf(--no-human-readable) (bf(--no-h)) option.
+specifying the bf(--no-human-readable) (bf(--no-h)) option.
The unit letters that are appended in levels 2 and 3 are: K (kilo), M (mega),
G (giga), or T (tera). For example, a 1234567-byte file would output as 1.23M
Fix committed to git.