change to environment.rst heat doc

corrected typo for signalling (signaling)
changed to behavior for consistency
fixed capitalization to comply with doc conventions
https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Documentation/Conventions

Change-Id: I21788bb16877d5034e2e2c5e6905229f43342efb
changes/19/177919/1
Shilla Saebi 8 years ago
parent 8d2f1e1fd3
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      doc/source/template_guide/environment.rst

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Environments
============
The environment is used to affect the runtime behaviour of the
The environment is used to affect the runtime behavior of the
template. It provides a way to override the resource
implementations and provide a mechanism to place parameters
that the service needs.
@ -72,7 +72,7 @@ If the "my_env.yaml" file from the example above had been put in the
Usage examples
--------------
1) Pass parameters into Heat
1) Pass parameters into heat
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
::
@ -159,7 +159,7 @@ Example:
another_resource:
hooks: [pre-create, pre-update]
When Heat encounters a resource that has a hook, it will pause the resource
When heat encounters a resource that has a hook, it will pause the resource
action until the hook is cleared. Any resources that depend on it will wait as
well. Any resources that don't will be created in parallel (unless they have
hooks, too).
@ -179,5 +179,5 @@ This example:
will pause while creating `app_server` and `database_server` but not `server`
or `app_network`.
Hook is cleared by signalling the resource with `{unset_hook: pre-create}` (or
Hook is cleared by signaling the resource with `{unset_hook: pre-create}` (or
`pre-update`).

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