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RE: Spellchecking of manuals

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-07-06 09:22:47 CEST

Hi Simon,

You wrote:

> Short is the word ;) The instructions on aspell.net were non-existent
> too, and since Nant only runs on Windows, the bit about installing for
> your preferred OS seems a little optimistic.

Since TortoiseSVN runs on windows only, I assume that this constraint is
acceptable :)
> I found the real link to the win32 files by accident, as the main page
> gives no link. It is http://aspell.net/win32/

Unfortunately the aspell windows port doesn't seem to be maintained anymore,
but Aspell is the only spell checker that I found so far, which can handle
XML files.

> The readme also says that we need Aspell.bat to make it work, but it
> gives no clue what should go in that file, or where it should be
> located.

Sorry my bad. Aspell.bat added to the repository a few seconds ago.

Cheers & thanks
- Lübbe

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