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RE: Spellchecking of manuals

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-07-10 14:18:33 CEST

Hi Simon,

> From the 0.50.3 help file:
> The option add|rem-sgml-extension controls which file extensions are
> recognized as sgml/html files. The default is html, htm, php, and
> sgml. The extension are not case sensitive so extensions like .HTM
> will also be recognized.
> Looks like xml is not one of the default extensions.

That's not the problem. Aspell is started in sgml mode via the command line
and reads from standard input. The name of the file doesn't matter.

In section "4.2.3 Filter Options" it says that aspell 0.50 only knows the
sgml-check command which tells it to check the given attributes. Later
versions of aspell know the sgml-skip command which tells them to skip the
given sgml tags.

- Lübbe

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