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Re: Spellchecking of manuals

From: Stanislav Petrakov <stannic_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-16 16:34:36 CEST

Hi Simon,

2007/7/16, Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn@googlemail.com>:
> There is one curiosity of the spell-checker which I don't understand.
> In TortoiseMerge, I get spelling errors for:
> patchoriginal
> patchpatched
> oneway
> reversedpatch
> which I understand, because they are not in any of the removed tags.
> But I should also get errors for things like:
> theirsname
> minename
> mergedname
> which I don't understand because those are not real words, and they
> are not in my dictionaries, but they still don't get flagged as
> errors. Do we have the aspell setting which allows concatenation of
> words enabled by mistake?
> Hopefully these particular words will go away with a change to the tag
> stripper, but it highlights a group of words which aspell is not
> catching.

I've found a bug in Aspell's sgml filter (as at 0.50.x): it don't
handle quote marks correctly.
So spellchecking begins when single quote in "don't" in /patchpath
pair with earlier quote :) Solution: place single quote right after
last one in many-ATTENTION comment (or write there another "don't" ;)

Seriously: does anybody volunteer to build apell 0.60 on Windows?


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Received on Mon Jul 16 16:33:59 2007

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