43040Re: [vim] syntax-files and spellchecking
- Sep 3, 2003* On Wed, Sep 03, 2003 at 12:06:08PM +0200, Bram Moolenaar <Bram@...> wrote:
> Spell checking strings? Hmm, I suppose it could be useful, althoughThat's true.
> you might get quite a few non-errors there.
However, it could be managed from the spellchecker: I can provide an
option to decide whether the spellchecking is done on strings or not
In the case the option is set to "spellcheck-strings", I need to
highlight the misspellings within the strings.
Otherwise, a more complex solution would be to provide two clusters:
@Spell and @SpellString for instance.
If the non-error is "%s", it is easy (in my plugin at least) to add it
to the list of ignored words -- just press <i>.
But I guess you are refering to things like little abreviations
programmers like to use (or things like that) since "%s" a cFormat.
I don't know what others think on this issue.
 I run a big, complex and automatically generated regex to extract only
the things that can be mispelled (strings and comments).
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