RE: Slightly OT: iSpell for win32?
> -----Original Message-----I use aspell http://aspell.sf.net
> From: christopher.j.meisenzahl@...
> Sent: Monday, September 30, 2002 8:22 AM
> To: vim@...
> Subject: Slightly OT: iSpell for win32?
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> Sorry if this has been posted and I missed it. What are some
> good sources for
> iSpell for win32 binaries? Anything better?
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> I've decided to just spell check my text files outside of vim.
> Thanks very much, this is a great list!
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- On Mon, 30 Sep 2002 10:57:30 -0400 "Aldrich, Timothy" <timothy.aldrich@...> wrote:
> I use aspell http://aspell.sf.netSo is
a warning, a slap at the old aspell, a claim
that spelling does not matter absolutly
after all, or what? ;-)
PS I actually suspect it reflects the following:
"Unfortunately, Kevin Atkinson, the sole maintainer of GNU
Aspell has very little time to maintain and develop future
versions of Aspell. Thus, he is desperately looking for
someone to help with the maintenance and development of
Aspell. A lot of tasks need to be done before Kevin will
consider Aspell complete, but without some outside help GNU
Aspell will probably never make it."