Re: mail syntax file update (spell errors with vim7).
- Gautam Iyer wrote:
> > > PS: Incase I did not say so already, the spell feature looks *GREAT*.I will have a look at aspell later. However, I expect to run into the
> > > Thanks a *TON*. I don't know if you plan on implementing replacement
> > > suggestions or not, but that part is not as usefull (and can easily
> > > be implemented by piping to aspell or somehting). Thanks again!
> > I haven't looked into making suggestions yet. If the code is not too
> > complicated I could include it, otherwise I'll leave it to a library.
> > Disadvantage of the last is that the Vim word lists may differ from what
> > the library uses, thus you might get conflicting suggestions.
> > What program gives the best suggestions, aspell, myspell
> > (OpenOffice/Mozilla), others?
> According to the aspell website, no other program (myspell, msword etc)
> comes close to aspell in this. In my experience so far, aspell has been
> *great* in suggesting replacements (the newest version learns while
> suggesting). I have no experience with agrep though, so I can't compare.
> Mabye someone else has used both, and can give a better idea? Again,
> personally I think it's easy to implement this part using scripts, so I
> wouldn't mind too much if vim7 had no suggestion mechanism.
problem that the aspell code is very difficult to understand. I had
that problem when looking at the basic spell checking code. The Myspell
author had the same problem.
> Since we're talking about spelling again I have one more suggestion:In Vim spell terminology you don't ignore words, you add words to a word
> (maybe this came up already, or maybe this is already possible). I would
> like to mark words in the current buffer to be ignored while spelling.
> (For instance 'vim' gets highlighted as an error while viewing help
> files). Any chance of having a 'spellignore' option listing all bad
> words? Or having a 'spellignorefile' option pointing to a file that
> lists all bad words (in clear text). Better still having both? (This way
> a few bad words can be set by a modeline, and the user's list of custom
> words can be stored in a special file. This aproach helps greatly when
> typing for instance latex documents. All math geek terms can be stored
> in a ~/.mathgeek file, and the user can use
> :au bufread,bufnewfile *.tex setlocal spellignorefile=~/.mathgeek
> With these options it's easy to write scripts/mappings to add the
> current word to either spellignore or spellignorefile :). Or you can
> include them by default.
list and tell Vim to use it. The implementation of user/project/system
word lists and commands to quickly add a word to them is still to be done.
Something else would be to explicitly mark a word as bad. This is
useful if a word is in a system dictionary but you want to avoid it
anyway (e.g, "vim" is in the dictionary but you always want to use
"Vim"). A suggestion for correction would need to come with it.
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