- Bill McCarthy wrote:
> I have rebuilt mobythes.aur to have on two words perYou never know how people actually use this feature. You could also use
> line by transforming: a,b,c,d
> I have also eliminated all lines containing space,
> dash or '/' (this also eliminated all lines with "'" or
> I found that your method of selecting any found word.
> and associating with it any word to the right, to be
> most unsatisfactory.
> I had to add a "b,a" line for every "a,b" (since if a
> associates with b, then, for the same nuance, b
> associates with a).
> This, unfortunately, increases the size of my new
> binary thesaurus to 42.96 million bytes (the original
> file is 24.85 million bytes).
> Although my new file works beautifully, it would by
> half the size (and about twice as fast) if you also
> used the first word on a line (the root word) as a
> valid association (instead of the somewhat illogical
> all words to the right).
> > I hesitate to change how it works, some people might depend on how it's
> > currently working. You are the first to make the remark that you would
> > like to see it work in another way. I don't know how many people like
> > to keep it the way it is...
> Even if there are people out there that love the way it
> currently works, adding the root word as an association
> (which it is and a far better one that an arbitrary on
> on the right) should not break anything.
it for programming with names of library functions...
Nevertheless, I still want to find out how many people would run into
trouble versus how many people are helped when changing this.
> BTW, I love the latest additions to spell checking. zGI'm glad you like it. I'm done with adding features to spelling for
> satisfies the need to mark words OK temporarily and the
> multiple files with individual access in 'spellfile' is
> wonderfully flexible and useful.
now. Now let people use it for a while to find out any problems.
hundred-and-one symptoms of being an internet addict:
221. Your wife melts your keyboard in the oven.
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