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Re: [patch] update info in ":help spell-mkspell" about OpenOffice dictionaries

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... Thanks, I ll include this. -- I ve been teaching myself to play the piano for about 5 years and now write most of my songs on it, mainly because I can
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      Dominique Pelle wrote:

      > ":help spell-mkspell" says:
      >
      > ---------------------------------------------------------------------
      > You can create a Vim spell file from the .aff and .dic files that Myspell
      > uses. Myspell is used by OpenOffice.org and Mozilla. You should be able to
      > find them here:
      > http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Dictionaries
      > ---------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      > This link actually points to the old OpenOffice-2.x dictionaries.
      > OpenOffice-3.x dictionaries uses a different format (.oxt files)
      > but I just found out that it's possible to also convert them to
      > Vim dictionaries. The .oxt files are just zip files which contain,
      > among other things, the .dic and .aff files.
      >
      > The link to OpenOffice-3.x contains more dictionaries than
      > the link to OpenOffice-2.x dictionaries.
      >
      > So how about updating ":help spell-mkpell" as in attached
      > patch, with the more recent link to OpenOffice-3.x dictionaries?

      Thanks, I'll include this.

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