Dominique Pellé wrote:
> Attached patch adds the AAP files to build the Breton dictionary for Vim
> in utf-8 and latin1 encoding from the OpenOffice-3.x Breton dictionary.
> Breton (Brezhoneg, language code "br") is a Celtic language spoken in
> Brittany (west of France) which is closely related to Cornish and Welsh
> For more information about Breton, see:
> One odd thing which I did not understand: I had to put "set spell"
> in vim/runtime/spell/br/main.aap at line 19 or else the generated
> br.utf-8.spl was somehow incorrect?! Why? The incorrect br.utf-8/spl
> gave error: "E763: Word characters differ between spell files" when
> trying to use it. Somehow the "set spell" in main.aap fixes it.
I attach an updated patch for the Breton dictionary:
- I removed the "set spell" workaround which is no longer
necessary after one of my recent patch to init_spell_chartab() (src/spell.c)
- I added MIDWORD ' in runtime/spell/br/br_FR.diff
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