Aspell Wishlist

jos poortvliet jos at
Sun Jun 10 09:38:23 BST 2007

Op Sunday 10 June 2007, schreef Richard A. Johnson:
> Aspell, the GNU spell checker is what KDE uses for its library, or at least
> is what we are using by default with Kubuntu. There is a bug report
> ( that brought my attention
> to this. By default we are running Aspell with the -C flag (run-together).
> What this does is allows two correctly spelled words to be "run together."
> Here are some examples
> fishcat, dogcat, hotsmell, yesfish, and so on. Aspell in KMail, KWrite,
> Kate and what else marks these as correct when they surely aren't. What is
> everyones thought about having Aspell run without the -C flag by default?

Well, you use run together words a lot, and I think in most cases, it is 
correct. So we should keep it on, imho.


Alles wat ik doe denk en zeg is gebaseerd op het wereldbeeld wat ik nu heb. 
Ik ben niet verantwoordelijk voor wijzigingen van de wereld, of het beeld wat 
ik daarvan heb, noch voor de daaruit voortvloeiende gedragingen van mezelf. 
Alles wat ik zeg is aardig bedoeld, tenzij expliciet vermeld.

Please avoid sending me Word or PowerPoint attachments.

   A: Because it destroys the flow of the conversation
   Q: Why is top-posting bad?
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