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The Debian wamerican*, wbritish*, and wcanadian* wordlist packages are built from (appropriate collections of) these same lists. Install one (or more) of those packages if you want a comprehensive word list; install scowl if you (also) want to pick and choose the pieces that comprise those lists.
You can learn more about SCOWL (and other English word lists) at http://wordlist.sourceforge.net/
$Id: README.Debian,v 1.2 2003/06/17 04:09:49 david Exp $ The Debian English word lists (wamerican*, wbritish*, wcanadian*) and the Debian "scowl" package are all built from the upstream SCOWL word lists. See this package's copyright file for more details about SCOWL. The Debian scowl package installs the raw SCOWL "final/" word lists into /usr/share/dict/scowl/. See /usr/share/doc/scowl/README more»
Spell Checking Oriented Word Lists (SCOWL) Revision 7.1 (SVN Revision 161) January 6, 2011 by Kevin Atkinson (firstname.lastname@example.org) The SCOWL is a collection of word lists split up in various sizes, and other categories, intended to be suitable for use in spell checkers. However, I am sure it will have numerous other uses as well. The latest version can be found at http://wordlist.sourceforge.net/. T more»
scowl (7.1-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release - Move dieing to english-words.80 (Closes: #515896) - Modularises is in english-words.80 (Closes: #634824) * Remove uniprocessorunix, thanks to Dean Menezes (Closes: #530456) * afterward and afterwards are both perfectly legitimate english words; add them to english-words.10 (Closes: #564032) * Add unices, unixen to ha more»
This package was debianized by David Coe <email@example.com> on Sun, 15 Jun 2003. SCOWL (Spell Chec more»