Encapsulates access to the Ispell program
Lingua::Ispell::spellcheck() takes one argument. It must be
a string, and it should contain only printable characters.
One allowable exception is a terminal newline, which will be
chomped off anyway. The line is fed to a coprocess running
ispell for analysis. ispell parses the line into "terms"
according to the language-specific rules in effect.
A simple "spellchecking" program is included in this distribution.
It is a perl program named "spellcheck". It simply prints the
analysis of the input text; it provides no way to modify the text.
It is simply given as a demonstration of the module. Type
for a usage summary. If no input files are specified, it will
read from stdin. After each line of input, it will pr
Lingua::Ispell(3)User Contributed Perl DocumentatioLingua::Ispell(3)
Lingua::Ispell.pm - a module encapsulating access to the
Note: this module was previously known as Text::Ispell; if
you have Text::Ispell installed on your system, it is now
obsolete and should be replaced by Lingua::Ispell.
ispell, when reporting on mi
Revision history for Perl extension Lingua::Ispell.
0.07 Tue Apr 18 11:09:59 EDT 2000
- removed support for non-terse mode; this saves me from having to try to
parse the input line the same as ispell does. The downside is that user
programs don't get reports on correctly spelled words. Hopefully this
fixes a lot of bugs.
- "*_dictionaries" subs renamed as "*_dictionary"
0.06 Fri A
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