Re: integrated spell check for vim
I use aspell from the command mode, ":! aspell -c %". Works great for
me and it supports many dictionaries.
On Tue, Nov 18, 2003 at 06:12:17PM -0500, Emma Jane Hogbin wrote:
> Is there an quasi intelligent way of spell checking files from within vim?
> I'm looking for the ability to:
> - ignore tags (or possibly even tell me if a tag is not part of a DTD,
> but one thing at a time)
> - set the dictionary (e.g. UK or US English)
> I typically spell check my documents with ispell -c, but I'd prefer to do
> the checking without having to quit vim to spell check the document.
> I just installed gvim (I've been quite happily managing without the extra
> pulldown bits for years, but figured I'd give it a shot). I noticed that
> the locales package was grabbed at the same time, but :spell and :SPCheck
> both say the command is not found.
> Emma Jane Hogbin
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