Is there a version/improvment of ispell that: % Lets you exclude certain sections of a file from spellchecking? Example: I often email sendmail logs with their random-character queue ids. I don't want ispell to check those cut/pasted logs.
% Lets you declare correctly-spelled words as being incorrect? % Example: I often misspell the word "cron" as "corn"; ispell obviously doesn't catch this. I rarely use the word "corn". I want to remove "corn" from the dictionary w/o actually tweaking /usr/dict/words or whatever ispell uses. I know you can *add* words (using %$HOME/.ispell_english for example), but what spellchecker lets you *remove* them as well? I know about aspell, but think it suffers from the same limitations (in fact, ti may be the same program?) I posted a similar query to aspell-u...@gnu.org earlier, but got no reply, so I thought I'd try this list instead. -- We're just a Bunch Of Regular Guys, a collective group that's trying to understand and assimilate technology. We feel that resistance to new ideas and technology is unwise and ultimately futile. [for absolute pedants: yes, I misspelled improvement incorrectly up there!] _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"