The 64 bit pyenchant problem was solved a while back.
All I had to do was "pip install pyenchant" after installing Anaconda on my
64 bit machine. Spelling just works.
A while back on a different Linux distribution, I got it working by
compiling the new version of enchant as the version in the repository was
Whether any of this works on Windows or not is unknown.
On Sun, Feb 4, 2018 at 3:34 AM, Edward K. Ream <edream...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 3, 2018 at 5:36 PM, Matt Wilkie <map...@gmail.com> wrote:
> However one thing that pops out immediately is that I'm using 64bit Python.
> Yes. Last night I realized I use a strange system: 32-bit
> Anaconda/Miniconda on a 64-bit machine. I do this because pyenchant didn't
> use to work on 64-bit machines.
> Does pyenchant work for you? That is, do you see a Spell tab in Leo?
> This came to mind (indirectly) last night because `npm install zerorpc`
> asks me to install a compiler! That's a strange thing to require, unless
> the installation is strange.
> The python zerorpc module installs and imports find in miniconda, but I
> need the node.js version to run the recipe at the end of #684
> I'll discuss related topics in a new Engineering Notebook post.
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