GoogieSpell


#1

Has anyone looked at implementing GoogieSpell
http://amix.dk/projects/?page_id=3 into Typo? We’ve started running it
with Roundcube webmail, and it’s pretty slick. Only issue is that it
‘phones home’ to Google with your data to check, but next we plan on
making this use a local aspell instance. Anyway, there is a link for
‘Alex MacCaw’s Ruby on Rails hack’
http://amix.dk/projects/uploads/sendReq.rb - could this be used in Typo
to Spell check at least articles, if not pages and comments too?

P

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#2

Hmm. From the page:

Speaking as someone, er, involved, with the server referred to here,I’m
not sure I’m all that fond of this hack. OTOH, if it’s easy toset up a
local aspell instance, then I’d love to see something likethis in
Typo.

Scott
On 5/19/06, phil removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:> Has anyone looked at
implementing GoogieSpell http://amix.dk/projects/?page_id=3 into Typo?
We’ve started running it with Roundcube webmail, and it’s pretty slick.
Only issue is that it ‘phones home’ to Google with your data to check,
but next we plan on making this use a local aspell instance. Anyway,
there is a link for ‘Alex MacCaw’s Ruby on Rails hack’
http://amix.dk/projects/uploads/sendReq.rb - could this be used in Typo
to Spell check at least articles, if not pages and comments too?>> P>
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#3

On Fri, 19 May 2006 11:04:57 -0700, “Scott L.” removed_email_address@domain.invalid
wrote:

set up a local aspell instance, then I’d love to see something like
this in Typo.

Understood, I’ll let you know when we get it to that point, thanks.

P