From: Lodewijk Otto, Jun 13, 2006 4:54 PM
> Steve Hall wrote on 13-6-2006 19:58:
> > Just download the dictionaries for the languages you want to use
> > from Vim's FTP site:
> > ftp://ftp.vim.org/pub/vim/runtime/spell
> > Drop both the .spl and .sug files into your runtime directory
> > "spell", found at the command line (Ctrl+O) by entering:
> > :echo $VIMRUNTIME
> > Vim (and thereby, Cream) will use all dictionaries there.
> > Let me know how this works, and if we can make this any clearer.
> I can put it to work under (g)vim, but not under cream.
Hmm... try setting spelllang:
where "en" and "de" represent the two character abbreviations of each
> In prior versions there was a menu option to choose the spell check
> language. I cannot find it now, or another way to make cream behave
The old behavior (where you choose the language) is only available
with gVim version 6.x. The new spell check relies entirely upon gVim,
there is no Cream setting (yet).
> > Perhaps we could option an automated retrieval system that
> > downloads and installs from the FTP site.
> And a menu option to choose the right language as well :-)
Yes, we should probably menu the available dictionaries, shouldn't be
Steve Hall [ digitect mindspring com ]
:: Cream... something good to put in your Vim!