From: "Xavier Nodet" <xavier.nodet@...>
> The only problem I still have with this particular message are two
> words with some l' before. The words are accepted when alonw, but
> not with the l' before. The two words are 'assumes' (verb 'assumer',
> 2nd person singular, present) and 'aurions' (verb 'avoir', 2nd
> person plural, and I don't even remember the name of this tense ;).
> The problem seems to be rather in the handling of the l' itself, as
> adding the two complete words, with the l', in my personal
> dictionary does not prevent Cream to tag them as errors.
> It would be nice to find a way to correct that, but this is not so
Ok, let's try this one more time:
This time, each abbreviation is included as it's own word:
c', D', d', j', L', l', m', n', qu', s', t', entr', lorsqu',
I also used Wolfgang Hommel's script this time to get the uniq and
sorting "correct". (Previously I had hacked through this manually
myself--there's obviously some evil cat "$2" | sort | uniq > "$1"
dependency that I was missing... hopefully you'll find this fixed.)
Thanks again for any feedback. If I ever meet you in person, I'll owe
you a couple of drinks. :)
Steve Hall [ digitect@... ]
Try Cream in your Vim... for those who don't like their Vim black!