It would be very nice if aspell could spell check multiple files
aspell -c *.html
Each file give in the command line would be checked one at
a time. On the other hand things like:
I) Ignore all
R) Replace all
would operate across all files.
Invoking aspell over and over again, having to say I or R
each time a token is found in another file, is a pain.
And no, it is not a matter of using a private dictionary.
R replacement, learned substitution and other runtime
states are not preserved between aspell invocations
on different files.
The ability to spell check multiple files in one session
is one ispell feature that I miss in aspell.