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#24 words with leading - accepted with LANG de_DE

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2007-06-21
2007-04-07
Bjoern Jacke
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with "LANG de_DE" being set words beginning with "-" are falsely accepted when "-" is defined as WORDCHAR. For example:

SET ISO8859-1
TRY esianrtolcdugmphbyfvkwäüößáéêàâñESIANRTOLCDUGMPHBYFVKWÄÜÖ-
WORDCHARS -
LANG de_DE

1
test

results with hunspell 1.1.5 in:

> echo -Test -test | hunspell115 -l -d testumlaut
>

while with hunspell 1.1.4 is was (which looks more correct):

> echo -Test -test | hunspell114 -l -d testumlaut
-Test
-test
>

when the "LANG de_DE" definition is removed also hunspell 1.1.5 says the "leading dash words" are incorrect.

Discussion

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    I will remove special de_DE code for dash handling. Note: BREAK feature also permit leading dashes. Laci

     
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  • Logged In: YES
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    Fixed. Using WORDCHARSBEGIN, -MIDDLE, -END will be better solution. Thanks, Laci

     
    • status: open --> closed