Benito

I stopped the firewall and restarted it and now LanguageTool is working.

I do not really understand what is going on but for whatever reason this helped.

Many thanks anyway for your support and your great tool.

Regards

Markus

 


Von: Benito van der Zander [mailto:benito@benibela.de]
Gesendet: Sonntag, 28. Oktober 2012 20:47
An: texstudio-list@lists.sourceforge.net
Betreff: Re: [TeXstudio-list] TXS 2.5 with LanguageTool 1.9 not grammarchecking

 

Hi,
I think it should work with your settings.

Can you start the LT gui from the command line,  before running txs?
Then it should print, how much text it is checking.

Or run a network sniffer on localhost to log the packets txs sends?
(might be difficult on Windows, perhaps use your network address instead of localhost in the LT/TXS config)

Have you checked the Anzeige\Grammatikfehler\Grammatikfehler option? If it is not checked the errors are not displayed.



  • I see that a java process gets forked in TaskManager when TXS gets started

That's good



So LanguageTool is listening. The java exception is probably due to the malformed url.

yes


  • I added % ! TeX encoding = UTF-8 % ! TeX spellcheck = de_DE to my document

that might help, but it should even work without

  • When executing LanguageToolGUI.jar and typing in the same sentence I used in TXS it gets correctly grammar checked

Which sentence?
How did the document in txs look?



Benito

On 10/28/2012 12:29 PM, Markus Sonderegger wrote:

Can anybody point me to the error I do when trying to configure grammar checking in TXS?

I am a german speaking user of TXS and LanguageTool and my regional settings are German ( Switzerland ).

 

  • I see that a java process gets forked in TaskManager when TXS gets started
  • I changed the option in LanguageTool saying that it should run on ServerPort  8081 and my mother language being german
  • Pointing my IE to http://localhost:8081/ shows Error: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Missing 'text' parameter at org.languagetool.server.LanguageToolHttpHandler.handle(LanguageToolHttpHandler.java:73) …
    So LanguageTool is listening. The java exception is probably due to the malformed url.
  • I added % ! TeX encoding = UTF-8 % ! TeX spellcheck = de_DE to my document
  • When executing LanguageToolGUI.jar and typing in the same sentence I used in TXS it gets correctly grammar checked

 

Any help is greatly appreciated

Regards

Markus

 

 

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