It would be great, if the spellchecker plugin recognizes, whether a part of a file is marked as a string/text or a control sequence, so only real spelling mistakes are shown.
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What do you mean by "control sequence"?
I basically like the idea, just not sure about how to implement it, i.e. how to decide which part of a file should be checked and which not.
Btw, you can also check selections.
An example from HTML:
Don't check <img="..." ... /> but everything inside <p> ... </p>.
This might could be done by using the status of Scrintilla and don't about everything that is not in correct status. Maybe this could be realized by mapping the current open document into a virtual document that contains only 'correct' strings.
Aspell can already do this with TeX (-t or --mode=tex) and HTML (-H or --mode=html), as well as switches for e-mail and nroff. Implementing these would be an excellent start.
Sorry if this is a double post, I wasn't logged in before and don't know if the changes took.
Anyway, Aspell already has this built in for TeX (-t or --mode=tex), HTML (-H or --mode=html), as well as for e-mail and nroff. Implementing these would be a great start.
Implemented in the current SVN version, next release will follow soon.
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