Since joe now supports syntax highlighting, it would be great if we could use this to mark misspelled words. I started to implement this using libmyspell. Now, I am looking for documentation about the syntax highlighting feature. Some parts of joe are documented rather precisely in the HACKING file, but I couldn't find a single word about that syntax highlighting stuff.
What do you thing, where would be the right place in the code to implement inline spellchecking?
Best regards, Mat
The only documentation is in the c.jsf syntax file (in the comments). A syntax file for matching words is simple (look at how keywords are handled).
I wish there were a way to make this more dynamic- so it always highlights mispelled words. A trick emacs uses is if the editor is idle for 1 second and there had been changes, run a task. I'll have to add hooks for this in next version.
Hm ok, thank you for the hint about the c syntax file. Note that it won't be enough to just match a wordlist - the aspell stuff is much more complex.
I guess my approach is crap, but I managed to match misspelled words and printf them or do something else by hacking the parse() function in syntax.c with libaspell (not libmyspell), but I really don't see how to highlight those words instead of just printf() them :(
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