The spell checking library JOrtho has released a new version 1.0. Details of changes can you find at http://jortho.sourceforge.net/#changes
Also all dictionaries was updated.
The open source spell checking library JOrtho has been updated with newly created dictionaries.
The spell checking package JOrtho now speaks Croatian and Dutch. In addition, some minor bug fixes have been added.
JOrtho learns two more languages and speaks now polish and arabic too. The existing dictionaries have been updated with newer versions, e.g. rusian is now thrice as big as before.
This is a major bugfix release. For the detailed changes, please have a look at the homepage. Besides the bugfixes three new translations for the GUI where added (Polish, Czech and Slovak).
This is a dictionary only release with an up to date wiktionary.org scan. Russion has been added as well.
On Friday the 15th of Feb. some new dictionaries have been put out. They are for the languages: French, Spanish and Italian. The German and English dictionaries have been updated as well.
The second release of JOrtho simplifies the access to some API functions and fixes several minor bugs. New to this release candidate is the ability of enabling/disabling every feature separately. For developers who want provide their users with a user defined dictionary there is a reference implementation of the UserDictionaryProvider.
Today we proudly present the first public beta of the Java spell checking library "JOrtho". The library can be bound to any JTextComponent of the java framework and checks for virtually any language that you want to. Its dictionary is based on the free wiktionary.org.
In addition to the library itself there are two basic language sets for English and German.