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Michael and people,

I make a brief explanation of how .AFF files work in Proofing Tool GUI's

But it is an unfinished manual since I haven't had much free time to
work on everything.

Kind regards,
        >Marco A.G.Pinto

On 03/05/2016 18:55, Michael Bauer wrote:
There are many things about Hunspell that make me shake my head in
disbelief ;) All the more so given how widely used it is. Like the
lack of documentation to the outside world. I mean, like a user
friendly "Here is how you make a spellchecker for your language" and
"All about affixes" page. But their github space aside, there doesn't
seem to be much. Not at a casual websearch anyway.

The old FOSS caltrop? Great idea, machinery and people, shaky end-user


Sgrìobh Kruno na leanas 03/05/2016 aig 17:26:
I see... (and we shall see).

It's always seemed logical to me for Hunspell project to host
'official' dictionaries. Since it's lacking this feature -- here is a
chance for LO to play this card right.

No doubt, it could become huge.

Thanks for clarifications,


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