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Writing like a pro with Vale and Neovim
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 17 Jun 2022
They don't mention that can write the rules yourself and also pick and choose from existing rules from github.
There is an attempt to build and open source version of grammarly using vale rules here.
A little grammar help, anyone?
2 projects | /r/technicalwriting | 2 Oct 2021
Check out Openly (https://github.com/testthedocs/Openly) -- it's a "Vale linter style that attempts to emulate some features of the commercial, and closed source, Grammarly."
9 projects | dev.to | 19 Aug 2021
Grammarly Clone in Vale
"Stealing" style guide content
2 projects | /r/technicalwriting | 17 Aug 2021
There's even a project of someone trying to simulate Grammarly, although it looks a bit dead right now: https://github.com/testthedocs/Openly
Just Simply – Stop saying how simple things are in our docs
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 30 Apr 2023
> Write in US English with US grammar. (Tested in British.yml.)
heh, that was funny but it turns out the file is a list of British words checked using Vale, which I just learned existed: https://github.com/errata-ai/vale#readme (MIT)
Also, another TIL is that the "e" version of gray is British https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab/-/blob/master/doc/.vale... I had previously erroneously assumed they were just one of those quirks of English (which, I guess is still true but it is less random than I thought)
What terminal apps are you using?
15 projects | /r/macapps | 3 Mar 2023
vale to spell check and enforce writing style on my articles
6 ways we improved our documentation in 2022
6 projects | dev.to | 3 Jan 2023
Similar to how a software has integration or unit tests that are built to make sure changes in the software don’t break the entire system, we implemented tests for our documentation’s style guide using Vale and ESLint.
A simple guide on words to avoid in UK government
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 23 Dec 2022
Related: Vale is a plain-language or "prose" linter. Built a version of this for use with the US DVA
How could I use neovim for general writing and annotations?
3 projects | /r/neovim | 22 Nov 2022
For longer writing, I like using vale.
nvim-tundra v0.2.0 - A punchy, dark theme for Neovim!
6 projects | /r/neovim | 19 Nov 2022
Hi r/Neovim! Today I released v0.2.0 for the [Tundra](https://github.com/sam4llis/nvim-tundra) theme so thought I’d post it here in case anybody is interested. ## Highlights: - Added `dim_inactive_windows` table in the Tundra `setup` function - when enabled, non-current windows will inherit the background colour `dim_inactive_windows.color`. - Added `:Tundra` command line sugar. This allows users to change configuration settings in real-time instead of having to reload their configuration. - `:Tundra toggle_transparency` - toggles `transparent_background` flag. - `:Tundra toggle_dim` - toggles `dim_inactive_windows.enabled` flag. - [nvim-treesitter](https://github.com/nvim-treesitter/nvim-treesitter) integration now requires Neovim 0.8. Obsolete `TS*` highlight groups were removed from nvim-treesitter and Tundra will no longer support older highlight groups. To use the obsolete highlight groups, downgrade to Tundra v0.1.0. See [this](https://github.com/nvim-treesitter/nvim-treesitter/pull/3656) for more information. - Support for common terminals and software including Alacritty, fzf, iTerm-2, WezTerm, and Windows Terminal. - Improvement of Tundra documentation. - Rewritten using [Vale](https://vale.sh) to keep a consistent style guide. You can find more information about the Tundra theme over at its [GitHub repository](https://github.com/sam4llis/nvim-tundra). Thanks for reading!
Grammar auto-correction package?
4 projects | /r/orgmode | 29 Oct 2022
I like vale.sh, which is a commandline tool that lets you customize what checks you want done on your writing - basically a linter for prose. It looks like someone developed a flymake integration.
Is there a reliable grammar correction package for Emacs?
5 projects | /r/emacs | 29 Oct 2022
[Release] languagetool-code-comments - Integrates the LanguageTool API to parse, spell check, and correct the grammar of your code comments!
2 projects | /r/rust | 26 Aug 2022
Can you add support for rule sets from https://vale.sh/ or to the vale itself?
Language Tool – open-source Grammarly Alternative
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 26 Jul 2022
I'm fond of Vale, where you can write your own rules or grab others off github. I wish we could crowd source a grammarly clone using it. Some efforts have been made to do so, but didn't get far.
What are some alternatives?
lsp-grammarly - lsp-mode ❤️ grammarly
proselint - A linter for prose.
write-good - Naive linter for English prose
nvim-lspconfig - Quickstart configs for Nvim LSP
markdownlint - Markdown lint tool
remark-lint - plugins to check (lint) markdown code style
languagetool - Style and Grammar Checker for 25+ Languages
markdownlint - Repository for the markdownlint-mdl-action Github Action
flycheck-grammarly - Grammarly support for Flycheck
packages - :package: A collection of pre-packaged, Vale-compatible style guides and configurations.
LunarVim - 🌙 LunarVim is an IDE layer for Neovim. Completely free and community driven.