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Autocorrect anything with Google as a go-to spell check
4 projects | reddit.com/r/AutoHotkey | 5 Feb 2023
Are you familiar with Hunspell? Dictionaries are comprehensive enough to be part of different Office Suites, so I don't see them as constricted to autocorrect.4 projects | reddit.com/r/AutoHotkey | 5 Feb 2023
You mentioned kinda like a con the online requirement, if you're interested in an offline method, try Hunspell. Otherwise, I just come up with this, is based on Google Suggestions API (even tho is not public):
3 projects | reddit.com/r/libreoffice | 1 Jan 2023
Text Editor that supports spelling and grammar checking.
4 projects | reddit.com/r/linuxquestions | 17 Dec 2022
i prefer and use hunspell
spell-check selected text?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/AutoHotkey | 13 Oct 2022
One can implement Huntspell which is what all browsers use (for example when typing in text areas). Is very simple and is C++.
Documentation on writing a spell checker
2 projects | reddit.com/r/firefox | 7 Apr 2022
MindForger 1.53.0 brings Kanban and Eisenhower Matrix on tags, spell check, CSV with OHE tags export and µ terminal
3 projects | reddit.com/r/linux | 2 Jan 2022
Hunspell-based spell check
ISuckAtSpelling.nvim: A NeoVim plugin that auto-corrects spelling mistakes in various natural and programming languages!
8 projects | reddit.com/r/neovim | 30 May 2021
Excellent questions. https://github.com/wooorm/dictionaries here are some. The original dataset is here https://github.com/hunspell/hunspell#dictionaries8 projects | reddit.com/r/neovim | 30 May 2021
Since you are using already GPLv3: Why not reusing hunspell dictionaries/wordbooks? https://github.com/hunspell/hunspell
Rebuilding the spellchecker, pt.4: Introduction to suggest algorithm
3 projects | dev.to | 22 Jan 2021
Those questions are open ones—and even the way they can be answered is unclear. Intuitively, Hunspell's suggestions are quite decent—otherwise, it wouldn't be the most widespread spellchecker, after all. A fair amount of "unhappy customers" can be easily found, too, in hunspell's repo issues. At the same time, one should distinguish between different reasons for the sub-par suggestion quality. It might be due to the algorithm itself, or due to the source data quality: the literal absence of the desired suggestion in the dictionary, or lack of aff-file settings that could've guided Hunspell to finding it.
Is C++ Still Worth Learning? Absolutely! Yes Rust And Go Are Awesome. There Is Still Work To Be Done In C++
7 projects | reddit.com/r/programming | 24 Sep 2021
notepad-style editor with spellchecking (Qt+ nuspell)
What are some alternatives?
SymSpell - SymSpell: 1 million times faster spelling correction & fuzzy search through Symmetric Delete spelling correction algorithm
spellsitter.nvim - Treesitter powered spellchecker
WeCantSpell.Hunspell - A port of Hunspell v1 for .NET and .NET Standard
JamSpell - Modern spell checking library - accurate, fast, multi-language
cspell - A Spell Checker for Code!
vim-litecorrect - Lightweight auto-correction for Vim
vim-abolish - abolish.vim: easily search for, substitute, and abbreviate multiple variants of a word
abbrev-man.nvim - 🍍 A NeoVim plugin for managing vim abbreviations.
dictionaries - Hunspell dictionaries in UTF-8
typos - Source code spell checker
spylls - Pure Python spell-checker, (almost) full port of Hunspell
textidote - Spelling, grammar and style checking on LaTeX documents