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9 projects | dev.to | 19 Aug 2021
markdownlint is a node.js markdown linter that is easy to install and easy to customize. It is based on an earlier Ruby tool, also called markdownlint. Both are great, but the Node.js tool is easy to install and easy to customize.
Writing like a pro with vale & neovim
5 projects | /r/neovim | 27 May 2022
You can try proselint, which also has built-in support in null-ls. Its LaTeX support isn't perfect, but it's workable.
Help with autocompletion for prose writing.
3 projects | /r/neovim | 5 May 2022
Something like grammar-guard, proselint and/or language-tool?
Grammar checker for scientific writing
9 projects | /r/emacs | 17 Dec 2021
Yep, though there's not a lot to see! Follow the instructions for installing proselint at https://github.com/amperser/proselint and configure as follows:
Is there a reliable Grammarly package for Emacs?
5 projects | /r/emacs | 9 Nov 2021
Vale uses a customizable grammar checker, and you can download some open-source configurations to start working with from the link above. Then, you just need to add something like below to your Emacs configuration: (flycheck-define-checker vale "A prose linter" :command ("vale" "--output" "line" source) :standard-input nil :error-patterns ((error line-start (file-name) ":" line ":" column ":" (id (one-or-more (not (any ":")))) ":" (message) line-end)) :modes (markdown-mode org-mode text-mode) ) (add-to-list 'flycheck-checkers 'vale 'append) (setq flycheck-vale-executable "/usr/local/bin/vale") It looks like you can do something similar with Proselint, which looks wonderful and I have been meaning to try using in my day-to-day: https://unconj.ca/blog/linting-prose-in-emacs.html .
9 projects | dev.to | 19 Aug 2021
Setting up VIM for blogging
13 projects | dev.to | 23 Apr 2021
Full list here. Since the tool is a linter, it sounds like it should work with language servers. I use CoC.nvim for LSP features. Thankfully some smart guys have figured out how to make proselint work with coc.nvim & coc-diagnostic (see here). Now it works for my blog posts just like clangd does for my C++ code.13 projects | dev.to | 23 Apr 2021
Proselint is not a VIM plugin. It is a separate tool described as a linter of English prose. Here are some of its features:
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Jan 2021
You're looking for proselint. https://github.com/amperser/proselint
What are some alternatives?
vim-pencil - Rethinking Vim as a tool for writing
write-good - Naive linter for English prose
vale - :pencil: A syntax-aware linter for prose built with speed and extensibility in mind.
novelWriter - novelWriter is an open source plain text editor designed for writing novels. It supports a minimal markdown-like syntax for formatting text. It is written with Python 3 (3.7+) and Qt 5 (5.10+) for cross-platform support.
coc-diagnostic - diagnostic-languageserver extension for coc.nvim
lsp-grammarly - lsp-mode ❤️ grammarly
vim-wordy - Uncover usage problems in your writing
vale-styles - Checks for Vale based on popular style guides
lsp-ltex - lsp-mode ❤️ LTEX
vim-markdown - Markdown Vim Mode
alex - Catch insensitive, inconsiderate writing