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Text Editor that supports spelling and grammar checking.
4 projects | /r/linuxquestions | 17 Dec 2022
If you're using markdown, as a shameless plug, ThiefMD supports basic grammar checking, spell check, and English linting (passive voice detection, weasel words).
Is Grammarly a Keylogger? What Can You Do About It?
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 25 Feb 2022
I like to use write-good - it takes a glob and prints suggestions to stdout.
9 projects | dev.to | 19 Aug 2021
🧢 Stefan's Web Weekly #15
4 projects | dev.to | 18 Apr 2021
btford/write-good – A naive linter for English prose.
ThiefMD: My Linux Markdown Quarantine Project
6 projects | /r/Markdown | 6 Mar 2021
Like most markdown editors, we have typewriter scrolling, focus mode, and live preview. Code Blocks support syntax highlighting for a majority of languages. We also have a selection of themes and support CSS for export formatting. Some of our secret sauce includes write-good suggestions based on btford's write-good, which we ported to Vala.
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
vale - :pencil: A markup-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 (3.8+) and Qt 5 (5.10+) for cross-platform support.
coc-diagnostic - diagnostic-languageserver extension for coc.nvim
lsp-grammarly - lsp-mode ❤️ grammarly
markdownlint - Markdown lint tool
vim-wordy - Uncover usage problems in your writing
vale-styles - Checks for Vale based on popular style guides
markdownlint - A Node.js style checker and lint tool for Markdown/CommonMark files.
lsp-ltex - lsp-mode ❤️ LTEX
vim-markdown - Markdown Vim Mode