Grammarly support for Flycheck
has anybody integrated one of the emacs-grammarly-packages (e.g. in the form of flychecking) into LaTeX-mode? I'm looking for a setup which allows me to write LaTeX and benefit from grammarly-checks.
lsp-mode ❤️ LTEX
lsp-ltex. This is based on ltex-ls, which is a language server for grammar-checking LaTeX using LanguageTool. The setup is a bit tricky, and there are definitely some bugs and missing features, but when it's set up it's pretty smooth.
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Textidote is also based on languageTool. It doesn't use LSP, but it can generate nice browseable HTML to look at all of the errors. It's not emacs-specific, but there's a snippet in the README of how to integrate it with flycheck.
Yet another LaTeX filter
See https://github.com/matze-dd/YaLafi" :modes (latex-mode plain-tex-mode) :command ("python3" "-m" "yalafi.shell" "--lt-command" "languagetool" "--language" (eval (if ispell-current-dictionary (substring ispell-current-dictionary 0 2) "en")) source) :error-patterns ((warning line-start "=== " (file-name) " ===\n" (one-or-more digit) ".) Line " line ", column " column ", Rule ID: " (id (one-or-more (any "A-Z_")) (optional "[" (one-or-more digit)"]")) "\n" "Message: " (message) line-end)) :enabled (lambda () (and (flycheck-python-find-module 'tex-yalafi "yalafi.shell") (executable-find "languagetool"))) :verify (lambda (_) (flycheck-python-verify-module 'tex-yalafi "yalafi.shell")))
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