Writing like a pro with Vale and Neovim

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  • ale

    Check syntax in Vim/Neovim asynchronously and fix files, with Language Server Protocol (LSP) support

    vim-ale[1] combines a LSP client with the ability to shell out to linters and supports vale

    1: https://github.com/dense-analysis/ale/blob/master/supported-...

  • vscode-ltex

    LTeX: Grammar/spell checker :mag::heavy_check_mark: for VS Code using LanguageTool with support for LaTeX :mortar_board:, Markdown :pencil:, and others

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  • Openly

    A Vale linter style that aims to replicate Grammarly in an open-source, privacy-friendly way

    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.


  • Vale

    Compiler for the Vale programming language - http://vale.dev/ (by ValeLang)

    Ah, so not related to Vale the programming language, https://vale.dev/, which IMO is much more interesting.

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