languagetool

Style and Grammar Checker for 25+ Languages (by languagetool-org)

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languagetool-org/languagetool is an open source project licensed under GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 only which is an OSI approved license.

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Posts

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  • PyLanguagetool - Capturing an output from command line
    I'm using pylanguagetool, a Python wrapper for LanguageTool, a spelling/grammar correction application. It operates in both Python and in Windows command line. It is particularly useful in command line, as it displays outputs in the following manner. I'd like to capture this output, preferably in the same format. However, the standard methods of capturing command line outputs appear to generate encoding errors. For example,
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  • How to use languagetool with Emacs?
    reddit.com/r/emacs | 2021-06-16
    I'm trying to use languagetool with Emacs to correct both grammar and syntax while I write in French and English.
  • I just found this really useful site for checking Russian grammar.
    reddit.com/r/russian | 2021-06-15
    It looks like it's using LanguageTool in the background (which you can use without all the ads -- https://languagetool.org/), and it seems to do okay for spelling, but it's certainly not going to be all that helpful for grammar. For example, if you plug an excerpt from the following humorous poem (which is intentionally written with multiple major grammatical errors), it will not find any errors at all:
  • Como automatizar a correção de erros de digitação
    reddit.com/r/brasil | 2021-06-13
  • How Sinn Fein, the political successors to the IRA, became so rich - A tale of deep-pocketed politicians, generous Americans and a mysterious English recluse
    I'm using a browser extension from https://languagetool.org/ and it's extremely handy for inserting the correct accent marks in common phrases.
  • Creé una app gratuita para ayudar a personas con dislexia
    reddit.com/r/argentina | 2021-06-06
  • Hunspell aŭ aspell?
  • Alternatives to Grammarly for formal articles
    reddit.com/r/software | 2021-06-01
    I use LanguageTool and I like it. Regarding your specific case, the other day it suggested that I use either "little" or "bit" instead of "little bit" so it seems conciseness checks are there. I don't think it has IDE integration, not sure about Overleaf. I just use the free version, supposedly the paid version detects a lot more issues, but I can't vouch for it.
  • anyone getting a lil concerned w aris silence?
    reddit.com/r/ariheads | 2021-05-22
  • Looking for good Grammar checking API service
    reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-05-09
    You could spin up a VPS and self-host LanguageTool. It works similarly as Grammarly and includes an HTTP API.
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    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-05-03
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    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-05-01
    Hi, it was not that bad, just use open source grammar checking tool https://languagetool.org/ and it’ll help you immensely. Their premium is also worth it.
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    reddit.com/r/WPI | 2021-04-27
    If you do want software, I'd also highly suggest LanguageTool! While I have not looked into the terms of their cloud offering, their software is FOSS, so you can totally just run a local copy of the server and get all the benefits! I really like this VSCode plugin which will spin up a server and check latex and markdown documents.
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    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-27