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enchant-lsmod(1) [opensolaris man page]

enchant-lsmod(1)						   User Commands						  enchant-lsmod(1)

enchant-lsmod - is used to show languages and dictionaries that enchant supports. SYNOPSIS
enchant-lsmod [-lang [language_tag]] [-list-dicts] [-h] [-v] DESCRIPTION
enchant-lsmod is used to show languages and dictionaires that enchant supports. OPTIONS
The following options are supported: -lang [language_tag] List all supported languages or show whether a specfied language is supported. -list-dicts List all dictionaries that enchant supports. -h Display the help text. -v Prints the program's version. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWgnome-spell | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface stability |Volatile | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
libenchant(3), enchant(1), attributes(5), NOTES
Written by Jeff Cai, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2008. SunOS 5.11 30 Jul 2008 enchant-lsmod(1)

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ENCHANT(1)						      Enchant Mini Help File							ENCHANT(1)

Enchant - a spellchecker SYNOPSIS
enchant [-a] [-l] [-L] [-v] DESCRIPTION
Enchant is an ispell-compatible spellchecker. OPTIONS -a List alternatives. -l List only the misspellings. -L Include the line number in the output. -v Prints the program's version. ENCHANT ORDERING FILE
Enchant has a global and a per-user ordering file named enchant.ordering. It lets the user specify which spelling backend to use for indi- vidual languages in the case when you care which backend gets used. The global file is located in $(datadir)/enchant and the per-user file is located in ~/.enchant. The per-user file takes precedence, if found. The ordering file takes the form language_tag:<comma-separated list of spelling backends>. I am currently aware of the following backends: aspell, myspell, ispell, uspell, hspell, voikko, and zemberek. '*' is used to mean "use this ordering for all languages, unless instructed otherwise." For example: *:aspell,myspell,ispell en:aspell,myspell,ispell en_UK:myspell,aspell,ispell fr:myspell,ispell:aspell DIRECTORIES IMPORTANT TO ENCHANT
Unless configured otherwise, Enchant's Myspell, Ispell, and Uspell backends will look for dictionaries in directories specific to Enchant, and will not use your system-wide installed dictionaries. This is for pragmatic reasons since many distributions install these dictionaries into different locations. Like the enchant.ordering file described above, Enchant looks in the global directory for these dictionaries and a per-user directory. The per-user directory takes precedence if it is found. Enchant looks for Myspell dictionaries in $(datadir)/enchant/myspell and ~/.enchant/myspell. Enchant looks for Ispell dictionaries in $(datadir)/enchant/ispell and ~/.enchant/ispell. Enchant looks for Uspell dictionaries in $(datadir)/enchant/uspell and ~/.enchant/uspell. Packagers and users may wish to make symbolic links to the system-wide dictionary directories. Or, preferably, use the --with-myspell-dir, --with-ispell-dir, and --with-uspell-dir 'configure' arguments. MORE INFORMATION SEE ALSO
aspell(1), ispell(1), AUTHOR
Dom Lachowicz WEB: MAIL: enchant July 2006 ENCHANT(1)

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