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enchant(1) [opensolaris man page]

enchant(1)							   User Commands							enchant(1)

enchant - a spell checker. SYNOPSIS
enchant [-a] [-l] [-L] [-v] [filename] DESCRIPTION
Enchant is an ispell-compatible spellchecker. OPTIONS
The following options are supported: -c List alternatives. -l List only the misspellings. -L Include the line number in the output. -v Prints the program's version. FILES
The following files are used by this application: enchant.ordering; Enchant has a global and a per-user ordering file named enchant.ordering. It lets the user specify which spelling backend to use for individual 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:. Currently it supports following backends: aspell, myspell, ispell, uspell, hspell. The comma-separated list may not include spaces. '*' 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 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-lsmod(1), attributes(5), NOTES
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 direc- tory. 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 dic- tionaries 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. Written by Jeff Cai, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2008. SunOS 5.11 30 Jul 2008 enchant(1)

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XFCE4-DICT(1)															     XFCE4-DICT(1)

xfce4-dict -- a client program to query different dictionaries SYNOPSIS
xfce4-dict [option] [text ...] DESCRIPTION
xfce4-dict allows you to search different kinds of dictionary services for words or phrases and shows you the result. Currently you can query a "Dict" server(RFC 2229), any online dictionary service by opening a web browser or search for words using a spell check program like aspell, ispell or enchant. Homepage: OPTIONS
If called without any arguments, the xfce4-dict main window is shown. Any passed text argument(s) are used as search text. -d, --dict Search the given text using a Dict server(RFC 2229). -w, --web Search the given text using a web-based search engine. -t, --text-field Grab the focus on the text field in the panel (has no effect if panel plugin is not loaded). -s, --spell Check the given text with a spellchecker. -i, --ignore-plugin Start stand-alone application even if the panel plugin is loaded. -c, --clipboard Grabs the PRIMARY selection content (X selection clipboard), uses it as search text and performs a search. This is useful when you want to create keyboard shortcuts for this command. The search method can be specified with the -d, -w and -s options, if not specified the default search method is used. If the PRIMARY clipboard doesn't contain any text, the normal clipboard is used. -v, --verbose Be verbose (print useful status messages). -V, --version Show version information. -?, --help Show help information and exit. xfce4-dict supports all generic GTK options, a list is available on the help screen. BUGS
There is a limitation of max. 12 characters in passing a search term to xfce4-dict when the panel plugin is loaded. That is, if you pass a search term as command line argument(s) to xfce4-dict which is longer than 12 characters, it is truncated. To be exact, the limit is 12 bytes so if the search term contains any non-ASCII characters it might be even less than 12 characters. To work around this limitation, you can add the command line '-i' so that xfce4-dict will start a single stand-alone application. Then all passed text is used as search term. AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Enrico Troeger. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2, or (at your option) any later version. xfce4-dict 0.6.0 December 31, 2009 XFCE4-DICT(1)

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