I think everything is possible Can you let me know how do you plan to deploy it ? Some TCL/Expect script can do the work, I think. I just tested a little bit, but I don't really like the suggestions, so I wouldn't take the risk, If I were you.
I thought deploy it by a shell script. The problem is that the interface of ispell isn't a command line interface and all the time I have to press a key to validate all corrections. This is what I want to automatize, a script that always "press" a key in the ispell interface. How? I don't know... Please help me!!
Since I don't know your OS and version of ispell, can you please show me a desired output or how a session should look like ? The best way, or at least I can think of, is using expect, which is suitable for automating tasks by avoiding user interactions.
Hi, I am trying to write a script that calls ispell (my linux version doesn't have aspell) on a file and runs from there. Pretty much looks like this at the beginning:
# script that will spell check a file
read -p "Enter a file name: " fileName
I just... (3 Replies)
I tried to install ispell on my suse linux 8.2 do do spell cheking for my webmail
but I issue rpm -Uvh ispell-3.2.06-266.i586.rpm
i get the following error message
error: failed dependencies:
libc.so.6(GLIBC_2.3) is needed by ispell-3.2.06-266
I also try to install... (1 Reply)