Projects / GtkSpell


GtkSpell provides word-processor-style highlighting and replacement of misspelled words in a GtkTextView widget.


Recent releases

  •  04 Dec 2008 00:04

    Release Notes: Additional Danish translation. Missing G_BEGIN_DECLS/G_END_DECLS for C++ support has been added. Feature request #2101451 has been fixed by removing the sub-menu of the context menu as any other inline spell checker does. Feature request #1523881, #1643622, and #2054637 have been fixed by adding a Language selector sub-menu. Feature request #1362304 has been fixed by fixing docs/ to install gtkspell.devhelp so that it shows in devhelp.

    •  15 Aug 2008 20:53

      Release Notes: Patches have been applied, and there is one new translation.

      •  26 May 2008 15:50

        Release Notes: Enchant is supported, while support for pspell and aspell was dropped. Additional translations were added.

        •  23 Feb 2005 03:07

          Release Notes: This release enables building outside of the src dir. It uses bind_textdomain_codeset to set UTF-8 encoding for all translations. It no longer deletes the GtkTextTag from the tag table (needed for shared tag tables). It disables word- breaking workarounds when Pango >= 1.8.0. There are also many additional translations.

          •  27 Jan 2004 22:20

            Release Notes: Deferred checking: the misspelled word highlighting delays checking the current word until the cursor exits it. This way correct typing can proceed without being interrupted by the highlighting of partial words as they are typed. The "Add to Dictionary" menu command now actually adds to the personal dictionary, and a new "Ignore All" command adds to the current session. Behavior on a right click event has changed so that cutting/copying with the mouse works again in a GtkSpell attached text view. This release no longer considers numbers to be misspelled.

            Recent comments

            20 Jul 2000 05:53 bradfitz

            Very sexy
            Evan ... this is one very sexy hack. You continually amaze me.


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