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The goal of the Portable Spell Checker Interface Library (Pspell) is to provide a generic interface to Spell checker libraries installed on the system.

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Recent releases

  •  31 May 2001 04:57

    Release Notes: This release includes portability fixes to allow Pspell to compile with older compilers, a hack to deal with Libtool's interdependencies problem, and the addition of a configure option to avoid enabling rules which could cause generated build files to be rebuilt with the wrong version of Libtool.

    •  07 Apr 2001 05:35

      Release Notes: Pspell has been hacked so that it will properly compile as a shared library under Solaris. This release also includes other minor enhancements and bug fixes.

      •  30 Jan 2001 08:32

        Release Notes: A new length parameter to many Pspell functions, support for mapping the county code to a spelling for the English language, a rewrite of the "Usage" section of the manual to use the C interface instead of the C++ one, support for the iso-8859-13 and 14 character sets, the enabling of libltdl by default, a switch to the the multi-language branch of libtool, and bug fixes including a nasty memory leak were added.

        •  21 Aug 2000 01:44

          Release Notes: Several new options were added to the config class.

          •  05 Aug 2000 09:05

            Release Notes: New "personal" option and minor bugfixes.


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