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Re: [AUCTeX] spell checker (ispell-buffer) complains about products in m
Re: [AUCTeX] spell checker (ispell-buffer) complains about products in math modes
Sat, 13 Jun 2009 18:19:11 +0200
* Nobuko Three (2009-06-13) writes:
> If I invoke M-x ispell-buffer to spellcheck my TeX file, it reports, for
> example, uvw and cx from $uvw + cx$. I guess the spell checker doesn't skip
> math modes.
> How can I make spell checker (ispell-buffer) skip math modes?
Something like the following might work:
'(let ((list (car ispell-tex-skip-alists)))
(add-to-list 'list '("\\$" . "\\$"))
(setcar ispell-tex-skip-alists list)))
But I expect it to be very fragile because it might get confused with
escaped or unbalanced dollar signs. It would be better if this were
supported programmatically (e.g. with `texmathp') in Ispell. Flyspell
does it like this. Perhaps somebody interested in this feature could
propose this to the Ispell maintainer.