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bug#15903: 24.3.50; Fix small issue with ispell-hunspell when dictionary
bug#15903: 24.3.50; Fix small issue with ispell-hunspell when dictionary is set to default (nil)
Mon, 18 Nov 2013 13:11:58 +0100
On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 03:33:00PM +0900, Vladimir Lomov wrote:
> ** Agustin Martin [2013-11-16 12:43:02 +0100]:
> > 2013/11/15 Vladimir Lomov <address@hidden>
> >> Hello,
> >> according to variable 'ispell-dictionary-base-alist' defined in
> >> 'ispell.el' if 'ispell-dictionary' is nil then it is considered as
> >> default value for dictionary. Unfortunately, when hunspell is used as
> >> ispell program function 'ispell-parse-hunspell-affix-file' fails because
> >> it doesn't expect nil as argument.
> >> I propose small and simple patch. I checked it starting emacs as:
> >> emacs -Q
> >> and evaluating in *scratch*:
> >> (setq ispell-program-name "hunspell")
> >> (setq ispell-really-hunspell t)
> >> after that I run 'M-$' while point is on first 's' of
> >> (message)
> >> In minibuffer I see
> >> MESSAGE is correct
> >> Without this patch the same steps lead to message
> >> ispell-phaf: No matching entry for nil.
> > Hi,
> > Cannot reproduce it here. By the way, once initialized for hunspell
> > ispell.el provides a match for default (nil) value, here
> > (nil [[:alpha:]] [^[:alpha:]] ['] nil (-B) nil utf-8)
> Wouldn't you mind to share how you get this?
Using 20131101 emacs-snapshot,
$ LC_ALL=C emacs-snapshot -Q &
In scratch buffer, type
(setq ispell-program-name "hunspell")
(setq ispell-dictionary nil)
and `eval-region' that region. Then run 'M-$' on a couple of words (file and
dictionary). This will make ispell.el be loaded and ispell process started,
messages buffer shows
Starting new Ispell process [hunspell::default] ...
Checking spelling of FILE...
FILE is correct
Checking spelling of DICTIONARY...
DICTIONARY is correct
Evaluating in the scratch buffer
(message "%s" (assoc nil ispell-hunspell-dictionary-alist))
I get (now default here is en_US)
(nil [[:alpha:]] [^[:alpha:]] ['0-9] t (-d en_US) nil utf-8)
Note that `ispell-hunspell-dictionary-alist' is not bound until ispell.el is
loaded, and that will not happen until you spellcheck for the first time (or
call a command that forces ispell.el load), so the first part of your check
should do nothing until then. If you get some result there please doublecheck
that you are not loading it from a different site.
PS: What is prin1?