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bug#25766: aspell problem in LaTeX mode


From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: bug#25766: aspell problem in LaTeX mode
Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2017 15:29:51 +0200

[Please keep the bug address, address@hidden, on the CC list.]

> From: Bob Alice <address@hidden>
> Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2017 10:53:44 +0000
> 
> It doesn't work. I tried:
> while((1));do ps -Alf|grep aspell >>results; done
> 
> but the only thing I get is:
> 0 S meuser 4839 4828 0 80 0 - 8093 - 10:42 ? 00:00:00 /usr/bin/aspell -a -m 
> -d en --encoding=utf-8

This is all we need to know, so this did work.

> It doesn't show me what's being passed to aspell even for text where it finds 
> spelling errors.

It isn't supposed to.

Now invoke aspell from your shell prompt exactly as shown above, i.e.

  /usr/bin/aspell -a -m -d en --encoding=utf-8

Aspell will then wait for input from standard input.  Type the string
you see in the ispell.el's debug buffer.  E.g., with hunspell, when I
invoke the command ispell-buffer-with-debug on your LaTeX file, I see
this in the ispell debug buffer:

  ispell-region: string pos (29->53), eol: 53, [in-comment]: [nil], 
[add-comment]: [nil], [string]: [^\autoref{alice} envolope
]

which tells me that the string it will pass to the speller is
"^\autoref{alice} envolope" (without the quotes).  So type this string
and hit [Enter].  Then see what aspell outputs in return.

Once again, please CC the bug address so that this discussion gets
recorded there.

Thanks.





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