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bug#32280: 26.1; FLYSPELL-BUFFER sometimes misbehaves for some input in

From: Artem Boldarev
Subject: bug#32280: 26.1; FLYSPELL-BUFFER sometimes misbehaves for some input in a large enough buffer
Date: Sat, 28 Jul 2018 03:00:40 +0300
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Hello Agustin,

Thanks for your suggestion!

Unfortunately, it does not work on my system with 'emacs -Q'. So, somehow I need to manually configure my dictionaries anyway. I will consider replacing 'ispell-dictionary-alist'with 'ispell-local-dictionary-alist' in my configuration. Thank you for pointing out.

The codepage I specified in the configuration, as it seems, is not the problem as spell checking works fine *most* of the time. I could spellcheck large amounts of text without any issues. It seems that hunspell always uses utf-8 internally, but I am not sure: I will try to investigate this.

By the way, I was able to reproduce the problem on the official Windows build of the Emacs with a different version of Hunspell and dictionaries from LibreOffice.

You should not set `ispell-dictionary-alist' yourself. If you really need an
entry with special features, add it to `ispell-local-dictionary-alist',
better with an ad-hoc name.

              "[A-Za-z]" "[^A-Za-z]"
              "[']" nil ("-d en_GB") nil iso-8859-1)

              "[-]" nil ("-d ru_RU") nil utf-8)
As far as I know hunspell-ru is encoded in koi8-r (at least in Debian
lo-dicts), but you declare it as utf-8. Unless your dict is indeed in utf-8
and declared as such, this may be the problem.

¿What happens if you comment all your "(setq ispell-dictionary-alist ... )"
stuff and just trust the list of available dictionaries provided by Emacs
(Tools/Spellchecking/Change dictionary), selecting ru_RU from it?


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