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Re: GSspell on Windows


From: Germán Arias
Subject: Re: GSspell on Windows
Date: Tue, 07 Jul 2015 01:36:20 -0600

El lun, 06-07-2015 a las 22:41 +0200, Wolfgang Lux escribió:
> > Am 04.07.2015 um 10:04 schrieb Germán Arias <address@hidden>:
> > 
> > El jue, 02-07-2015 a las 10:32 +0200, Wolfgang Lux escribió:
> >>> Am 02.07.2015 um 08:11 schrieb Germán Arias <address@hidden>:
> >>> 
> >>> I forgot say that I run make_services before each test, but this don't
> >>> makes any difference.
> >>> 
> >>> Germán
> >>> 
> >>> El jue, 02-07-2015 a las 00:02 -0600, Germán Arias escribió:
> >>>> I simply can't make to work the GSspell service on Windows. I have
> >>>> installed the English and Spanish dictionaries, if I run "aspell dump
> >>>> dicts" on the shell all the available dictionaries are listed. The
> >>>> GSspell service runs only with AmericanEnglish, even when aspell.h is
> >>>> present and HAVE_ASPELL_H is defined to 1. However when use Ink and try
> >>>> to use the spell checker (Spanish) I get:
> >>>> 
> >>>> [New Thread 3672.0xa84]
> >>>> warning: 2015-07-01 19:18:54.444 Ink[3672:2380] Language: Spanish
> >>>> warning: 2015-07-01 19:18:54.514 Ink[3672:2380] Service to start: (null)
> >>>> warning: 2015-07-01 19:18:54.534 Ink[3672:2380] Port: (null)
> >>>> warning: 2015-07-01 19:18:54.564 Ink[3672:2380] Failed to contact spell
> >>>> checker
> >>>> for language 'Spanish'
> >>>> warning: 2015-07-01 19:18:54.584 Ink[3672:2380] Failed to get the
> >>>> spellserver
> >>>> [Inferior 1 (process 3672) exited normally]
> >>>> (gdb)
> >>>> 
> >>>> 
> >>>> Any idea about what is going wrong here?
> >> 
> >> There isn't much going wrong here. I think nobody ever got around to 
> >> implement auto-detection of the available dictionaries, so the GSspell 
> >> service assumes only the AmericanEnglish dictionary is present by default. 
> >> The client side on the other hand (Ink in your example) tries to connect 
> >> to the spell service using your current default language and GSspell then 
> >> responds that this language is not available. If you have other language 
> >> dictionaries besides American English installed on your system, you can 
> >> manually update the supported languages by updating the NSLanguages 
> >> property in the Info-gnustep.plist file of GSspell.service (and eventually 
> >> restarting the spell service if it is currently running.
> >> 
> >> Wolfgang
> >> 
> > 
> > Thanks. Now the GSspell service starts correctly with the corresponding
> > language. Now the problem is that Ink can't connect with the
> > service :-( I will investigate this later.
> 
> Actually I was wrong. I just had a look at the GSspell server code and it 
> looks like I got around to implementing the language detection code. To 
> support languages besides the default (American English) the server maintains 
> a little bundle in the $GNUSTEP_USER_DOMAIN/Library/Services directory that 
> declares all languages supported by the spell server. Each time the spell 
> server is started it will update the list of languages in this bundle, so you 
> should see the list of available languages on your system after you have 
> connected to the spell server at least once. If that doesn't work, there is 
> some other problem with your installation. Has aspell been properly detected 
> during the configuration of gnustep-gui? If the aspell headers were not found 
> during configuration only a dummy spell checker is built, which understands 
> only American English.
> 
> Wolfgang
> 

Yes, I noticed this too. Now I found that gdomap can't start. I get:

Failed to get a socket. Error 10013

I suppose this is a problem related with the firewall.

Germán





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