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On 2011-01-01 9:54 PM, todd rme wrote:
Isn't this what standards are for? A standard for 
spell checking libraries (I mean the library of words, not the 
software library) shared across all open-source programs would be
very useful. Such a thing has already been proposed:

So rather than trying to get other groups to write wrappers to 
integrate with libo's own spelling dictionary, I think it would be 
much better if there was a single, standard dictionary format that
all open-source programs shared. Any program that implements the
standard will automatically get support for the same dictionaries.
This avoids each program needing to write compatibility layers for
every other program.

So I think putting some effort into getting this standard ironed out 
would be very beneficial to a lot of projects.



Best regards,


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