[openlp-dev] Replacement for Pyenchant
second at tgc.dk
Tue Nov 6 01:28:29 EST 2018
Great to hear Phill! :-)
Regarding making the download available only on windows and mac... On Linux
we can make pyhunspell and hunspell a dependency, but the user will still
have to install the dictionaries manually, since we don't know which
languages they use. This is basically the same as today, but maybe it
should be easier?
man. 5. nov. 2018 22.11 skrev Raoul Snyman via openlp-dev <
openlp-dev at openlp.io>:
> > On Mon, 5 Nov 2018 at 16:11 Tomas Groth <second at tgc.dk> wrote:
> >> I've done some thinking regarding dictionaries, and I believe we
> >> should
> >> make them downloadable through the first time wizard. We could
> >> download
> >> them directly from
> >> https://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/dictionaries/tree/
> >> Especially Windows and Mac users could benefit from this.
> >> We could bundled the dictionaries with OpenLP, but they are
> >> surprisingly
> >> large...
> On 2018-11-05 14:05, Philip Ridout wrote:
> > I'm working on the FTW atm, I can look in to that.
> I would recommend restricting the FTW downloading to only Windows and
> macOS. On Linux we should just add the dictionaries to the requirements
> in the packages so that they're installed from the repositories when
> installing OpenLP.
> Raoul Snyman
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