[openlp-dev] Replacement for Pyenchant
phill.ridout at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 11:59:30 EST 2018
Just to be clear, I volunteering for the FTW bit. Tim is on the change over
to Hunspell? I see he has a branch, but hasn't pushed anything yet!
On Tue, 6 Nov 2018 at 06:28 Tomas Groth <second at tgc.dk> wrote:
> 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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