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Looking at this as a guidehttp://cksource.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=51193#p51193
Installation instructions from: http://cksource.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=40830#p40830
config.toolbar = [
[ 'Source', '-', 'Bold','Italic','Underline','-', 'SpellCheck']
Unzip the contents of the zip file in ckeditor/plugins so that you have ckeditor/plugins/aspell
Go to admin/settings/wysiwyg and check the box called "Server Side Spell Check"
Attached the patch & module file because I changed all but 2 lines from it.
Works as expected. Thank you very much!
The patch breaks tinymce spellchecker. On the surface switch-cases don't have break;'s.
Ok, not a big deal. I've fixed the code and it seams working ok with tinymce. Committed to git 6.x-1.x-dev and ported to 7.x-1.x-dev.
I don't have ckeditor installation handy to check aspell - can anyone verify that 6.x-1.x works with ckeditor?
Once confirmed working, I will push it for new release.
Notes to myself:
1. Need a code verifying proper installation of CKEditor & ASpell
2. Need to disable installation checks if corresponding editor is not installed
@Mikeytown2 Re: (#1) According to http://nl2.php.net/pspell pspell is not supported any more since PHP 5.3. You need to use http://nl2.php.net/enchant on the server. Does this affect aspell? If nobody can confirm, i'll try to find out in october.
We need enchant support as well, we're looking at hunspell. The benefit here is that enchant is supposed to seamlessly support multiple libraries with a single set of function calls. We are using ckeditor too...
Just to say in response to #8 that using the 7.x-1.x-dev version of this module and following mikeytown2's instructions in #2 (http://drupal.org/node/1153466#comment-4452316) we got Aspell to run on our Drupal site, which runs PHP 5.3.2 on a Linux-like clone (Ubuntu).
Don't forget to "apt-get install aspell" on the server.
Agree with crimsondryad (#9) that out-of-the-box support for enchant and the numerous editors this brings within reach would be great.
Well, this was a nice discussion here, but it is getting hard to track. Please open separate issues for every suggested engine. Since the Aspell patch was committed, closing this.
Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.
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