Subject: Re: [PATCH] : Fix for "Ignore All" Spell Dialog (Unix)
From: Paul Rohr (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Mar 07 2001 - 18:07:34 CST
You *do* know that I'm responsible for most or all of the following code,
- spell context menu
- ignore all
- add (to custom.dic)
"Ignore all" and "Add" both update hashtables of words. The former is at
document scope and currently doesn't persist. The latter is app-wide and
The only relevant difference here is the format you use to persist the two.
The custom dictionaries save as one word per line to a UTF-8-encoded file in
the user profile directory. Ignored words should get injected into the
document around the same place that styles do -- ie, before all document
>paul> If so, that shouldn't be bad. Do all our prefs dialogs have an
>paul> appropriate button which could be hooked up to flush this list?
>I don't know the answer to this either way, but does "flush" mean "get
>rid of" or "save to disk"?
Get rid of. Save to disk should be automatic, or the feature's worthless.
motto -- cvsblame is your friend
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