Re: commit (head): 4973

From: J.M. Maurer <>
Date: Mon Jun 13 2005 - 21:48:13 CEST

On Mon, 2005-06-13 at 15:38 +0100, Tomas Frydrych wrote:
> > treat ordinary hyphen surrounded by alphanumerics as a word character,
> > so that 'full-time' is treated like one word, not two.
> >
> > We might have to add lang tag to the UT_isWordDelimiter() parameters if
> > this needs to be fine-tuned on langauge by language basis.
> >
> Grrr, this breaks ispell spellchecking; for en_GB it marks full-time as
> incorrect even though it offers me 'full-time' as correct spelling in
> place of 'fulltime'.
> It should really be job of the spellchecker to work out what to do with
> the hyphen. Before I hack some more on this (or revert it), would
> someone test this on *nix with some other spell-checker than ispell to
> see what happens (so that I know if to hack on ispell or the AW code).

We have these kind of issues for example with aspell too: dutch words
(in the form of foo-bar) are marked incorrect, which is, well,

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