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Command-line tool for spellchecking.

Synopsis

nuspell [-s] [-d dict_NAME] [-i ENCODING] [FILE]...

nuspell -l|-G [-L] [-s] [-d dict_NAME] [-i ENCODING] [FILE]...

nuspell -D|-h|--help|-v|--version

Description

Nuspell checks spelling of each FILE. Without FILE, checks standard input.

Options

-d di_CT

use di_CT dictionary. Only one dictionary is currently supported.

-D

print search paths and available dictionaries and exit

-i ENCODING

input/output encoding, default is active locale

-l

print only misspelled words or lines

-G

print only correct words or lines

-L

lines mode

-s

use simple white-space text segmentation to extract words instead of the default Unicode text segmentation. It is not recommended to use this.

-h, ā€‰--help

display this help and exit

-v, ā€‰--version

print version number and exit

Environment

DICPATH

Path to additional directory to search for dictionaries.

Return Values

Returns error if the argument syntax is invalid or some file can not be opened. Otherwise, spell checking has occurred and returns success.

Bugs

Bug reports: <https://github.com/nuspell/nuspell/issues>

Examples

nuspell -d en_US file.txt

See Also

Full documentation: <https://github.com/nuspell/nuspell/wiki>

Home page: <http://nuspell.github.io/>

Authors

Dimitrij Mijoski; Sander van Geloven.

Info

2020-10-28 Nuspell 4.2.0