Integrating Googiespell in Roundcube
phil at cryer.us
Mon May 1 21:09:18 CEST 2006
On Mon, 1 May 2006 21:00:58 +0200, "Thomas Bruederli" <roundcube at gmail.com> wrote:
> Well, there hasn't been a discussion about that so far. I like it
> because it just does what I had in mind. Probably we can replace the
> server side spellchecking with aspell or something similar one day but
> the client script is very nice.
> An other thoughts?
I think it integrates into RC perfectly -- though I haven't seen your implementation, I suppose CVS is a little behind as usual. And yeah, keep the client, pack aspell in and we're all set. I like it.
> On 5/1/06, Chris Richardson <crichardson at cantella.com> wrote:
>> Hi Thomas,
>> I though that this option was discarded due to the fact it relies on
>> google/and or outside resources.
>> Thomas Bruederli wrote:
>> > Thanks for this suggestion Phil. I did not know this project but I now
>> > gave it a try and integrated GoogieSpell to RoundCube. The whole tool
>> > still has to be built into the RoundCube interface but for now it's
>> > ready for testing.
>> > Regards,
>> > Thomas
>> > phil wrote:
>> >> I have tried the spellcheck option already out there, but want to see
> about integrating Googiespell [http://amix.dk/projects/?page_id=3] into
> Roundcube. From the demo you see that it's as slick as it is in Gmail, so
> I've started another HOWTO to cover this, but can't figure out how to
> integrate it into the existing 'compose' textarea. Can someone take a
> look? The documentation on the site makes it look very simple
> [http://amix.dk/projects/?page_id=3#How_to_use_the_script_] Here's where
> I am so far with my HOWTO:
>> >> [..]
>> >> But I can't figure out where this goes. So far I've created a
> program/include/rcube_googiespell.inc file with the above, but don't know
> how it needs to hook into compose.inc. Anyone with a bit more include
> knowledge out there want to fix it? We only need 1-2 more steps to get
> this working While it does rely on Google, it is GPL and it 'could' be
> included in RC, or it could just be another plugin for users to choose
> from. Either way this is the nicest looking option I've seen, and the
> most RC like to boot.
>> >> Thanks
>> >> P
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