Hi, forum members,
I’m facing a similar issue as describe by @Amir here.
But this one seems to me more
vim oriented and not general. So…
Here is my question, I got a lot of domains specific terms in my text. As there are so much of them it’s becoming impossible for me to do the proof-reading with LanguageTool.
I’m a vim-languagetool user. In
vim, one can use
zg to add current “incorrect” word to a kind of ignore file in
~/.vim/spell/en.utf-8-add, in my case.
I see in
LanguageTool-4.x/org/languagetool/resource/en/hunspell/spelling.txt we can add kind of “to ignore” things. My current solution is to use
:read ~/.vim/spell/en.utf-8-add to append these “to ignore” terms to
spelling.txt. As you can see, this is not the trivial solution.
Does someone have an idea of how to communicate these two file? Or can LanguageTool take an extra file for spell checking?