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SubjectRe: [PATCH] kernel source spellchecker
On Fri, 28 Feb 2003, Dan Kegel wrote:

> Joe Perches wrote:
> > On Wed, 2003-02-26 at 22:59, Dan Kegel wrote:
> >
> >>Since the main remaining feature before release of the 2.6
> >>kernel is fixing all the remaining spelling errors,
> >>this patch seems appropriate.
> >
> >
> > Who let the comedian in? :o
>
> At first I was jokeing, but what the heck, I figured I'd run
> it. Here are the mispelled words that occur in five
> or more files and that lookd like real misspellings to my eye.
> The list contains some words that are ok in British usage;
> I don't have a British spellchecker (that I know how to use).
>
> Perhaps some eagr Perl monger can (after removing the British-ok
> words!) contribute a spellcorrect-kernel program that takes
> in a liste of known misspellings + corrections, and applies
> them to the commments in all kernel source files...
> - Dan

I've no spelling knowledge, so the list of spellcorrections must be made
by someone else. But i can volunteer the perl-snippet to correct the
files. :-)

See attachment.

The programm uses this file-format:
correct=false1,false2,false3...

As there are many ways to false-write a word i think this is the best(tm)
solution to get readable file.
:-)

I've only done a "quick-debug", so there might still be errors in the
program. (Including spelling-bugs ;-) )

- snip -
Usage: spell_fix.pl <options>, where valid options are
--help # this message :-)
--file <file> # File(s) to be checked
--dir <dir> # Directory(s) to be checked (recursive!)
--spell-file # File with the correction-list
--debug # Debugging-Messages
- snip -




Bis denn

--
Real Programmers consider "what you see is what you get" to be just as
bad a concept in Text Editors as it is in women. No, the Real Programmer
wants a "you asked for it, you got it" text editor -- complicated,
cryptic, powerful, unforgiving, dangerous.

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