|Adam Kruszewski 1a47c51064|
Completion At Point extensions using Jinx spell checking
- Cape-jinx-completion package
- Installation instructions
- How to contribute
Simple package providing
completion-at-point extension using spell checking capabilities derived from Abiword's libenchant. All of the heavy lifting is done using jinx.el package - Enchanted Spell Checker.
Picture is worth a thousand words
Completion candidates using spell checker:
;; First we need to configure jinx. You don't need to enable jinx-mode to use cape-jinx, ;; but you need to provide configuration and set up dictionaries to use. (use-package jinx :straight (:host github :repo "minad/jinx" :files ("*")) :config ;; Add unicode stuff I need to exclude from spell-checking (emojis, symbols, etc) (push "[\U00002600-\U0001ffff]" (alist-get t jinx-exclude-regexps)) ;; set langauge dictionaries to use - the list is space seprated in a single string. (setq jinx-languages "pl en")) ;; Cape-jinx package and configuration: (use-package cape-jinx-completion :straight (:type git :repo "https://code.bsdgeek.org/adam/cape-jinx-completion" :files (:defaults "*.el")) :after jinx :config ;; add cape-jinx to completion-at-point functions list. (add-to-list 'completion-at-point-functions #'cape-jinx-completion))
Options available to customize are literally copied from
cape-dict and work exactly the same way.
cape-jinx-case-replaceControls whether case of input be preserved.
cape-jinx-case-foldControls whether case fold search should be used during search.
How to contribute
The latest source code is available at https://code.bsdgeek.org/adam/cape-jinx-completion
Issue reports, questions, comments and code patches are welcome – you can send them to me over e-mail at adam at kruszewski dot name (please be patient as I'm not checking this account on a daily basis).