|| ||Ryan Kelly <ryan-AT-rfk.id.au> |
|| ||python-announce-list-AT-python.org |
|| ||ANN: PyEnchant 1.5.2 |
|| ||Mon, 27 Apr 2009 09:35:11 +1000|
|| ||Article, Thread
I'm pleased to announce the release of PyEnchant version 1.5.2.
This release fixes compatibility with py2exe, which had been broken
during the move from SWIG to ctypes. I've also included a unittest to
ensure that such breakage doesn't happen again.
Thanks to Stephen George for the initial fix on this one.
Enchant (http://www.abisource.com/enchant/) is the spellchecking
package behind the AbiWord word processor, is being considered for
inclusion in the KDE office suite, and is proposed as a
FreeDesktop.org standard. It's completely cross-platform because
it wraps the native spellchecking engine to provide a uniform
PyEnchant brings this simple, powerful and flexible spellchecking
engine to Python:
It also provides extended functionality including classes for tokenizing
text and iterating over the spelling errors in it, as well as a
ready-to-use text interface and wxPython dialog.
Current Version: 1.5.2
Licence: LGPL with exemptions, as per Enchant itself
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