Re: Unable to load the "aspell" module.
- From: John Merryweather Cooper <jmcoopr webmail bmi net>
- To: christophe barbe <christophe barbe ml online fr>
- Cc: balsa-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Unable to load the "aspell" module.
- Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2001 12:43:39 -0700
On 2001.08.13 12:40 christophe barbe wrote:
> You certainly need the .la file.
> You can do it yourself or grab it from
How are the *.la files used in this context? I'm in a running "war" with
the committer on this one in FreeBSD-land--I keep trying to put them in and
he keeps zipping them out of my distribution. Hence, spelling is broken
with Balsa in FreeBSD. But I need a good argument as to why/how they're
necessary in this context if I'm going to win . . . :)
> Le 2001.08.13 16:07:45 +0200, Toralf Lund a écrit :
> > When I try spellchecking in the compose window I get the following
> > message:
> > Unable to load the "aspell" module.
> > This may well be caused by a problem with my build or configuration,
> > I
> > don't know where to start looking. balsa is definitely linked with
> > libpspell, though, and aspell from the command line works just fine.
> > ideas?
> > I'm using the most recent Balsa code from CVS, along with pspell and
> > aspell
> > supplied with Red Hat 7.1 (pspell-0.11.2-2 and aspell-0.32.6-2)
> > --
> > - Toralf
> > ... who would like to appologise for any incorrect spelling in this
> > message
> > ;-)
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