Re: mc Digest, Vol 94, Issue 5

First find your:
 <your home dir>/mc/mcedit/

Perhaps: ls -l ~/mc/mcedit/
 or try: locate mcedit | grep macro

In previous versions *macro* was in the same directory, but had
nothing to do with ispell.

Here's the old: File: edit.spell.rc...
#! /bin/sh
# *** External Spell Checker for GNU Midnight Commander.
# arguments:
#    $1 - Name of the file being edited
#    $2 - Name of the file to be processed

if aspell </dev/null >/dev/null 2>&1; then
  aspell -c "$2"
  ispell "$2"
and i see no reason why macros should be involved.

I'm wondering if the new version still has <bad effects from arrow-keys>
after the spell-check; even after exiting <F4> and re-entering?

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Today's Topics:

   1. No spell check in 4.8.1 (mcedit) (Christian Dysthe)


Message: 1
Date: Mon, 6 Feb 2012 13:15:16 -0600
From: Christian Dysthe <cdysthe gmail com>
To: MC Mailing List <mc gnome org>
Subject: No spell check in 4.8.1 (mcedit)
Message-ID: <20120206191516 GA6958 mint>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii


I had some problmes with formatting in the build so I added the
nightly binary repo and got 4.8.1 which works great except for getting
spell check to work. When I mark some text and do ispell from the drop down
I get this error message: "Cannot open file
/home/user/share/mc/mcedit/macros.d/ No such file or directory
(2). Could someone please help me getting spell check working? I'm running
on a Linux Mint Debian system.



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