What is Vim-Grammalecte?
Vim-Grammalecte is a plugin that integrates Grammalecte into Vim. Grammalecte is an Open Source grammar checker for French.
See http://grammalecte.net for more details about Grammalecte.
If you don't have time to read help files, this screenshot will give you an idea of what the Grammalecte plugin does:
In GVim (with curly underlines to highlight errors):
Installing and configuration
To install and configure the vim-Grammalecte plugin, refer to the documentation:
The Grammalecte plugin defines 2 commands :GrammalecteCheck and :GrammalecteClear.
Use the :GrammalecteCheck command to check the grammar in the current buffer. This will highlight errors in the buffer. It will also open a new scratch window with the list of grammar mistakes with further explanations for each error. It also populates the location-list for the window.
The :GrammalecteCheck command accepts a range. You can for example check grammar between lines 100 and 200 in buffer with :100,200GrammalecteCheck, check grammar in the visual selection with :<',>'GrammalecteCheck, etc. The default range is 1,$ (whole buffer).
Use the :GrammalecteClear command to clear highlighting of grammar mistakes, close the scratch window containing the list of errors, clear and close the location-list.
See :help Grammalecte for more details.
The VIM LICENSE applies to the Grammalecte.vim plugin (see :help copyright except use "Grammalecte.vim" instead of "Vim".
Grammalecte is freely available under GPL.