Python GTK Spellcheck
Python GTK Spellcheck is a simple but quite powerful spellchecking library for GTK written in pure Python. It's spellchecking component is based on Enchant and it supports both GTK bindings (PyGObject, PyGTK) as well as Python 3 and 2.
- spellchecking based on Enchant for GtkTextViews
- support for word, line and multiple line ignore regular expressions
- PyGObject and PyGtk (automatic detection) as well as Python 3 and 2 compatible
- localized names of the available languages based on ISO-Codes
- support for custom ignore tags and hot swap of GtkTextBuffers
- enable and disable of spellchecking with preferences memory
- support for Hunspell (LibreOffice) and Aspell (GNU) dictionaries
- supports extraction of dictionaries out of LibreOffice extension files
- legacy API for Python GtkSpell
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Version numbers follow Semantic Versioning. However version change from 3 to 4 pertains only API incompatible changes in oxt_extract and not the spellchecking component.
The documentation is available at Read the Docs.