See each of the below packages for install guidelines.
Note that normal, canonical, and preferred BCP-47 codes are used.
To illustrate, as American English and Brazilian Portuguese are the most common
types of English and Portuguese respectively, they get the codes
Important: this project itself is MIT, but each
file still has its original license!
In total 90 dictionaries are provided.
Each dictionary can be installed on OS X by following this StackExchange answer.
I’ve only tested this on macOS, but there you at least need to install:
brew install wget(crawling)
brew install hunspell(many dictionaries)
brew install coreutils(many dictionaries)
brew install ispell(German)
Note that the GNU replacements should be setup in PATH to overwrite macOS defaults.
Dictionaries can be added if they:
- have a significant affix file (not just a
- have an open source license
- are convertible to UTF-8 with iconv(1)
The crawling and building is done in
Add code there, similar to the existing ones, to include new dictionaries.
license files in each dictionary for the licensing of