Bug#418430: [baruch@debian.org: Re: [Debian-hebrew-package] Bug#418430: mixed hebrew/english spell checking is needed]

Baruch Even baruch at debian.org
Sat Apr 14 19:16:48 UTC 2007

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From: Baruch Even <baruch at debian.org>
To: Diego Iastrubni <elcuco at kde.org>, 418430-quite at bugs.debian.org
Subject: Re: [Debian-hebrew-package] Bug#418430: mixed hebrew/english spell checking is needed
Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2007 22:15:39 +0300
Cc: debian-hebrew-common at lists.alioth.debian.org

* Diego Iastrubni <elcuco at kde.org> [070409 21:06]:
> Package: hspell
> Version: 1.0-2
> The problem is simple: I want to have spell checking in kmail, where I write 
> Hebrew and English. The idea is to use multispell instead of hspell, or 
> calling hspell -i instead of "hspell".

Why can't this be done by simply calling the right program in kmail?

IMO it is an issue with kmail calling the wrong program for you rather
than a need for using hspell through an alternatives mechanism.


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