SpellChecker

Generic spell checker with support for Java, JavaScript, C, C++, HTML. Supports Aspell dictionaries.

Download SpellChecker 3.1.5 for EasyEclipse 1.2.2:

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Generic spell checker plugin for Eclipse. It includes special purpose spell checkers for Java, JavaScript, JavaProperties, C, C++, XML, HTML, JSP, and PHP. Features includes support for Aspell dictionaries, project specific settings, and check-as-you-type.



Note that we have not tested this plugin extensively. It may not work properly. Feel free to give feedback in the comments.

There are currently 3 comments for this plugin. You can review them and add more here.

Installing this plugin

This plugin is not shipped in any distribution. You must manually install it on an EasyEclipse distribution. No other installation will be needed, because this plugin has no dependencies.

Getting started

Help is available for this plugin, in the Help > Help Contents menu in EasyEclipse.

To access the spell checker, open the file to check; right-click in the opened editor view, and select Check Spelling. The Spell view opens and lists suggestions for each word not found in the dictionary.

By default, the spell checking is enabled for text files, but not for source files (C++, HTML/JSP, Java/Javascript, property files and XML). Those settings can be modified in the Preferences (Window > Preferences, Spelling tab).

Useful links

Changelog

Changes in EasyEclipse 1.2.2:

Changes in EasyEclipse 1.0.0:

Credits and License

Credits: Berthold Daum

(C) Copyright Berthold Daum 2006

This plugin is licensed under the Common Public License 1.0 license.

        
    

3 Comments »

Comment by mike
2009-06-17 09:37:35

Can’t install under Easyeclipse 1.3. Said “run preflight script for EasyEclipse SpellChecker 3.1.5″.

 
Comment by Sina
2014-01-31 07:15:45

Hi there. Thank you for the support.
The dictionary works good but there are some issues. Assume that a method is named “priavteEvent” there is no red line under the method name which is correct but in the javadoc there is a red line under this camelCased word.
I could’t find any way to add new words to the dictionary…

The last and the most important issue that made me to uninstall the plugin is that it slows down my editor (specially the scrolling) so much that I couldn’t accept the lag anymore, though that I have SSD and 2GB dedicated RAM to eclipse (I’m using OEPE Kepler on OS X. )

Comment by Sina
2014-01-31 10:53:40

Of course I meant “privateEvent” which shows that why I must use spell checker because I’m typing fast while coding and have always typos.

 
 
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