[PATCH] KSpell: Dollar-sign prevents text from being checked
bastian at kde.org
Sat Aug 24 22:39:25 BST 2002
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On Saturday 24 August 2002 11:39 am, Dave Corrie wrote:
> Some uses of the dollar-sign (e.g. "$0") can cause KSpell to skip all
> following text. The user is shown a progress bar which zips to 100% and
> would assume that no spelling errors existed.
> The attached patch fixes this. Could someone check it's sane before I
> commit? (I'm not well versed with ispell usage and am afraid of having
> missed a side-effect, or similar problem characters.)
> BTW, why can't KSpell launch ispell when run under gdb?
gdb fails to handle the fork() construction that we use in KProcess.
bastian at kde.org | SuSE Labs KDE Developer | bastian at suse.com
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