Upon a fresh install of KDE..

Don Sanders sanders at kde.org
Fri Jul 4 02:14:08 BST 2003

I'll be available on the weekend on IRC to follow this up. Would 
prefer to discuss on IRC rather than email.


On Tuesday 24 June 2003 09:30, Scott Wheeler wrote:
> On Monday 23 June 2003 10:56, Alex Zepeda wrote:
> > Currently there's a bug where if ispell is chosen, two ispell
> > processes for each text edit box are launched, and the hilighting
> > is still useless.
> It's on my TODO list to go back around and do some fixes in there;
> the code there is a mix of Don/TT/KMail/me, so nobody has really
> claimed the bugs. ;-)
> I was just looking at things and I noticed that in the current
> implementation it does create a new instance of KSpell for every
> textbox that uses it; I'll probably move to some kind of reference
> counted KSpell instance (basically a singleton with a reference
> count that deletes itself when nothing is using it), but I'm not
> sure if the fix should be in KSpell or
> KDictSpellingHighlighter.
> Hmm, I also just noticed that there's no call to KSpell::cleanUp()
> in there, so I'll get that too.
> I've noticed some of the highlighting bugs too, but haven't
> debugged them; I suspect that its some differences between
> KTextEdit and KEdit/QTextEdit since KMail (well, libkdenetwork)
> uses an almost identical class with a with the above and I haven't
> noticed these problems there.
> I'm currently slowed down since I'm without DSL for (hopefully) a
> few days (Thanks Arcor!), but I'll try to get to this stuff next
> weekend.
> Cheers,
> -Scott

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