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A spelling library such as Hunspell or Aspell can be integrated into your program:

library(hunspell)

# Check individual words
words <- c("beer", "wiskey", "wine")
correct <- hunspell_check(words)
print(correct)
# [1]  TRUE FALSE  TRUE

your editor:

notepad++ spellchecking

or your build pipeline:

spell check HTML:
image: tmaier/hunspell:latest
script:
  - export HUNSPELL_FINDINGS=`hunspell -l -i UTF-8 -d de_DE_neu,en_US -p .words -H public/**/*.html | sort | uniq`
  - echo $HUNSPELL_FINDINGS
  - test "$HUNSPELL_FINDINGS" == ""
dependencies:
  - build
stage: test
allow_failure: true

Create a custom dictionary file to spellcheck project specific jargon using the "Add to Dictionary" functionality of your editor of choice.

Add to Dictionary References

A spelling library such as Hunspell or Aspell can be integrated into your program:

library(hunspell)

# Check individual words
words <- c("beer", "wiskey", "wine")
correct <- hunspell_check(words)
print(correct)
# [1]  TRUE FALSE  TRUE

your editor:

notepad++ spellchecking

or your build pipeline:

spell check HTML:
image: tmaier/hunspell:latest
script:
  - export HUNSPELL_FINDINGS=`hunspell -l -i UTF-8 -d de_DE_neu,en_US -p .words -H public/**/*.html | sort | uniq`
  - echo $HUNSPELL_FINDINGS
  - test "$HUNSPELL_FINDINGS" == ""
dependencies:
  - build
stage: test
allow_failure: true

Create a custom dictionary file to spellcheck project specific jargon using the "Add to Dictionary" functionality of your editor of choice.

Add to Dictionary References

A spelling library such as Hunspell or Aspell can be integrated into your program:

library(hunspell)

# Check individual words
words <- c("beer", "wiskey", "wine")
correct <- hunspell_check(words)
print(correct)
# [1]  TRUE FALSE  TRUE

your editor:

notepad++ spellchecking

or your build pipeline:

spell check HTML:
image: tmaier/hunspell:latest
script:
  - export HUNSPELL_FINDINGS=`hunspell -l -i UTF-8 -d de_DE_neu,en_US -p .words -H public/**/*.html | sort | uniq`
  - echo $HUNSPELL_FINDINGS
  - test "$HUNSPELL_FINDINGS" == ""
dependencies:
  - build
stage: test
allow_failure: true

Create a custom dictionary file to spellcheck project specific jargon using the "Add to Dictionary" functionality of your editor of choice.

Add to Dictionary References

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source | link

A spelling library such as Hunspell or Aspell can be integrated into your program:

library(hunspell)

# Check individual words
words <- c("beer", "wiskey", "wine")
correct <- hunspell_check(words)
print(correct)
# [1]  TRUE FALSE  TRUE

your editor:

notepad++ spellchecking

or your build pipeline:

spell check HTML:
image: tmaier/hunspell:latest
script:
  - export HUNSPELL_FINDINGS=`hunspell -l -i UTF-8 -d de_DE_neu,en_US -p .words -H public/**/*.html | sort | uniq`
  - echo $HUNSPELL_FINDINGS
  - test "$HUNSPELL_FINDINGS" == ""
dependencies:
  - build
stage: test
allow_failure: true

Create a custom dictionary file to spellcheck project specific jargon using the "Add to Dictionary" functionality of your editor of choice.

Add to Dictionary References