[TxMt] Re: Spelling in comments
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Fri Aug 8 13:45:56 UTC 2008
You can change the "Spell Checking: Disable for Source" value to 1 in
the Source bundle to turn spellchecking on for comments. Click on
'Bundles->Bundle Editor->SHow Bundle Editor' and highlight the Source
bundle in the list - the one you need is a preferences option in this
I've tested this with comments in PHP and it picks them up if the
value is set to '1' but doesn't when set to '0'.
On 8 Aug 2008, at 14:28, Eric Uner wrote:
> In looking at how spell checking in comments works, and searching
> the archives for alternatives and suggestions, I can see spelling is
> disabled in comments because, as Alan points out, "a lot of comments
> are actually commented out code." Good point, and I can clearly see
> there is no one way that can make everyone happy.
> In my case, a tremendous amount of useful documentation is in code
> comments, and spelling errors make the code less professional. I am
> constantly going to an external editor, or typing the comment into a
> blank area of the document inside a quote so that TextMate thinks it
> is a string, then removing the quote and hitting command+/. I'm
> thinking about crating a shell script or bundle or something to do
> all this.
> Does anyone have any more "elegant" suggestions?
> It would be great if there was a way, for example, to have a menu
> item (perhaps even a bundle) that could just spell check the
> selection regardless of the context.
> Thank you for any suggestions.
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