sphinxcontrib-spelling 4.2.1

sphinxcontrib-spelling is a spelling checker for Sphinx-based documentation. It uses PyEnchant to produce a report showing misspelled words.

What’s new in 4.2.1?

  • fix remaining logging issue (contributed by Timotheus Kampik)
  • Remove usage of deprecated logging API (contributed by Tim Graham)

sphinxcontrib.spelling 2.1.1

What is sphinxcontrib.spelling?

sphinxcontrib.spelling is a spelling checker for Sphinx. It uses
PyEnchant to produce a report showing misspelled words.

What’s New in This Release?

This is a point release with some packaging fixes for Debian and a
small code change to improve string handling.

  • remove announce.rst; moved to blogging repository
  • Merged in eriol/sphinxcontrib-spelling (pull request #2)
  • Removed no more used CHANGES file
  • Updated path of test_wordlist.txt
  • Merged in bmispelon/sphinxcontrib-spelling/isupper (pull request #1)
  • Use str.isupper() instead of ad-hoc method
  • fix syntax for tags directive

Installing

Please see the documentation for details.

sphinxcontrib.spelling 1.2

What is sphinxcontrib.spelling?

sphinxcontrib.spelling is a spelling checker for Sphinx. It uses
PyEnchant to produce a report showing misspelled words.

What’s New in 1.2?

This update checks the spelling of document titles and section headers
as well as the body of the document. It also fixes a packaging issue
that prevented the tests from working when run directly from the sdist
available on PyPI.

sphinxcontrib.spelling 1.1

What is sphinxcontrib.spelling?

sphinxcontrib.spelling is a spelling checker for Sphinx. It uses
PyEnchant to produce a report showing misspelled words.

What’s New in 1.1?

This point update includes new filters to ignore words commonly
encountered in software documentation and other writing about computer
programs. These include Python language built-ins, importable modules,
words that match the names of packages on the Python Package Index,
CamelCase words, and acronyms. There is also a new spelling
directive for creating a local word list within a document.