Created attachment 609737 [details]
Multilanguage spelling patch for PSI 0.15
The attached patch enables multilanguage spelling in PSI.
PSI *must* be built *without* enchant, otherwise this patch is useless.
In order to enable this feature, you have to go to: Options -> Advanced -> options -> UI -> spell-check and edit the "langs" variable, adding two letters languages codes delimited by space.
E.g. to spell check Russian and English you have to set it to
"en ru" (without quotes)
Appropriate ASpell dictionaries have to be installed in advance.
Created attachment 609738 [details]
Chat window with two languages being spell checked on the fly
Created attachment 609739 [details]
Options window to set two spelling languages
OK, two months have passed and I see zero activity.
What should I do?
Meanwhile I'm bookmarking http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Policy_for_nonresponsive_package_maintainers
My main question is this: Why should that patch be added to the fedora psi-package?
This is clearly stuff that should be discussed with the psi upstream instead of a single downstream consumer of the code.
Other that that: As far as I understand enchant is the default spellchecker in fedora - disabling it doesn't sound like a good idea.