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Metadata-Version: 1.0
Name: hunspell
Version: 0.4.1
Version: 0.5.5
Summary: Module for the Hunspell spellchecker engine
Home-page: http://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell
Author: Benoît Latinier
Author-email: benoit@latinier.fr
License: LGPLv3
Description: UNKNOWN
Description-Content-Type: UNKNOWN
Description: [![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/blatinier/pyhunspell.png)](https://travis-ci.org/blatinier/pyhunspell)
# About PyHunSpell
**pyhunspell** is a set of Python bindings for the Hunspell spellchecker
engine. It lets developers load Hunspell dictionaries, check words, get
suggestions, add new words, etc. It also provides some basic morphological
analysis related methods.
See [ChangeLog](https://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md) for activity.
See [Authors](https://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell/blob/master/AUTHORS.md) for all contributors.
# Installation
Make sure that `python-dev` and `libhunspell-dev` are installed.
You can install this package using pip:
```
pip install hunspell
```
Or from source using the following command as root:
```
python setup.py install
```
For OSX the version of the lib used to compile is hardcoded. If your installation fails, please try to clone the repo and change `main_module_kwargs['include_dirs']` in `setup.py` to the correct one and/or open an issue stating the problem and the hunspell version with the `.h` location in your system.
For windows7 [@tallforasmurf](https://github.com/tallforasmurf) compiled a python 3.4 compatible version of the pyhunspell==0.3.3 package available here: http://pyhunspell.latinier.fr
(Warning: Those windows compiled packages are not reviewed or tested). It could work for other windows version or python versions.
# Documentation
[Go here for some documentation](https://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell/wiki/Documentation)
# Usage
```
>>> import hunspell
>>> hobj = hunspell.HunSpell('/usr/share/hunspell/en_US.dic', '/usr/share/hunspell/en_US.aff')
>>> hobj.spell('spookie')
False
>>> hobj.suggest('spookie')
['spookier', 'spookiness', 'spook', 'cookie', 'bookie', 'Spokane', 'spoken']
>>> hobj.spell('spooky')
True
>>> hobj.analyze('linked')
[' st:linked', ' st:link fl:D']
>>> hobj.stem('linked')
['linked', 'link']
>>> hobj.spell('spookie')
False
>>> hobj.add('spookie')
>>> hobj.spell('spookie')
True
>>> hobj.remove('spookie')
>>> hobj.spell('spookie')
False
```
# Troubleshooting
On MacOS Sierra with python 3.5 you can come across this error:
```
fatal error: /Applications/XXX-bla-bla-bla-XXX/usr/bin/lipo: can't figure out the architecture type of: /var/folders/bla-bla-bla/XXX.out
```
It might be solved by doing `brew unlink apple-gcc42`. See #31 and regebro/hovercraft#80.
# Misc
Saw a bug ? Wan't a feature ? Go fill an issue [here](https://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell/issues)
For information, version naming (introduced for 0.4.0) is based on Hungarian cities ordered by population except Budapest.
The reason why is that hunspell stands for Hungarian Spell.
# License
PyHunspell itself is licensed under the LGPL version 3 or later, see
lgpl-3.0.txt and gpl-3.0.txt. The files in the debian/ directory and setup.py
are licensed under the GPL version 3.
Platform: UNKNOWN
[![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/blatinier/pyhunspell.png)](https://travis-ci.org/blatinier/pyhunspell)
# About PyHunSpell
**pyhunspell** is a set of Python bindings for the Hunspell spellchecker
engine. It lets developers load Hunspell dictionaries, check words, get
suggestions, add new words, etc. It also provides some basic morphological
analysis related methods.
See [ChangeLog](https://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md) for activity.
See [Authors](https://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell/blob/master/AUTHORS.md) for all contributors.
# Installation
Make sure that `python-dev` and `libhunspell-dev` are installed.
You can install this package using pip:
```
pip install hunspell
```
Or from source using the following command as root:
```
python setup.py install
```
For OSX the version of the lib used to compile is hardcoded. If your installation fails, please try to clone the repo and change `main_module_kwargs['include_dirs']` in `setup.py` to the correct one and/or open an issue stating the problem and the hunspell version with the `.h` location in your system.
For windows7 [@tallforasmurf](https://github.com/tallforasmurf) compiled a python 3.4 compatible version of the pyhunspell==0.3.3 package available here: http://pyhunspell.latinier.fr
(Warning: Those windows compiled packages are not reviewed or tested). It could work for other windows version or python versions.
# Documentation
[Go here for some documentation](https://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell/wiki/Documentation)
# Usage
```
>>> import hunspell
>>> hobj = hunspell.HunSpell('/usr/share/hunspell/en_US.dic', '/usr/share/hunspell/en_US.aff')
>>> hobj.spell('spookie')
False
>>> hobj.suggest('spookie')
['spookier', 'spookiness', 'spook', 'cookie', 'bookie', 'Spokane', 'spoken']
>>> hobj.spell('spooky')
True
>>> hobj.analyze('linked')
[' st:linked', ' st:link fl:D']
>>> hobj.stem('linked')
['linked', 'link']
>>> hobj.spell('spookie')
False
>>> hobj.add('spookie')
>>> hobj.spell('spookie')
True
>>> hobj.remove('spookie')
>>> hobj.spell('spookie')
False
```
# Troubleshooting
On MacOS Sierra with python 3.5 you can come across this error:
```
fatal error: /Applications/XXX-bla-bla-bla-XXX/usr/bin/lipo: can't figure out the architecture type of: /var/folders/bla-bla-bla/XXX.out
```
It might be solved by doing `brew unlink apple-gcc42`. See #31 and regebro/hovercraft#80.
# Misc
Saw a bug ? Wan't a feature ? Go fill an issue [here](https://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell/issues)
For information, version naming (introduced for 0.4.0) is based on Hungarian cities ordered by population except Budapest.
The reason why is that hunspell stands for Hungarian Spell.
# License
PyHunspell itself is licensed under the LGPL version 3 or later, see
lgpl-3.0.txt and gpl-3.0.txt. The files in the debian/ directory and setup.py
are licensed under the GPL version 3.
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Metadata-Version: 1.0
Name: hunspell
Version: 0.5.5
Summary: Module for the Hunspell spellchecker engine
Home-page: http://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell
Author: Benoît Latinier
Author-email: benoit@latinier.fr
License: LGPLv3
Description-Content-Type: UNKNOWN
Description: [![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/blatinier/pyhunspell.png)](https://travis-ci.org/blatinier/pyhunspell)
# About PyHunSpell
**pyhunspell** is a set of Python bindings for the Hunspell spellchecker
engine. It lets developers load Hunspell dictionaries, check words, get
suggestions, add new words, etc. It also provides some basic morphological
analysis related methods.
See [ChangeLog](https://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md) for activity.
See [Authors](https://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell/blob/master/AUTHORS.md) for all contributors.
# Installation
Make sure that `python-dev` and `libhunspell-dev` are installed.
You can install this package using pip:
```
pip install hunspell
```
Or from source using the following command as root:
```
python setup.py install
```
For OSX the version of the lib used to compile is hardcoded. If your installation fails, please try to clone the repo and change `main_module_kwargs['include_dirs']` in `setup.py` to the correct one and/or open an issue stating the problem and the hunspell version with the `.h` location in your system.
For windows7 [@tallforasmurf](https://github.com/tallforasmurf) compiled a python 3.4 compatible version of the pyhunspell==0.3.3 package available here: http://pyhunspell.latinier.fr
(Warning: Those windows compiled packages are not reviewed or tested). It could work for other windows version or python versions.
# Documentation
[Go here for some documentation](https://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell/wiki/Documentation)
# Usage
```
>>> import hunspell
>>> hobj = hunspell.HunSpell('/usr/share/hunspell/en_US.dic', '/usr/share/hunspell/en_US.aff')
>>> hobj.spell('spookie')
False
>>> hobj.suggest('spookie')
['spookier', 'spookiness', 'spook', 'cookie', 'bookie', 'Spokane', 'spoken']
>>> hobj.spell('spooky')
True
>>> hobj.analyze('linked')
[' st:linked', ' st:link fl:D']
>>> hobj.stem('linked')
['linked', 'link']
>>> hobj.spell('spookie')
False
>>> hobj.add('spookie')
>>> hobj.spell('spookie')
True
>>> hobj.remove('spookie')
>>> hobj.spell('spookie')
False
```
# Troubleshooting
On MacOS Sierra with python 3.5 you can come across this error:
```
fatal error: /Applications/XXX-bla-bla-bla-XXX/usr/bin/lipo: can't figure out the architecture type of: /var/folders/bla-bla-bla/XXX.out
```
It might be solved by doing `brew unlink apple-gcc42`. See #31 and regebro/hovercraft#80.
# Misc
Saw a bug ? Wan't a feature ? Go fill an issue [here](https://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell/issues)
For information, version naming (introduced for 0.4.0) is based on Hungarian cities ordered by population except Budapest.
The reason why is that hunspell stands for Hungarian Spell.
# License
PyHunspell itself is licensed under the LGPL version 3 or later, see
lgpl-3.0.txt and gpl-3.0.txt. The files in the debian/ directory and setup.py
are licensed under the GPL version 3.
Platform: UNKNOWN
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......@@ -18,27 +18,38 @@ You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with PyHunspell. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
"""
from distutils.core import setup, Extension
from setuptools import setup, Extension
import platform
import os
main_module_kwargs = {"sources": ['hunspell.c']}
def get_linux_include_dirs():
return ['{}/hunspell'.format(d) for d in os.getenv('INCLUDE_PATH', '').split(':') if d]
main_module_kwargs = {"sources": ['hunspell.cpp'],
"language": "c++"}
if platform.system() == "Windows":
main_module_kwargs['macros'] = [('HUNSPELL_STATIC', None)]
main_module_kwargs['define_macros'] = [('HUNSPELL_STATIC', None)]
main_module_kwargs['libraries'] = ['libhunspell']
main_module_kwargs['include_dirs'] = ['V:/hunspell-1.3.3/src/hunspell']
main_module_kwargs['library_dirs'] = ['V:/hunspell-1.3.3/src/win_api/x64/Release/libhunspell']
main_module_kwargs['compile_args'] = ['/MT']
main_module_kwargs['extra_compile_args'] = ['/MT']
elif platform.system() == "Darwin":
main_module_kwargs['define_macros'] = [('_LINUX', None)]
main_module_kwargs['libraries'] = ['hunspell']
main_module_kwargs['include_dirs'] = '/usr/local/Cellar/hunspell/1.6.2/include/hunspell',
main_module_kwargs['extra_compile_args'] = ['-Wall']
else:
main_module_kwargs['macros'] = [('_LINUX', None)]
main_module_kwargs['define_macros'] = [('_LINUX', None)]
main_module_kwargs['libraries'] = ['hunspell']
main_module_kwargs['include_dirs'] = '/usr/include/hunspell',
main_module_kwargs['compile_args'] = ['-Wall']
main_module_kwargs['include_dirs'] = get_linux_include_dirs() + ['/usr/include/hunspell']
main_module_kwargs['extra_compile_args'] = ['-Wall']
main = Extension('hunspell', **main_module_kwargs)
setup(name="hunspell",
version="0.4.1",
version="0.5.5",
description="Module for the Hunspell spellchecker engine",
long_description=open('README.md').read(),
author="Benoît Latinier",
author_email="benoit@latinier.fr",
url="http://github.com/blatinier/pyhunspell",
......
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