The mission of the Lingucomponent Project is to provide competitive writing aid features (spell checking, hyphenation, thesaurus, grammar checking etc.) for as many languages as possible.
|Sub-Projects: Volunteers are greatly appreciated!|
|Download Dictionaries||Dictionaries for most supported languages|
|How-to create a Spelling Dictionary||Create a dictionary for your language|
|How-to create a Hyphenation Dictionary||Enhance ALT Linux hyph module; add a dictionary for your language|
|How-to create a Thesaurus (updated 2009-10-10)||Create a thesaurus for your language|
|How-to develop a Grammar Checker (updated 2010-09-04)||Design, develop, and implement grammar checking for your language|
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- All open issues targeted for OpenOffice.org 3.3
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- All open issues targeted for later
Lingucomponent was started by Kevin Hendricks to integrate various open source spell checkers into the OpenOffice.org build. With a little prodding from Kevin Atkinson, the author of Pspell (now Aspell), a new spell checker called MySpell was written in C++ that supported affix compression, based on Ispell. MySpell was used to support spell checking in OpenOffice.org 1.x. MySpell has been replaced with hunspell starting with OpenOffice.org 2.0.2. Hunspell builds on MySpell but supports Unicode and adds several other useful features.
Project Lead: László Németh