[pmwiki-users] spell checker

Mark Trumpold mark at ruthtrumpold.id.au
Sun Jun 15 08:06:08 CDT 2008


I am wondering if you really need a spell checker with so many web  
browsers with built in spell checkers.


On 15/06/2008, at 2:41 PM, david roundell wrote:

> hello
> am trying to install this cookbook http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/ 
> Cookbook/SpellChecker
> unfortunately the GB dictionary is not being picked up. when i run  
> spell checker on the browser i get a javascript errors.
> this is caused by invalid html being picked up when it tries to  
> retrieve the temporary file needed to run the spell checker
> <br />
> <b>Warning</b>:  shell_exec(): Unable to execute '&quot;C:\Program  
> Files\Aspell\bin\aspell.exe&quot; -a --encoding=utf-8 &lt; C:\Temp 
> \aspAEB.tmp 2&gt;&amp;1' in <b>C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\pub\speller 
> \spellchecker.php</b> on line <b>93</b><br />
> error = 'System error: Aspell program execution failed (`"C: 
> \Program Files\Aspell\bin\aspell.exe" -a --encoding=utf-8 < C:\Temp 
> \aspAEB.tmp 2>&1`)';
> (the javascript errors seem erroneous but stem from the  
> spellchecker.php - i think the html that is pulled in when the  
> spell checker runs is causing the javascript errors - syntax error/ 
> wordWindowObj is undefined/object required)
> i hardcoded the path to the aspell.exe and used quotes as suggested  
> in the cookbook. the webserver is running xp and as its at work i  
> am unable to install any other operating system or use any other  
> browser than ie v6.0.2900.
> i did investigate the 2>&1 in case this was a unix script but  
> google suggests this can be used on a windows o/s. i have also  
> hardcoded the temporary file to point to c:temp
> any suggestions or advice would be much appreciated. the spell  
> checker would be of great benefit to the users!
> thanks
> david
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