Commit cc8556d9 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(flyspell-external-point-words): Simplify logic, and don't try to

check for consecutive appearances of one incorrect word.
parent 7cf7e30f
2005-10-09 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* textmodes/flyspell.el (flyspell-external-point-words): Simplify
logic, and don't try to check for consecutive appearances of one
incorrect word.
2005-10-10 Nick Roberts <nickrob@snap.net.nz>
* speedbar.el (speedbar-buffer-easymenu-definition): Add menu
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......@@ -1322,47 +1322,43 @@ Word syntax described by `flyspell-dictionary-alist' (which see)."
;* flyspell-external-point-words ... */
;*---------------------------------------------------------------------*/
(defun flyspell-external-point-words ()
(let ((buffer flyspell-external-ispell-buffer))
(set-buffer buffer)
"Mark words from a buffer listing incorrect words in order of appearance.
The list of incorrect words should be in `flyspell-external-ispell-buffer'.
\(We finish by killing that buffer and setting the variable to nil.)
The buffer to mark them in is `flyspell-large-region-buffer'."
(with-current-buffer flyspell-external-ispell-buffer
(goto-char (point-min))
(let ((pword "")
(pcount 1))
;; now we are done with ispell, we have to find the word in
;; the initial buffer
(while (< (point) (- (point-max) 1))
;; we have to fetch the incorrect word
(if (re-search-forward "\\([^\n]+\\)\n" (point-max) t)
(let ((word (match-string 1)))
(if (string= word pword)
(setq pcount (1+ pcount))
(progn
(setq pword word)
(setq pcount 1)))
(goto-char (match-end 0))
(if flyspell-issue-message-flag
(message "Spell Checking...%d%% [%s]"
(* 100 (/ (float (point)) (point-max)))
word))
(set-buffer flyspell-large-region-buffer)
(goto-char flyspell-large-region-beg)
(let ((keep t)
(n 0))
(while (and (or (< n pcount) keep)
(search-forward word flyspell-large-region-end t))
(progn
(goto-char (- (point) 1))
(setq n (1+ n))
(setq keep (flyspell-word))))
(if (= n pcount)
(setq flyspell-large-region-beg (point))))
(set-buffer buffer))
(goto-char (point-max)))))
;; Loop over incorrect words.
(while (re-search-forward "\\([^\n]+\\)\n" (point-max) t)
;; Bind WORD to the next one.
(let ((word (match-string 1)))
;; Here there used to be code to see if WORD is the same
;; as the previous iteration, and count the number of consecutive
;; identical words, and the loop below would search for that many.
;; That code seemed to be incorrect, and on principle, should
;; be unnecessary too. -- rms.
(if flyspell-issue-message-flag
(message "Spell Checking...%d%% [%s]"
(* 100 (/ (float (point)) (point-max)))
word))
;; Search the other buffer for occurrences of this word,
;; and check them. Stop when we find one that reports "incorrect".
;; (I don't understand the reason for that logic,
;; but I didn't want to change it. -- rms.)
(with-current-buffer flyspell-large-region-buffer
(goto-char flyspell-large-region-beg)
(let ((keep t))
(while (and keep
(search-forward word flyspell-large-region-end t))
(goto-char (- (point) 1))
(setq keep (flyspell-word)))
(setq flyspell-large-region-beg (point))))))
;; we are done
(if flyspell-issue-message-flag (message "Spell Checking completed."))
;; ok, we are done with pointing out incorrect words, we just
;; have to kill the temporary buffer
(kill-buffer flyspell-external-ispell-buffer)
(setq flyspell-external-ispell-buffer nil)))
(if flyspell-issue-message-flag (message "Spell Checking completed.")))
;; Kill and forget the buffer with the list of incorrect words.
(kill-buffer flyspell-external-ispell-buffer)
(setq flyspell-external-ispell-buffer nil))
;*---------------------------------------------------------------------*/
;* flyspell-large-region ... */
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