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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Line 3 of ~/.mutt/vimrc should not have the + in it. The line should be:
    highlight SpellErrors ctermfg=Red cterm=underline term=reverse
    • the "+" was to denote that it should have been continued on the previous line. I'm just not proficent in markup to make the darn thing not wrap
      --

      -biz-

  • I also use vim, mutt and vimspell.vim. Somehow my configuration is much less complicated. First, I have this abbreviation defined, which completely avoids vimspell.vim:

    cab aspe :w<CR>:!aspell -e -c  %<CR>:e<CR><CR>

    That allows me to type ":aspe" and have the current document checked by 'aspell' as an e-mail message. This is a solution on it's own.

    I use 'vimspell.vim' to have spell check as I type. It seems to just check the document 'every once in a while'. However, it doesn'

  • Hi, I've followed the instructions to get on-the-fly spell checking working within Mutt, using Aspell and the vimspell.vim script, but with no luck. One thing could be that it's been a year since these instructions were posted and a lot has changed since then. Any ideas if these still apply? Thanks.