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PHPSpellchecker for VB2.x! (Beta)
by Raz
14 Jul 2002 23:25

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OK, finally here is the code for the PHPSpellchecker!
If you find any bugs, please post your findings here

Check out the Zip file for more info.

Enjoy!
Raz

Note: You will require PSpell (inc ASpell) installed.

Velocd 14 Jul 2002 23:30

Another one?? Heh heh (hopefully this one works) :P
*is trying now*

Raz 14 Jul 2002 23:36

It might work, it might not - thats why its in beta at the moment ;)

Paul 14 Jul 2002 23:37

Thanks for offering this to the community, Raz. While I won't be installing this in the immediate future, I'm interested to hear how this works for others.

Velocd 14 Jul 2002 23:45

Raz have you tried it? How about some support on installing this Pspell thing you need to have, I'm a bit confused on how to install it. I've already downloaded it, and looked at the instructions...but it's not much help..:p

Prince 14 Jul 2002 23:51

I just installed it, and everything works except it will not submit the changes, when I hit Finshed Checking it just blinks and comes back again.

Raz 14 Jul 2002 23:52

OK, to install PSpell do that following (taken from php.net):
Quote:

Configuration
RedHat 7.2 (installed without pspell/aspell)
php4.2.1 (DSO), pspell .12.2, aspell .33.7.1, Apache 1.3.24 (mod_ssl)

cd aspell
# I did not specify a prefix
./configure
make
make install

cd pspell
# I did not specify a prefix
./configure
make
cd modules
./add-modules
cd ..
make
make install
# For ldconfig /usr/local/lib was not in itís path, so I had to edit
/etc/ld.so.conf and add: /usr/local/lib
ldconfig -v
cd ..

cd php
./configure --with-pspell=/usr/local \
--other config options etc
make
make install

Raz 14 Jul 2002 23:54

Quote:

Originally posted by Prince
I just installed it, and everything works except it will not submit the changes, when I hit Finshed Checking it just blinks and comes back again.
Prince, upload the contents of the new zip - and it should be fine :)

Velocd 14 Jul 2002 23:54

Heh, I'm no expert when it comes to this command stuff. Is this done in Telnet? Also, the Pspell files, do I upload them all to that spellcheck folder?

Raz 14 Jul 2002 23:56

Velocd, you will need to rebuild your PHP installation.

If you've never done it before, I suggest you do some reading up before you attempt this.

Do you have root access to your server?

Prince 14 Jul 2002 23:58

Quote:

Originally posted by Raz
Prince, upload the contents of the new zip - and it should be fine :)
I did. :confused:

Velocd 14 Jul 2002 23:59

rebuild my PHP installation? that doesn't sound like fun :(

I have root access to my server, yes, I believe. I was hoping this spellchecker wasn't going to involve so much other stuff... hmm..Prince seemed to install it quite fast...

Raz 15 Jul 2002 00:01

Prince, re-upload this one (I just updated it).

Velocd, it looks like Prince has already had PSpell installed. You might also have it pre-installed - just upload the files and see if they work for you.
Alternately you can use a phpinfo() file and it should have pspell listed there if you have it installed.

Velocd 15 Jul 2002 00:06

I tried out the spellchecker on my forum and the pop-up window just gives a database error. I then checked phpinfo() and Pspell came up nowhere, so I don't think it's installed. Do you have ICQ or AIM, we could possibly talk there and you could give a walkthrough on how to install this..;)

Or here, is fine also.

Prince 15 Jul 2002 00:08

Raz, it is submitting now, however it gives blank pages every once in awhile.

(btw, I just asked my web host to install the pspell libraries and they had it done within 24 hours.)


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