Samuel Harris Lipoff <lipoff(a)fas.harvard.edu> writes:
Although the ispell package installs by the automated installer and
appears in the xemacs-packages\lisp subdirectory, it does not work!
When I try to launch the speller the minibuffer reports "No such
file or directory, ispell"
Have you installed the ispell program somewhere in your PATH? The
ispell package relies on an eternal command that must be installed
Personally I use the cygwin (see cygwin.com
) version of XEmacs and
Aspell (an ispell replacement from aspell.net
) that I compiled myself.
I've had good results with this setup. There is also a pre-compiled
binary version of Aspell at <http://aspell.net/win32/>
work if you aren't interested in compiling it yourself.
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