Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of GrammarCheckingID


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Timestamp:
17/11/20 14:26:24 (20 months ago)
Author:
evyncke@…
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Adam Roach's tip on the -H flag for aspell

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    11= Tools to Check Grammar in IETF Draft
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    3 This page lists a couple of tools and techniques to check the English grammar in XML or MarkDown IETF drafts.
     3This page lists a couple of tools and techniques to check the English grammar and spelling in XML or MarkDown IETF drafts.
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    5 The use of this tool is highly recommended to ease the reading and the understanding of documents. Authors should use one of these tools before submitting a draft.
     5The use of such a tool is highly recommended to ease the reading and the understanding of documents. Authors should use one of these tools before submitting a draft.
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    77Note: this list was compiled in 2020 by the IETF community and includes [#generic generic tools] on the Internet and [#specific specific tools] (often make by IETF authors).
     
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    1212Those tools do not always understand the structure of IETF draft and often require a TXT files without page headings (use `xml2rfc --raw` to get such a TXT file).
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     14=== GNU spell (no grammar check)
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     16http://aspell.net/ is a well-known spell checker. It has a filter for HTML/SGML that basically works with XML with the option `-H` or `--mode=html`.
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    1418=== Codespell (no grammar check)