# Kile: How to spell check all files in a project? (recursive spell-checker?)

When I write a paper using Kile, I typically create a project for the paper, have each section of the paper in a separate file in the project, and use the \include command to order them in the document.

I usually have automatic spell checking turned off because the wiggly lines annoy me. Instead, I simply manually run the spell checker periodically. However, whenever I do this, I have to open every file I want to spell check and run the spell checker in each one. This can get a bit annoying as I sometimes have dozens of files to spell check.

Is there a way to do either of the following:

1. Spell check all files in a Kile project
2. "Recursively" spell check files by opening and spell checking files listed in \include commands?
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I think this is a missing feature for Kile. FWIW, i just filed an enhancement request: bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=287746 –  Alessandro Cuttin Nov 28 '11 at 13:02
@AlessandroC. Would you turn the comment into an answer? –  egreg Dec 3 '11 at 21:47
@egreg Done! :) –  Alessandro Cuttin Dec 13 '11 at 12:36