I need a french dictionary. At least, it would be nice to have any information on the location where kile stores its spell-checking dictionaries.
For Debian-based Linux systems (including Ubuntu & Co) this should work:
After doing this, you have to activate the language and restart kile and the language should then be changed.
First, you need dictionary files (for example for Spanish you need the following files:
Second, copy files
Third, in the directory
Finally, restart Kile and select your newly added language from
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I recently ran out to this problem, and this is how i got non-english language spell check working on Ubuntu 13.10, with Kile 2.1.3
2) Search the right language id from Available Aspell Dictionaries - gnu.org.
5) Check the
7) Restart Kile.
1) Remove any aspell or myspell libraries with
2) Install voikko with
3) Follow steps 4 to 7 from the generic instructions (above)
! Please feel free to add the best dictionaries for your language above !