CrossStudio ARM and spell checker

Started by tomi July 14, 2009
How to disable spell checker engine in CrossStudio ARM 2.0 ?


An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

Hi,

> How to disable spell checker engine in CrossStudio ARM 2.0 ?

Why ask here, I wonder?

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>> How to disable spell checker engine in CrossStudio ARM 2.0 ?

>Why ask here, I wonder?
Our company are testing new developent IDE for LPC2000 - CrossStudio ARM 2.0
We have small problem with spell checker, becouse we don't use english
language, I can't find how to disable it. Is there option for this ?


tomi wrote:
>>> How to disable spell checker engine in CrossStudio ARM 2.0 ?
>>>
>
>
>> Why ask here, I wonder?
>>
> Our company are testing new developent IDE for LPC2000 - CrossStudio ARM 2.0
> We have small problem with spell checker, becouse we don't use english
> language, I can't find how to disable it. Is there option for this ?
>

If you have the very latest CrossWorks, right click in an editor, choose
Options, and turn the spelling checker off.

-- Paul.

Paul Curtis schrieb:

> If you have the very latest CrossWorks, right click in an editor, choose
> Options, and turn the spelling checker off.

Spell checker for a programming editor ? Cool. How does it divide
between English, C and assembler ?

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42Bastian wrote:
> Paul Curtis schrieb:
>
>
>> If you have the very latest CrossWorks, right click in an editor, choose
>> Options, and turn the spelling checker off.
>>
>
> Spell checker for a programming editor ? Cool. How does it divide
> between English, C and assembler ?
>
>

It only checks comments. Works pretty well (for English only).

-- Paul.
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Subject: Re: [lpc2000] CrossStudio ARM and spell checker
> Paul Curtis schrieb:
>
>> If you have the very latest CrossWorks, right click in an editor, choose
>> Options, and turn the spelling checker off.
>
> Spell checker for a programming editor ? Cool. How does it divide
> between English, C and assembler ?

It only checks comments!

Leon

Leon

>>> If you have the very latest CrossWorks, right click in an editor, choose
>>> Options, and turn the spelling checker off.
>> Spell checker for a programming editor ? Cool. How does it divide
>> between English, C and assembler ?
>
> It only checks comments!

_only_ is a lot, but variable names would also be nice. E.g. if these
are consequently written with "_" or camel-style or if they are mixed.
(So more a coding-style than a spell-checker)

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2009/7/14 Paul Curtis

>
> >If you have the very latest CrossWorks, right click in an editor, choose
> >Options, and turn the spelling checker off.
>
In latest version I have found this option. Thank you.