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I put up a release of GtkSpell 2.0
, the rewritten version for GTK 2.0.
Notably, this is much faster and a lot less flickery than the GTK 1.2 version.
There is still probably a bug or two wrt handling spaces at the beginning of a line (that may not be my fault-- I'm going to look into it more tonight but my simple test case indicates something's going wacky).
There are probably many more bugs with the way the autoconf'ing is set up, and I expect to learn about them as people on inferior (;)
) systems try this out.
If there isn't anything horribly wrong, I'll announce it to the GTK list, too.
If you're is bored, sending me relevant files to include to make it packageable (Debian, Redhat?) would be nice, too.
Otherwise, if you ./configure --prefix=/usr && make install
it only creates a few files, so it should be easy to remove: rm -r /usr/include/gtkspell* /usr/lib/libgtkspell* /usr/lib/pkg-config/gtkspell*
(And yeah, my local copy of LogJam 3.1 uses it now, too. Whee...)