Version 1.0.0 Anish Patil<email@example.com> * In TRY Sequence of aff file contains characters that are used in building suggestions for misplaced words and those are arranged by frequencies in underline dictionaries. TRY sequence was missing in aff files for Hindi dictionaries. * Added Aff rules for Hindi dictionary See original package: http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/aspell/dict/hi/aspell6-hi-0.01-0.tar.bz2 Conversion made by Laszlo Nemeth, for demonstration of Hunspell Unicode support (see http://hunspell.sourceforge.net) ORIGINAL README: ----------------------------- GNU Aspell 0.60 Hindi (हिंदी) Dictionary Package Version 0.01-0 2005-01-27 Maintained By: The janabhaaratii Team (जनभारती) <janabhaaratii at ncst dot ernet dot in> Copyright Terms: GPL (see the file Copyright for the exact terms) Wordlist URL: http://www.janabhaaratii.org.in Source Verson: 0.01 This is the Hindi dictionary for Aspell. It requires Aspell version 0.60 or better. If Aspell is installed and aspell and prezip-bin are all in the path first do a: ./configure Which should output something like: Finding Dictionary file location ... /usr/local/lib/aspell Finding Data file location ... /usr/local/share/aspell if it did not something likely went wrong. After that build the package with: make and then install it with make install If any of the above mentioned programs are not in your path than the variables, ASPELL and/or PREZIP need to be set to the commands (with path) to run the utilities. These variables may be set in the environment before configure is run or specified at the command line using the following syntax ./configure --vars VAR1=VAL1 ... Other useful variables configure recognizes are ASPELL_PARMS, and DESTDIR. To clean up after the build: make clean To uninstall the files: make uninstall After the dictionaries are installed you can use the main one (hi) by setting the LANG environmental variable to hi or running Aspell with "--lang=hi". You may also chose the dictionary directly with the "-d" or "--master" option of Aspell. You can chose from any of the following dictionaries: hi (hindi) Whereas the names in parentheses are alternate names for the dictionary preceding the parentheses. The individual word lists have an extension of ".cwl" and are compressed to save space. To uncompress a word list use "preunzip BASE.cwl" which will uncompress it and rename the file to "BASE.wl". To dump a compressed word list to standard output use "precat BASE.cwl". To uncompress all word lists in the current directory use "preunzip *.cwl". For more help on "preunzip" use "preunzip --help". If you have any problem with installing or using the word lists please let the Aspell maintainer, Kevin Atkinson, know at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have problems with the actual word lists please contact one of the Word lists authors as the Aspell maintainer does not maintain the actual Word Lists. Any additional documentation that came with the original word list can be found in the doc/ directory.