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vim-you-autocorrect - Why should smartphones get all the fun?

  •    Vim

Vim You, Autocorrect! HARNESSES the power of Vim’s 'spell' option, AUTOMATICALLY replacing spelling mistakes and typos as you type. Just install in the usual way — manually or with your favourite plugin manager — and marvel at the BLEMISH-FREE prose that FLOWS onto your screen as your fingers DANCE over the keycaps.

Brackets-HTML5CodeHints - Extend Brackets own code hints with more HTML5 elements and attributes such as Picture, Srcset, Template +more

  •    Javascript

Extend Brackets HTML code hints with more HTML5 elements and attributes such as Picture, Srcset, Template, inputmode as well as some HTML4 elements such as cellpadding, cellspacing and iframe. Also includes hints for Web Components and Schema.org.

AutoHotkeyBoilerplate - An AutoHotkey boilerplate to help jumpstart a script for personal productivity

  •    AutoHotkey

An AutoHotkey boilerplate to help jumpstart a script for personal productivity




Comment-Spell-Checker - Xcode extension for spell checking and auto-correcting code comments.

  •    Swift

An Xcode Source Editor extension that runs spell check and auto correct on your code comments. Comment Spell Checker is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

markov-sentence-correction - Markov Chains and Hidden Markov Models to generate and correct sentences

  •    Python

This is a submission to the second assignment of McGill University's ECSE 526 - Artificial Intelligence course. Details can be found here. To run this, all one needs is Python 3.4 or above and pip3.

retext-spell - plugin to check spelling

  •    Javascript

retext plugin to check spelling (with nspell). This package is ESM only: Node 12+ is needed to use it and it must be imported instead of required.






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