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2018-11-12: Hunspell 1.7.0 release:

  New features and bug fixes by L�szl� N�meth, supported by FSF.hu Foundation:

  - No annoying suggestion times any more, especially in languages with
    compound word handling and complex morphology. By adding balanced
    multi-level time limits, now the guaranteed suggestion time is there
    within half a second, not seconds (nor dozen of seconds or more
    in extreme cases) for longer misspellings, too.

  - add SPELLML support for run-time dictionary extension with optional
    affixation of user words. See new "Grammar By" feature of
    language-specific user dictionaries of LibreOffice 6.0:

    News: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/6.0#.E2.80.9CGrammar_By.E2.80.9D_spell_checking

    Screencast with English example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsS3gaBTfOo

    Screencast with German example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYVFDqCUb6I

  - Improved, highly customizable suggestions on level of dictionary words:
    Pronunciations and typical misspellings defined by optional "ph:" fields of
    the dictionary words are used not only in n-gram suggestions, but as
    elements of the REP replacement list getting the highest priority in normal
    suggestions, also giving the best suggestions for short words, too.
    More information: see "ph:" in man 5 hunspell.

  - Handling multiple word suggestions is much more easier. Like in a
    traditional spelling dictionary, for example, to get the correct suggestion
    "a lot" for the typical misspelling "alot" at the first place, now it's
    enough to put the following line to the dic(tionary) file:

    a lot

  - Limit compound overgeneration by dictionary based word pairs:
    Now it's possible to filter bad compound words by listing
    the correct word pairs with space in the dictionary, as in a traditional
    spelling dictionary.

  - clean-up suggestion:

    - no n-gram and compound word suggestions, if "good" suggestion
      exists, ie. uppercase, REP, ph: or dictionary word pair suggestions

    - word pairs are always suggested, if they exist in the dic file

    - word pairs have top priority in suggestions, and
      these are the only suggestions if there is no other good suggestion.

    - also dictionary word pairs separated by dash instead of space
      are handled specially in two-word suggestion (depending from the
      language)

   - limit bad suggestions by improved n-gram suggestion rules:

     don't suggest capitalized dictionary words for lower
     case misspellings in n-gram suggestions, except

     - PHONE usage, or
     - in the case of German, where not only proper
       nouns are capitalized, or
     - the capitalized word has special pronunciation

     and don't suggest if the difference of lengths of misspellings and
     suggestions is 5 or more characters.

  - Extend dotless i and dotted I rules to Crimean Tatar language
    Allow dotted I in dictionary, and disable bad capitalization of i.

  - BREAK: extended recursive word breaking algorithm to handle words or
    words with suffixes when they already contain word break characters,
    for example, "e-mail" is a dictionary word with a word break character, and
    it wasn't accepted before in compounds in some languages.

  - FORBIDDENWORD precedes BREAK: Now it's possible to forbid compound
    forms recognized by BREAK word breaking by adding the bad compounds to
    the dictionary with FORBIDDENWORD flags.

  - lower limit for "doubletwochars" suggestion algorithm:
    one of the typical misspellings recognized by Hunspell suggestion
    mechanism is the syllable duplication. Along the old pattern
    ABABA -> ABA, for example nutrITITIon -> nutrITIon, now also the
    simpler ABAB -> AB pattern is recognized in non-starting position,
    for example, regretTETEd -> regretTEd.

  - lower limit for longswapchar and movechar: recognized only max.
    4-character distances to avoid slow and bad suggestions.

  - fix compound handling for new Hungarian orthography reform

  - Allow suggestion search for prefix + *two suffixes*:
    Remove artificial performance limit to get correct
    suggestions for relatively simple misspellings in
    Hungarian, etc., when the word form contains prefix
    and both derivative and inflectional suffixes, too:

    lefiksz�l�sa -> lefix�l�sa

  Improvements for command-line Hunspell:

  - Remove false alarms during checking OpenDocument (ODF)
    documents by ignoring <text:span> elements. (LibreOffice
    creates a lot of <text:span> elements also within words
    during text reediting, resulted often huge amount of broken
    words before this fix.)

  - List filenames during filtering multiple files in command-line:

    Examples:

    $ hunspell -l *.odt
    a.odt: mispelling
    b.odt: egzample

    $ hunspell -l -G *.odt
    a.odt: good
    b.odt: words

  - Dictionary search by option -D doesn't wait for the standard input
    (fixed by Siva Mahadevan)

  Other improvements:

  - makealias dictionary compression: add option --minimize-diff
    to reuse free positions of alias lists to create minimal and
    readable diffs for alias compressed dictionaries stored in
    revision control systems, as dictionaries of LibreOffice.

  - Brazilian-Portuguese translation by Rafael Fontenelle

  - Catalan translation by robert dot buj at gmail

  - Minor bug fixes by several contributors, see git log

2017-09-03: Hunspell 1.6.2 release:
  - Library changes: no. Same as 1.6.1.
  - Command line tool:
      - Added German translation
      - Fixed bug with wrong output encoding, not respecting system locale.

2017-03-25: Hunspell 1.6.1 release:
  - Library changes:
      - Performance improvements in suggest()
      - Fixes regressions for Hungarian related to compounding.
      - Fixes regressions for Korean related to ICONV.
  - Command line tool:
      - Added Tajik translation 
      - Fix regarding serching of OOo dicts installed in user folder
  - Manpages:
      - Fix microsoft-cp1251 to cp1251. Dicts should not use the first.
      - Typos.
  
2016-12-22: Hunspell 1.6.0 release:
  - Library changes:
      - Performance improvement in ngsuggest(), suggestions should be faster.
      - Revert MAXWORDLEN to 100 as in 1.3.3 for performance reasons.
      - MAXWORDLEN can be set during build time with -D defines.
      - Fix crash when word with 102 consecutive X is spelled.
  - Command line tool:
      - -D shows all loaded dictionares insted of only the first.
      - -D properly lists all available dictionaries on Windows.

2016-11-30: Hunspell 1.5.4 release:
  - Fixes the command COMPOUNDSYLLABLE used in Hungarian dictionary.

2016-11-28: Hunspell 1.5.3 release:
  - Removed a #include from hunspell.hxx that was creating trouble

2016-11-27: Hunspell 1.5.2 release:
  - Reverted full backward compatibility with 1.4 public API, again

2016-11-27: Hunspell 1.5.1 release:
  - Reverted full backward compatibility with 1.4 public API

2016-11-18: Hunspell 1.5.0 release:
  - Lot of stability fixes
  - Fixed compilation errors on various systems (Windows, FreeBSD)
  - Small performance improvement compared to 1.4.0
  - The C++ API is updated to use modern C++ types (string, vector).
    Backward compatibility is kept for most of the functions except for
    the following:
      - get_wordchars();
      - get_version();
      - input_conv(string, string);
      - removed get_csconv();

2016-04-15: Hunspell 1.4.0 release:
  - various abi changes due to moving away from char* to std::string

2014-06-02: Hunspell 1.3.3 release:
  - OpenDocument (ODF and Flat ODF) support (ODF needs unzip program)
  - various bug fixes

2011-02-02: Hunspell 1.3.2 release:
  - fix library versioning
  - improved manual 

2011-02-02: Hunspell 1.3.1 release:
  - bug fixes

2011-01-26: Hunspell 1.2.15/1.3 release:
  - new features: MAXDIFF, ONLYMAXDIFF, MAXCPDSUGS, FORBIDWARN, see manual
  - bug fixes

2011-01-21:
  - new features: FORCEUCASE and WARN, see manual
  - new options: -r to filter potential mistakes (rare words
    signed by flag WARN in the dictionary)
  - limited and optimized suggestions

2011-01-06: Hunspell 1.2.14 release:
  - bug fix
2011-01-03: Hunspell 1.2.13 release:
  - bug fixes
  - improved compound handling and
    other improvements supported by OpenTaal Foundation, Netherlands
2010-07-15: Hunspell 1.2.12 release
2010-05-06: Hunspell 1.2.11 release:
  - Maintenance release bug fixes
2010-04-30: Hunspell 1.2.10 release:
  - Maintenance release bug fixes
2010-03-03: Hunspell 1.2.9 release:
  - Maintenance release bug fixes and warnings
  - MAP support for composed characters or character sequences
2008-11-01: Hunspell 1.2.8 release:
  - Default BREAK feature and better hyphenated word suggestion to accept
    and fix (compound) words with hyphen characters by spell checker
    instead of by work breaking code of OpenOffice.org. With this feature
    it's possible to accept hyphenated compound words, such as "scot-free",
    where "scot" is not a correct English word.

  - ICONV & OCONV: input and output conversion tables for optional character
    handling or using special inner format. Example:

  # Accepting de facto replacements of the Romanian comma acuted letters
  SET UTF-8
  ICONV 4
  ICONV ş ș
  ICONV ţ ț
  ICONV Ş Ș
  ICONV Ţ Ț

    Typical usage of ICONV/OCONV is to manage an inner format for a segmental
    writing system, like the Ethiopic script of the Amharic language.

  - Extended CHECKCOMPOUNDPATTERN to handle conpound word alternations, like
    sandhi feature of Telugu and other writing systems.

  - SIMPLIFIEDTRIPLE compound word feature: allow simplified Swedish and
    Norwegian compound word forms, like tillåta (till|låta) and
    bussjåfør (buss|sjåfør)

  - wordforms: word generator script for dictionary developers (Hunspell
    version of unmunch).

  - bug fixes

2008-08-15: Hunspell 1.2.7 release:
  - FULLSTRIP: new option for affix handling. With FULLSTRIP, affix rules can
    strip full words, not only one less characters.
  - COMPOUNDRULE works with all flag types. (COMPOUNDRULE is for pattern
    matching. For example, en_US dictionary of OpenOffice.org uses COMPOUNDRULE
    for ordinal number recognition: 1st, 2nd, 11th, 12th, 22nd, 112th, 1000122nd
    etc.).
  - optimized suggestions:
    - modified 1-character distance suggestion algorithms: search a TRY character
      in all position instead of all TRY characters in a character position
      (it can give more readable suggestion order, also better suggestions
      in the first positions, when TRY characters are sorted by frequency.)
      For example, suggestions for "moze":
      ooze, doze, Roze, maze, more etc. (Hunspell 1.2.6),
      maze, more, mote, ooze, mole etc. (Hunspell 1.2.7).
    - extended compound word checking for better COMPOUNDRULE related
      suggestions, for example English ordinal numbers: 121323th -> 121323rd
      (it needs also a th->rd REP definition).
  - bug fixes

2008-07-15: Hunspell 1.2.6 release:
  - bug fix release (fix affix rule condition checking of sk_SK dictionary,
    iconv support in stemming and morphological analysis of the Hunspell
    utility, see also Changelog)

2008-07-09: Hunspell 1.2.5 release:
  - bug fix release (fix affix rule condition checking of en_GB dictionary,
    also morphological analysis by dictionaries with two-level suffixes)

2008-06-18: Hunspell 1.2.4-2 release:
  - fix GCC compiler warnings

2008-06-17: Hunspell 1.2.4 release:
  - add free_list() for C, C++ interfaces to deallocate suggestion lists
  
  - bug fixes

2008-06-17: Hunspell 1.2.3 release:
  - extended XML interface to use morphological functions by standard
    spell checking interface, spell() and suggest(). See hunspell.3 manual page.

  - default dash suggestions for compound words: newword-> new word and new-word

  - new manual pages: hunspell.3, hzip.1, hunzip.1.
  
  - bug fixes

2008-04-12: Hunspell 1.2.2 release:
  - extended dictionary (dic file) support to use multiple base and
    special dictionaries.
    
  - new and improved options of command line hunspell:
    -m: morphological analysis or flag debug mode (without affix
        rule data it signs the flag of the affix rules)
    -s: stemming mode
    -D: list available dictionaries and search path
    -d: support extra dictionaries by comma separated list. Example:
    
    hunspell -d en_US,en_med,de_DE,de_med,de_geo UNESCO.txt

    - forbidding in personal dictionary (with asterisk, / signs affixation)

  - optional compressed dictionary format "hzip" for aff and dic files
    usage:
    hzip example.aff example.dic
    mv example.aff example.dic /tmp
    hunspell -d example
    hunzip example.aff.hz >example.aff
    hunzip example.dic.hz >example.dic

  - new affix compression tool "affixcompress": compression tool for
    large (millions of words) dictionaries.

  - support encrypted dictionaries for closed OpenOffice.org extensions or
    other commercial programs

  - improved manual

  - bug fixes

2007-11-01: Hunspell 1.2.1 release:
  - new memory efficient condition checking algorithm for affix rules
  
  - new morphological functions:
    - stem() for stemming
    - analyze() for morphological analysis
    - generate() for morphological generation

  - new demos:
    - analyze: stemming, morphological analysis and generation
    - chmorph: morphological conversion of texts

2007-09-05: Hunspell 1.1.12 release:
  - dictionary based phonetic suggestion for words with
    special or foreign pronounciation or alternative (bad) transliteration
    (see Changelog, tests/phone.* and manual).

  - improved data structure and memory optimization for dictionaries
    with variable count fields

  - bug fixes for Unicode encoding dictionaries and ngram suggestions
  
  - improved REP suggestions with space: it works without dictionary
    modification

  - updated and new project files for Windows API

2007-08-27: Hunspell 1.1.11 release:
  - portability fixes

2007-08-23: Hunspell 1.1.10 release:
  - pronounciation based suggestion using Bj�rn Jacke's original Aspell
    phonetic transcription algorithm (http://aspell.net), relicensed under
    GPL/LGPL/MPL tri-license with the permission of the author

  - keyboard base suggestion by KEY (see manual)

  - better time limits for suggestion search

  - test environment for suggestion based on Wikipedia data

  - bug fixes for non standard Mozilla platforms etc.

2007-07-25: Hunspell 1.1.9 release:
  - better tokenization:
    - for URLs, mail addresses and directory paths (default: skip these tokens)
    - for colons in words (for Finnish and Swedish)
  
  - new examples:
    - affixation of personal dictionary words
    - digits in words

  - bug fixes (see ChangeLog)

2007-07-16: Hunspell 1.1.8 release:
  - better Mac OS X/Cygwin and Windows compatibility

  - fix Hunspell's Valgrind environment and memory handling errors
    detected by Valgrind

  - other bug fixes (see ChangeLog)

2007-07-06: Hunspell 1.1.7 release:
  - fix warning messages of OpenOffice.org build

2007-06-29: Hunspell 1.1.6 release:
  - check capitalization of the following word forms
    - words with mixed capitalisation: OpenOffice.org - OPENOFFICE.ORG
    - allcap words and suffixes: UNICEF's - UNICEF'S
    - prefixes with apostrophe and proper names: Sant'Elia - SANT'ELIA

  - suggestion for missing sentence spacing: something.The -> something. The

  - Hunspell executable: improved locale support
    - -i option: custom input encoding
    - use locale data for default dictionary names. 
    - tools/hunspell.cxx: fix 8-bit tokenization (letters without
      casing, like ß or Hebrew characters now are handled well) 
    - dictionary search path (automatic detection of OpenOffice.org directories)
    - DICPATH environmental variable
    - -D option: show directory path of loaded dictionary

  - patches and bug fixes for Mozilla, OpenOffice.org.

2007-03-19: Hunspell 1.1.5 release:
  - optimizations: 10-100% speed up, smaller code size and memory footprint
    (conditional experimental code and warning messages)

  - extended Unicode support:
    - non BMP Unicode characters in dictionary words and affixes (except
      affix rules and conditions)
    - support BOM sequence in aff and dic files

  - IGNORE feature for Arabic diacritics and other optional characters

  - New edit distance suggestion methods:
    - capitalisation: nasa -> NASA
    - long swap: permenant -> permanent
    - long move: Ghandi -> Gandhi, greatful -> grateful
    - double two characters: vacacation -> vacation
    - spaces in REP sug.: REP alot a_lot (NOTE: "a lot" must be a dictionary word)

  - patches and bug fixes for Mozilla, OpenOffice.org, Emacs, MinGW, Aqua,
    German and Arabic language, etc.

2006-02-01: Hunspell 1.1.4 release:
  - Improved suggestion for typical OCR bugs (missing spaces between
    capitalized words). For example: "aNew" -> "a New".
    http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=58202

  - tokenization fixes (fix incomplete tokenization of input texts on big-endian
    platforms, and locale-dependent tokenization of dictionary entries)

2006-01-06: Hunspell 1.1.3.2 release:
  - fix Visual C++ compiling errors

2006-01-05: Hunspell 1.1.3 release:
  - GPL/LGPL/MPL tri-license for Mozilla integration
  
  - Alias compression of flag sets and morphological descriptions.
    (For example, 16 MB Arabic dic file can be compressed to 1 MB.)
  
  - Improved suggestion.
  
  - Improved, language independent German sharp s casing with CHECKSHARPS
    declaration.

  - Unicode tokenization in Hunspell program.
  
  - Bug fixes (at new and old compound word handling methods), etc.

2005-11-11: Hunspell 1.1.2 release:

  - Bug fixes (MAP Unicode, COMPOUND pattern matching, ONLYINCOMPOUND
    suggestions)

  - Checked with 51 regression tests in Valgrind debugging environment,
    and tested with 52 OOo dictionaries on i686-pc-linux platform.

2005-11-09: Hunspell 1.1.1 release:

  - Compound word patterns for complex compound word handling and
    simple word-level lexical scanning. Ideal for checking
    Arabic and Roman numbers, ordinal numbers in English, affixed
    numbers in agglutinative languages, etc.
    http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=53643

  - Support ISO-8859-15 encoding for French (French oe ligatures are
    missing from the latin-1 encoding).
    http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=54980
    
  - Implemented a flag to forbid obscene word suggestion:
    http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=55498

  - Checked with 50 regression tests in Valgrind debugging environment,
    and tested with 52 OOo dictionaries.

  - other improvements and bug fixes (see ChangeLog)

2005-09-19: Hunspell 1.1.0 release

* complete comparison with MySpell 3.2 (from OpenOffice.org 2 beta)

* improved ngram suggestion with swap character detection and
  case insensitivity

------ examples for ngram improvement (input word and suggestions) -----

1. pernament (instead of permanent)

MySpell 3.2: tournaments, tournament, ornaments, ornament's, ornamenting, ornamented,
        ornament, ornamentals, ornamental, ornamentally

Hunspell 1.0.9: ornamental, ornament, tournament

Hunspell 1.1.0: permanent

Note: swap character detection


2. PERNAMENT (instead of PERMANENT)

MySpell 3.2: -

Hunspell 1.0.9: -

Hunspell 1.1.0: PERMANENT


3. Unesco (instead of UNESCO)

MySpell 3.2: Genesco, Ionesco, Genesco's, Ionesco's, Frescoing, Fresco's,
             Frescoed, Fresco, Escorts, Escorting

Hunspell 1.0.9: Genesco, Ionesco, Fresco

Hunspell 1.1.0: UNESCO


4. siggraph's (instead of SIGGRAPH's)

MySpell 3.2: serigraph's, photograph's, serigraphs, physiography's,
             physiography, digraphs, serigraph, stratigraphy's, stratigraphy
             epigraphs

Hunspell 1.0.9: serigraph's, epigraph's, digraph's

Hunspell 1.1.0: SIGGRAPH's

--------------- end of examples --------------------

* improved testing environment with suggestion checking and memory debugging

  memory debugging of all tests with a simple command:
  
  VALGRIND=memcheck make check

* lots of other improvements and bug fixes (see ChangeLog)


2005-08-26: Hunspell 1.0.9 release

* improved related character map suggestion

* improved ngram suggestion

------ examples for ngram improvement (O=old, N = new ngram suggestions) --

1. Permenant (instead of Permanent)

O: Endangerment, Ferment, Fermented, Deferment's, Empowerment,
        Ferment's, Ferments, Fermenting, Countermen, Weathermen

N: Permanent, Supermen, Preferment

Note: Ngram suggestions was case sensitive.

2. permenant (instead of permanent) 

O: supermen, newspapermen, empowerment, endangerment, preferments,
        preferment, permanent, preferment's, permanently, impermanent

N: permanent, supermen, preferment

Note: new suggestions are also weighted with longest common subsequence,
first letter and common character positions

3. pernemant (instead of permanent) 

O: pimpernel's, pimpernel, pimpernels, permanently, permanents, permanent,
        supernatant, impermanent, semipermanent, impermanently

N: permanent, supernatant, pimpernel

Note: new method also prefers root word instead of not
relevant affixes ('s, s and ly)


4. pernament (instead of permanent)

O: tournaments, tournament, ornaments, ornament's, ornamenting, ornamented,
        ornament, ornamentals, ornamental, ornamentally

N: ornamental, ornament, tournament

Note: Both ngram methods misses here.


5. obvus (instad of obvious):

O: obvious, Corvus, obverse, obviously, Jacobus, obtuser, obtuse,
        obviates, obviate, Travus

N: obvious, obtuse, obverse

Note: new method also prefers common first letters.


6. unambigus (instead of unambiguous) 

O: unambiguous, unambiguity, unambiguously, ambiguously, ambiguous,
        unambitious, ambiguities, ambiguousness

N: unambiguous, unambiguity, unambitious



7. consecvence (instead of consequence)

O: consecutive, consecutively, consecutiveness, nonconsecutive, consequence,
        consecutiveness's, convenience's, consistences, consistence

N: consequence, consecutive, consecrates


An example in a language with rich morphology:

8. Misisipiben (instead of Mississippiben [`in Mississippi' in Hungarian]):

O: Misik�d�iben, Pisised�iben, Misik�i�iben, Pisisek�iben, Misik�iben,
        Misik�id�iben, Misik�k�iben, Misik�ik�iben, Misik�im�iben, Mississippiiben

N: Mississippiben, Mississippiiben, Misiiben

Note: Suggesting not relevant affixes was the biggest fault in ngram
   suggestion for languages with a lot of affixes.

--------------- end of examples --------------------

* support twofold prefix cutting

* lots of other improvements and bug fixes (see ChangeLog)

* test Hunspell with 54 OpenOffice.org dictionaries:

source: ftp://ftp.services.openoffice.org/pub/OpenOffice.org/contrib/dictionaries

testing shell script:
-------------------------------------------------------
for i in `ls *zip | grep '^[a-z]*_[A-Z]*[.]'`
do
	dic=`basename $i .zip`
	mkdir $dic
	echo unzip $dic
	unzip -d $dic $i 2>/dev/null
	cd $dic
	echo unmunch and test $dic
	unmunch $dic.dic $dic.aff 2>/dev/null | awk '{print$0"\t"}' |
	hunspell -d $dic -l -1 >$dic.result 2>$dic.err || rm -f $dic.result
	cd ..
done
--------------------------------------------------------

test result (0 size is o.k.):

$ for i in *_*/*.result; do wc -c $i; done 
0 af_ZA/af_ZA.result
0 bg_BG/bg_BG.result
0 ca_ES/ca_ES.result
0 cy_GB/cy_GB.result
0 cs_CZ/cs_CZ.result
0 da_DK/da_DK.result
0 de_AT/de_AT.result
0 de_CH/de_CH.result
0 de_DE/de_DE.result
0 el_GR/el_GR.result
6 en_AU/en_AU.result
0 en_CA/en_CA.result
0 en_GB/en_GB.result
0 en_NZ/en_NZ.result
0 en_US/en_US.result
0 eo_EO/eo_EO.result
0 es_ES/es_ES.result
0 es_MX/es_MX.result
0 es_NEW/es_NEW.result
0 fo_FO/fo_FO.result
0 fr_FR/fr_FR.result
0 ga_IE/ga_IE.result
0 gd_GB/gd_GB.result
0 gl_ES/gl_ES.result
0 he_IL/he_IL.result
0 hr_HR/hr_HR.result
200694989 hu_HU/hu_HU.result
0 id_ID/id_ID.result
0 it_IT/it_IT.result
0 ku_TR/ku_TR.result
0 lt_LT/lt_LT.result
0 lv_LV/lv_LV.result
0 mg_MG/mg_MG.result
0 mi_NZ/mi_NZ.result
0 ms_MY/ms_MY.result
0 nb_NO/nb_NO.result
0 nl_NL/nl_NL.result
0 nn_NO/nn_NO.result
0 ny_MW/ny_MW.result
0 pl_PL/pl_PL.result
0 pt_BR/pt_BR.result
0 pt_PT/pt_PT.result
0 ro_RO/ro_RO.result
0 ru_RU/ru_RU.result
0 rw_RW/rw_RW.result
0 sk_SK/sk_SK.result
0 sl_SI/sl_SI.result
0 sv_SE/sv_SE.result
0 sw_KE/sw_KE.result
0 tet_ID/tet_ID.result
0 tl_PH/tl_PH.result
0 tn_ZA/tn_ZA.result
0 uk_UA/uk_UA.result
0 zu_ZA/zu_ZA.result

In en_AU dictionary, there is an abbrevation with two dots (`eqn..'), but
`eqn.' is missing. Presumably it is a dictionary bug. Myspell also
haven't accepted it.

Hungarian dictionary contains pseudoroots and forbidden words.
Unmunch haven't supported these features yet, and generates bad words, too.

* check affix rules and OOo dictionaries. Detected bugs in cs_CZ,
es_ES, es_NEW, es_MX, lt_LT, nn_NO, pt_PT, ro_RO, sk_SK and sv_SE dictionaries).

Details:
--------------------------------------------------------
cs_CZ
warning - incompatible stripping characters and condition:
SFX D   us          ech        [^ighk]os
SFX D   us          y          [^i]os
SFX Q   os          ech        [^ghk]es
SFX M   o           ech        [^ghkei]a
SFX J   �m          ej         �m
SFX J   �m          ejme       �m
SFX J   �m          ejte       �m
SFX A   ou�it       up         oupit
SFX A   ou�it       upme       oupit
SFX A   ou�it       upte       oupit
SFX A   nout        l          [aeiouy��������r][^aeiouy��������rl][^aeiouy
SFX A   nout        l          [aeiouy��������r][^aeiouy��������rl][^aeiouy

es_ES
warning - incompatible stripping characters and condition:
SFX W umar �se [ae]husar
SFX W emir i��is e�ir

es_NEW
warning - incompatible stripping characters and condition:
SFX I unan �nen unar

es_MX
warning - incompatible stripping characters and condition:
SFX A a ote e
SFX W umar �se [ae]husar
SFX W emir i��is e�ir

lt_LT
warning - incompatible stripping characters and condition:
SFX U ti      siuosi          tis       
SFX U ti      siuosi          tis       
SFX U ti      siesi           tis       
SFX U ti      siesi           tis       
SFX U ti      sis             tis       
SFX U ti      sis             tis       
SFX U ti      sim�s           tis       
SFX U ti      sim�s           tis       
SFX U ti      sit�s           tis       
SFX U ti      sit�s           tis       

nn_NO
warning - incompatible stripping characters and condition:
SFX D   ar  rar  [^fmk]er
SFX U   �re  orde  ere
SFX U   �re  ort  ere

pt_PT
warning - incompatible stripping characters and condition:
SFX g   �os        oas        �o
SFX g   �os        oas        �o

ro_RO
warning - bad field number:
SFX L   0          le         [^cg] i
SFX L   0          i          [cg] i
SFX U   0          i          [^i] ii
warning - incompatible stripping characters and condition:
SFX P   l          i          l	[<- there is an unnecessary tabulator here)
SFX I   a          ii         [gc] a
warning - bad field number:
SFX I   a          ii         [gc] a
SFX I   a          ei         [^cg] a

sk_SK
warning - incompatible stripping characters and condition:
SFX T   �a�         ol�        kla�
SFX T   �a�         ol�c       kla�
SFX T   s�a�        �l�        sla�
SFX T   s�a�        �l�c       sla�
SFX R   �c�         l�iem      �c�
SFX R   i�s�        �tie       mias�
SFX R   iez�        iem        [^i]ez�
SFX R   iez�        ie�        [^i]ez�
SFX R   iez�        ie         [^i]ez�
SFX R   iez�        eme        [^i]ez�
SFX R   iez�        ete        [^i]ez�
SFX R   iez�        �          [^i]ez�
SFX R   iez�        �c         [^i]ez�
SFX R   iez�        z          [^i]ez�
SFX R   iez�        me         [^i]ez�
SFX R   iez�        te         [^i]ez�

sv_SE
warning - bad field number:
SFX  C  0  net  nets [^e]n
--------------------------------------------------------

2005-08-01: Hunspell 1.0.8 release

- improved compound word support
- fix German S handling
- port MySpell files and MAP feature

2005-07-22: Hunspell 1.0.7 release

2005-07-21: new home page: http://hunspell.sourceforge.net