Dict.__del__sometimes raising TypeError upon exit (#98). Patch by @rr-
Default development branch is now called
Add support for Python 3.9
Add trove classifiers for all supported Python versions
pyupgradeacross the code base
Update documentation about MacPorts
On Windows, set PATH instead of calling
SetDllDirectorybefore loading the Enchant C library. This allows PyEnchant to co-exist with other libraries in the same program. Fix #207.
enchant.get_enchant_version()now returns a
str, not some
Add missing LICENSE.txt in source distribution
Uncouple PyEnchant version from the Enchant version. This release should be compatible with Enchant 1.6 to 2.2
Fix using PyEnchant with Enchant >= 2.0
Add support for pypy3, Python 3.7 and Python 3.8
New website, hosted on https://pyenchant.github.io/pyenchant/
Drop support for Python2
macOS: The C enchant library is no longer embedded inside the wheel - you should install the C enchant library with
Port test suite to
tbumpconfiguration to simplify the release process
Format code with
Remove compatibility layers with Python2 from
flake8to catch some errors during CI
Fix some PEP8 naming violations
Switch to GitHub Actions for CI
Removed deprecated is_in_session method, for compatibility with enchant 2.
New website and documentation, generated with Hyde and Sphinx.
SpellChecker.replace()when the replacement is shorter than the erroneous word; previously this would corrupt the internal state of the tokenizer. Thanks Steckelfisch.
Make Dict class pickle-safe. Among other things, this should help with strange deadlocks when used with the multiprocessing module.
Ability to import the module even when the enchant C library isn’t installed, by setting PYENCHANT_IGNORE_MISSING_LIB env var.
New utility function “trim_suggestions”, useful for trimming the list of suggestions to a fixed maximum length.
Change the way DeprecationWarnings are issued, to point to the line line in user code rather than inside pyenchant. Thanks eriolv.
Add GetSpellChecker() method to wxSpellCheckerDialog. Thanks bjosey.
restore compatibility with Python 3 (including 3.2 beta1).
fix unittest DeprecationWarnings on Python 3.
statically compile libstdc++ into pre-built windows binaries.
DictWithPWL: use pwl and pel to adjust the words returned by suggest().
Fix tokenization of utf8 bytes in a mutable character array.
get_tokenizer(): pass None as language tag to get default tokenizer.
prevent build-related files from being included in the source tarball.
Bundle pre-compiled libraries for Mac OSX 10.4 and later.
Improved handling of unicode paths on win32.
Changed DLL loading logic for win32, to ensure that we don’t accidentally load older versions of e.g. glib that may be on the DLL search path.
Added function get_enchant_version() to retrieve the version string for the underlying enchant library.
Upgraded bundled enchant to v1.6.0.
Fixed bug in printf() utility function; all input args are now converted to strings before printing.
Fixed loading of enchant DLL on win32 without pkg_resources installed.
Fixed HTMLChunker to handle unescaped < and > characters that are clearly not part of a tag.
Upgraded to enchant v1.5.0:
new Broker methods get_param() and set_param() allow runtime customisation of provider data
Added the concept of ‘chunkers’ to enchant.tokenize.get_tokenizer(). These serve split split the text into large chunks of checkable tokens.
implemented a simple HTMLChunker class
Moved error classes into ‘enchant.errors’ for easier importing
Moved testcases into separate files so they’re not loaded by default
Allowed SpellChecker to use default language if none is specified
Improved compatibility with Python 3
Fixed termination conditions in English tokenization loop.
Improved unicode detection in English tokenizer.
Made enchant spellcheck all of its docstrings as part of the unittest suite.
Modify utils.get_resource_filename and utils.win32_data_files for compatibility with py2exe (which was broken in the move to ctypes). Thanks to Stephen George for the fix.
SpellChecker.add_to_personal renamed to SpellChecker.add and fixed to use the corresponding Dict method.
Migrated from SWIG to ctypes
now runs under PyPy!
also opens possibilities for Jython, IronPython, …
Compatibility updates for Python 3.0, mostly around unicode strings
Dropped compatibility with Python 2.2
upgrade to enchant v1.4.2
windows version can now be installed at a path containing unicode characters
upgrade to enchant v1.4.0, with new functionality and APIs:
All dictionary providers now use a shared default personal word file (largely obsoleting the DictWithPWL class)
Ability to exclude words using Dict.remove, remove_from_session
Dict.add_to_personal renamed to Dict.add
Dict.is_added/Dict.is_removed for checking membership of word lists
unicode PWL filenames now handled correctly on Windows
upgrade bundled glib DLLs in Windows version
treat combining unicode marks as letters during tokenization
cleanup of wxSpellCheckerDialog, thanks to Phil Mayes
upgrades of bundled components in Windows version
upgraded glib DLLs
latest dictionaries from OpenOffice.org
latest version of Hunspell
Re-worked the tokenization API to allow filters but still remove non-alpha-numeric characters from words by default. This introduces some minor backward-incompatibilities to the API, hence the full minor version bump.
‘fallback’ argument to get_tokenizer() was removed, just catch the Error and re-try with whatever is appropriate for your application.
filters should be passed into get_tokenizer() as the second argument, rather than applied as separate functions.
Basic whitespace-and-punctuation tokenization separated from the language-specific parts.
Internal details of Filter classes expanded and generalized
English tokenization rules reverted to 1.1.5 version
Implemented “filters” that allow tokenization to skip common word forms such as URLs, WikiWords, email addresses etc.
Now ships with enchant-1.3.0, meaning:
PWLs can return a useful list of suggestions rather than the empty list
Hunspell replaces MySpell as the default Windows backend
Tokenization doesn’t split words at non-alpha characters by default
GtkSpellCheckerDialog contributed by Fredrik Corneliusson
Removed deprecated functionality:
All registry handling functionality from enchant.utils
enchant.utils.SpellChecker (use enchant.checker.SpellChecker)
Removed PyPWL, as native enchant PWLs can now suggest corrections
Fix hang in included MySpell (Windows distribution)
Workaround for some MySpell/unicode problems
Update to latest setuptools ez_setup.py
No longer need to use the registry under Windows
Moved to setuptools for managing distribution
Implemented unittest TestCases, works with python setup.py test
Plugins on Windows moved to “enchant” subdirectory
SpellChecker now coerces to/from unicode automatically
Use python default encoding rather than UTF-8 where appropriate
Various documentation cleanups
(1230151): count of live instances done by normalized key
Accept unicode strings as broker orderings
support for Python 2.2
use ‘locale’ module to look up default language if none specified
more and better regression tests
mark deprecated interfaces with warnings
removed <data> parameter to Dict constructor, with lots of reshuffling behind the scenes
add DictNotFoundError as a subclass of Error
Remove de_AT from languages in the Windows version, it was causing errors
memory leak in DictWithPWL._free()
incorrect cache handling for PWLs