Changelog

3.2.1 (2021-06-24)

  • Fix Dict.__del__ sometimes raising TypeError upon exit (#98). Patch by @rr-

  • Default development branch is now called main

  • Bump black to 21.6b0

3.2.0 (2020-12-08)

  • Add support for Python 3.9

  • Add trove classifiers for all supported Python versions

  • Run pyupgrade across the code base

  • Update documentation about MacPorts

3.1.1 (2020-05-31)

  • On Windows, set PATH instead of calling SetDllDirectory before loading the Enchant C library. This allows PyEnchant to co-exist with other libraries in the same program. Fix #207.

3.1.0 (2020-05-20)

  • Add enchant.get_user_config_dir()

  • Fix: enchant.get_enchant_version() now returns a str, not some bytes

3.0.1 (2020-03-01)

  • Add missing LICENSE.txt in source distribution

3.0.0 (2020-03-01)

Highlights

  • 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/

  • Add enchant.set_prefix_dir()

Breaking changes

  • Drop support for Python2

  • macOS: The C enchant library is no longer embedded inside the wheel - you should install the C enchant library with brew or ports.

Clean ups

  • Port test suite to pytest.

  • Add tbump configuration to simplify the release process

  • Format code with black.

  • Remove compatibility layers with Python2 from enchant.utils

  • Use flake8 to catch some errors during CI

  • Fix some PEP8 naming violations

  • Switch to GitHub Actions for CI

2.0.0 (2017-12-10)

  • Removed deprecated is_in_session method, for compatibility with enchant 2.

1.6.6 (2014-06-16)

  • New website and documentation, generated with Hyde and Sphinx.

  • Fix 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.

1.6.5 (2010-12-14)

  • restore compatibility with Python 3 (including 3.2 beta1).

  • fix unittest DeprecationWarnings on Python 3.

  • statically compile libstdc++ into pre-built windows binaries.

1.6.4 (2010-12-13)

  • 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.

1.6.3 (2010-08-17)

  • 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.

1.6.2 (2010-05-29)

  • Upgraded bundled enchant to v1.6.0.

  • Fixed bug in printf() utility function; all input args are now converted to strings before printing.

1.6.1 (2010-03-06)

  • 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.

1.6.0 (2010-02-23)

  • 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

1.5.3 (2009-05-02)

  • 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.

1.5.2 (2009-04-27)

  • 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.

1.5.1 (2009-01-08)

  • SpellChecker.add_to_personal renamed to SpellChecker.add and fixed to use the corresponding Dict method.

1.5.0 (2008-11-25)

  • 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

1.4.2 (2008-06-18)

  • upgrade to enchant v1.4.2

  • windows version can now be installed at a path containing unicode characters

1.4.0 (2008-04-18)

  • 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

1.3.1 (2007-12-19)

  • 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

1.3.0 (2006-12-29)

  • 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

1.2.0 (2006-11-05)

  • 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:

    • Dict.add_to_personal

    • All registry handling functionality from enchant.utils

    • enchant.utils.SpellChecker (use enchant.checker.SpellChecker)

  • Removed PyPWL, as native enchant PWLs can now suggest corrections

1.1.5 (2006-01-19)

  • Fix hang in included MySpell (Windows distribution)

  • Workaround for some MySpell/unicode problems

  • Update to latest setuptools ez_setup.py

1.1.4 (2006-01-09)

  • 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

  • bug fixes:

    • (1230151): count of live instances done by normalized key

    • Accept unicode strings as broker orderings

1.1.3 (2005-06-15)

  • 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

  • bug fixes:

    • memory leak in DictWithPWL._free()

    • incorrect cache handling for PWLs