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codespell

 
Spellchecker for source code. More information: https://github.com/codespell-project/codespell.
 
  • Check for typos in all text files in the current directory, recursively:
     
    codespell
     
  • Correct all typos found in-place:
     
    codespell --write-changes
     
  • Skip files with names that match the specified pattern (accepts a comma-separated list of patterns using wildcards):
     
    codespell --skip "{{pattern}}"
     
  • Use a custom dictionary file when checking (--dictionary can be used multiple times):
     
    codespell --dictionary {{path/to/file.txt}}
     
  • Do not check words that are listed in the specified file:
     
    codespell --ignore-words {{path/to/file.txt}}
     
  • Do not check the specified words:
     
    codespell --ignore-words-list {{words,to,ignore}}
     
  • Print 3 lines of context around, before or after each match:
     
    codespell --{{context|before-context|after-context}} {{3}}
     
  • Check file names for typos, in addition to file contents:
     
    codespell --check-filenames

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