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ispell-mode not speaking



HMM, Works for me.

Created a new buffer foo,
typed demonstaation
and hit M-x ispell-buffer (this is emacs (CVS)   AKA Emacs 23.
   ispell-mode and I appear to be no longer on speaking terms ... pity it
   was a nice relationship. I don't know when it broke even.

   What happens:
   1) open new emacspeak session
   2) in any buffer (doesn't seem to matter much which mode) enter
   something like
   eerror (error but with a doubled e at the start)
   --
   Then move the cursor over eerror and type
   m-x ispell-word

   silence follows
   ispell itself still works since if I type 0 I get the correction and
   speech continues normally. I even sometimes get the message "checking
   spelling of eerror".
   but I never hear the choices. Similarly ispell-region no longer gives
   the current line with the errant word in its particular voice etc.
   This will almost certainly be a version thing so
   emacs 22.1.1
   emacspeak at revision 6149
   @(#) International Ispell Version 3.1.20 (but really Aspell
0.60.5), ispell.el 3.6 - 01/07/2003

   but loading the ispell from the current cvs snapshot of emacs doesn't
   seem to help either.

   I wondered if the advice from emacspeak-ispell was being called but it
   seems so. I also failed to get edebug to instrument a defadvice but
   am not very familiar with the edebug package so probably messed that
   up. Failing a solution to the question, any advice on debugging
   advised functions would be welcome (perhaps more so since I'm more
   likely to find my own solution next time).
   cheers
   Peter

   Peter Rayner: LSCE/IPSL, Laboratoire CEA-CNRS-UVSQ
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On 5/5/09, Peter Rayner <peter.rayner@lsce.ipsl.fr> wrote:
> ispell-mode and I appear to be no longer on speaking terms ... pity it
> was a nice relationship.  I don't know when it broke even.
>
> What happens:
> 1) open new emacspeak session
> 2) in any buffer (doesn't seem to matter much which mode) enter
> something like
> eerror (error but with a doubled e at the start)
> --
> Then move the cursor over eerror and type
> m-x ispell-word
>
> silence follows
> ispell itself still works since if I type 0 I get the correction and
> speech continues normally.  I even sometimes get the message "checking
> spelling of eerror".
> but I never hear the choices.  Similarly ispell-region no longer gives
> the current line with the errant word in its particular voice etc.
> This will almost certainly be a version thing so
> emacs 22.1.1
> emacspeak at revision 6149
> @(#) International Ispell Version 3.1.20 (but really Aspell 0.60.5),
> ispell.el 3.6 - 01/07/2003
>
> but loading the ispell from the current cvs snapshot of emacs doesn't
> seem to help either.
>
> I wondered if the advice from emacspeak-ispell was being called but it
> seems so.  I also failed to get edebug to instrument a defadvice but
> am not very familiar with the edebug package so probably messed that
> up.  Failing a solution to the question, any advice on debugging
> advised functions would be welcome (perhaps more so since I'm more
> likely to find my own solution next time).
> cheers
> Peter
>
>
> Peter Rayner: LSCE/IPSL, Laboratoire CEA-CNRS-UVSQ
> address: Bat. 701 LSCE - CEA de Saclay
> Orme des Merisiers, 91191 Gif/Yvette
> work: +33  (1) 69 08 88 11;	mobile: +33 (6) 75 46 56 52;	 fax: +33 (1) 69 08
> 77 16
> mail-to: peter.rayner@lsce.ipsl.fr
> web: http://www-lsce.cea.fr/Pisp/52/peter.rayner.html
>
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