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import old personal dictionaries into GNU Aspell

see also : aspell - run-with-aspell - word-list-compress



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aspell-import is a command that will search for old personal dictionaries and will import them into GNU Aspell. It will look for both Ispell and Aspell dictionaries. To use it just run it from the command prompt.


This program does not accept any command-line options.

see also

aspell , run-with-aspell , word-list-compress

The full documentation for Aspell is maintained as a Texinfo manual The ’aspell’ entry in info for more complete documentation.


This manual page was written by Brian Nelson <pyro[:at:]debian[:dot:]org>.

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