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    Source code spell checker for Linux?

    Anyone know of a good program that will spell check c/c++ source code (ie, only comments and strings and ignore everything else)? I know of a few shareware programs for Windows, but I haven't seen anything like this for Linux, yet. Thanks.

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    Re:Source code spell checker for Linux?

    Nothin' huh? Well, I guess I could just write my own. Maybe as a Kate Plug-in? or maybe with perl? I'm growing quite fond of perl. Any suggestions?

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    Re:Source code spell checker for Linux?

    Spell check, huh? How about something like:

    Code:
    % grep '//.*' *.cpp | ispell -
    Or something like that?

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