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Eclipse eSpell

Mohammed Yousuff
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I want to check the spell errors in Eclipse, so i tried with eSpell. However i not sure how to go with ...

any help on this . thats a lot


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Which version of Eclipse are you using?

Eclipse 3.4 has a built-in spelling checker. Configure it with Window / Preferences / General / Editor / Text Editors / Spelling.


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Mohammed Yousuff
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ya i using that. it shows the spell errors but it dons't show some recommendations
 
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