how to tell aspell -c to ignore "_", ">", "<", and other bytes
kline at tao.thought.org
Thu Jan 5 21:14:51 PST 2006
You may remember that I'm trying to scan > 400 pages from a text.
Things work much better using he latest gocr and a greatly
enlarged JPEG image, tweaked with xv. I'm almmost to the point
where I can use aspell -c to correct misinterpreted text. The
gotcha is that the sample jpg file I have are filled with
improper non-characters, including "_", '<", ">", along with
punctuation, and random integers. Is there any way to tell
aspell to look at (say) S_wiss and guess Swiss, an6yle and guess
angle, n:otio:1 and guess motion, and di.5tnnce and guess distance?
Because the delimiters are spaces, it is impossible to have
aspelll recgnize things like "i f" for if, and so on. But gotta
say that version 0.40is vastly bettr than 0.37.
Gary Kline kline at thought.org www.thought.org Public service Unix
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