Formatter for spellchecking Pod

Edit Package perl-Pod-Spell

Pod::Spell is a Pod formatter whose output is good for spellchecking.
Pod::Spell rather like Pod::Text, except that it doesn't put much effort
into actual formatting, and it suppresses things that look like Perl
symbols or Perl jargon (so that your spellchecking program won't complain
about mystery words like "$thing" or "Foo::Bar" or "hashref").

This class provides no new public methods. All methods of interest are
inherited from Pod::Parser (which see). The especially interesting ones
are `parse_from_filehandle' (which without arguments takes from STDIN
and sends to STDOUT) and `parse_from_file'. But you can probably just
make do with the examples in the synopsis though.

This class works by filtering out words that look like Perl or any form
of computerese (like "`$thing'" or "`N>7'" or "`@{$foo}{'bar','baz'}'",
anything in C<...> or F<...> codes, anything in verbatim paragraphs
(codeblocks), and anything in the stopword list. The default stopword
list for a document starts out from the stopword list defined by
Pod::Wordlist, and can be supplemented (on a per-document basis) by
having `"=for stopwords"' / `"=for :stopwords"' region(s) in a document.

Sean M. Burke

Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)
Filename Size Changed
Pod-Spell-1.26.tar.gz 0000035564 34.7 KB
cpanspec.yml 0000000669 669 Bytes
perl-Pod-Spell.changes 0000007302 7.13 KB
perl-Pod-Spell.spec 0000002818 2.75 KB
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