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SourceSpell 2.1

spelling checker spell checks string literals and comments in source code.

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Last Week downloads: 0
Total downloads: 119
  • Last Updated: Apr 7, 2009
  • License: Demo $19
  • OS: Windows 2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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SourceSpell is a Development software developed by SourceSpell. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for SourceSpell:

Edit By BS Editor: SourceSpell is a tool to help programmers spell check their source code and project files. It supports C, C++, Delphi, Java, Pascal, Visual Basic, Windows Resource Scripts (rc files) and more.

A single spelling error can ruin the image of an otherwise elegant and sophisticated program. Yet finding that error buried in thousands of lines of code is not easy. But we can help.
Check Just the Parts that Matter
SourceSpell parses your code into sections, such as string literals, comments, compiler directives etc. depending on the programming language you are using. You can select which of these you would like to include in your Spelling Check. If you are only worried about misspellings that may be seen by your final user, you can limit your check to string literals. If you are also concerned about your colleagues, employer or documentation generated from comments, you can expand the scope of the check accordingly.

Check Every File
Unlike most documents, a programming project is typically made up of dozens, hundreds or even thousands of individual files. Making absolutely certain that every one of them is spell checked is crucial, but very difficult. With SourceSpell you can check all files with particular extensions in an entire directory tree, ensuring that none are missed.

Code Dictionaries
Programming languages require the use of terms which are not proper words, such as "AnsiString", "int", or "TButton". These are often referred to in comments and will result many correctly spelled words being flagged as misspelled. To avoid this you can choose to use a Code Dictionary in addition to the regular dictionary. This can be selected on a per-section basis. A separate code dictionary is supplied for each programming language. This dictionary contains words commonly used in that language. Like any other user dictionary, these dictionaries can be viewed and edited at any time using a simple dialog box.
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Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for SourceSpell,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with SourceSpell.