Provided by: ispell_22.214.171.124-4_i386
update-ispell-dictionary - Bash script to select a new ispell default
If you have more than one Debian ispell dictionary package installed,
you should use update-ispell-dictionary to select the default one.
This script is also run for you any time you install a new Debian
ispell dictionary package.
This script makes extensive use of ’update-alternatives’ from the dpkg
suite of programs. Priority information for each of the alternatives
is stored, read and acted upon by ’update-alternatives’. IMPORTANT:
All ispell dictionary packages should install themselves with priority
10. This script will then assign priority 999 to the chosen default,
and re-run update-alternatives.
Kenneth MacDonald (K.MacDonald@ed.ac.uk) September 1995.
The version of update-ispell-dictionary described by this manual page
is September 1995.
None reported as of July 1999.