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       spelldump - Sphinxsearch tool for extract the contents of a dictionary file.


       spelldump [OPTIONS] dictionary affix [result] [locale-name]


       Sphinx is a collection of programs that aim to provide high quality fulltext search.

       spelldump is used to extract the contents of a dictionary file that uses ispell or MySpell
       format, which can help build word lists for wordforms - all of the possible forms are
       pre-built for you.

       The two main parameters are the dictionary's main file and its affix file; usually these
       are named as [language-prefix].dict and [language-prefix].aff and will be available with
       most common Linux distributions, as well as various places online.  [result] specifies
       where the dictionary data should be output to, and [locale-name] additionally specifies
       the locale details you wish to use.

       Examples of its usage are:

           spelldump en.dict en.aff
           spelldump ru.dict ru.aff ru.txt ru_RU.CP1251
           spelldump ru.dict ru.aff ru.txt .1251

       The results file will contain a list of all the words in the dictionary in alphabetical
       order, output in the format of a wordforms file, which you can use to customise for your
       specific circumstances.

       An example of the result file:

           zone > zone
           zoned > zoned
           zoning > zoning


       -c [FILE]
           specifies a file for case conversion details.


       Andrey Aksenoff ( This manual page is written by Alexey
       Vinogradov ( Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or
       modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any
       later version published by the Free Software Foundation.

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in


       indexer(1), indextool(1).

       Sphinx and it's programs are documented fully by the Sphinx reference manual available in