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       Gtk2::Spell - Bindings for GtkSpell with Gtk2


         use Gtk2;
         use Gtk2::Spell;

         $txtview = Gtk2::TextView->new;
         $spell = Gtk2::Spell->new_attach($txtview);
         $spell2 = Gtk2::Spell->get_from_text_view($txtview);
         # $spell2 will be the same object as $spell


         Perl bindings to GtkSpell, used in concert with Gtk2::TextView.


       Perl bindings to GtkSpell, used in concert with Gtk2::TextView. Provides mis-spelled word
       highlighting in red and offers a right click pop-up menu with suggested corrections.


       $spell = Gtk2::Spell->new(GTK2_TEXT_VIEW)
       $spell = Gtk2::Spell->new_attach(GTK2_TEXT_VIEW)
           Creates and returns a new Gtk2::Spell object attached to GTK2_TEXT_VIEW.

           Sets the language which the underlying spell-checker will use. According to the
           GtkSpell API reference this 'appears to be a locale specifier.'

           Rechecks the spelling of the entire text view buffer.

           Returns the Gtk2::Spell object attached to the given Gtk2::TextBuffer or undef if
           there isn't one attached.

           Detaches the Gtk2::Spell from it's associated text view.


       perl(1), Glib(1), Gtk2(1).


       rwmcfa1 <>


       Copyright 2003 by rwmcfa1

       Copyright 2003 by the gtk2-perl team.

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