PyEnchant is a spellchecking library for Python, based on the excellent Enchant library.
PyEnchant combines all the functionality of the underlying Enchant library with the flexibility of Python and a nice "Pythonic" object-oriented interface. It also aims to provide some higher-level functionality than is available in the C API.
>>> import enchant
>>> d = enchant.Dict("en_US")
['He lo', 'He-lo', 'Hello', 'Helot', 'Help', 'Halo', 'Hell', 'Held', 'Helm', 'Hero', "He'll"]
The PyEnchant project has a new website!
Yes, I've finally gotten around to moving things off my personal website and onto the free documentation hosting provided by the cheeseshop. The site is built using a combination of sphinx for the API docs and tutorial, and hyde for the general layout and management.
Version 1.6.5 of PyEnchant has been released, with the following changes:
- restore compatability with Python 3 (including 3.2 beta1)
- fix unittest DeprecationWarnings on Python 3
- statically compile libstdc++ into pre-built windows binaries