How to install dictionary (polish example)

How to install dictionary for other languages?

1) You must have Mozilla Thunderbird

2) Browse to Program Filles/Mozilla Thunderbird/dictionares

3) locate dic file - ex: pl.dic

4) edit this file in Notepad++ (http://notepad-plus-plus.org/)

5) replace all bad coding and stupid character (alt + 0182)

    replace all junks: push Ctrl + R, in search type:    /.+$     (without space), replace set empty. Push [Replace Rest] button.

7) Select all (Ctrl + A), copy (Ctrol + C), set Format to "UTF without BOM", now paste (Ctrl + V)

8) SAVE THIS TO NEW FILE

9) in PhpStorm go to preferences->spelling->dictionary select your new dic file :-)

Enjoy ;]

Ps. Sory for my bad english

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Hi! I have prepared ready to use Polish dictionary file there: https://github.com/dominik59/polish_intellij_dictionary so feel free to use it. It is new dictionary, because I use newest Polish source from https://sjp.pl/slownik/odmiany/ which provides probably all variations of polish words :)

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Dzięki. Działa bardzo dobrze.

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I'm working on an Italian translation for my Django project, and I want to have Italian spell checker enabled in PyCharm.  Well this is the only advice I could find on it, so I generated the italian.dic file using aspell and its close to 700 MB in Size!  Well I've tried it both ways with the utf-8 and the iso-8859-1 encodings, and in either case when in PyCharm 1.2.1 on Windows 7 I Can add the dictionary file and it essentially hoses the program when I try to apply the setting.  I can watch memory usage climb to about 600MB before stagering and the program never does respond again.  It sure would be nice to get multi-language support working for editing these messages files.

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1. You don't need to install Thunderbird, you can download dictionary from the mozilla repository https://addons.mozilla.org/thunderbird/language-tools/ or Libre Office: https://github.com/LibreOffice/dictionaries

2. IntelliJ uses plain words dictionaries, so is better to install Aspell dictionary (http://aspell.net/), export it using: `aspell -d pl dump master` (language default encoding). http://superuser.com/questions/137957/how-to-convert-aspell-dictionary-to-simple-list-of-words

3. Not everything that you don't understand is stupid... 

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  1. Install the Hunspell plugin to your IDE
  2. Find your language dictionary in https://github.com/LibreOffice/dictionaries
  3. Download the .dic file that contains the list of words, and the .aff file that's a list of language rules (you don't need edit this files)
  4. On your IDE Settings/Preferences dialog Ctrl+Alt+S, select Editor | Proofreading | Spelling
  5. Add both files at the custom dictionary list
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Since last month you dont need combine with downloading dictionary from other sources. See https://www.jetbrains.com/help/phpstorm/proofreading.html

Checked with polish dictionary - work fine.

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