Namepspell_config_personal — Tells a Pspell configuration the name of a file to use for a personal wordlist.
This function tells Pspell to use a personal wordlist in addition to the main dictionary wordlist when checking words. If you want to make changes or additions to the wordlist, this file is where those changes are saved when you call pspell_save_wordlist() . You should call pspell_config_personal() before any calls to pspell_new_config() .
If the requested filename doesn't exist, it will be created. You must ensure that the PHP process has adequate permissions to access and write to the filename in question. If running as a web server module, for instance, PHP probably won't have permissions to write to your personal home directory unless you specifically set up a directory there (or perhaps /tmp or a similar location).
The configid parameter is a valid configuration handle as returned by pspell_config_create() .
This function is available only if the Pspell library version is 0.11.2 or later and the Aspell library version is 0.32.5 or later.
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