pspell_store_replacement() stores any incorrect/correct word pairs in the current dictionary session for later use. This allows pspell_suggest() to recognize this misspelling and offer the replacement for it. You need to have opened the dictionary with pspell_new_personal() , or by using pspell_config_create() with pspell_config_personal() . If you want to store the replacement list for use in future invocations of your script, set the name of the save file with pspell_config_repl() (this requires that you open the dictionary using the pspell_config_create() method), and later save it using pspell_save_wordlist() .
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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