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SPELLDUMP(1)			 Sphinxsearch			  SPELLDUMP(1)

       spelldump - Sphinxsearch	tool for extract the contents of a dictionary

       spelldump [OPTIONS] dictionary affix [result] [locale-name]

       Sphinx is a collection of programs that aim to provide high quality
       fulltext	search.

       spelldump is used to extract the	contents of a dictionary file that
       uses ispell or MySpell format, which can	help build word	lists for
       wordforms - all of the possible forms are pre-built for you.

       The two main parameters are the dictionary's main file and its affix
       file; usually these are named as	[language-prefix].dict and
       [language-prefix].aff and will be available with	most common Linux
       distributions, as well as various places	online.	 [result] specifies
       where the dictionary data should	be output to, and [locale-name]
       additionally specifies the locale details you wish to use.

       Examples	of its usage are:

	   spelldump en.dict en.aff
	   spelldump ru.dict ru.aff ru.txt ru_RU.CP1251
	   spelldump ru.dict ru.aff ru.txt .1251

       The results file	will contain a list of all the words in	the dictionary
       in alphabetical order, output in	the format of a	wordforms file,	which
       you can use to customise	for your specific circumstances.

       An example of the result	file:

	   zone	> zone
	   zoned > zoned
	   zoning > zoning

       -c [FILE]
	   specifies a file for	case conversion	details.

       Andrey Aksenoff ( This manual page is written
       by Alexey Vinogradov ( Permission is
       granted to copy,	distribute and/or modify this document under the terms
       of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any	later version
       published by the	Free Software Foundation.

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License
       can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.

       indexer(1), indextool(1).

       Sphinx and it's programs	are documented fully by	the Sphinx reference
       manual available	in /usr/share/doc/sphinxsearch.

2.2.11-release			  07/19/2016			  SPELLDUMP(1)


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