Check a site for spelling errors in a way that can be integrated with your testing
I wanted a way to add spellchecking to a suite of tests for a Flask-based site. I saw some windows tools, using a combination of lynx/curl/wget and i/a/hunspell.
But I just want a way to get a +/- test and a list of misspelled words.
So sitechantment is a command line utility to do just that. You can pass it a url to crawl, an optional additional list of words, language, etc. It will crawl the site (not wandering off to another host/port) spellcheck every page and give you a list of words that are “misspelled”.
You have the ability to run with a –update flag to automatically add all words to a personal word list so they aren’t flagged on the next run.
It is also available as a class sitechantment.SiteCheck, that can be used inside a test suite. You can even pass it a flask test client instead of using requests and be able to crawl a site inside of py.test or whatever is being used to unit test a flask application. (Really anything can be used as long as it supports handling uri’s with a get() method).
The full documentation is at http://sitechantment.rtfd.org.
TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
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