Fixes typos in text using regular expressions, based on RegExTypoFix from Wikipedia
Topy (anagram of “typo”) is a Python script to fix typos in text, based on the RegExTypoFix project from Wikipedia and AutoWikiBrowser.
Topy runs with either Python 2 or 3; you need to install dependencies listed in requirements.txt, easiest way is to use pip:
pip install -r requirements.txt
Usage: topy.py [options] FILES... Options: -h, --help show this help message and exit -q, --quiet silence information messages -a, --apply overwrite files in place
- In general follow the Python PEP-8 coding style, except line length can go up to 120 chars.
- Strings that have meaning for humans use double quotes ("), otherwise single quotes ('). When in doubt, don’t worry about it.
Submit your changes as pull requests on Github.