On Thu, Sep 02, 2004 at 01:09:46PM +0100, David Murphy wrote:
> Heh, nice. Your post reminded me of a product that existed ages ago in
> the time of DOS, called Grammatik, or something like that, which would
> analyse your writing and check for grammar mistakes, give you a read
> on how complicated your sentence structure was, and so on. One of the
> good things about it was that it worked on plain text files as well as
> wordprocessor documents, so one could hook it into an email client.
> Have any of you seen something like this on *nix?
yeah. the wwb suite. but it is on unix - i used to use it on sunos. i
miss them. did grammar, spelling, age level, etc. it was an at&t unix
thing, so most "real" unicies had it.
istr parts of it being open-sourced a few years back.
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