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NAME ^

Test::HTML::Spelling - Test the spelling of HTML documents

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Test::More;
  use Test::HTML::Spelling;

  use Test::WWW::Mechanize;

  my $sc = Test::HTML::Spelling->new(
      ignore_classes   => [qw( no-spellcheck )],
      check_attributes => [qw( title alt )],
  );

  $sc->speller->set_option('lang','en_GB');
  $sc->speller->set_option('sug-mode','fast');

  my $mech = Test::WWW::Mechanize->new();

  $mech->get_ok('http://www.example.com/');

  $sc->spelling_ok($mech->content, "spelling");

  done_testing;

DESCRIPTION ^

This module parses an HTML document, and checks the spelling of the text and some attributes (such as the title and alt attributes).

It will not spellcheck the attributes or contents of elements (including the contents of child elements) with the class no-spellcheck. For example, elements that contain user input, or placenames that are unlikely to be in a dictionary (such as timezones) should be in this class.

It will fail when an HTML document if not well-formed.

METHODS ^

ignore_classes

This is an accessor method for the names of element classes that will not be spellchecked. It is also a constructor parameter.

It defaults to no-spellcheck.

check_attributes

This is an accessor method for the names of element attributes that will be spellchecked. It is also a constructor parameter.

It defaults to title and alt.

ignore_words

This is an accessor method for setting a hash of words that will be ignored by the spellchecker. Use it to specify a custom dictionary, e.g.

  use File::Slurp;

  my %dict = map { chomp($_); $_ => 1 } read_file('custom');

  $sc->ignore_words( \%dict );

speller

  my $sc = $sc->speller($lang);

This is an accessor that gives you access to a spellchecker for a particular language (where $lang is a two-letter ISO 639-1 language code). If the language is omitted, it returns the default spellchecker:

  $sc->speller->set_option('sug-mode','fast');

Note that options set for the default spellchecker will not be set for other spellcheckers. To ensure all spellcheckers have the same options as the default, use something like the following:

  foreach my $lang (qw( en es fs )) {
      $sc->speller($lang)->set_option('sug-mode',
          $sc->speller->get_option('sug-mode')
      )
  }

langs

    my @langs = $sc->langs;

Returns a list of languages (as two-letter ISO 639-1 codes) that there are spellcheckers for.

This can be checked after testing a document to ensure that the document does not contain markup in unexpected languages.

check_spelling

  if ($sc->check_spelling( $content )) {
    ..
  }

Check the spelling of a document, and return true if there are no spelling errors.

spelling_ok

    $sc->spelling_ok( $content, $message );

Parses the HTML file and checks the spelling of the document text and selected attributes.

KNOWN ISSUES ^

Using Test::HTML::Spelling in a module

Suppose you subclass a module like Test::WWW::Mechanize and add a spelling_ok method that calls "spelling_ok". This will work fine, except that any errors will be reported as coming from your module, rather than the test scripts that call your method.

To work around this, call the "check_spelling" method from within your module.

SEE ALSO ^

The following modules have similar functionality:

Apache::AxKit::Language::SpellCheck

AUTHOR ^

Robert Rothenberg, <rrwo at cpan.org>

Contributors and Acknowledgements

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright 2012-2014 Robert Rothenberg.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the the Artistic License (2.0). You may obtain a copy of the full license at:

http://www.perlfoundation.org/artistic_license_2_0

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