[ESS] LocalWords, flyspell and noweb mode

Stephen Eglen S.J.Eglen at damtp.cam.ac.uk
Wed Mar 23 18:41:15 CET 2011

> I am used to, in tex mode, to be able to have buffer local words for
> flyspell / ispell.  In tex-mode (AUCTeX) I do this with lines like
> % LocalWords: splicing, CpG, methylation
I too use this feature a lot in regular .tex files (not so much with Rnw
files, but I don't tend to write them so much).

> How do people deal with this?  I am currently using (GNU) Emacs 23.3.1
> on OS X (self-compiled), and I also see it under 23.3.1 on Linux
> (self-compiled), 24 svn on Linux and OS X (self-compiled) .  I think
> this is a general Emacs issue and not special to my setup.

As a workaround, can you just manually put the buffer into M-x
LaTeX-mode when proofing?  Not great, but I'm afraid the .Rnw support is
far from ideal...


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