How can I change
vim's spell checking, so that it does not mark words with capital letters, which were previously unknown to vim, but were added to a custom dictionary in lower case form, at the beginning of a phrase, where they suddenly have a capital letter as first letter, as wrong in general?
I know it does this for known words already, but I added a custom word:
I added it using the visual mode and selecting the whole word and then pressing
zg to my custom file
In the next phrase there is the same word, but at the beginning of the phrase:
Phrases are separated by
. and a space
in my document. Although the non-capitalized version is already known to vim and not marked as wrong anymore, this one is still marked as wrong. To be precise, the first part before the
- is marked as wrong. However, I cannot simply add it like the other version of the word, because I don't want to allow it to have capital
L where ever it stands. The capitalized version should only be correct at the beginning of phrases, because it is an adjective and we don't give adjectives a capital letter at the beginning, except at the beginning of a phrase.
Return value of
:verbose set spellcapcheck: