Getting Vim's spell checking to play nice with curly quotes
I've recently been doing a lot with curly quotes (“‘’”) in Vim, and I
noticed that Vim marks "hasn’t" (e.g. with U+2019 instead of an apostrophe)
as a spelling error, while of course "hasn't" is fine. Is there any way to
get Vim to recognize the "curly" versions of the words on its built-in word
list? I guess this would take about three minutes to fix with grep and sed,
but I was wondering if there were an easier way than generating the curly
versions of all relevant words and adding them to my personal spell list.
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