The FOSS server fossies.org - also supporting "Matomo" - offers a feature "Source code misspelling reports". Such reports are normally only generated on request, but as Fossies administrator I have just created for testing purposes such a codespell based analysis for the new Matomo release 3.13.4:
Although after a first review some obviously wrong matches ("False Positives" = FPs) are already filtered out (ignored) please inform me if you find more of them so that I can force a new improved check if applicable.
If appropriate, additional reports for the current release or also master versions (these in a special "test" folder) could be willingly created.
OT: As Fossies admin I am somewhat annoyed that a single file ("How to install Matomo.html") is located outside of the main subdirectory "matomo", as Linux user that the filename contains spaces and as a general user that the file seems superfluous since already existing within the directory "matomo/misc".
Since I saw the great efforts regarding spelling corrections I just added the "matomo" GitHub branches "master", "3.x-dev" and "4.x-dev" to a special Fossies folder named "/linux/test" that isn't integrated into the Fossies services and should also not be accessible for search engines.
The sources are at least currently cloned half-hourly and the according Fossies codespell reports are visible under
And with a little bit of luck (since it's a new and not yet well tested feature) one can see future changes regarding code spellings under the new "history" button that links for e.g. to
Maybe this can be a little bit helpful as a supplement (although the correction of spelling errors has probably a low priority).
Thanks for this :+1:
Btw, when you create any PR or issues, would you be able to add the label
This would save us some time and hide the PRs/issues from our changelog generator tool. Thanks!
EDIT: you can ignore my comment, just realised it was us creating the PRs :-)