trace command is used to search for words in the CSpell dictionaries.
Trace shows the list of known dictionaries and a
* next to the ones that contain the word.
! will appear next to the ones where the word is forbidden.
The word is found in a dictionary if a
* appears before the dictionary name.
The dictionary is enabled, (in use based upon the file type), if the dictionary name is followed by a
Usage: cspell trace [options] <words...> Trace words Search for words in the configuration and dictionaries. Options: -c, --config <cspell.json> Configuration file to use. By default cspell looks for cspell.json in the current directory. --locale <locale> Set language locales. i.e. "en,fr" for English and French, or "en-GB" for British English. --languageId <language> Force programming language for unknown extensions. i.e. "php" or "scala" --no-color Turn off color. --color Force color -h, --help display help for command
cspell trace --languageId=cpp "errorcode"
+ between error
+code indicates that it was found using compound words enabled by