Aspell-0.60 installing in /usr/lib/aspell-0.60/ instead /usr/lib/aspell/ so kde don't see aspell dictionaries.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.USE="~x86" emerge aspell
Does reemerging the kde packages related to spelling after emerging the new aspell work?
Another thing, make sure that you reemerge all dictionaries after emerging the new aspell so they will be compiled into the correct directory.
I have reemerge all dictionaries after emerging the new aspell,and they install in too /usr/lib/aspell-0.60/,but kde don't see them too.
I don't think that it is required to reemerge kde packages (with aspell-0.50 the is no need for that). The aren't any kde packages related aspell (at least no kde install depend on it).
I think that simulink in ebulid will correct this bug .
Ps.sorry for my english
It wasn't needed to reemerge the kde packages after upgrading to a never version of aspell-0.5 because they used the same library location. It seems kspell2 (the spelling library in kde) is part of the kdelibs package. Could you try reemerging that and see if it works?
I have made upgrade from kde 3.3.0 to 3.3.1 and nothing is change.
Ps.sorry for such log time of response.
See this kde bug:
I submitted a possible workaround there:
Another possible workaround is to create a symlink
/usr/lib/aspell -> aspell-0.60
Very nice detective work. CC'ed email@example.com to get their feedback on this.
Anders: Gregorio is devrel's Bug 68818, hopefully metamorphing into a Gentoo KDE dev, soon. ;)
Is it possible to create at least a symlink on install?
so: /usr/lib/aspell-0.60 -> /usr/lib/aspell
KDE fix won't come till 4.0 and without that fix dicts won't work on Gentoo!
The patch linked in comment 7 is now in kdelibs-3.3.2-r3.
(and it's already applied for kde-3.4)