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           SPELL=vale
         VERSION=2.10.7
          SOURCE="$SPELL-$VERSION.tar.gz"
   SOURCE_URL[0]=https://github.com/errata-ai/${SPELL}/archive/refs/tags/v${VERSION}.tar.gz
     SOURCE_HASH=sha512:41ece3b3affea57983ff338e3d4eae55245389a5941e864dbaa3225ff5e6babc245146f9dbdbcdd0245d1bb1f1a837a4c1823b99e3e5b5e1ce5f0507f699e4ad
SOURCE_DIRECTORY="${BUILD_DIRECTORY}/${SPELL}-${VERSION}"
        WEB_SITE="https://docs.errata.ai/vale/about"
      LICENSE[0]=MIT
         ENTERED=20210603
           SHORT="a command-line tool that brings code-like linting to prose"
cat << EOF
Vale is a command-line tool that brings code-like linting to prose. It's
open-source, fast, and highly customizable.

Vale differs from most writing-related software in a significant way: it
doesn't attempt to teach you how to write; it's a tool for writers. In other
words, Vale focuses on allowing its users to create their own collections
of rules (known as styles) rather providing its own advice.
EOF