vtsaran at nimbus.ocis.temple.edu
Tue May 30 23:02:29 EDT 2000
I think, /usr/bin is better because some of the distribution, such as Redhat
and mandrake dropped /usr/loca/ as an option. Well, there are apps that
insist on installing themselves in /usr/local/, but RedHat by itself avoids
using that directory. I personally hardly see where the division occurs.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jacob Schmude" <jacobs at ncinter.net>
To: <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Tuesday, May 30, 2000 2:42 PM
Subject: Re: newer load_spk-0.8.tar.gz
> Kirk, why would it not be set to /usr/local? Usually that's where
> these sort of programs go. Local software goes in /usr/local, normally,
> and I consider that local software. I know you can change it, I'm just
> curious as to why it was set back to /usr/bin.
> Also, I've got a feature request for loadspk regarding the
> doubletalks. Can you make all 8 voices avaiilable instead of just 5 of
> them? How about a way to send a direct command to the synth for features
> loadspk can't support (if anything loadspk can't support exists)?
> On Tue, 30 May 2000 ed at magus.dhs.org wrote:
> > > Seems to me there is another slight bug fix in there as well, but I
> > > can't remember what it is.
> > That would be dumpspk's misquoting of the backslash character..
> > 'cvs log loadspeak' is a nice feature, you know. *grin*
> > --
> > Andy "Eddie" Berdan
> > http://magus.dhs.org/ed/
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