waywardgeek at gmail.com
Mon May 2 17:37:30 EDT 2011
William Hubbs is thinking of taking over development of speechd-up.
There's a hacked version in Vinux that works pretty well, though
ospeakup was the latest and greatest, up until OpenTTS merged back
William, are you still interested in taking speechd-up forward? I can
ask around to see if there are any other volunteers if like.
On Mon, May 2, 2011 at 4:55 PM, Jean-Philippe MENGUAL
<mengualjeanphi at free.fr> wrote:
> Yes I use the connector with voxin. But did you try it with Debian
> 6.0.1? In my case, it builds, but at runtime, it crashes with segfault.
> What's for you? I'd like it to work because it's a good alternate when
> espeak is too hard to hear.
> Jean-Philippe MENGUAL
> Le lundi 02 mai 2011 à 17:16 +0100, Michael Whapples a écrit :
>> Another option is the IBM viavoice speakup connector which will work
>> with voxin.
>> Regarding the speechd-up deprecation, I don't know whether freebsoft
>> intend to create a replacement or if they were just dropping support for
>> it. I know that when opentts was being created they were going to
>> continue with a fork of speechd-up, so may be someone will take up
>> development of speechd-up.
>> Michael Whapples
>> On -10/01/37 20:59, Keith Hinton wrote:
>> > Hi.
>> > If the Speech-Dispatcher/SpeechD-up developers say SpeechD-up is
>> > depricated, it probably is.
>> > I haven't seen any work on that project SpeechD-up for ages that I am aware of.
>> > I don't know if the developers intend to do anything about that.
>> > Also, SpeechD-up has major issues on multiple processor-SMP enabled
>> > machines, unless you count the Vinux project doing all the tweeks to
>> > SpeechD-up with that project.
>> > Only Espeakup on any other system did fine.
>> > I don't know if other speakup-connecters exist.
>> > Perhaps someone else knows?
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