acsint support in espeakup
aarnaarn2 at gmail.com
Sat May 9 15:45:14 EDT 2020
hello Samuel. is it in kernel tree or used by any linux distro?
i understand that it's completely independent from speakup. i am talking
about espeakup support. in source code we have functions related to acsint.
09.05.2020 22:32, Samuel Thibault
> Alexander Epaneshnikov, le sam. 09 mai 2020 21:28:30 +0300, a ecrit:
>> hello everyone. i started working on espeakup source code and found
>> support for something called acsint <https://github.com/eklhad/acsint>
>> As I understand, this is another kernel space screen reader.
> More precisely, it exposes some kernel support to userland, to intercept
> the keyboard presses, the printed text, etc.
>> it's support in espeakup looks strange and unfinished to me.
> IIRC it's completely independent from speakup, although it uses the same
> kind of interception tools in the kernel.
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