Speech-Dispatcher and Punctuation
jsd at clara.co.uk
Sun Feb 4 17:15:36 EST 2007
In article <20070204211210.GC20015 at lnx3.holmesgrown.com>,
Steve Holmes <steve at holmesgrown.com> wrote:
> Why are so many punctuation chars stripped out by default? Even when
> I try to not strip any chars, many still don't get spoken by espeak;
> any reason for this?
Usually the names of punctuation characters are spoken by the program
which calls eSpeak.
However, you can make eSpeak speak punctuation characters by using its
Or if you want it to speak only some punctuation characters, you can
give it a string which contains those punctuation characters, eg.
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