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Re: SVN Version is broken!



This was the problem I fixed last evening, I dont believe you've
done an svn update everywhere.

The bug had slipped in during a failed attempt to move everything
to tcl8.4 and then reverting the change, not all the changes had
gotten reverted correctly.

>>>>> "Steve" == Steve Holmes <steve@holmesgrown.com> writes:
    Steve> Well, Like I said in my other message, the permissions
    Steve> appear to be correct but I just tried your suggested
    Steve> test anyway and got a most interesting result plus no
    Steve> speech.  I will attach the script below.
    Steve> 
    Steve> Script started on Mon 02 Jul 2007 05:00:14 AM MST
    Steve> root@pillow:~#
    Steve> /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/servers/espeak
    Steve> invalid command name "signal"
    Steve> 
    Steve>     while executing
    Steve> 
    Steve> "signal ignore {sigint}"
    Steve> 
    Steve>     (file
    Steve> "/usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/servers/espeak"
    Steve> line 505)
    Steve> 
    Steve> root@pillow:~# exit exit
    Steve> 
    Steve> Script done on Mon 02 Jul 2007 05:01:39 AM MST
    Steve> 
    Steve> I don't tcl so didn't begin to debug that yet.  Just
    Steve> tried this same command on my desktop machine and it
    Steve> worked as expected.  It spoke and left me in a tcl
    Steve> prompt.  So there's something strange going on for
    Steve> sure.
    Steve> 
    Steve> While I looked back over at my laptop, I found the
    Steve> difference that caused all my problems!!! It seems
    Steve> that the espeak module in my
    Steve> /usr/share/emacs... directory had a
    Steve> '/!#/usr/bin/tclsh' where the one in my
    Steve> svn/emacspeak/servers directory had a
    Steve> '/!#/usr/bin/tcl'.  Oh, the espeak command worked
    Steve> properly in the personal directory with the
    Steve> /usr/bin/tcl reference.  So I just went into the one
    Steve> in the system directory and changed to tcl and now it
    Steve> works.  Now I'm not sure where exactly that tclsh
    Steve> reference came from; perhaps it was an earlier version
    Steve> or something.  Anyway, finally past that herdle.
    Steve> 
    Steve> Now I can get into more interesting efforts with
    Steve> emacspeak.  I have another question.  where are synth
    Steve> pitch changes controled from for a given synth? Or
    Steve> better yet, where are pronunciations controled from?
    Steve> What I'm getting at is some of the punctuation marks
    Steve> while using espeak aren't quite right.  In particular,
    Steve> parentheses and brackets and angle brackets have some
    Steve> funny extra text spoken when they are read one at a
    Steve> time.  I'm thinking some bad pitch controls are being
    Steve> used or something.  i would be glad to fix them once I
    Steve> realize where to go.
    Steve> 
    Steve> Thanks to both Lokas and TV Raman for the timely help
    Steve> here.
    Steve> 
    Steve> On Mon, Jul 02, 2007 at 10:22:28AM +0200, Lukas
    Steve> Loehrer wrote:
    >> When testing espeak from the console, do not invoke it
    >> with tcl explicitly because emacspeak will not either. Try
    >> something like
    >> 
    >> ./espeak
    >> 
    >> in the servers directory. If you get a "Permission
    >> denied", try
    >> 
    >> chmod 755 espeak
    >> 
    >> Best regards, Lukas
    >> 
    >> 
    >> Steve Holmes writes ("Re: SVN Version is broken!"): >
    >> Thanks for the quick fixes.  For some reason however, my
    >> laptop which > is using the svn version still won't work
    >> with espeak.  dtksoft works > on it though.  espeak works
    >> properly when I run it from tcl at the > shell but emacs /
    >> emacspeak just keeps saying "process speaker not >
    >> running" with no further explanation available.  I'm
    >> really not sure > where else to look here.
    >> > 
    >> > On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 07:25:20PM -0700, T. V. Raman
    >> wrote:
    >> > > 
    >> > > Should be fixed now.
    >> > > 
    >> > > 
    >> > > 
    >> > > >>>>> "Steve" == Steve Holmes <steve@holmesgrown.com>
    >> writes: > > Steve> I thought I would give the latest svn
    >> poll from > > Steve> yesterday Sat Jun 30 a try and I'm
    >> getting "process > > Steve> speaker not running" when I
    >> try to use espeak.  It so > > Steve> happens that when I
    >> try to select espeak, I get the > > Steve> following:
    >> Symbol's value as variable is void: > > Steve>
    >> emacspeak-ssh-tts-server What has ssh-tts-server got > >
    >> Steve> to do with espeak? the plain 26.0 version worked ok
    >> as > > Steve> long as I grab the svn directory of
    >> linux-espeak and > > Steve> hack the Makefile a bit.  Once
    >> the process speak not > > Steve> running occurs, I'm stuck
    >> in emacs and can't do > > Steve> anything in it.  Even
    >> with Speakup running, I can't > > Steve> even exit the
    >> program; I end up killing emacs from > > Steve> another
    >> console.  I got dectalk to run ok but today it > > Steve>
    >> crashed and then I got the dreaded "process speaker > >
    >> Steve> not running" error again.  At least yesterday with
    >> the > > Steve> prod version of emacspeak, dtk-soft would
    >> poop out but > > Steve> I could always restart again with
    >> c-e c-s.  I found > > Steve> espeak to be extremely
    >> responsive and generally worked > > Steve> well with prod
    >> version of espeak.  > > Steve> > > Steve> Any ideas? Not
    >> sure where to go to fix the voide > > Steve> symbol.  > >
    >> Steve> > > Steve> -- HolmesGrown Solutions The best
    >> solutions for the > > Steve> best price!
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    >> > > -- 
    >> > > Best Regards, > > --raman
    >> > > 
    >> > >       
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