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Re: Emacspeak on Ubuntu 8.10: best way to go about it?



Janina Sajka wrote:
> Alastair Irving writes:
>> Janina Sajka wrote:
>>> Tim Cross writes:
>>>> Once I've built the atcleci.so shared library, I cd to the servers
>>>> directory and run the 'outloud' script. If the shared library has been
>>>> build correctly and everything is correctly installed (including the
>>>> right versions of tcl and extended tcl, then a voice should announce
>>>> that 'this is viavoice using ALSA'. Note that I'm still using tcl/tclx
>>>> 8.3. 
>>>>
>>> Is it correct that emacspeak software speech won't build over tcl/tclx
>>> 8.4.x?
>>>
>>> This seems to be what's preventing functionality on Fedora today.
>>> Reverting to 8.3 doesn't appear to be a viable option. Fedora hasn't
>>> used 8.3 in over three years, and that was a very different Fedora back
>>> then.
>>>
>>> Am I wrong? Is anyone running emacspeak with software speech and 8.4.x
>>> versions of tcl/tclx?
>> the emacspeak ebuild on gentoo includes patches to make the servers
>> compile with 8.4.
>>
> Cool. Can you please a pointer where to find these? I'm not familiar
> with gentoo repositories. Thanks.
> 

http://sources.gentoo.org/viewcvs.py/gentoo-x86/app-accessibility/emacspeak/files/?hideattic=0


The most recent patche is for emacspeak 28 but they can probably be
easily adapted.

Alastair

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