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ispell-mode not speaking

ispell-mode and I appear to be no longer on speaking terms ... pity it
was a nice relationship.  I don't know when it broke even.

What happens:
1) open new emacspeak session
2) in any buffer (doesn't seem to matter much which mode) enter
something like
eerror (error but with a doubled e at the start)
Then move the cursor over eerror and type 
m-x ispell-word

silence follows
ispell itself still works since if I type 0 I get the correction and
speech continues normally.  I even sometimes get the message "checking
spelling of eerror".
but I never hear the choices.  Similarly ispell-region no longer gives
the current line with the errant word in its particular voice etc.
This will almost certainly be a version thing so
emacs 22.1.1
emacspeak at revision 6149  
@(#) International Ispell Version 3.1.20 (but really Aspell 0.60.5), ispell.el 3.6 - 01/07/2003

but loading the ispell from the current cvs snapshot of emacs doesn't
seem to help either.

I wondered if the advice from emacspeak-ispell was being called but it
seems so.  I also failed to get edebug to instrument a defadvice but
am not very familiar with the edebug package so probably messed that
up.  Failing a solution to the question, any advice on debugging
advised functions would be welcome (perhaps more so since I'm more
likely to find my own solution next time).

Peter Rayner: LSCE/IPSL, Laboratoire CEA-CNRS-UVSQ
address: Bat. 701 LSCE - CEA de Saclay
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