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Re: [patch] espeak server should not install .so file in /usr/share/emacs



Hello Raman,

On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 07:15:11PM -0800, T.V. Raman wrote:
> sounds reasonable, but I'm having a hard time hasing down the
> different patches. Please send me a tarball with the multiple
> patches, and that for *all* the servers --- and I'll see if I can
> come up with something that works
 
 I need to look in more detail at the tcl scripts to figure out how to
 do this, but I have noticed that there is common code for all of the
 servers in tts-lib.tcl.

 What I am interested in doing is putting the library loading routine in
 this file since it will be common code.
 In other words, in the espeak tcl script there would be a line that
 looks like,A

 serverlib "tclespeak.so"
 # I need to figure out specific syntax for this.

 and the serverlib routine would be in tts-lib.tcl, and it would  do the
 actual library loading.

 What do you think of that approach?

 Thanks,

 William

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> On 1/25/10, William Hubbs <w.d.hubbs@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello Raman,
> >
> > On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 03:17:08PM -0800, T.V. Raman wrote:
> >> In this specific case of where the compiled tts libs for loading
> >> into TCL  go when installed, I remain unconvinced; and also, note
> >> that the patch that would be needed goes beyond the Makefile int
> >> he various synth directories, one would have to update the tcl
> >> scripts appropraitely to look for the .so library in the
> >> installed location.
> >
> > I understand that, and the second patch I sent you did that.  Did you
> > get that patch?  It updated the tcl script so that it first looked where
> > it currently looks then it looked in /usr/lib/emacspeak only if that
> > failed.  I'm attaching the second patch I sent again for reference.
> >
> >> For now, if you continue to believe that
> >> doing is the right thing, then I suggest you apply this patch
> >> downstream from the emacspeak svn repos, and let's revisit the
> >> issue based on how things work out.
> >
> > If the second patch I sent you were applied, the only thing that I
> > would suggest to be done differently is have a way to pass a path
> > to the tcl script, so that "/usr/lib/emacspeak" is not hard coded as the
> > second option, but there is some way to set it, preferably at build time.
> >
> > What do you think?
> >
> > William
> >
> >
> 
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