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Emacspeak speech server for mac


Sounds good on all counts, look forward to accepting the final
version into the emacspeak codebase.
Best Regards,

Best Regards,

On 3/18/11, David Tseng <davidtseng@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Bart and others,
> I've added Bart to the committers list on Google Code.
> I had other folks from the Mac-dev (Google Group) interested in the
> server including Ken Perry and Bryan Smart.  The plan had been to get
> the server to a stable state and then submit it to Raman for approval.
>  He had looked at an earlier version of the server.  I really haven't
> changed it in the meantime since then.
> As for the forking...again, wasn't sure how much I needed, but
> obviously I'm open to removing everything else. I also wanted to have
> a checkout with a stable snapshot of emacspeak without everyone
> working on their slightly differing revisions of the lisp subsystem.
> Believe it or not, I'm really new to using emacspeak :).  I'm
> certainly not going to run off and create something diverging from the
> main trunk.  As I stated on the project page, the project's goal is to
> just get the code submitted to the emacspeak repo and Google code's
> just used as a host for collabeeration.
> Anyone who wants to help out is certainly welcome to contribute (just
> let me know)!

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