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Re: Incomplete speech in Python mode



Make sure you're running the newest emacspeak. I did update
things in emacspeak to support both versions of python mode.

>>>>> "Jerry" == Jerry Sievers <jerry.sievers@comcast.net> writes:
    Jerry> Hi Raman. Finally got around to trying to fix the
    Jerry> Python mode problem. Did follow your first suggestion
    Jerry> to get the python_mode.el from source Forge which has
    Jerry> actually moved tou Launch Pad.
    Jerry> 
    Jerry> It works a lot bettger and I'll leave things be for
    Jerry> now.
    Jerry> 
    Jerry> I did notice that the hash # character doesn't get
    Jerry> spoken, but this seems to be the only one so no big
    Jerry> deal. On the original the colon char was not spoken on
    Jerry> input and nothing was spoken on single character
    Jerry> delete. Those problems went away with the change to
    Jerry> this package.
    Jerry> 
    Jerry> Thanks!!
    Jerry> 
    Jerry> 
    Jerry> 
    Jerry> "T. V. Raman" <tv.raman.tv@gmail.com> writes:
    Jerry> 
    >> Checked further into this -- emacspeak supports
    >> python-mode as found on sourceforge -- that package was
    >> way more powerful than the one bundled in emacs. That
    >> said, the python-mode.el in emacs is now fairly
    >> sophisticated.
    >> 
    >> I've checked in code into svn to support the python-mode
    >> bundled in emacs.
    >> 
    >> So at this point you have two options:
    >> 
    >> 1. For older emacspeak versions, install python-mode from
    >> sourceforge
    >> 
    >> 2. Run emacspeak out of svn.
    >> 
    >> 
    >>>>>>> "tvr" == T V Raman <tv.raman.tv@gmail.com> writes:
    tvr> which TTS engine? Also upgrade to a newer emacspeak
    tvr> before debugging this further, though I dont know any
    tvr> specific reason why this would have been broken in
    tvr> emacspeak 29
    tvr> 
    >> >>>>>> "Jerry" == Jerry Sievers <gsievers19@comcast.net>
    >> >>>>>> writes:
    Jerry> Hello list. Emacs-22 and Emacspeak-29. I am running
    Jerry> the packaged versions on Ubuntu-10 squeeze/sid.
    Jerry> 
    Jerry> When editing Python source code, at least the colon
    Jerry> character is not spoken on input even when punctuation
    Jerry> mode is set to all. Also, on single character
    Jerry> delete/backspace, the deleted character is not spoken
    Jerry> either.
    Jerry> 
    Jerry> I have not seen this behavior when using other
    Jerry> Emacspeak versions in the past.
    Jerry> 
    Jerry> Any suggestions appreciated.
    Jerry> 
    Jerry> Thanks
    Jerry> 
    Jerry> -- Jerry Sievers e: gsievers19@comcast.net p:
    Jerry> 305.321.1144
    Jerry> 
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    tvr> 
    tvr> -- Best Regards, --raman
    tvr> 
    >> 
    >> -- 
    >> Best Regards, --raman
    >> 
    Jerry> 
    Jerry> -- Jerry Sievers e: jerry.sievers@comcast.net p:
    Jerry> 305.321.1144

-- 
Best Regards,
--raman

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