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Re: ViaVoice outloud on 64bit Ubuntu



Hi Tim

Thank you for the information about the Ubuntu multi-arch support.

On Ubuntu 10.04, I had to install the 'g++-multilib' package to be
able to compile atcleci.so on a 64bit system. Otherwise, linking would
fail. Fortunately, the error message from the linker contained the
necessary file names to be able to determine the missing packages with
'dpkg -S' or 'apt-file search'.

Kind regards, Lukas

Tim Cross writes ("ViaVoice outloud on 64bit Ubuntu"):
> ...
> If you need to build a 32 bit library from the sources, things appear to be a
> bit more complicated. The two best options appear to be either to created a
> chroot 32 bit environment and build the lib there and then copy it across or
> use some of the tools provided in the debian developers tool package. I've not
> really looked at this in any depth as yet. Another alternative would be to just
> run a VM running 32 bit Ubuntu and do all your builds there. However, in most
> cases, it probably isn't necessary to build the libs and you can just survive
> with the provided 32 bit version.
> 
> The one complication I ran into was compiling the espeak library. I like to
> have espeak as a second/backup speech server. I've not yet worked out all the
> necessary steps to force a 32 bit build on a 64 bit system. As the tcl libs
> I've now got installed are 32 bit ones, the build of espeak fails because by
> default, it tries to link against 64 bit libs. I'm sure it is possible, but
> I've not yet worked out how. I'm thinking that for now, I'll just be lazy and
> build the lib on a 32 bit box, copy it across and just run both espeak and
> outloud in 32 bit mode. 
> 
> Actually, I have another solution which I'm quietly working on. I've recently
> got a working version (though still rough) of an espeak server developed using
> clojure, which means no Tcl, just Java and a simple JNI library for the espeak
> interface. So far, its working quite nicely and because it is using lisp, you
> get all that nice lisp goodness, such as the ability to connect and tweak
> things while they are running via the repl etc. Part of why I've done this is
> to document the emacspeak server architecture and APIs, which I plan to make
> available to help others who may want to develop other servers. 
> 
> Tim
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