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Liz Hare <doggene@earthlink.net> writes:

> Yes it is my mistake, I thought I was replying to the list when I
> first replied to Alex.

It was not just your messages.  I didn't see anything from Alex et al.

Best regards,


> On 3/9/2012 4:10 PM, Robert D. Crawford wrote:
>> Hello all on this thread,
>> Is it that I am getting only the first and this message to the list or
>> is the discussion going on off-list?  Remember, Just in case it is not a
>> problem with my mail, the reply-to sends the message to the OP, not the
>> list.
>> Be well,
>> rdc
>> Liz Hare<doggene@earthlink.net>  writes:
>>> Hi Alex, and all,
>>> Thanks. After making sure these are installed and tcl.h is in
>>> /usr/include/tcl8.4/tcl.h,  I still get the error about not being able
>>> to find tcl.h when running make.
>>> I'd really appreciate any suggestions you guys might have.
>>> Liz
>>> On 3/9/2012 12:31 PM, Alex Midence wrote:
>>>> You are over thinking the problem.  All you have to do is:
>>>> apt-get build-dep espeak
>>>> apt-get build-dep tclx
>>>> Then, from the emacspeak source directory, cd servers/linux-espeak
>>>> make
>>>> make install
>>>> You don't have to go out and untar anything, edit any make files or
>>>> install anything from source other than emacspeak and the speech
>>>> server of your choice.  Debian's package management system takes care
>>>> of the rest of that stuff for you.  It'll basicaly bring in a package
>>>> with a name like
>>>> libespeak-dev
>>>> and another called something along the lines of libtcl8.4-dev.  Once
>>>> those are installed in your system, you will have the necessary files
>>>> for inclusion by the c++ file you are compiling.
>>>> Sorry if I was vague,
>>>> Alex M
>>>> On 3/9/12, Liz Hare<doggene@earthlink.net>   wrote:
>>>>> Hi Alex (and everyone who can help),
>>>>> Thanks so much for your suggestion. I downloaded the sources you suggested.
>>>>> I adapted the makefile.tcl83 file in the
>>>>> /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/servers/linux-espeak directory for
>>>>> tcl/tclx 8.4. I got a warning about long-long integers and as discussed
>>>>> a couple of years ago on this list, added -Wno-long-long. I removed
>>>>> references to libtool which seemed to cause problems for people before.
>>>>> I still get errors which make me wonder if the changes to tcl 8.4 are
>>>>> just incompatible with tclespeak.
>>>>> root:/usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/servers/linux-espeak
>>>>> make -f makefile.hare
>>>>> g++ -O2 -I/usr/include/espeak -Wno-long-long -fPIC  -DPIC -pedantic
>>>>> -ansi -Wall -I/usr/include/tcl8.4 -c tclespeak.cpp
>>>>> tclespeak.cpp: In function int Tclespeak_Init(Tcl_Interp*):
>>>>> tclespeak.cpp:140:7: warning: variable rc set but not used
>>>>> [-Wunused-but-set-variable]
>>>>> tclespeak.cpp: In function void initLanguage(Tcl_Interp*):
>>>>> tclespeak.cpp:559:19: warning: deprecated conversion from string
>>>>> constant to char* [-Wwrite-strings]
>>>>> tclespeak.cpp:596:40: error: invalid conversion from const char* to
>>>>> char* [-fpermissive]
>>>>> make: *** [tclespeak.o] Error 1
>>>>> What would you guys suggest? Should I try to install tcl/tclx 8.3, which
>>>>> is no longer available using apt-get? Is there a newer version of
>>>>> tclespeaktclespeak.cpp (mine is dated 12/31/11)?
>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>> Liz
>>>>> Liz Hare PhD
>>>>> Dog Genetics LLC
>>>>> doggene@earthlink.net
>>>>> http://www.doggenetics.com>>>>>> On 3/9/2012 8:51 AM, Alex Midence wrote:
>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>> You're missing a package with development files.  I had the exact same
>>>>>> thing happen to me.  You need the development package for tclx and the
>>>>>> development files for espeak.  Use the apt-get build-dep command in
>>>>>> both instances to retrieve them.  Then, run the make and make install
>>>>>> command again.  Once you've added it, to make sure emacspeak comes up
>>>>>> with it each time, add the following line to your .bashrc file in your
>>>>>> home directory:
>>>>>> export DTK_PROGRAM=espeak
>>>>>> This way, Emacspeak knows to use it when it comes up.
>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>> Alex M
>>>>>> On 3/8/12, Liz Hare<doggene@earthlink.net>    wrote:
>>>>>>> Hi all,
>>>>>>> I'm trying to set up Emacspeak with Espeak on Debian Wheezy. I'm having
>>>>>>> difficulty making the linux-espeak server. This may be related to the
>>>>>>> fact that I have tcl8.4, but I'm not sure.
>>>>>>> root:/usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/servers/linux-espeak
>>>>>>> make
>>>>>>> libtool --mode=compile g++ -O2 -I/usr/include/espeak -fPIC  -DPIC
>>>>>>> -pedantic -ansi -Wall -c tclespeak.cpp
>>>>>>> libtool: compile:  g++ -O2 -I/usr/include/espeak -fPIC -DPIC -pedantic
>>>>>>> -ansi -Wall -c tclespeak.cpp  -fPIC -DPIC -o .libs/tclespeak.o
>>>>>>> tclespeak.cpp:40:17: fatal error: tcl.h: No such file or directory
>>>>>>> compilation terminated.
>>>>>>> make: *** [tclespeak.lo] Error 1
>>>>>>> I think I saw a past discussion saying that just changing the version in
>>>>>>> the makefile was not a good approach. My tcl.h is in
>>>>>>> /usr/include/tcl8.4. Can anyone suggest how to get this working?
>>>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>>>> Liz
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