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Newbie, again



Hello Liz and list,

No, many people run emacspeak from SVN even without problems.  I run
emacspeak 35.0 on debian stable.  It's just that the debian packagers
of necessity lag behind the most recent versions.

Rob



Liz Hare writes:
 > 
 > Hi again,
 > 
 > Thanks for everyone's help with this. Greg asked what version of 
 > emacpeak I have, and the one from Debian that I've been using is 29. So 
 > I was pretty surprised to see that on sourceforge, it's up to version 
 > 35. So I'm thinking now that the version from Debian is too old, and 
 > that's why I didn't have the option to install with espeak, and am 
 > having all the tcl problems.
 > 
 > Is there any reason I shouldn't get and build the most recent version? 
 > Does the fact that it's not available from Debian via apt-get mean that 
 > there is some incompatibility  between emacspeak and Debian (I have wheezy)?
 > 
 > Thanks,
 > 
 > Liz
 > 
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