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speech server commands "a" and "b"



How to read the server code:

Commands that are queued  push an entry on to the queue, and
those items are removed from the queue and executed in
speech_task.

Commands that do not queue do their work directly.

As an example proc a adds an auditory icon to the queue; proc p
plays it immediately.
>>>>> "Lubos" == Lubos Pintes <lubos.pintes@gmail.com> writes:
    Lubos> Hello, I have question about server commands "a", for
    Lubos> sound icons and "b", for beeps. How exactly are these
    Lubos> commands handled? Are them queued, or executed
    Lubos> immediately like tts_say? I of course looked into some
    Lubos> TCL code, but my TCL knowledge is so poor that I am
    Lubos> unable to determine the semantic just from server
    Lubos> code. Thanks!
    Lubos> 
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Best Regards,
--raman

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