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Re: Adding servers to the existing list of Emacspeak servers under Ubuntu

Numbered releases come out every 6 months, so problems with the
package aside 38.0 is not fairly old.

>>>>> "Victor" == Victor Tsaran <vtsaran@gmail.com> writes:
    Victor> Thanks for all the advice. I ended up just removing
    Victor> the default package that comes with Ubuntu (38.0) and
    Victor> installing from source. Everything seems to be
    Victor> working now.
    Victor> Best, V
    Victor> On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 8:01 AM, T. V. Raman
    Victor> <tv.raman.tv@gmail.com> wrote:
    >> That's strange. After you added the entry to .servers,
    >> which is where emacspeak gets its completions from, you
    >> may need to reload the dtk modules -- unless that is you
    >> restarted emacs.
    >> Here is where the code that implements this is: function:
    >> dtk-select-server in dtk-speak.el
    >> You could also try calling function tts-setup-server-alist
    >> -- just type (tts-setup-server-alist) in the *scratch*
    >> buffer and hit C-x C-e with point after the ')' >>>>>
    >> "Victor" == Victor Tsaran <vtsaran@gmail.com> writes:
    Victor> I am trying to add an ssh-* server to the list of
    Victor> existing ones in the .servers file under
    Victor> emacspeak_dir/servers, but when doing this on Ubuntu,
    Victor> Emacspeak ignores my entry and suggests only from the
    Victor> default list. The same procedure works well on Mac OS
    Victor> though.
    Victor> Any idea why?
    Victor> Thanks, Victor

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