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OutLoud and Emacspeak

-ltcl --linking to libtcl --you need to have installed TCL
--extended TCL on your machine.
Did you bother to read the instructions in the emacspeak
TCL has *always*been required by emacspeak --independent of

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>>>>> "John" == John Lamb <pwizard@rbdc.rbdc.com> writes:

    John> Hi there.  I'm trying to get Emacspeak to run on
    John> my computer (Debian Linux, Dual Celeron 366a's,
    John> 128MB RAM) so I can code with my blind friend and
    John> not have to read everything to him as I type.
    John> After toying around a bit, I got ahold of IBM's
    John> ViaVoice RTK.  I was compiling the outloud library
    John> for emacspeak and it complained that it couldn't
    John> find -ltcl, which is apparently necessary for the
    John> compile.  I was wondering if you could shed a
    John> little light on the subject for me.  I would be
    John> eternally grateful.

    John> I am cc'ing a copy of this to a friend I just met
    John> on IRC in channel #emacs.  He's apparently an
    John> administrator for www.emacs.org and has offered to
    John> give you webhosting on his server.

    John> Thanks again!

    John> John Lamb

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