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Emacspeak on non-UNIX environments



For those of you who have asked about running Emacspeak
outside  the UNIX  world,
the Java-based freetts --http://freetts.sf.net--
might be an option.

The speech server that freetts provides for Emacspeak is
quite basic but should give you speech feedback and help you
write the remaining pieces.

What you will miss for now is voice locking and audio
formatting --for that you will need to clone modules  
<tts>-voices.el and <tts>-voices.el --where <tts> is either
outloud or dtk --
and create corresponding freetts-css.el and
freetts-voices.el --

--Raman 

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Best Regards,
--raman

      
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