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Re: Emacspeak and PDA's




Running emacspeak on a Linux PDA is a non-issue --i.e. there are no
issues to be solved.

Get a TTS engine that runs on the PDA and it works --as long as your
PDA has the room to install and run Emacs. 

>>>>> "Barry" == Barry McMullin <mcmullin@eeng.dcu.ie> writes:

    Barry> On Tue, 26 Nov 2002, Christian Hasenbichler wrote:
    >> I see you have a lot of experience with emacspeak. Do you know
    >> if emacspeak was ever ported to a linux-pda?

    Barry> A student of mine (Latyr Jean-Luc FAYE) did some work on
    Barry> this a while back (targetting the iPaq with Familiar
    Barry> Linux); but ran out of time before actually getting
    Barry> emacspeak working.  You can still see his report at:

    Barry>   http://latyr.free.fr/research/index.html

    Barry> A bit out of date by now, but maybe of some interest...

    Barry> Cheers,

    Barry> - Barry.

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