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Re: eflite 0.3.8 released



Now that I have eflite successfully compiled and is statically linked
to flite routines, can I simply copy flite over to the laptop I intend
to use it on or do I have to port over flite stuff also?  Can eflite
be used as stand-alone?  That would be really neat if I could as that
machine compiles at a snail's pace:).

On Sun, Feb 22, 2004 at 07:09:42PM -0500, Mike Gorse wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> 
> I suspect you could build it if you had more swap.  In any case, I've 
> built it and linked my source tree at http://mgorse.dhs.org/flite32, so 
> you can grab what you need (I'm assuming you're using a 32-bit x86 
> machine)
> 
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> 
> On Sun, 22 Feb 2004, Steve Holmes wrote:
> 
> > Where might I find a precompiled version of flite that is not packed
> > in Debian's package format? I don't have any debian machines running
> > here and I still get the internal when compiling even with 256 meg of
> > new memory!!!  I would really like to get this combo running on a
> > laptop of mine if that's ever possible.
> > 
> 
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