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Where can I download the eflite_alsa from?
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- Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2006 11:36:46 +0530
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Robert D. Crawford wrote:
Hi list, despite my best efforts, I could not find the FLite-alsa. I am
running ubuntu and have installed emacspeak. But can't use it as I
don't have flite_alsa. Please help!
Attached are three patches for this morning's build of emacspeak.
There is a fix for w3m that resets the punctuation mode after a
w3m-delete-buffer call to the punctuation mode that was in effect prior
to the call. This seemed to be giving me a problem... but I might be
the only one. Prior to today's upgrade I was also having another
problem with the punctuation mode being reset to none. I cannot
consistently duplicate this error and it might not be a problem with
In emacspeak-gnus.el I have added a user-configurable default
punctuation mode. It is accessible via the custom interface. A
message-mode-hook bit of code has been moved to emacspeak-message.el as
I should have done in the beginning.
In emacspeak-message.el a user-configurable default punctuation mode has
been added as it was in gnus.
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