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Offline Jason W

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espeak
« on: May 24, 2009, 09:02:37 AM »
Thanks to mcewanw for espeak:

Code: [Select]
Title:          espeak.tce
Description:    eSpeak text to speech. TESTING
Version:        espeak-1.40.02
Author:         Jonathan Duddington
Original-site:  http://espeak.sourceforge.net/
Copying-policy: GPLv3
Size: 586KB
Extension_by:   mcewanw
Comments:       
This extension is PPI compatible.
Depends on libportaudio v19.
Built and only tested on TC2.0rc2.1
Also, only tested with alsa so don't know if works with OSS.
[you might need to run alsaconf to get alsa working]

Usage example:

espeak "what are you doing dave?"

Sources: http://kent.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/espeak/espeak-1.40.02-source.zip

Change-log:     --------
Current:        2009/05/24 First version espeak-1.40.02


Code: [Select]
Title:          espeak.tcz
Description:    eSpeak text to speech. TESTING
Version:        espeak-1.40.02
Author:         Jonathan Duddington
Original-site:  http://espeak.sourceforge.net/
Copying-policy: GPLv3
Size: ...KB
Extension_by:   mcewanw
Comments:       
This extension is PPI compatible.
Depends on libportaudio v19.
Built and only tested on TC2.0rc2.1
Also, only tested with alsa so don't know if works with OSS.
[you might need to run alsaconf to get alsa working]

Usage example:

espeak "what are you doing dave?"

Sources: http://kent.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/espeak/espeak-1.40.02-source.zip

Change-log:     --------
Current:        2009/05/24 First version espeak-1.40.02


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Re: espeak
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2009, 08:30:26 PM »
Thank you for espeak! I have low vision and frequently use TTS.

Jeff