Fwd: Re: A new tts on Linux
r.d.t.prater at gmail.com
Fri Nov 4 19:59:32 UTC 2016
as far as I know, Speechd-el hasn't been updated in years. I've used
Speechd-el, and it reminds me more of Narrator as compared to NVDA,
being Emacspeak. Sure it might could be made to act more like Emacspeak,
but users generally don't want to spend that much time adding sound
icons, setting them to trigger on certain events, all that.
On 11/4/2016 7:35 AM, Fernando Botelho wrote:
> Thanks very much for this suggestion Raphaë.
> Best regards,
> On 11/04/2016 07:38 AM, Raphaël POITEVIN wrote:
>> Dear Fernando,
>>> -------- Message transféré --------
>>> Sujet : Re: A new tts on Linux
>>> Date : Thu, 3 Nov 2016 14:38:04 -0200
>>> De : Fernando Botelho <Fernando.Botelho at F123.org>
>>> Répondre à : Fernando.Botelho at F123.org, Linux for blind general
>>> discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com>
>>> Organisation : F123
>>> Pour : Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com>
>>> Would your team have the skills to develop a speech server for
>>> to use Speech-Dispatcher and eSpeak?
>> I don't know any thing about EmacSpeak. I'm asrtonished that plugin
>> doesn't have already any connection with speech-dispatcher. But, if
>> you don't have any reason to use absolutely Emacspeak, why don't use
>> speechd-el which is more recent and still maintained?
>>> Alternatively, would your team be able to create a BASH script that
>>> automates the installation and configuration of Emacspeak and eSpeak
>>> inside an Arch Linux machine?
>> I don't use Arch, but I can see it exists a package for speechd-el:
> Blinux-list mailing list
> Blinux-list at redhat.com
More information about the Blinux-list