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[Bug 242607] Build with festival error.



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Summary: Build with festival error.


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=242607


schiffer cs rwth-aachen de changed:

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------- Additional Comments From schiffer cs rwth-aachen de  2008-05-18 11:17 EST -------
(In reply to comment #8)
> > [...]
> > But there will be many error such as:
> > /usr/include/speech_tools/ling_class/EST/EST_Relation.h:48:33: error:
> > ling_class/EST_Item.h: No such file or directory
> > As the real file is: ling_class/EST/EST_Item.h, so you need to change
> > the directory structure, or modify the header files.
> 
> Ping... What is the status of the original bug?
> Would be nice if it could be fixed.
> 
> Latest festival development rpms from rawhide (almost f9) still show similar 
> problems with the directory layout for the include files.

Can anyone report on the status (of the original bug) again?

The problem still shows up on current Fedora 9. Specifically, it rests in
speech_tools-devel. It appears as soon as you include
/usr/include/speech_tools/EST.h (included from festival.h). EST.h refers to
headers that include stuff in the form "subdir/EST_filename.h" but the original
file is actually located in "subdir/EST/EST_filename.h". This holds for all
subdirs in speech_tools. So possible resolutions would be to either fix the
includes or to remove the additional EST subdir in all speech_tools-subdirectories.

Is there anything I could do to help get this bug resolved?

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