Re: problems after espeak upgrade
Kenny Hitt <email@example.com> writes:
> Hi. I ran into a strange problem after the upgrade to espeak 1.36.02-1.
> Espeak switched from English to another language I don't recognize. This happened with speech-dispatcher.
> Restarting speech-dispatcher didn't fix it, I had to actually reboot. Both Orca and spd-say were effected.
What did the espeak binary do if you invoked it directly?
I am *guessing* that since some languages were added from 1.30 to 1.36.02,
the idea of gnome-speech and speech-dispatcher on how to index
into the langues could somehow be confused. This would
then be a bug in the respective clients I guess.
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