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Re: Bug#622747: espeak: german voice bug

Hello Samuel

[CC-ing the Jonathan (author) as well]
Samuel Thibault <sthibault@debian.org> wrote on Do, Apr 21, 2011 at 02:03:26 +0200:
>Samuel Thibault, le Thu 14 Apr 2011 13:39:20 +0200, a écrit :
>> a few days after the Debian package for eSpeak came into unstable, I
>> discovered a quite important problem which was fixed in eSpeak
>> 1.45.04. Every occurrence of "sage" is spoken as "spionage" (in the
>> German voice) which is not acceptable.
>Unfortunately there is not yet such upstream snapshot, and the upstream
>subversion repository commits do not match the 1.45.03 upload, so it's
The eSpeak author said that there would be a 1.45.04 release and I think it
would be best to ask for this, since this was the fix that worked.

>not really trivial to extract the fix. I however guess that the attached
>patch may do it, would you be able to test it?
Unfortunately it only fixes words like "message" but not "sage" and "sagst" and
some others, so this patch is not correcting everything.

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