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Bug#739188: gnome-orca: python-speechd is gone

On 21/02/14 12:15, Paul Gevers wrote:
> On 21-02-14 12:07, Emilio Pozuelo Monfort wrote:
>> On 18/02/14 21:06, Paul Gevers wrote:
>>> On 16-02-14 20:07, Emilio Pozuelo Monfort wrote:
>>>> It is basically done in svn.
>>> Just to check with everybody. Are there any objections uploading the
>>> current svn version + enabling python3-speechd? If not, I will do a
>>> final check and upload if I don't find anything.
>> I have updated svn (locally) to 3.10 and tried it and it doesn't work at all
>> (the orca process runs but doesn't emit any sound). I haven't had the time to
>> debug this yet though.
> I am working on the latest 3.8. If it runs, I will upload that for now
> and we can have some time to get 3.10 working. I expect I can get this
> finished this weekend...

I've updated svn. The problem I was having (with 3.8 and 3.10) was because I had
speech-dispatcher 0.7, but 0.8 is needed.

The only issue I see right now is that 3.10 dropped the binding to start/stop
Orca, which is now in gnome-settings-daemon 3.10, but we only have 3.8 in sid.
So we can revert the removal in Orca, or backport the change in
gnome-settings-daemon. I'll look into the latter.

Also note that since Orca 3.7.x, the Orca window (with the Preferences and Quit
button) no longer exists. You can still go to preferences or quit Orca using the
keyboard shortcuts. I have added a note in NEWS.


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