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Re: [gnuspeech-contact] Some indications about portability

From: Marcelo Matuda
Subject: Re: [gnuspeech-contact] Some indications about portability
Date: Sat, 5 Mar 2011 21:52:35 -0300


On Sat, Mar 5, 2011 at 9:18 PM, Felipe Castro <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello,
>> If you use Jack (, you can connect Synthesizer to
>> another spectral analysis program (like JAAA).
> Nice, I'll take a look.
>> I have found some annoying bugs in the GNUStep system here, like
>> unresponsiviness of some widgets, but maybe it is related to the alpha
>> state
>> of gnuspeech.
>> There are many bugs, but check if you have a too old libffi in your
>> system.
> Ok, my version for this is: 3.0.9, not too old, hum? But I guess the problem
> is between the keyboard and the chair... :-) See below.

Ok, it's new.

>> I don't know if Project Center will work with Gnuspeech.
> Don't mind, I won't use it. Just to get started learning GNUStep.
>> Yes, I tried to use Monet, but didn't get much of it here.
>> Did you read README.GNUstep?
> Before no, now yes. :-)
> Those tips were very useful.
>> The GNUstep port is more or less synchronized with the OS X port, but
>> it doesn't have the speech server and Synthesizer in GNUstep is in a
>> very different state.
> Ok, I could check this today. They are quite synced, yes.
> So, what still doesn't work is editing the database, to craft a new one,
> right?

I have never tried to edit the database.

> Thanks and best wishes,
> Felipe Castro.


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