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Sun, 08 Aug 2010 12:11:28 -0400
Well, but what about other syntetizers?
El 08/08/2010 8:50, Pierre Lorenzon escribi?:
> I wonder if speechd-el is enough modular. Indeed I am trying to
> implement a direct client to festival without using
> speech-dispatcher. Ideally it would be sufficient to replace
> the ssip driver by a "festival-driver" implementing the
> suitable methods. However it seems that certain task like
> speechd.text are dedicated back to the main speechd library. In
> particular it seems that the speechd.text method is essentially
> the speechd--send-text function which is not driver
> specific. In my mind it should be. I know that speechd-el was a
> speech-dispatcher client at the beginning and that the other
> output modules like brltty came later. Anyway I suspect that
> this architecture is mostly due to historical reasons.
> Now I should explain why I am doing such things. I know that
> speech-dispatcher is a very powerful tool. Anyway my opinion
> speech-dispatcher is not useful for those who only have
> festival as synthesis. Indeed festival has all abilities to do
> what speech-dispatcher is doing provided one write a few lines
> of scheme code. In particular with the recent alsa support in
> festival it seems possible to implement a reasonable speech flu
> The gain is that instead of two connections in the chain (and 2
> servers, 2 clients) there is only one connection one server,
> one client and hence the system will be more reactive.
> So shall we plan to have more separation of the tasks in
> speechd-el ?
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