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New, faster espeak released

From: Jonathan Duddington
Subject: New, faster espeak released
Date: Sun, 15 Aug 2010 12:10:18 +0000 (GMT)

On 15 Aug, Bill Cox <waywardgeek at gmail.com> wrote:

> In speech-dispatcher, src/modules/espeak.c simply needs the "390"
> hard-coded maximum changed to 450.

Note that it's OK if you call eSpeak with a value higher than its
maximum speed.  It just rounds it down to the maximum.

>  In espeak, there is an undocumented "control" parameter to
> the SetSpeed function.  To enable high speed, this control parameter
> needs to be set to the magic value "3" everywhere that SetSpeed is
> called.

I'm not sure what you mean.  SetSpeed() is an internal function inside

The "espeak" command-line program is a small program that uses the
libespeak shared library.  It sets the speed by calling:

espeak_SetParameter(espeakRATE, speed_value, 0);

Are you saying that there is a bug, and that this call does not work
correctly?  Please explain.

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