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[PATCH 2/2] Remove unused audio settings and include AudioPulseMinLength

From: Hynek Hanke
Subject: [PATCH 2/2] Remove unused audio settings and include AudioPulseMinLength
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2010 17:58:38 +0200

Some options in the configuration file were no longer active
due to changes introduced in previous patches and some active
options were missing from the configuration file.

Additionally, some minor improvements in the option descriptions
were made and the order of audio sections was changed according
to their relevance.
 config/speechd.conf.in |   33 +++++++--------------------------
 1 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 26 deletions(-)

diff --git a/config/speechd.conf.in b/config/speechd.conf.in
index 6fa4936..2779986 100644
--- a/config/speechd.conf.in
+++ b/config/speechd.conf.in
@@ -161,42 +161,23 @@ DefaultVolume 100
 # AudioOutputMethod "pulse"
-# What ALSA device to use when Advanced Linux Sound Architecture is
-# chosen for the audio output.
+# -- Pulse Audio parameters --
-#AudioALSADevice "default"
-# -- PulseAudio parameters --
+# Pulse audio server name or "default" for the default pulse server
 #AudioPulseServer "default"
-# Maximum length of the buffer
-#AudioPulseMaxLength -1
-# Target length of the buffer
-# The server tries to assure that at least FestivalPulseTargetLength
-# bytes are always available in the buffer
+#AudioPulseMinLength 100
-#AudioPulseTargetLength 4410
+# -- ALSA parameters --
-# Pre-buffering
-# The server does not start with playback before at least 
-# FestivalPulsePrebuffering bytes are available in the buffer
+# Audio device for ALSA output
-#AudioPulsePreBuffering -1
-# Minimum request
-# The server does not request less than FestivalPulseMinRequest bytes
-# from the client, instead waits until the buffer is free enough to
-# request more bytes at once
-#AudioPulseMinRequest -1
+#AudioALSADevice "default"
 # -- OSS parameters --
-# What OSS device to use when Open Sound System is
-# chosen for the audio output.
+# Audio device for OSS output
 #AudioOSSDevice "/dev/dsp"

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