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speaks the current time through your sound card

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Say the current time through your sound card. Requires you have a sound output device available.
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Package version:1.0-24
Architecture:amd64
Distribution:Debian
Filename:saytime_1.0-24_amd64.deb

/usr/share/doc/saytime/README.Debian

saytime for Debian
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* The options -v and -r are Debian specific.  They were implemented by
  David C Dawson <beagle7@pacificcoast.net>.
* saytime doesn't care the odd-numbered characters in the format string
  of the -f option as long as every even-numbered character is correct and
  there are the right number of characters.  For example,
  "saytime -f '+P+l+M+S'" works.  Th
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/usr/share/man/man1/saytime.1.gz

SAYTIME(1)                                                SAYTIME(1)



NAME
       saytime - audio time check

SYNOPSIS
       saytime  [  -ch  ] [ -d dir ] [ -f fmt ] [ -o dev ] [ -t out‐
       put-type ]

DESCRIPTION
       saytime speaks the current time through the computer's  sound
       device.

OPTIONS
       -v factor
              Increase volume level by factor. Directly passed on t
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/usr/share/doc/saytime/changelog.Debian.gz

saytime (1.0-24) unstable; urgency=low

  * Patches thanks to Rob Browning:
    * Add alsa support: allow selection of output type via '-t' and 
      update manpage. (Closes: #446519)
    * saytime.c: check for unhandled arguments.
    * Makefile: use CFLAGS when building saytime.
    * debian/control: add libsox-fmt-alsa as an alternate dependency.
  * Bump Standards Version to 3.9.3, no changes
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/usr/share/doc/saytime/copyright

This package was debianized by  Patrick J. Edwards <pje120@cs.usask.ca> on
Sun, 27 Oct 1996 10:59:40
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