speech output interface to Emacs
Emacspeak is a speech output system that will allow someone who
cannot see to work directly on a UNIX system. (Until now, the only
option available to visually impaired users has been to use a talking
PC as a terminal.) Emacspeak is built on top of Emacs. Once you
start emacs with emacspeak loaded, you get spoken feedback for
everything you do. Your mileage will vary depending on how well you
can use Emacs. There is nothing that you cannot do inside Emacs :-).
This package includes speech servers written in tcl to support the
DECtalk Express and DECtalk MultiVoice speech synthesizers. For
other synthesizers, look for separate speech server packages.
This is Emacspeak from May-01-98-07-16
Distribution created by raman on labrador
Place the files from this distribution in a directory
And type make config
To configure the source files. Then type make
See the Makefile for details.
If you have a Dectalk connected to a serial port,
e.g. /dev/tty00 then use make "TTS=>/dev/tty00"
And get spoken feedback during make.
Compiled on May-17-98-13-32
emacspeak for DEBIAN
Several corrections and clarifications were made to the documentation.
html and plain text versions of the documentation were added.
A configuration script (/usr/sbin/emacspeakconfig) was added.
Manual pages for emacspeak and the configuration script were added.
The example file "tables.html" was missing from the original
distribution, but was supplied
You can launch these RealAudio shortcuts via any RealAudio
It saves me the trouble of having to navigate singing
dancing WWW pages to get to the content I want.
Emacspeak News --History Of User-Visible Changes
$Id: NEWS-8.0,v 1.21 1998/04/30 20:27:06 raman Exp
emacspeak - spee
emacspeak (8.0-3) unstable; urgency=low
* remote-tcl needs 755 permissions.
* Provide feedback
Combine the three .blurb parsing programs into one shell function.
Adapt package to new emacsen-comm
Browse inside emacspeak_8.0-3.deb
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