Navit speech dispatcher and ß
Quakeman1 at gmx.net
Thu Jan 1 11:52:02 CET 2009
I wish a happy new year to everybody. :)
How do you use speech-dispatcher directly and not via command line?
I compiled navit with the speech options "speech-dispatcher" and
"commandline" but never found the real meaning of the first option.
At the moment i use the export var and spd-say in the cmd line.
> i had solved this, by usind the speech dispatcher directly (not via spd-say)
> and does add "export LANG=de_DE.UTF-8" to the speech-dispatcher
> start script to localize spd for germany. and in this mode
> the ß is no problem anymore. may be this would also work for the cmd line
> version. so, try it.
> Am Mittwoch, 31. Dezember 2008 14:48:02 schrieb Benjamin Schmidt:
>> Michael Tansella wrote:
>>> does anybody know how to configure speech dispatcher.
>>> I use it the following way:
>>> spd-say -l de '%s'
>>> The only problem I have is that it cannot say the german letter ß
>>> it always pronounces it "EsZett" instead of "s"
>>> In Navit that's a big problem because the german word for" street" is
>>> Any idea?
>>> Openmoko community mailing list
>>> community at lists.openmoko.org
>> maybe this works as a quick and dirty hack:
>> (sed should be installed)
>> echo '%s' | sed 's/ß/ss/' | spd-say -l de
>> spd-say -l de '`echo '%s' | sed 's/ß/ss/'`'
>> You may consider to report this as a bug to the specific project.
>> Best regards and happy new year,
>> Benjamin Schmidt
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