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  • From: Robert Melton <lists AT>
  • To: "T.V Raman" <raman AT>
  • Cc: Emacspeaks <emacspeak AT>
  • Subject: Re: [Emacspeak] TTS Server Implementation Questions
  • Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2024 14:15:11 -0400

On threading. It is all concurrent, lots of fun protecting of the state.

On language and voice, I was thinking of them as a tree, language/voice,
as this is how Windows and MacOS seem to provide them.


Oh, one last thing. Should TTS Server implementations be returning a \n
after command is complete, or is just returning nothing acceptable?

> On Apr 5, 2024, at 14:01, T.V Raman <raman AT> wrote:
> And do spend some time thinking of atomicity and multithreaded systems,
> e.g. ask yourself the question "how many threads of execution are active
> at any given time"; Hint: the answer isn't as simple as "just one
> because my server doesn't use threads". > Raman--
>> Thanks so much, that clarifies a bunch. A few questions on the
>> language / voice support.
>> Does the TTS server maintain an internal list and switch through
>> it or does it send the list the lisp in a way I have missed?
>> Would it be useful to have a similar feature for voices, being
>> first you pick right language, then you pick preferred voice
>> then maybe it is stored in a defcustom and sent next time as
>> (set_lang lang:voice t)
>>> On Apr 5, 2024, at 13:10, T.V Raman <raman AT> wrote:
>>> If your TTS supports more than one language, the TTS API exposes these
>>> as a list; these calls loop through the list (dectalk,espeak, outloud)
>> --
>> Robert "robertmeta" Melton
>> lists AT

Robert "robertmeta" Melton
lists AT

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