[Tts-project] Bug#656828: speech-dispatcher: HelloWorld example only speaks 'once' using Python API
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Tue Jan 1 19:32:46 GMT 2019
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Paul Gevers, le sam. 04 janv. 2014 09:05:32 +0100, a ecrit:
> On 22-01-12 01:59, Tim Skillman wrote:
> > I tried the sample code given for the Python speech API which is
> > import speechd
> > client = speechd.SSIPClient('test')
> > client.set_output_module('festival')
> > client.set_language('en')
> > client.set_punctuation(speechd.PunctuationMode.SOME)
> > client.speak("Hello World!")
> > client.close()
> > 1) After running the script there was a pause and "Hello World" was spoken.
> If I try this, the sound is awful. If I pause before close() than it
> sounds normal.
That part is most probably https://github.com/brailcom/speechd/issues/198
> > 2) I then stopped the script and ran it again and the script immediately
> > stopped with no errors and no speech!
> Indeed, but if I pause before close() than the next time it works also.
I'm not getting this issue, does it still happen on your system? It
might have been fixed in the meanwhile.
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