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HTTPSpeaker.py test

I'm looking at Raman's blog post about integrating firevox into 
emacspeak.  I tried running the suggested test with
HTTPSpeaker.py and wget.
The python process started, but the wget gave an error with a traceback.  
At the bottom it said:
ioerror broken pipe.  It stopped on a line which looked like it was 
queueing the text to be spoken.

Perhaps my outloud server isn't running.  I'm running tcl8.3.  Should I 
be using tcl8.4?

I had the same error with emacspeak27 and with the svn code.  
I also encountered an error in the speaker.py module from svn.  The 
error is in the _test function and involves invalid ascii characters 
<a0><bb>.  i'm also running python2.5 which may make a difference.


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