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Re: Emacspeak with eSpeak losing speech on Vinux 4

Christopher Chaltain <chaltain@gmail.com> wrote:
> Interesting. I definitely get a different behavior when I recompile
> eSpeak myself using the runtime compile option. I don't get the
> chopping off of the last syllable that I get when I use the default
> PortAudio setting.

After building with AUDIO=runtime, the version of wave_init() which is called
is the one in src/wave.cpp:759 that invokes PortAudio, not the wrapper
function earlier in the file that checks for PulseAudio. Thus we end up
writing to Alsa directly, which as I mentioned may indirectly invoke Pulse.

I haven't spent time trying to sort this out, since there are quite a few
#ifdef and #define directives involved and therefore not obvious which code
will be compiled with each combination of compile-time options.

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