- patch from Matthew Miller to update to 1.95. Full changelog below
Mon Feb 7 2005 Matthew Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> 1.95-0.mattdm8
- put speech-tools binaries in /usr/libexec/speech-tools so as to not
clutter /usr/bin. Another approach would be to make speech-tools a
separate package and to make these utilities a subpackage of that.
- macro-ize /usr/bin, /usr/lib, /usr/include
Sun Feb 6 2005 Matthew Miller <email@example.com> 1.95-0.mattdm6
- worked on this some more
- made actually work -- put back rest of fsstnd patch which I had broken
- made kludge for lack of sonames in shared libraries -- I think I did the
- put back american as the default -- british dicts are non-free.
Wed Jan 5 2005 Matthew Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> 1.95-0.mattdm1
- preliminary update to 1.95 beta
- add really nice CMU_ARCTIC HTS voices, which is the whole point of
wanting to do this. (They have a free license.)
- switch to festvox.org north american upstream urls
- keep old doc files -- there's no new ones yet.
- add comment to specfile about reason for lack of OALD (British) voices --
they've got a more restrictive license.
- change license to "X11-style", because that's how they describe it.
- remove exclusivearch. I dunno if this builds on other archs, but I also
don't know why it wouldn't.
- fancier buildroot string, 'cause hey, why not.
- more "datadir" macros
- remove most of Patch0 (fsstnd) -- can be done by setting variables
instead. there's some bits in speechtools still, though
- update Patch3 (shared-build)
- don't apply patches 20 and 21 -- no longer needed.
- disable adding "FreeBSD" and "OpenBSD" to the dictionary for now.
Probably a whole list of geek words should be added. Also, the patch
was applied in an icky kludgy way.