[Qi Hardware Discuss] Bard Storyteller 0.5 for Nanonote
Alan W Black
awb at cs.cmu.edu
Mon Jan 23 10:17:49 EST 2012
Xiangfu Liu wrote:
> On 01/22/2012 04:36 AM, Alan W Black wrote:
>> Bard Storyteller 0.5 http://festvox.org/bard/
> Hi Alan
> great jobs
>> Bard depends on CMU Flite (cmuflite.org) for both some general C
>> utilities and for synthesis itself. Bard is targeted at small
>> portable devices such as smart phones, not so smart phones and
>> offline devices. It uses libsdl (and libsdl-ttf) to display and
>> interact with the user.
>> see http://festvox.org/bard/README for more generic details, and full
> I think there are some typo? it give me:
> http://festvox.org/bard/AAAREADME, not just REAME. :)
Actually this is how the apache is server set up, is doesn't show files
called README (its a common problem) so I name it AAAREADME too. They
are links to the same file.
> I would like include bard to nanonote(openwrt-package repo)
> already start a little:
Good, I'd like that too.
> but it give me some errors when compile under openwrt. any advice
> will be great. thanks
> -I../include -I/usr/include/SDL -Os -pipe -mips32 -mtune=mips32
> -fno-caller-saves -fhonour-copts -msoft-float
> -Wall -c speech.c -o ../build/mipsel-linux-gnu/obj/src/speech.o
> speech.c: In function 'bard_audio_stream_chunk':
> speech.c:180:53: error: 'cst_audio_streaming_info' has no member named
> speech.c: In function 'bard_speech_open':
> speech.c:243:5: warning: implicit declaration of function 'flite_add_lang'
> speech.c:257:18: warning: assignment from incompatible pointer type
> speech.c: In function 'bard_speech_close':
> speech.c:287:28: error: 'cst_audio_streaming_info' has no member named
I believe this is because you don't have the latest version of flite.
You really need the one in
There actual a bunch of little changes in flite that help to make bard
work properly (even though flite is supposed to be quite mature).
Let me know if that doesn't work. I've not worked on integrating this
into to the OpenWRT build process (I actually compile it on the nanonote
itself), but give me feedback about how to do this properly so updates
will just work.
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