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[espeak-ng:master] reported: qdb - lang belta (conlang from The Expanse) #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Pull Request #858 qdb - lang belta (conlang from The Expanse)
By demaere-oiie:

Ok, great. I'll just batch them up until the next more-major update (new vocabulary in season 5 may give more non-penultimate stressed words, frex).

Thanks again for all your help!


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Pull Request #858 qdb - lang belta (conlang from The Expanse)
By valdisvi:

Regarding to dates — I don't have and you should not rely on that.


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Pull Request #858 qdb - lang belta (conlang from The Expanse)
By demaere-oiie:

Thanks @valdisvi, liels paldies!

I have some updates, but as they are very minor I would like to batch and submit a new PR on something that matches your schedule. Do you happen to know of any potential good dates during 2021 for that?


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Pull Request #858 qdb - lang belta (conlang from The Expanse)
By valdisvi:

Thanks for contribution! Your pull request is merged into project with following changes: 1. I squashed your commits into single one cfb5a417486c9fa95efa535f18d7a8cdef080634; 2. I also updated missing configuration files and documentation 838a7ddc342e14ddbc44f8b2bbf611d04eae23d6.


[espeak-ng/espeak-ng] Pull request closed by valdisvi:

#858 qdb - lang belta (conlang from The Expanse)

This is a TTS package for lang belta, an artificial creole developed by Nick Farmer for "The Expanse" TV show. (NB: it differs significantly from the "belter creole" language in the books) It is an unofficial fan creation.

At the moment, it contains my best interpretation based on conversations with the speech coach for the show, Eric Armstrong, and people such as https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcgaIqEioH4 who have learned the language orally, directly from Farmer.

For phonology and references, see documentation at the bottom of the following page: https://glaemscrafu.jrrvf.com/english/glaemscribe.html?mode=lang_belta-tengwar-dadef

pedantic notes:

  • the necessary phonemes were cut-and-pasted from other espeak-ng languages, en-us, en-rp, and jp.
  • there may be more aspects of the language revealed in upcoming seasons
  • we only have numbers up to (at most) 9'999 at this time
  • the 'qdb' abbreviation is q-private and has not been asssigned. 'db' is for da belte, the language's toponym


1 New Commit:

[espeak-ng:master] By Valdis Vitolins <valdis.vitolins@...>:
dca948f5f1de: qdb: move language definition file into proper folder

Added: espeak-ng-data/lang/art/qdb
Removed: espeak-ng-data/voices/art/qdb


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Pull Request #858 qdb - lang belta (conlang from The Expanse)
By valdisvi:

Thanks for contribution! Your pull request is merged into project with following changes: 1. I squashed your commits into single one cfb5a417486c9fa95efa535f18d7a8cdef080634; 2. I also updated missing configuration files and documentation 838a7ddc342e14ddbc44f8b2bbf611d04eae23d6; 3. Moved language configuration file from espeak-ng-data/voices/art/qdb to espeak-ng-data/lang/art/qdb dca948f5f1decb51dd09bc6c3c142dfbcef375d6.


Github push to espeak-ng:espeak-ng #github

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3 New Commits:

[espeak-ng:master] By Da Def <da.def.lang.belta@...>:
cfb5a417486c: Lang Belta (conlang from The Expanse)

Added: dictsource/qdb_list
Added: dictsource/qdb_rules
Added: espeak-ng-data/voices/art/qdb
Added: phsource/ph_langbelta
Modified: phsource/phonemes


[espeak-ng:master] By Valdis Vitolins <valdis.vitolins@...>:
838a7ddc342e: qdb: add missing configuration for Lang Belta and update documentation

Modified: CHANGELOG.md
Modified: Makefile.am
Modified: docs/languages.md


[espeak-ng:master] By Valdis Vitolins <valdis.vitolins@...>:
7fcd74e74109: Merge pull request #858

Added: dictsource/qdb_list
Added: dictsource/qdb_rules
Added: espeak-ng-data/voices/art/qdb
Added: phsource/ph_langbelta
Modified: CHANGELOG.md
Modified: Makefile.am
Modified: docs/languages.md
Modified: phsource/phonemes


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7 New Commits:

[espeak-ng:master] By Juho Hiltunen <jaacoppi@...>:
55eb89ae5de1: jbo: fix pronunciation of " i" and " .i".

This test is related to the next two lojban commits. Thanks to xunsku @ irc.freenode.org

Modified: tests/language-pronunciation.test


[espeak-ng:master] By Juho Hiltunen <jaacoppi@...>:
597a8a4555ea: jbo: Multiple pronunciation fixes.

Thanks to xunsku @ irc.freenode.org

Modified: dictsource/jbo_list
Modified: dictsource/jbo_rules


[espeak-ng:master] By Juho Hiltunen <jaacoppi@...>:
07c8ad3f7beb: jbo: remove unnecessary lojban related code in ReadClause()

It is enough to have the logic in dictsource/jbo_*.

Thanks to xunsku @ irc.freenode.org

Modified: src/libespeak-ng/readclause.c


[espeak-ng:master] By Juho Hiltunen <jaacoppi@...>:
2636583e31c1: Update changelog

Modified: CHANGELOG.md


[espeak-ng:master] By Juho Hiltunen <jaacoppi@...>:
23172c4f74cb: jbo: add a test for capitals within words (LOPT_CAPS_IN_WORD)

Modified: tests/language-pronunciation.test


[espeak-ng:master] By Juho Hiltunen <jaacoppi@...>:
aafa55cbbcff: code cleanup: remove unnecessary code related to LOPT_CAPS_IN_WORD

translate.h gives two settings to LOPT_CAPS_IN_WORD, but only one of them is actually ever used.

Modified: src/libespeak-ng/tr_languages.c
Modified: src/libespeak-ng/translate.c
Modified: src/libespeak-ng/translate.h


[espeak-ng:master] By Valdis Vitolins <valdis.vitolins@...>:
7a2581633616: Merge pull request #865

Modified: CHANGELOG.md
Modified: dictsource/jbo_list
Modified: dictsource/jbo_rules
Modified: src/libespeak-ng/readclause.c
Modified: src/libespeak-ng/tr_languages.c
Modified: src/libespeak-ng/translate.c
Modified: src/libespeak-ng/translate.h
Modified: tests/language-pronunciation.test


[espeak-ng/espeak-ng] Pull request closed by valdisvi:

#865 Lojban pronunciation and code fixes

Multiple lojban pronunciation fixes. The changes in dictsource/jbo_* make the lojban specific code in int ReadClause() unnecessary. This is good for code cleanup also.

All diffs come from xunsku on #lojban on irc.freenode.org. I only made the PR.


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1 New Commit:

[espeak-ng:master] By ArenaL5 <arenal5@...>:
34e73363662a: Getting short descrptions below 80 characters to avoid truncation

Modified: fastlane/metadata/android/en-US/short_description.txt
Modified: fastlane/metadata/android/es-ES/short_description.txt


[espeak-ng/espeak-ng] Pull request closed by valdisvi:

#860 Small update for F-Droid

I'm sorry I couldn't update this sooner. This is a continuation of PR #820 to list eSpeak NG in F-Droid.

They recommend having short descriptions shorter than 80 characters to prevent F-Droid clients from truncating them, so I'm just doing that with this new commit.

They also recommend increasing versionCode in every release, to allow auto-updates. In particular, they ask that the current versionCode (20) is larger than the versionCode for the latest tag release.


3 New Commits:

[espeak-ng:master] By datajake1999 <datajake@...>:
e88df1121d28: Fixed announcer variant.

Modified: espeak-ng-data/voices/!v/announcer


[espeak-ng:master] By Valdis Vitolins <valdis.vitolins@...>:
d43bbc49999a: Merge pull request #863

Modified: espeak-ng-data/voices/!v/announcer


[espeak-ng:master] By Valdis Vitolins <valdis.vitolins@...>:
b7d2dc0941c4: Note that language name should be single word only.

See more at: https://github.com/espeak-ng/espeak-ng/pull/863

Modified: docs/voices.md


[espeak-ng/espeak-ng] Pull request closed by valdisvi:

#863 Fixed announcer variant.

It wasn't showing up because their were spaces in the name, so I removed the spaces and it now shows up.


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Pull Request #863 Fixed announcer variant.
By valdisvi:

Documented that as a "feature".


Pull Request Updated #github

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[espeak-ng/espeak-ng] Pull request updated by jaacoppi:

#865 Lojban pronunciation and code fixes

Multiple lojban pronunciation fixes. The changes in dictsource/jbo_* make the lojban specific code in int ReadClause() unnecessary. This is good for code cleanup also.

All diffs come from xunsku on #lojban on irc.freenode.org. I only made the PR.


[espeak-ng:master] new issue: espeak-ng --punct="." produces strange results #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Issue Created by jaacoppi:
#866 espeak-ng --punct="." produces strange results

Here, the last dot is not spoken:

espeak-ng --punct='.' "Testing." -x
t'EstIN

Here, only one dot is spoken:

espeak-ng --punct='.' "Testing . ." -x
t'EstIN
d'0t

Here, nothing is spoken: espeak-ng --punct='.' "..." -x

And here's the strangest of them all. This one actually reads for a very long time, this is just the beginning of the output:

espeak-ng --punct='.' ".." -x
d'0td'0t
j'u: a# ,EDd'i:; ,eI_|'UmlaUt_| dI2gr'i:z d'i:; ,eI_|'UmlaUt_| 'A:r- ,aI_|gr'A:v_| a# dI2gr'i:z
dI2v'aIdI2d dI2gr'i:z_:I2kskl@m,eIS@n_: dI2v'aIdI2d p'aI ,oU,oU_|str'oUk_| j'u: p'aI ,oU,oU_|str'oUk_| j'u: jjjjjj'aI d'i:z 'Ef 'u:s dI2gr'i:z 'A@t p3s'Entd0l3r- 'eItS 'aI ,i:_|'UmlaUt_| p3s'Ent 'i:; '3:dZ p'aUnd 'Ef_:_: z,Eds'i: w,aI_|a#kj'u:t_| Tr'i: z'Ed 'INk d'0l3r- 'eItS ,En_|t'Ild@_| 'ED j'En 'Em s'Em d'0l3r- 'eItS T'O@n _'and ,i:_|'UmlaUt_| p'i: p'ar@gr,aaf s'aI a# 'Ef n,0ta#_:_: s,i:_|s@d'Ila#_| ,Eksv'i: k'oU 'Ef ,i:_|,UmlaUt_|,aI_|,UmlaUt_|,aI_|s'3:k@mfl,Eks_| s'Iks_:_: 'Esks d'0l3r- 'eItS s'i:; ,aI,i:_|'UmlaUt_| b'akslaS m'In m'aIkroU 'Ef ,aI_|s'3:k@mfl,Eks_|_:_: 'En_:_: j,u:_|'UmlaUt_| h'aS 'i@r@r- 'Ef j'u: r'EdZIst3d _'at_ 'i: d'0l3r- ,i:j'u: d'0l3_:_: 'eItS d'Vb@Ls'Ents '3:l_:_: z,Ed,El'i:_:_: 'Ef a# 'i:; 'eI p'i: _:'i:kw@Lz_:_:_: d'0t d'0t _| 'Ef a p'i: d'0t ,i:_|s'3:k@mfl,Eks_| s'El 'oU 'Ef dZ'eI v'i: k'0pIr,aIt t'i: k'oUl@n 'A:v d'0l3r- 'eItS 'i: pl'Vs w,aI_|a#kj'u:t_| z'i@roU ,aI_|'UmlaUt_| f'o@ s'It 'Ef z'i@roU 'Iwi _:'i:kw@Lz_: f'aIv k'Vs_:_: 'Ef w'0n 'eIks_:_: s'Ev@n b,i:;,Ent'i:; 'Ef n'aIn ,oU_|t'Ild@_| n'aIn j,u:_|gr'A:v_|_:_: 'Ee@ k'oUl@n dZ,i:;,Emkj'u: pl'Vs 'Ef

Probable cause is in ReadClause()


Pull Request Opened #github

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[espeak-ng/espeak-ng] Pull request opened by jaacoppi:

#865 Lojban pronunciation and code fixes

Multiple lojban pronunciation fixes. The changes in dictsource/jbo_* make the lojban specific code in int ReadClause() unnecessary. This is good for code cleanup also.

All diffs come from xunsku on #lojban on irc.freenode.org. I only made the PR.


[espeak-ng:master] reported: Can't find Japanese language code. #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Take a look at this... I re-installed this espeak-NG and I installed the latest one from here. I installed this one Version 1.50 , espeak-ng-20191129-b702b03-x64.msi now take a look at this.

There is no JAPANESE (probably some of the other languages that were mentioned too on the .md file where it says it supports the mentioned languages)


The only language that starts with j is jbo_dict

image

Tried searching for ja_dict but nothing...

image

Also on the voices/ directory there is no jpx/ja file. So the question is why is it when I install espeak-NG using the installer (latest version espeak-ng-20191129-b702b03-x64.msi) there is no Japanese? (also probably OTHER LANGUAGES as well that were mentioned on the doc that it supports the language... I am worried about it cause I'll be using this cool software in the FUTURE! Thank you for making this <3 )


But on the official source code again SOURCE CODE (not on the program files when you install the software) when I download it! It has this ja_dict file also the ja file. So I'm thinking probably the INSTALLER isn't UPDATED... right? if not then what could be the solution or at least the developers can update it so that I can use the Japanese & other languages as well that might not be on the INSTALLER but it is on the .md file where it says the language is available. Thank you so much! This software really helped me a lot and I'm sure too other people as well :D

image image


[espeak-ng:master] reported: Can't find Japanese language code. #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Take a look at this... I re-installed this espeak-NG and I installed the latest one from here. I installed this one Version 1.50 , espeak-ng-20191129-b702b03-x64.msi now take a look at this.

There is no JAPANESE (probably some of the other languages that were mentioned too on the .md file where it says it supports the mentioned languages)


The only language that starts with j is jbo_dict

image

Tried searching for ja_dict but nothing...

image

Also on the voices/ directory there is no jpx/ja file. So the question is why is it when I install espeak-NG using the installer (latest version espeak-ng-20191129-b702b03-x64.msi) there is no Japanese? (also probably OTHER LANGUAGES as well that were mentioned on the doc that it supports the language... I am worried about it cause I'll be using this cool software in the FUTURE! Thank you for making this <3 )


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Hello @jaacoppi , Thank you for replying this software is really cool! I'm amazed how this is made in the C Programming Language.

First of all this espeak-ng -v ja "わかります" does not work also this one C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\espeak-ng-data does not have the ja_dict when I installed the latest version here as it is posted.

Now what I did is I downloaded the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE of espeak-NG from the latest version & YES! I noticed that the RELEVANT files for Japanese are on the official source code but NOT on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\espeak-ng-data when I installed them. So what I did is I copied those files from the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE (which I downloaded) & put them on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\espeak-ng-data , on this path by the way I put here the ja_dict file & on the voices/directory I put there is jpx/ja file. Now my question is WHY IS IT , those RELEVANT files for the Japanese are on the official source code? But when you install them... there is nothing.. as of now I think it's working fine cause I CONFIGURED IT, I am using this python package phonemizer which uses the espeak to get the IPA of a string.

I've already done this and have the latest version

C:\Users\LENOVO>espeak-ng --version
eSpeak NG text-to-speech: 1.50  Data at: C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data

but still no Japanese, I really think the installer is just not updated...

After what I did on putting the relevant files for Japanese on the Espeak-NG on C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\ I tried this code , so yes it gets the IPA but may I ask is this even correct?

image

I hope the developers can release a version where when I install the official Installer, then there is the Japanese there (and other languages specified in the doc) cause probably I'm thinking the packages posted are not just updated right? If yes could the developers update them. Thank you! This is a really cool software! I'm amazed how people do this really been helpful!


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Hello @jaacoppi , Thank you for replying this software is really cool! I'm amazed how this is made in the C Programming Language.

First of all this espeak-ng -v ja "わかります" does not work also this one C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\espeak-ng-data does not have the ja_dict when I installed the latest version here as it is posted.

Now what I did is I downloaded the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE of espeak-NG from the latest version & YES! I noticed that the RELEVANT files for Japanese are on the official source code but NOT on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\espeak-ng-data when I installed them. So what I did is I copied those files from the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE (which I downloaded) & put them on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\espeak-ng-data , on this path by the way I put here the ja_dict file & on the voices/ directory I put there is jpx/ja file. Now my question is WHY IS IT , those RELEVANT files for the Japanese are on the official source code? But when you install them... there is nothing.. as of now I think it's working fine cause I CONFIGURED IT, I am using this python package phonemizer which uses the espeak to get the IPA of a string.

I've already done this and have the latest version

C:\Users\LENOVO>espeak-ng --version
eSpeak NG text-to-speech: 1.50  Data at: C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data

but still no Japanese, I really think the installer is just not updated...

After what I did on putting the relevant files for Japanese on the Espeak-NG on C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\ I tried this code , so yes it gets the IPA but may I ask is this even correct?

image

I hope the developers can release a version where when I install the official Installer, then there is the Japanese there (and other languages specified in the doc) cause probably I'm thinking the packages posted are not just updated right? If yes could the developers update them. Thank you! This is a really cool software! I'm amazed how people do this really been helpful!


[espeak-ng:master] reported: Can't find Japanese language code. #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Hello @jaacoppi , Thank you for replying this software is really cool! I'm amazed how this is made in the C Programming Language.

First of all this espeak-ng -v ja "わかります" does not work also this one C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data does not have the ja_dict when I installed the latest version here as it is posted.

Now what I did is I downloaded the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE of espeak-NG from the latest version & YES! I noticed that the RELEVANT files for Japanese are on the official source code but NOT on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data when I installed them. So what I did is I copied those files from the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE (which I downloaded) & put them on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data , on this path by the way I put here the ja_dict file & on the voices/directory I put there is jpx/ja file. Now my question is WHY IS IT , those RELEVANT files for the Japanese are on the official source code? But when you install them... there is nothing.. as of now I think it's working fine cause I CONFIGURED IT, I am using this python package phonemizer which uses the espeak to get the IPA of a string.

I've already done this and have the latest version

C:\Users\LENOVO>espeak-ng --version
eSpeak NG text-to-speech: 1.50  Data at: C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data

but still no Japanese, I really think the installer is just not updated...

After what I did on putting the relevant files for Japanese on the Espeak-NG on C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\ I tried this code , so yes it gets the IPA but may I ask is this even correct?

image

I hope the developers can release a version where when I install the official Installer, then there is the Japanese there (and other languages specified in the doc) cause probably I'm thinking the packages posted are not just updated right? If yes could the developers update them. Thank you! This is a really cool software! I'm amazed how people do this really been helpful!


[espeak-ng:master] reported: Can't find Japanese language code. #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

@jaacoppi I suggest you try & install the latest version as stated here

either espeak-ng-20191129-b702b03-x64.msi or espeak-ng-20191129-b702b03-x86.msi

& try to find the relevant files for Japanese & probably other languages as well... Cause I did install them & there's nothing :(


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

@jaacoppi I suggest you install the latest version as stated here & try to find the relevant files for Japanese & probably other languages as well... Cause I did install them & there's nothing :(


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

@jaacoppi I suggest you try & install the latest version as stated here & try to find the relevant files for Japanese & probably other languages as well... Cause I did install them & there's nothing :(


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Hello @jaacoppi , Thank you for replying this software is really cool! I'm amazed how this is made in the C Programming Language.

First of all this espeak-ng -v ja "わかります" does not work also this one C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data does not have the ja_dict when I installed the latest version here as it is posted.

Now what I did is I downloaded the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE of espeak-NG from the latest version & YES! I noticed that the RELEVANT files for Japanese are on the official source code but NOT when Installed them. So what I did is I copied those files & put them on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data , on this path by the way I put here the ja_dict file & on the voices I put there is jpx/ja file. Now my question is why is it , those RELEVANT files for the Japanese are on the official source code? But when you install them... there is nothing.. as of now I think it's working fine, cause I am using this python package phonemizer which uses the espeak to get the IPA of a string.


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Hello @jaacoppi , Thank you for replying this software is really cool! I'm amazed how this is made in the C Programming Language.

First of all this espeak-ng -v ja "わかります" does not work also this one C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data does not have the ja_dict when I installed the latest version here as it is posted.

Now what I did is I downloaded the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE of espeak-NG from the latest version & YES! I noticed that the RELEVANT files for Japanese are on the official source code but NOT when Installed them. So what I did is I copied those files & put them on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data , on this path by the way I put here the ja_dict file & on the voices I put there is jpx/ja file. Now my question is why is it , those RELEVANT files for the Japanese are on the official source code? But when you install them... there is nothing.. as of now I think it's working fine, cause I am using this python package phonemizer which uses the espeak to get the IPA of a string.

After what I did on putting the relevant files for Japanese on the Espeak-NG on C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\ I tried this code , so yes it gets the IPA but may I ask is this even correct?

image


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Hello @jaacoppi , Thank you for replying this software is really cool! I'm amazed how this is made in the C Programming Language.

First of all this espeak-ng -v ja "わかります" does not work also this one C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data does not have the ja_dict when I installed the latest version here as it is posted.

Now what I did is I downloaded the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE of espeak-NG from the latest version & YES! I noticed that the RELEVANT files for Japanese are on the official source code but NOT when Installed them. So what I did is I copied those files & put them on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data , on this path by the way I put here the ja_dict file & on the voices I put there is jpx/ja file. Now my question is why is it , those RELEVANT files for the Japanese are on the official source code? But when you install them... there is nothing.. as of now I think it's working fine, cause I am using this python package phonemizer which uses the espeak to get the IPA of a string.

After what I did on putting the relevant files for Japanese on the Espeak-NG on C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\ I tried this code , so yes it gets the IPA but may I ask is this even correct?

image


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Hello @jaacoppi , Thank you for replying this software is really cool! I'm amazed how this is made in the C Programming Language.

First of all this espeak-ng -v ja "わかります" does not work also this one C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data does not have the ja_dict when I installed the latest version here as it is posted.

Now what I did is I downloaded the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE of espeak-NG from the latest version & YES! I noticed that the RELEVANT files for Japanese are on the official source code but NOT on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data when Installed them. So what I did is I copied those files & put them on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data , on this path by the way I put here the ja_dict file & on the voices I put there is jpx/ja file. Now my question is why is it , those RELEVANT files for the Japanese are on the official source code? But when you install them... there is nothing.. as of now I think it's working fine, cause I am using this python package phonemizer which uses the espeak to get the IPA of a string.

After what I did on putting the relevant files for Japanese on the Espeak-NG on C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\ I tried this code , so yes it gets the IPA but may I ask is this even correct?

image


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Hello @jaacoppi , Thank you for replying this software is really cool! I'm amazed how this is made in the C Programming Language.

First of all this espeak-ng -v ja "わかります" does not work also this one C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data does not have the ja_dict when I installed the latest version here as it is posted.

Now what I did is I downloaded the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE of espeak-NG from the latest version & YES! I noticed that the RELEVANT files for Japanese are on the official source code but NOT on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data when I installed them. So what I did is I copied those files & put them on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data , on this path by the way I put here the ja_dict file & on the voices I put there is jpx/ja file. Now my question is why is it , those RELEVANT files for the Japanese are on the official source code? But when you install them... there is nothing.. as of now I think it's working fine, cause I am using this python package phonemizer which uses the espeak to get the IPA of a string.

After what I did on putting the relevant files for Japanese on the Espeak-NG on C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\ I tried this code , so yes it gets the IPA but may I ask is this even correct?

image


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Hello @jaacoppi , Thank you for replying this software is really cool! I'm amazed how this is made in the C Programming Language.

First of all this espeak-ng -v ja "わかります" does not work also this one C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data does not have the ja_dict when I installed the latest version here as it is posted.

Now what I did is I downloaded the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE of espeak-NG from the latest version & YES! I noticed that the RELEVANT files for Japanese are on the official source code but NOT on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data when I installed them. So what I did is I copied those files from the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE (which I downloaded) & put them on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data , on this path by the way I put here the ja_dict file & on the voices I put there is jpx/ja file. Now my question is why is it , those RELEVANT files for the Japanese are on the official source code? But when you install them... there is nothing.. as of now I think it's working fine, cause I am using this python package phonemizer which uses the espeak to get the IPA of a string.

After what I did on putting the relevant files for Japanese on the Espeak-NG on C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\ I tried this code , so yes it gets the IPA but may I ask is this even correct?

image


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Hello @jaacoppi , Thank you for replying this software is really cool! I'm amazed how this is made in the C Programming Language.

First of all this espeak-ng -v ja "わかります" does not work also this one C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data does not have the ja_dict when I installed the latest version here as it is posted.

Now what I did is I downloaded the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE of espeak-NG from the latest version & YES! I noticed that the RELEVANT files for Japanese are on the official source code but NOT on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data when I installed them. So what I did is I copied those files from the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE (which I downloaded) & put them on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data , on this path by the way I put here the ja_dict file & on the voices/directory I put there is jpx/ja file. Now my question is why is it , those RELEVANT files for the Japanese are on the official source code? But when you install them... there is nothing.. as of now I think it's working fine, cause I am using this python package phonemizer which uses the espeak to get the IPA of a string.

After what I did on putting the relevant files for Japanese on the Espeak-NG on C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\ I tried this code , so yes it gets the IPA but may I ask is this even correct?

image


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By gelodefaultbrain:

Hello @jaacoppi , Thank you for replying this software is really cool! I'm amazed how this is made in the C Programming Language.

First of all this espeak-ng -v ja "わかります" does not work also this one C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data does not have the ja_dict when I installed the latest version here as it is posted.

Now what I did is I downloaded the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE of espeak-NG from the latest version & YES! I noticed that the RELEVANT files for Japanese are on the official source code but NOT on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data when I installed them. So what I did is I copied those files from the OFFICIAL SOURCE CODE (which I downloaded) & put them on the C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data , on this path by the way I put here the ja_dict file & on the voices/directory I put there is jpx/ja file. Now my question is WHY IS IT , those RELEVANT files for the Japanese are on the official source code? But when you install them... there is nothing.. as of now I think it's working fine cause I CONFIGURED IT, I am using this python package phonemizer which uses the espeak to get the IPA of a string.

After what I did on putting the relevant files for Japanese on the Espeak-NG on C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\ I tried this code , so yes it gets the IPA but may I ask is this even correct?

image

I hope the developers can release a version where when I install the official Installer, then there is the Japanese there (and other languages specified in the doc) cause probably I'm thinking the packages posted are not just updated right? If yes could the developers update them. Thank you! This is a really cool software! I'm amazed how people do this really been helpful!


[espeak-ng:master] reported: Can't find Japanese language code. #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #864 Can't find Japanese language code.
By jaacoppi:

That's strange, japanese should be there and espeak-ng -v ja "わかります" should work.

Can you check that ja_dict is really missing from C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data


[espeak-ng:master] new issue: Can't find Japanese language code. #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Issue Created by gelodefaultbrain:
#864 Can't find Japanese language code.

Hello, I saw on your documentation on supported languages here

I am using the latest version that I downloaded here.

Clearly stated here jpx | ja | Japanese | Japanese[3]

But when I tried it on my computer, there's no such thing

C:\Users\LENOVO>espeak-ng --version
eSpeak NG text-to-speech: 1.50  Data at: C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data
C:\Users\LENOVO>espeak-ng --voices
Pty Language       Age/Gender VoiceName          File                 Other Languages
 5  af              --/M      Afrikaans          gmw\af
 5  am              --/M      Amharic            sem\am
 5  an              --/M      Aragonese          roa\an
 5  as              --/M      Assamese           inc\as
 5  az              --/M      Azerbaijani        trk\az
 5  bg              --/M      Bulgarian          zls\bg
 5  bn              --/M      Bengali            inc\bn
 5  bs              --/M      Bosnian            zls\bs
 5  ca              --/M      Catalan            roa\ca
 5  cmn             --/M      Chinese_(Mandarin) sit\cmn              (zh-cmn 5)(zh 5)
 5  cs              --/M      Czech              zlw\cs
 5  cy              --/M      Welsh              cel\cy
 5  da              --/M      Danish             gmq\da
 5  de              --/M      German             gmw\de
 5  el              --/M      Greek              grk\el
 5  en-029          --/M      English_(Caribbean) gmw\en-029           (en 10)
 2  en-gb           --/M      English_(Great_Britain) gmw\en               (en 2)
 5  en-gb-scotland  --/M      English_(Scotland) gmw\en-GB-scotland   (en 4)
 5  en-gb-x-gbclan  --/M      English_(Lancaster) gmw\en-GB-x-gbclan   (en-gb 3)(en 5)
 5  en-gb-x-gbcwmd  --/M      English_(West_Midlands) gmw\en-GB-x-gbcwmd   (en-gb 9)(en 9)
 5  en-gb-x-rp      --/M      English_(Received_Pronunciation) gmw\en-GB-x-rp       (en-gb 4)(en 5)
 2  en-us           --/M      English_(America)  gmw\en-US            (en 3)
 5  eo              --/M      Esperanto          art\eo
 5  es              --/M      Spanish_(Spain)    roa\es
 5  es-419          --/M      Spanish_(Latin_America) roa\es-419           (es-mx 6)(es 6)
 5  et              --/M      Estonian           urj\et
 5  eu              --/M      Basque             eu
 5  fa              --/M      Persian            ira\fa
 5  fa-latn         --/M      Persian_(Pinglish) ira\fa-Latn
 5  fi              --/M      Finnish            urj\fi
 5  fr-be           --/M      French_(Belgium)   roa\fr-BE            (fr 8)
 5  fr-fr           --/M      French_(France)    roa\fr               (fr 5)
 5  ga              --/M      Gaelic_(Irish)     cel\ga
 5  gd              --/M      Gaelic_(Scottish)  cel\gd
 5  gn              --/M      Guarani            sai\gn
 5  grc             --/M      Greek_(Ancient)    grk\grc
 5  gu              --/M      Gujarati           inc\gu
 5  hi              --/M      Hindi              inc\hi
 5  hr              --/M      Croatian           zls\hr               (hbs 5)
 5  hu              --/M      Hungarian          urj\hu
 5  hy              --/M      Armenian_(East_Armenia) ine\hy               (hy-arevela 5)
 5  hyw             --/M      Armenian_(West_Armenia) ine\hyw              (hy-arevmda 5)(hy 8)
 5  ia              --/M      Interlingua        art\ia
 5  id              --/M      Indonesian         poz\id
 5  is              --/M      Icelandic          gmq\is
 5  it              --/M      Italian            roa\it
 5  jbo             --/M      Lojban             art\jbo
 5  ka              --/M      Georgian           ccs\ka
 5  kl              --/M      Greenlandic        esx\kl
 5  kn              --/M      Kannada            dra\kn
 5  ko              --/M      Korean             ko
 5  ku              --/M      Kurdish            ira\ku
 5  ky              --/M      Kyrgyz             trk\ky
 5  la              --/M      Latin              itc\la
 5  lfn             --/M      Lingua_Franca_Nova art\lfn
 5  lt              --/M      Lithuanian         bat\lt
 5  lv              --/M      Latvian            bat\lv
 5  mk              --/M      Macedonian         zls\mk
 5  ml              --/M      Malayalam          dra\ml
 5  mr              --/M      Marathi            inc\mr
 5  ms              --/M      Malay              poz\ms
 5  mt              --/M      Maltese            sem\mt
 5  my              --/M      Myanmar_(Burmese)  sit\my
 5  nb              --/M      Norwegian_Bokmål  gmq\nb               (no 5)
 5  nci             --/M      Nahuatl_(Classical) azc\nci
 5  ne              --/M      Nepali             inc\ne
 5  nl              --/M      Dutch              gmw\nl
 5  om              --/M      Oromo              cus\om
 5  or              --/M      Oriya              inc\or
 5  pa              --/M      Punjabi            inc\pa
 5  pap             --/M      Papiamento         roa\pap
 5  pl              --/M      Polish             zlw\pl
 5  pt              --/M      Portuguese_(Portugal) roa\pt               (pt-pt 5)
 5  pt-br           --/M      Portuguese_(Brazil) roa\pt-BR            (pt 6)
 5  ro              --/M      Romanian           roa\ro
 5  ru              --/M      Russian            zle\ru
 5  si              --/M      Sinhala            inc\si
 5  sk              --/M      Slovak             zlw\sk
 5  sl              --/M      Slovenian          zls\sl
 5  sq              --/M      Albanian           ine\sq
 5  sr              --/M      Serbian            zls\sr
 5  sv              --/M      Swedish            gmq\sv
 5  sw              --/M      Swahili            bnt\sw
 5  ta              --/M      Tamil              dra\ta
 5  te              --/M      Telugu             dra\te
 5  tn              --/M      Setswana           bnt\tn
 5  tr              --/M      Turkish            trk\tr
 5  tt              --/M      Tatar              trk\tt
 5  ur              --/M      Urdu               inc\ur
 5  vi              --/M      Vietnamese_(Northern) aav\vi
 5  vi-vn-x-central --/M      Vietnamese_(Central) aav\vi-VN-x-central
 5  vi-vn-x-south   --/M      Vietnamese_(Southern) aav\vi-VN-x-south
 5  yue             --/M      Chinese_(Cantonese) sit\yue              (zh-yue 5)(zh 8)

Also I downloaded the version 1.49.1 of espeak-ng clearly it was stated this

new languages:

ar (Arabic) -- Taha Zerrouki
jp (Japanese) -- Reece Dunn (NOTE: Hiragana and Karakana only.)

There is japanese but when I tried it, there's NOTHING may I ask... do you really have it?

Have I installed an old version? or am I just not getting something? What is happening? Why is there Japanese on the .md file where there is NOTHING in mine? If so where is the lastest version link download? I need to have this, this is a cool software! Thank you!


[espeak-ng:master] new issue: Can't find Japanese language code. #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Issue Created by gelodefaultbrain:
#864 Can't find Japanese language code.

Hello, I saw on your documentation on supported languages here

I am using the latest version that I downloaded here.

Clearly stated here jpx | ja | Japanese | Japanese[3]

But when I tried it on my computer, there's no such thing

C:\Users\LENOVO>espeak-ng --version
eSpeak NG text-to-speech: 1.50  Data at: C:\Program Files\eSpeak NG\/espeak-ng-data
C:\Users\LENOVO>espeak-ng --voices
Pty Language       Age/Gender VoiceName          File                 Other Languages
 5  af              --/M      Afrikaans          gmw\af
 5  am              --/M      Amharic            sem\am
 5  an              --/M      Aragonese          roa\an
 5  as              --/M      Assamese           inc\as
 5  az              --/M      Azerbaijani        trk\az
 5  bg              --/M      Bulgarian          zls\bg
 5  bn              --/M      Bengali            inc\bn
 5  bs              --/M      Bosnian            zls\bs
 5  ca              --/M      Catalan            roa\ca
 5  cmn             --/M      Chinese_(Mandarin) sit\cmn              (zh-cmn 5)(zh 5)
 5  cs              --/M      Czech              zlw\cs
 5  cy              --/M      Welsh              cel\cy
 5  da              --/M      Danish             gmq\da
 5  de              --/M      German             gmw\de
 5  el              --/M      Greek              grk\el
 5  en-029          --/M      English_(Caribbean) gmw\en-029           (en 10)
 2  en-gb           --/M      English_(Great_Britain) gmw\en               (en 2)
 5  en-gb-scotland  --/M      English_(Scotland) gmw\en-GB-scotland   (en 4)
 5  en-gb-x-gbclan  --/M      English_(Lancaster) gmw\en-GB-x-gbclan   (en-gb 3)(en 5)
 5  en-gb-x-gbcwmd  --/M      English_(West_Midlands) gmw\en-GB-x-gbcwmd   (en-gb 9)(en 9)
 5  en-gb-x-rp      --/M      English_(Received_Pronunciation) gmw\en-GB-x-rp       (en-gb 4)(en 5)
 2  en-us           --/M      English_(America)  gmw\en-US            (en 3)
 5  eo              --/M      Esperanto          art\eo
 5  es              --/M      Spanish_(Spain)    roa\es
 5  es-419          --/M      Spanish_(Latin_America) roa\es-419           (es-mx 6)(es 6)
 5  et              --/M      Estonian           urj\et
 5  eu              --/M      Basque             eu
 5  fa              --/M      Persian            ira\fa
 5  fa-latn         --/M      Persian_(Pinglish) ira\fa-Latn
 5  fi              --/M      Finnish            urj\fi
 5  fr-be           --/M      French_(Belgium)   roa\fr-BE            (fr 8)
 5  fr-fr           --/M      French_(France)    roa\fr               (fr 5)
 5  ga              --/M      Gaelic_(Irish)     cel\ga
 5  gd              --/M      Gaelic_(Scottish)  cel\gd
 5  gn              --/M      Guarani            sai\gn
 5  grc             --/M      Greek_(Ancient)    grk\grc
 5  gu              --/M      Gujarati           inc\gu
 5  hi              --/M      Hindi              inc\hi
 5  hr              --/M      Croatian           zls\hr               (hbs 5)
 5  hu              --/M      Hungarian          urj\hu
 5  hy              --/M      Armenian_(East_Armenia) ine\hy               (hy-arevela 5)
 5  hyw             --/M      Armenian_(West_Armenia) ine\hyw              (hy-arevmda 5)(hy 8)
 5  ia              --/M      Interlingua        art\ia
 5  id              --/M      Indonesian         poz\id
 5  is              --/M      Icelandic          gmq\is
 5  it              --/M      Italian            roa\it
 5  jbo             --/M      Lojban             art\jbo
 5  ka              --/M      Georgian           ccs\ka
 5  kl              --/M      Greenlandic        esx\kl
 5  kn              --/M      Kannada            dra\kn
 5  ko              --/M      Korean             ko
 5  ku              --/M      Kurdish            ira\ku
 5  ky              --/M      Kyrgyz             trk\ky
 5  la              --/M      Latin              itc\la
 5  lfn             --/M      Lingua_Franca_Nova art\lfn
 5  lt              --/M      Lithuanian         bat\lt
 5  lv              --/M      Latvian            bat\lv
 5  mk              --/M      Macedonian         zls\mk
 5  ml              --/M      Malayalam          dra\ml
 5  mr              --/M      Marathi            inc\mr
 5  ms              --/M      Malay              poz\ms
 5  mt              --/M      Maltese            sem\mt
 5  my              --/M      Myanmar_(Burmese)  sit\my
 5  nb              --/M      Norwegian_Bokmål  gmq\nb               (no 5)
 5  nci             --/M      Nahuatl_(Classical) azc\nci
 5  ne              --/M      Nepali             inc\ne
 5  nl              --/M      Dutch              gmw\nl
 5  om              --/M      Oromo              cus\om
 5  or              --/M      Oriya              inc\or
 5  pa              --/M      Punjabi            inc\pa
 5  pap             --/M      Papiamento         roa\pap
 5  pl              --/M      Polish             zlw\pl
 5  pt              --/M      Portuguese_(Portugal) roa\pt               (pt-pt 5)
 5  pt-br           --/M      Portuguese_(Brazil) roa\pt-BR            (pt 6)
 5  ro              --/M      Romanian           roa\ro
 5  ru              --/M      Russian            zle\ru
 5  si              --/M      Sinhala            inc\si
 5  sk              --/M      Slovak             zlw\sk
 5  sl              --/M      Slovenian          zls\sl
 5  sq              --/M      Albanian           ine\sq
 5  sr              --/M      Serbian            zls\sr
 5  sv              --/M      Swedish            gmq\sv
 5  sw              --/M      Swahili            bnt\sw
 5  ta              --/M      Tamil              dra\ta
 5  te              --/M      Telugu             dra\te
 5  tn              --/M      Setswana           bnt\tn
 5  tr              --/M      Turkish            trk\tr
 5  tt              --/M      Tatar              trk\tt
 5  ur              --/M      Urdu               inc\ur
 5  vi              --/M      Vietnamese_(Northern) aav\vi
 5  vi-vn-x-central --/M      Vietnamese_(Central) aav\vi-VN-x-central
 5  vi-vn-x-south   --/M      Vietnamese_(Southern) aav\vi-VN-x-south
 5  yue             --/M      Chinese_(Cantonese) sit\yue              (zh-yue 5)(zh 8)

Also I downloaded the version 1.49.1 of espeak-ng clearly it was stated this

new languages:

ar (Arabic) -- Taha Zerrouki
jp (Japanese) -- Reece Dunn (NOTE: Hiragana and Karakana only.)

There is japanese but when I tried it, there's NOTHING may I ask... do you really have it?

Have I installed an old version? or am I just not getting something? What is happening? Why is there Japanese on the .md file where there is NOTHING in mine? If so where is the lastest version link download? Thank you!

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