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[espeak-ng:master] By Shadyar Khodayari <shadyar81@...>:
c292278e2fc4: added some flagged words

Modified: dictsource/fa_list
Modified: dictsource/fa_rules


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

#713 added some flagged words


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#713 added some flagged words


[espeak-ng:master] reported: Misrendering of the word "wherever" #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #437 Misrendering of the word "wherever"
By rhdunn:

I've run this 1000 times on my Debian Linux system and not seen any differences:

seq 1 1000 | while read N ; do src/espeak-ng -ven-us -xq -f ../wherever-input.txt > ../wherever-output-2.txt ; diff ../wherever-output.txt ../wherever-output-2.txt ; done

This may be a compiler dependent bug (i.e. using msvc on Windows), or a bug in that version that was fixed.


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #437 Misrendering of the word "wherever"
By rhdunn:

The key issue here is why "wherever I":

wɛɹˈɛvɚɹ a_ɪ

is sometimes transformed into one of the following:

wɛɹˈɛvɚ sᵻɹˈɪlɪklˌɛɾɚfˈoː_ɹbˈiːˈɛf a_ɪ
wɛɹˈɛvɚɹ ˈæɹəʁɪklˌɛɾɚsˈɪkssˈɛvənˈɛf tˈuː slˈæʃ a_ɪ
wɛɹˈɛvɚ ˈæt kˈo_ʊləŋkˌa_ɪ

This is most likely due to the use of the $text attribute, and could therefore affect other words. I also wonder if it is related to #690 which occurred when a rule was missing.

The first thing to do would be to check if this occurs on espeak 1.48.08, and if not run a bisect to identify which commit caused this bug. Alternatively, the behaviour needs to be understood -- what is espeak-ng doing when it is inserting those pronunciations.

Ideally, a short reproducible test case should be added to the tests to ensure that the bug is not reintroduced.


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #437 Misrendering of the word "wherever"
By rhdunn:

That change was made in 1.48.08 (992b4cf06884e84ad3b3ee29779aed6e8dbb773b), identified via git's blame functionality. Looking at the diff for that commit, the relevant part is the change from:

wherever         w%e@r-Ev3
whereever        w%e@r-Ev3

to:

whereever   $2
wherever    $text whereever

Note that according to wiktionary, whereever is an obsolete variant of "wherever".

These rules look correct to me -- stress "where|ever" on the second syllable; use "where|ever" when pronouncing "wherever" (so the spelling rules can be used, which may include some regional differences, although I haven't checked that is the case).


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #437 Misrendering of the word "wherever"
By valdisvi:

For word wherever there are strange rules in en_list file.

whereever      $2
wherever       $text whereever

My suggestion is to replace it with simple (as without rule at all it spells out incorrectly):

wherever       we@r'Ev3


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #437 Misrendering of the word "wherever"
By RhyanJohnson:

I'm having a bizarre issue with the rendering of the word "wherever" as well!

I discovered the issue when I tried decoding some espeak-ng results and found a couple of unexpected, non-English characters in my results (namely ɕ in the transcription 'ɛkskləɕeɪʃən' and ʁ in the transcription 'æɹəʁɪklɛɾɚsɪksɛfɛf') Upon further investigation, the unexpected characters always seemed to follow the word 'wherever', so I compiled samples of text in my dataset that include the word 'wherever' into a sample text file.

INPUT (sample)

I lay eggs wherever I happen to be, said the hen, ruffling her feathers and then shaking them into place.
and Trot fed it a handful of fresh blue clover and smoothed and petted it until the lamb was eager to follow her wherever she might go.
The habits of mind that characterize a person strongly disposed toward critical thinking include a desire to follow reason and evidence wherever they may lead,
But wherever they fought - in North Africa or the South Pacific or Western Europe -- the infantry bore the brunt of the fighting on the ground -- and seven out of ten suffered casualties.
scurrying for major stories whenever and wherever they could be found.

When running the espeak command, I discovered all sorts of various unexpected phonemes after the word 'wherever'. The results were that these unexpected characters were consistently after the word 'wherever' and were consistently found in the transcription of each line of text containing 'wherever'.

COMMAND:

espeak-ng -ven-us --ipa=3 -q -f sample --sep=_

EXPECTED OUTPUT: (Received ~20% of the time)

a_ɪ lˈe_ɪ ˈɛɡz wɛɹˈɛvɚɹ a_ɪ hˈæpən tə bˈiː
 sˈɛd ðə hˈɛn
 ɹˈʌflɪŋ hɜː fˈɛðɚz ænd ðˈɛn ʃˈe_ɪkɪŋ ðˌɛm ˌɪntʊ plˈe_ɪs
 ænd tɹˈɑːt fˈɛd ɪɾ ɐ hˈændfə_l ʌv fɹˈɛʃ blˈuː klˈo_ʊvɚ ænd smˈuːðd ænd pˈɛɾᵻd ɪɾ ʌntˈɪl ðə lˈæm wʌz ˈiːɡɚ tə fˈɑːlo_ʊ hɜː wɛɹˈɛvɚ ʃiː mˌa_ɪt ɡˈo_ʊ
 ðə hˈæbɪts ʌv mˈa_ɪnd ðæt kˈæɹɪktɚɹˌa_ɪz ɐ pˈɜːsən stɹˈɔŋli dɪspˈo_ʊzd təwˈɔː_ɹd kɹˈɪɾɪkə_l θˈɪŋkɪŋ ɪŋklˈuːd ɐ dɪzˈa_ɪ_ɚ tə fˈɑːlo_ʊ ɹˈiːzən ænd ˈɛvɪdəns wɛɹˈɛvɚ ðe_ɪ mˈe_ɪ lˈiːd
 bˌʌt wɛɹˈɛvɚ ðe_ɪ fˈɔːt ɪn nˈɔː_ɹθ ˈæfɹɪkə ɔː_ɹ ðə sˈa_ʊθ pɐsˈɪfɪk ɔː_ɹ wˈɛstɚn jˈʊ_ɹɹəp ðɪ ˈɪnfəntɹi bˈoː_ɹ ðə bɹˈʌnt ʌvðə fˈa_ɪɾɪŋ ɔnðə ɡɹˈa_ʊnd ænd sˈɛvən ˌa_ʊɾəv tˈɛn sˈʌfɚd kˈæʒuːə_lɾiz
 skˈɜːɹiɪŋ fɔː_ɹ mˈe_ɪd_ʒɚ stˈoːɹiz wɛnˌɛvɚɹ ænd wɛɹˈɛvɚ ðe_ɪ kʊd biː fˈa_ʊnd

I will attach a file containing many samples of actual output as there were many varieties of corrupted/garbage phonemes. But a couple examples included below.

ACTUAL OUTPUT:

a_ɪ lˈe_ɪ ˈɛɡz wɛɹˈɛvɚ sᵻɹˈɪlɪklˌɛɾɚfˈoː_ɹbˈiːˈɛf a_ɪ hˈæpən tə bˈiː
 sˈɛd ðə hˈɛn
 ɹˈʌflɪŋ hɜː fˈɛðɚz ænd ðˈɛn ʃˈe_ɪkɪŋ ðˌɛm ˌɪntʊ plˈe_ɪs
 ænd tɹˈɑːt fˈɛd ɪɾ ɐ hˈændfə_l ʌv fɹˈɛʃ blˈuː klˈo_ʊvɚ ænd smˈuːðd ænd pˈɛɾᵻd ɪɾ ʌntˈɪl ðə lˈæm wʌz ˈiːɡɚ tə fˈɑːlo_ʊ hɜː wɛɹˈɛvɚ sᵻɹˈɪlɪklˌɛɾɚfˈoː_ɹbˈiːˈɛf ʃiː mˌa_ɪt ɡˈo_ʊ
 ðə hˈæbɪts ʌv mˈa_ɪnd ðæt kˈæɹɪktɚɹˌa_ɪz ɐ pˈɜːsən stɹˈɔŋli dɪspˈo_ʊzd təwˈɔː_ɹd kɹˈɪɾɪkə_l θˈɪŋkɪŋ ɪŋklˈuːd ɐ dɪzˈa_ɪ_ɚ tə fˈɑːlo_ʊ ɹˈiːzən ænd ˈɛvɪdəns wɛɹˈɛvɚ sᵻɹˈɪlɪklˌɛɾɚfˈoː_ɹbˈiːˈɛf ðe_ɪ mˈe_ɪ lˈiːd
 bˌʌt wɛɹˈɛvɚ sᵻɹˈɪlɪklˌɛɾɚfˈoː_ɹbˈiːˈɛf ðe_ɪ fˈɔːt ɪn nˈɔː_ɹθ ˈæfɹɪkə ɔː_ɹ ðə sˈa_ʊθ pɐsˈɪfɪk ɔː_ɹ wˈɛstɚn jˈʊ_ɹɹəp ðɪ ˈɪnfəntɹi bˈoː_ɹ ðə bɹˈʌnt ʌvðə fˈa_ɪɾɪŋ ɔnðə ɡɹˈa_ʊnd ænd sˈɛvən ˌa_ʊɾəv tˈɛn sˈʌfɚd kˈæʒuːə_lɾiz
 skˈɜːɹiɪŋ fɔː_ɹ mˈe_ɪd_ʒɚ stˈoːɹiz wɛnˌɛvɚɹ ænd wɛɹˈɛvɚ sᵻɹˈɪlɪklˌɛɾɚfˈoː_ɹbˈiːˈɛf ðe_ɪ kʊd biː fˈa_ʊnd
 a_ɪ lˈe_ɪ ˈɛɡz wɛɹˈɛvɚɹ ˈæɹəʁɪklˌɛɾɚsˈɪkssˈɛvənˈɛf tˈuː slˈæʃ a_ɪ hˈæpən tə bˈiː
 sˈɛd ðə hˈɛn
 ɹˈʌflɪŋ hɜː fˈɛðɚz ænd ðˈɛn ʃˈe_ɪkɪŋ ðˌɛm ˌɪntʊ plˈe_ɪs
 ænd tɹˈɑːt fˈɛd ɪɾ ɐ hˈændfə_l ʌv fɹˈɛʃ blˈuː klˈo_ʊvɚ ænd smˈuːðd ænd pˈɛɾᵻd ɪɾ ʌntˈɪl ðə lˈæm wʌz ˈiːɡɚ tə fˈɑːlo_ʊ hɜː wɛɹˈɛvɚɹ ˈæɹəʁɪklˌɛɾɚsˈɪkssˈɛvənˈɛf tˈuː slˈæʃ ʃiː mˌa_ɪt ɡˈo_ʊ
 ðə hˈæbɪts ʌv mˈa_ɪnd ðæt kˈæɹɪktɚɹˌa_ɪz ɐ pˈɜːsən stɹˈɔŋli dɪspˈo_ʊzd təwˈɔː_ɹd kɹˈɪɾɪkə_l θˈɪŋkɪŋ ɪŋklˈuːd ɐ dɪzˈa_ɪ_ɚ tə fˈɑːlo_ʊ ɹˈiːzən ænd ˈɛvɪdəns wɛɹˈɛvɚɹ ˈæɹəʁɪklˌɛɾɚsˈɪkssˈɛvənˈɛf tˈuː slˈæʃ ðe_ɪ mˈe_ɪ lˈiːd
 bˌʌt wɛɹˈɛvɚɹ ˈæɹəʁɪklˌɛɾɚsˈɪkssˈɛvənˈɛf tˈuː slˈæʃ ðe_ɪ fˈɔːt ɪn nˈɔː_ɹθ ˈæfɹɪkə ɔː_ɹ ðə sˈa_ʊθ pɐsˈɪfɪk ɔː_ɹ wˈɛstɚn jˈʊ_ɹɹəp ðɪ ˈɪnfəntɹi bˈoː_ɹ ðə bɹˈʌnt ʌvðə fˈa_ɪɾɪŋ ɔnðə ɡɹˈa_ʊnd ænd sˈɛvən ˌa_ʊɾəv tˈɛn sˈʌfɚd kˈæʒuːə_lɾiz
 a_ɪ lˈe_ɪ ˈɛɡz wɛɹˈɛvɚ ˈæt kˈo_ʊləŋkˌa_ɪ kˈo_ʊləŋki hˌæʃslɐʃwˈʌnsˈɛvəntˈuːwˈʌnwˈʌnsˈɛvəntˈuːwˈʌntɪldə twˈɛnti wˈʌn twˈɛnti wˈʌn tˈuː tˈuː slˌæʃko_ʊləntˈuːslɐʃtˌɪldəsˈɛvənslˌæʃko_ʊləntˈuːlpɚsˈɛntko_ʊl a_ɪ hˈæpən tə bˈiː
 sˈɛd ðə hˈɛn
 ɹˈʌflɪŋ hɜː fˈɛðɚz ænd ðˈɛn ʃˈe_ɪkɪŋ ðˌɛm ˌɪntʊ plˈe_ɪs
 ænd tɹˈɑːt fˈɛd ɪɾ ɐ hˈændfə_l ʌv fɹˈɛʃ blˈuː klˈo_ʊvɚ ænd smˈuːðd ænd pˈɛɾᵻd ɪɾ ʌntˈɪl ðə lˈæm wʌz ˈiːɡɚ tə fˈɑːlo_ʊ hɜː wɛɹˈɛvɚ ˈæt kˈo_ʊləŋkˌa_ɪ kˈo_ʊləŋki hˌæʃslɐʃwˈʌnsˈɛvəntˈuːwˈʌnwˈʌnsˈɛvəntˈuːwˈʌntɪldə twˈɛnti wˈʌn twˈɛnti wˈʌn tˈuː tˈuː slˌæʃko_ʊləntˈuːslɐʃtˌɪldəsˈɛvənslˌæʃko_ʊləntˈuːlpɚsˈɛntko_ʊl ʃiː mˌa_ɪt ɡˈo_ʊ
 ðə hˈæbɪts ʌv mˈa_ɪnd ðæt kˈæɹɪktɚɹˌa_ɪz ɐ pˈɜːsən stɹˈɔŋli dɪspˈo_ʊzd təwˈɔː_ɹd kɹˈɪɾɪkə_l θˈɪŋkɪŋ ɪŋklˈuːd ɐ dɪzˈa_ɪ_ɚ tə fˈɑːlo_ʊ ɹˈiːzən ænd ˈɛvɪdəns wɛɹˈɛvɚ ˈæt kˈo_ʊləŋkˌa_ɪ kˈo_ʊləŋki hˌæʃslɐʃwˈʌnsˈɛvəntˈuːwˈʌnwˈʌnsˈɛvəntˈuːwˈʌntɪldə twˈɛnti wˈʌn twˈɛnti wˈʌn tˈuː tˈuː slˌæʃko_ʊləntˈuːslɐʃtˌɪldəsˈɛvənslˌæʃko_ʊləntˈuːlpɚsˈɛntko_ʊl ðe_ɪ mˈe_ɪ lˈiːd
 bˌʌt wɛɹˈɛvɚ ˈæt kˈo_ʊləŋkˌa_ɪ kˈo_ʊləŋki hˌæʃslɐʃwˈʌnsˈɛvəntˈuːwˈʌnwˈʌnsˈɛvəntˈuːwˈʌntɪldə twˈɛnti wˈʌn twˈɛnti wˈʌn tˈuː tˈuː slˌæʃko_ʊləntˈuːslɐʃtˌɪldəsˈɛvənslˌæʃko_ʊləntˈuːlpɚsˈɛntko_ʊl ðe_ɪ fˈɔːt ɪn nˈɔː_ɹθ ˈæfɹɪkə ɔː_ɹ ðə sˈa_ʊθ pɐsˈɪfɪk ɔː_ɹ wˈɛstɚn jˈʊ_ɹɹəp ðɪ ˈɪnfəntɹi bˈoː_ɹ ðə bɹˈʌnt ʌvðə fˈa_ɪɾɪŋ ɔnðə ɡɹˈa_ʊnd ænd sˈɛvən ˌa_ʊɾəv tˈɛn sˈʌfɚd kˈæʒuːə_lɾiz
 skˈɜːɹiɪŋ fɔː_ɹ mˈe_ɪd_ʒɚ stˈoːɹiz wɛnˌɛvɚɹ ænd wɛɹˈɛvɚ ˈæt kˈo_ʊləŋkˌa_ɪ kˈo_ʊləŋki hˌæʃslɐʃwˈʌnsˈɛvəntˈuːwˈʌnwˈʌnsˈɛvəntˈuːwˈʌntɪldə twˈɛnti wˈʌn twˈɛnti wˈʌn tˈuː tˈuː slˌæʃko_ʊləntˈuːslɐʃtˌɪldəsˈɛvənslˌæʃko_ʊləntˈuːlpɚsˈɛntko_ʊl ðe_ɪ kʊd biː fˈa_ʊnd

Thank you!

espeak_wherever_samples.txt


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô"
By alexarnaud:

It's perfect :). Many thanks.


[espeak-ng:master] Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô" closed by alexarnaud.


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[espeak-ng:master] By Valdis Vitolins <valdis.vitolins@...>:
8b41079a1b49: Fix bug #702 — bad pronunciation of the letter ô

Modified: dictsource/fr_rules


[espeak-ng:master] By Karl Eick <hozosch@...>:
39e274edd24c: add iven 4 variant

Added: espeak-ng-data/voices/!v/iven4


[espeak-ng:master] By Ejaz Shah <eashah67@...>:
b59f7fe8ff94: Improvements for Urdu

Modified: dictsource/ur_list
Modified: dictsource/ur_rules


[espeak-ng:master] By Valdis Vitolins <valdis.vitolins@...>:
c5f1361b801b: Update changelog

Modified: CHANGELOG.md


[espeak-ng:master] By Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@...>:
c523856d4ad4: Fix testsuite with /bin/sh being bash

With bash, echo "a\nb" will not interpret \n, while with dash, echo will
interpret \n. bash's echo would need -e, but dash does not know that
option and just prints it.

We can however just put \n litteraly in the script, both bash and dash
will understand it.

Modified: tests/language-pronunciation.test
Modified: tests/translate.test


[espeak-ng:master] By Reece H. Dunn <msclrhd@...>:
6926dfba7284: fix #699: -Wlto-type-mismatch when using gcc with -flto=4.

Modified: src/libespeak-ng/setlengths.c


[espeak-ng:master] By Reece H. Dunn <msclrhd@...>:
16327703f4ae: Don't check the .git folder for BOM issues.

Modified: tests/bom.test


[espeak-ng:master] By Reece H. Dunn <msclrhd@...>:
812ea8131904: fix #699: avoid samplerate clashing with LTO in gcc 10.

Modified: src/espeak-ng.c


[espeak-ng:master] By Reece H. Dunn <msclrhd@...>:
1a4590098c25: Fix using the mbrola voices in Windows Subsystem for Linux.

Modified: src/libespeak-ng/mbrowrap.c


[espeak-ng:master] By Gordon Freeman <38136789+The1Freeman@...>:
012041491e1e: Create voice announcer

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


[espeak-ng:master] By Valdis Vitolins <valdis.vitolins@...>:
a1cb4eecb3e7: Merge pull request #709

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


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Pull Request #709 Addition of a new Voice variant "Announcer"
By valdisvi:

I merged it as a single commit a1cb4ee


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

#709 Addition of a new Voice variant "Announcer"

This voice variant adds a new voice which was based on the announcement system from the Half-Life games.


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[espeak-ng/espeak-ng] Pull request updated by The1Freeman:

#709 Addition of a new Voice variant "Announcer"

This voice variant adds a new voice which was based on the announcement system from the Half-Life games.


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô"
By valdisvi:

I made these changes. Is this ok?


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô"
By alexarnaud:

After thinking more, I'm not so sure. Can we hear the difference?


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô"
By alexarnaud:

The right one is long o, yes.


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô"
By valdisvi:

Should I leave just single rule e.g. ô o: (long o), or ô o (short o) for ô?


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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô"
By sthibaul:

@alexarnaud : I would say that "^" precisely makes o always be pronounced like a simple "o" (and not like in "grotte")


[espeak-ng:master] reported: In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô" #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô"
By DataTriny:

For me, the two later rules in the ô group are wrong because neither "rôt" nor "cône" are pronounced correctly. Therefore I would suggest removing them.


Updates to Github #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô"
By valdisvi:

There is specific rule line 1063 in fr_rules file to spell ..ôt as ..O~ in difference of ..ot which is spelled as ..o line 949. Solutions may be: 1. Removing that rule (then will be spelled as ..o:, coming from default pronunciation of ô in line 1062. 2. Changing existing rule to ô) t_ o to spell ..ôt as o. 3. Changing existing rule to r) ô (t_ O~ for ..rôt to be spelled as ..O~. Or should it be even more specific?


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô"
By valdisvi:

There is specific rule line 1063 in fr_rules file to spell ..ôt as ..O~ in difference of ..ot which is spelled as ..o line 949. Solutions may be: 1. Removing that rule (then will be spelled as ..o:, coming from default pronunciation of ô in line 1062. 2. Changing existing rule to ô) t_ o to spell ..ôt as o. 3. Changing existing rule to r) ô (t_ O~ for only ..rôt to be spelled as ..O~. Or should it be even more specific?


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô"
By alexarnaud:

@sthibaul Do you know if there is a word where "ô" is pronounced differently than a simple "o"?

IMHO, ô should be announced like "o" as indicated on the French wikipedia page of the letter "ô".


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô"
By alexarnaud:

There is the word "fantôme" as describe here.


[espeak-ng:master] reported: In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô" #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #702 In French: bad pronunciation of the letter "ô"
By valdisvi:

There is specific rule line 1063 in fr_rules file to spell ..ôt as ..O~ in difference of ..ot which is spelled as ..o line 949. Solutions may be: 1. Removing that rule (then will be spelled as ..o:, coming from default pronunciation of ô in line 1062. 2. Changing existing rule to ô) t_ o to spell ..ôt as o. 3. Changing existing rule to r) ô (t_ for ..rôt. Or should it be even more specific?


[espeak-ng:master] reported: Issue with o sounds in French language #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #711 Issue with o sounds in French language
By DataTriny:

Also, words ending in "oque" or "ogue" such as "dialogue" are pronounced with an "'o" but they should use "'O" instead.


[espeak-ng:master] new issue: espeak_Cancel() not working on a Arm64 #github

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[espeak-ng:master] New Issue Created by limitbit:
#710 espeak_Cancel() not working on a Arm64

Hi, i compile source (1.51) with async and pcaudiolib at debian 10 arm64 and debian 10 x64, x64 works great but arm64 has a few issue. when i call "espeak_cancel()" on another thread it waits to complete speech. Also SynthCallback returns all events at the begining of speech same code works on x64 as expected but not works right in Arm64.

What am I doing wrong or whats happening ? Thank you.

Edit: Also debian 1.49.2 packages has same issue. Edit 2: Btw original espeak library works as expected, i guess there is a thread issue at espeak-ng Edit 3: Espeak-ng cancel is not working(waits to finish) as expected while using with alsa (without pulse), espeak org works because it use portaudio

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