SpeakTclEdit is a Linux console speaking text editor.
Version: 1.0SpeakTclEdit is a Linux console speaking text editor. Has many features including spell check, print file to printer, cut, copy and paste and more. Text to speech supports festival, flite, and cepstral speech synthesis software.
Operating System: Linux
· A text to speech system like festival.
An install.sh script has now been included. It has not had much testing and is very basic. Please let me know if you have any problems so I can fix install.sh or help you install it manually. You can link to my email at www.joekamphaus.net put "speaktcledit" as the subject.
What's New in This Release:
· Added support for the flite text to speech engine.
· Added Control-X command to save and exit.
· Added Alt-S spell checking features. Uses spell.pl. (part of the Linux Speaks Project). Also depends on the aspell package and PerlSpeak.pm perl module
· Added Alt-P Print file function. Requires the cups and a2ps packages for printing.
· Added support for configuration files. First reads /etc/linuxpeaks/speaktcleditrc then reads $HOME/.linuxspeaks/speaktcleditrc. An example is included in archive.
· Added a simple install script to the archive, "install.sh"
· Added copy, cut , and paste functions. I changed some of the key bindings. ^b begins selection; ^c copies; ^x cuts; ^v pastes
· Added command line options "quiet" to allow turning off status prompts being spoken.
· Added command line options "mail" to allow turning off status prompts being spoken and to turn off prompting to confirm save on closing via Control-Q