[Slackbuilds-users] Compile an android app for Linux
didier at slint.fr
Sat Jun 16 14:08:43 UTC 2018
thanks for responding.
Le 16/06/2018 à 15:39, 414N a écrit :
> from a quick look at the debian sources, it seems like the
> compilation from the source package on Slackware could require:
> - some patching, as the debian source applies 12+ patches on the
> original sources (they might not be all really needed, given that a
> portion of them might only be there for compliancy with the Debian
> packaging policy)
> - some manual steps during the build (you can see them in the
> "debian/rules" Makefile)
> I'll be working on my own packages in the next few days, but if I can
> find some free time I might try producing a SlackBuild script for it.
That would be very nice of you, as pico2wave is as far as I know the
best if not the only application that read a text file and output a
sound file like a .wav usable on Linux
This is of course very useful, noticeably for visually impaired people
who can then hear the text.
> : https://packages.debian.org/testing/sound/libttspico-utils
> Alan Alberghini
> SBo clone: GitHub <https://github.com/414n/slackbuilds.org>
> On 13/06/2018 23:45, Didier Spaier wrote:
>> I want to compile the pico2wave app that is part of svox.
>> I tried to get the Debian package and deps:
>> libpopt0_1.16-11_amd64.deb # Not seure I need this one)
>> then used deb2tg to make "Slackware" packages.
>> Of course I need to move some files in their right place,
>> But also I came across a segmentation fault trying to run pico2wave.
>> Before I investigate further (files not where they should be, versions
>> mismatch, etc.), I would like to know if their is a relatively simple
>> way to compile this stuff from source on Slackware (as does Debian).
>> I could have a look at how the Debian maintainer (Samuel Thibault) does,
>> but maybe there is a less time consuming way?
>> I could request clues from Samuel, but he is already more than busy.
>> Arch Linux has a pacakage in the AUR, but they seem to repackage the
>> Debian binaries:
>> TIA for any clue,
>> PS I would also use the Python script picospeaker from Kyle:
>> if I can solve this issue.
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