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Re: [SpeechIO-28] /'s in Speechd.sub
look in your headers, see which address the list is sending to.
you'll see something like:
bob=host.com would be your email address.
copy that and email:
,----[ On Mon, Aug 09, at 03:29PM, Eugene Y. Vasserman wrote: ]--------------
| I can't seem to unsubscribe from the list. Can anyone help me? I email
| email@example.com and reply to confirm. Then I recieve a
| confirmation that I'm off the mailing list, but I still get the emails.
| POroblem with the list?
| On Mon, Aug 09, 1999 at 01:54:40PM -0400, Darxus wrote:
| > On Mon, 9 Aug 1999, Posh Spice wrote:
| > > Hi,
| > >
| > > Is it just me, or do lines in speechd.sub like:
| > > 'd/l'=> 'download',
| > >
| > > not actually work?
| > That's correct. String substitution is currently only capable of
| > replacing strings of all letters. Since "/" is not a letter, string
| > substitution would look as "d" & "l" as 2 different strings, and ignore
| > the "/".
| > The current implimentation is done in what I consider a really
| > clean/eligant/efficant way, using hash table lookups.
| > To "fix" this problem, I believe I'd have to do it much less efficiently.
| > Using a foreach & doing a regex replacement for every key in the hash on
| > every line submitted to speechd.
| > I can do this. I suppose I should add a commandline flag/config file
| > variable. It's not like every PC that can handle festival/rsynth would
| > have any problem w/ the CPU load.
| > It's just the ineligance that bothers me :)
| > Thanks for bringing this up.
| > __________________________________________________________________
| > PGP fingerprint = 03 5B 9B A0 16 33 91 2F A5 77 BC EE 43 71 98 D4
| > firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.op.net/~darxus
| > Far Beyond Reason
| Eugene Y. Vasserman
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