[Bug 623221] Re: hungarian language phoneme is broken and unusable

Jonathan Duddington jonsd at talktalk.net
Mon Aug 30 17:03:24 BST 2010

On 30 Aug, arky <rakesh_ambati at yahoo.com> wrote:
>  Samuel on debian BTS responds "That would completely break espeak on
> big-endian architectures. We need to find out why the hungarian files
> have troubles with the swapping."

I don't understand what the "debian/rules" file means, but the
espeak=phoneme-data program should only be used to convert the
little-endian version of espeak-data to a big-endian version for use on
big-endian systems.

espeak-data does not need conversion for use on little-endian systems.

Are you using the wrong endian version of espeak-data?

hungarian language phoneme is broken and unusable
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