[Festival-libestools]Can someone show me the magic to compile the libestools?

Danesh Mirza daneshmirza at gmail.com
Thu Oct 23 09:54:48 UTC 2008

On 10/23/08, yueyu lin <popeyelin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, dear developers,
>   I'm a voice application developer. Recently I use the Festival in our
> project. First, I downloaded the festival and speech tools source codes and
> compile them in my Ubuntu8.04. Then I wrote a test C++ application which can
> run well to invoke the libFestival as part of the application. Then I use
> JNI to wrap them to a Java interface. Unfortunately the same native codes
> implementation crashed JVM every time. Thanks to the open source codes, I
> can track it's because of the libestools crashed the JVM--- but the native
> application runs well. When I finally plan to give up and try to use the
> festival client, I installed the festival and the libest from Ubuntu
> repository. Actually, they have the same newest version. When I recompile
> the native codes after removing the -L option, the magic happened-- it
> works, no codes change at all!  I really got confused I even use the same
> configuration in speech_tools-- enable SHARED, why my homebrewed library
> will always crash the JVM? BTW: the JVM indicates the libestools use invalid
> memory address.
>   I really want get the answer from the maintainer of the Ubuntu
> Festival-libestools. Can you give me some clues about how you set the
> compilation options? Since Ubuntu is only my work station, our real
> production platform is RHEL and CentOS(sadly, our Ops think they are
> enterprise level Linux, although I don't agree it that much...), I want to
> use the same compilation options for our production boxes so my application
> can run in these boxes well.
>   Thanks a lot!
> --
> --
> Yueyu Lin

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