Re: speechd-el on emacs as programming tool

wrt braille, could always have the server output to a braille device;
haven't looked at this, but shouldn't be too hard to do.

On 6/30/11, Kerneels Roos <kerneels@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Yeah, also seems a bit out dated -- they talk about the new
> speech-dispatcher and possible other solutions -- maybe even pre orca it
> seems?
> Still speechd-el seems to offer some advantages over emacspeak -- it's
> very light weight, has some kind of message priority system... see site.
> And it interfaces with BRLTTY for Braille.
> I'm slowly getting into emacspeak and it's by far the most promising
> *nix AT for technical work I've ever seen -- it really is great and has
> about a decade of work by Dr. T.V. Raman and others behind it. Coupled
> with emacs it is a winning solution, though steep learning curve as is
> the case with this kind of thing always.
> Alex's getting started document is very good also since it's easier
> reading than most other intros but still gets into real tasks near the
> end -- well done and thanks for your effort Alex:
> On 6/30/2011 3:58 PM, Ken Perry wrote:
>> Hmm nope I just use emacspeak it seems to cover much more then this.
>> ken
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>> Hi list,
>> Was looking at Braille output options for emacs and came across this:
>> Anyone have used this successfully?
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