According to its website, there are still updates being done to the software
(most recently April of this year). However, a quick read of the said
website sort of answers my question as it hasn't really been tested outside
of Debian/Ubuntu. If you're curious, have a look at
From: William Hubbs [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: May 29, 2009 3:40 PM
Subject: Re: [gentoo-accessibility] Voxin on Gentoo?
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On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 03:10:51PM -0400, James Homuth wrote:
> Somewhat related to my earlier discussion re: gentoo, orca and
> speakup, I'm wondering if anyone has had any sort of experience with
> getting Voxin to run on Gentoo in either Orca or Speakup. I've heard
> it sounds a little better than the Espeak voices, and works just as
> well if not somewhat better. As before, I'm just looking at my options
> right now so that when I do attempt the instalation, I know what I
> should be doing. Or, at least, have a better idea than I did a few
> days ago. Thanks for any information that can be provided on the subject.
I think voxin is viavoice right? If so I have no experience with it at all.
The disadvantage there is it hasn't been updated in years and you'll have to
install old glibc compatibility packages, etc.
If you do decide to do that, I am curious how it will go.
gentoo accessibility team lead
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