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Espeak Error when Trying to Build Source

J.J. Meddaugh
Hello. I'm trying to set up NVA from Git so I can perhaps make some
contributions. I'm getting stuck when trying to use scons to build from
source however.

Here's what i did.

Forked the repo to my own jage9
downloaded the cloned copy using the --recursive option which got the
packages including espeak
Installed VB and latest Python 2.7


Ran scons scource, and then get this error
Building phonemes.
*** [include\espeak\espeak-ng-data\intonations] %1 is not a valid Win32
application. Hmm

There is no intonations directory in epseak-ng, just voices.

This is on Windows 10 creators. NVDA is in c:\git\nvda
Naturally, I'll set up the remote to the main branch, but wanted to get
this working first. I get the same error with or without that setup.
Tried removing the directory and redoing the steps just in case
something went amiss, but no go.

I'm sure this is some sort of newbie thing I'm missing, but any ideas
welcome.

Thanks in advance.

J


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Re: Espeak Error when Trying to Build Source

James Teh
At a guess, I'd say you installed the 64 bit Python instead of the 32 bit version. NVDA only works with 32 bit Python. If you have both, the 64 bit one might be the default, in which case you'd have to change the default or explicitly run scons.py (and all other NVDA scripts) with the 32 bit one.

On Mon, Apr 24, 2017 at 10:38 AM, J.J. Meddaugh <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello. I'm trying to set up NVA from Git so I can perhaps make some
contributions. I'm getting stuck when trying to use scons to build from
source however.

Here's what i did.

Forked the repo to my own jage9
downloaded the cloned copy using the --recursive option which got the
packages including espeak
Installed VB and latest Python 2.7


Ran scons scource, and then get this error
Building phonemes.
*** [include\espeak\espeak-ng-data\intonations] %1 is not a valid Win32
application. Hmm

There is no intonations directory in epseak-ng, just voices.

This is on Windows 10 creators. NVDA is in c:\git\nvda
Naturally, I'll set up the remote to the main branch, but wanted to get
this working first. I get the same error with or without that setup.
Tried removing the directory and redoing the steps just in case
something went amiss, but no go.

I'm sure this is some sort of newbie thing I'm missing, but any ideas
welcome.

Thanks in advance.

J


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