pythonic interface to SAPI5?

Ramchandra Apte maniandram01 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 18 15:44:38 CEST 2012


A simple workaround is to use:
speak = subprocess.Popen("espeak",stdin = subprocess.PIPE)
speak.stdin.write("Hello world!")
time.sleep(1)
speak.terminate() #end the speaking


On 17 August 2012 21:49, Vojtěch Polášek <krecoun at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am developing audiogame for visually impaired users and I want it to
> be multiplatform. I know, that there is library called accessible_output
> but it is not working when used in Windows for me.
> I tried pyttsx, which should use Espeak on Linux and SAPI5 on Windows.
> It works on Windows, on Linux I decided to use speech dispatcher bindings.
> But it seems that I can't interrupt speech when using pyttsx and this is
> showstopper for me.
> Does anyone has any working solution for using SAPI5 on windows?
> Thank you very much,
> Vojta
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