Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Drive Letter being included when generating dirname.talk files
Re: Drive Letter being included when generating dirname.talk files
From: Dj paddy <dj.paddy_at_ntlworld.com>
Date: Tue, 9 Nov 2004 22:02:30 -0000
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Wolven" <brian.wolven_at_verizon.net>
Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 2004 1:53 AM
Subject: Re: Drive Letter being included when generating dirname.talk files
> Dj paddy wrote:
>> Hi Brian.
>> It's still doing it. I've set filenaming to False for this test.
>> It only pronounces JBooks
>> Not JBooks John Grishim. Or J John Grishim.
>> Which is the same the other file did. The log file contents are below.
>> Encoding application: C:\Program Files\Lame\lame.exe
>> Folder: j:Books voiced
>> -->Speaking j:Books
>> -->Encoding j:Books\_dirname.wav
>> -->Storing j:Books\_dirname.talk
>> "C:\Program Files\Lame\lame.exe" -m m -b 24 -S "j:Books\_dirname.wav"
>> -->Deleting file j:Books\_dirname.wav
>> Folder: J:\Books\John Grishim voiced
>> -->Speaking John Grishim
> Ah, I think I get it now. You're using the command line interface or
> typing j:books at the prompt, correct? The script assumes that paths are
> specified in this format:
> so that there is always a backslash before the name of the folder. The
> backslash is always there if you drag and drop, but apparently it accepts
> a typed path without the "\" and processes it just fine - except that it
> doesn't know where in the path to truncate things to get just that last
> part of the folder name - the part that is actually spoken. I can fix the
> script to check for an entry like this, but in the meantime just type the
> path like so
> and it should work just fine.
Received on 2004-11-12