There are a few gnome-speech-0.4.10 source files which try to include
the speak_lib.h header as
This does not succeed though, because /usr/local/include/espeak is not part
of the include path at compile time.
Fix: Either fix the broken #include lines as done in the attached patch or
automatically add /usr/local/include/espeak to the include path during
the "make patch" or "make configure" phases.
The preferred method to fixing this kind of problems is fixing the actual
#include lines, because espeak is an independent software package which
should keep its own headers under its own special directory anyhow.
Patch attached with submission follows:
How-To-Repeat: Just try to make the gnome-speech-0.4.10 port and you should see
the compilation fail unless you have added something to your
environment to add /usr/local/include/espeak to your include path.
Over to maintainer
This patch doesn't look right. Please provide more details such as log of
build failure, pkg_info and etc as explained in this URL below. Thanks.
I will taking a look at it when I am back in town on this Sunday, unless
someone want to take care of it before I do.
mezz 2007-04-09 17:32:52 UTC
FreeBSD ports repository
accessibility/gnome-speech Makefile pkg-plist
- Fix the '==' -> '=' in configure.
- Fix the build , dependency and plist if audio/espeak is installed in the
- Add a new knob, WITH_ESPEAK, with autocheck.
- Bump the PORTREVISION.
PR: ports/111217 
Reported by: Jukka A. Ukkonen <firstname.lastname@example.org> 
Revision Changes Path
1.26 +18 -1 ports/accessibility/gnome-speech/Makefile
1.4 +2 -0 ports/accessibility/gnome-speech/pkg-plist
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Fixed, wait for CVSup mirror to catch up.