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  • Mar 30 2016 22:24
    DarkmatterVale opened #7
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    DarkmatterVale opened #3
Iris Johnson
@modwizcode
Might be best eat to
*way to learn
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
I'm doing a pretty big overhaul of the code right now
I will look into that once I'm done with the rewrite
I fixing a bunch of errors and beginning work on the input processor
*I am fixing
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
Ok so the java speech api won't work for me. I'm getting a null pointer with desc = Central.createRecognizer(new EngineModeDesc()) desc.allocate()
new EngineModeDesc(LOCALE.English)*
Russell Greene
@russelltg
where is the exception? on allocate()?
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
yep
Russell Greene
@russelltg
so the problem is in createRecognizer
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
yep
Thee docs say it gives null if there's no local available
Russell Greene
@russelltg
local or locale?
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
locale
Russell Greene
@russelltg
okay
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
Hi
Russell Greene
@russelltg
hello senor
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
hahaha
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
hi
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
@vincentes Can you push your code to Github?
Russell Greene
@russelltg
yee
that way we can debug
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
And I can see the program
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
sure
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
Thank you
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
well.. I'm just testing the api
haven't done any real progress
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
Oh, ok
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
yeah sorry
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
I thought you had the base source code and are testing the speech API within that :D
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
I have some stuff planned out, I need to get the api working though
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
Cool, ok
Ah, so you are using CMUSphinx?
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
so here's the full test
    public static void main(String args[]) {
        try {
            // Create a synthesizer for English
            Synthesizer synth = Central.createSynthesizer(
                    new SynthesizerModeDesc(Locale.ENGLISH));

            // Get it ready to speak
            synth.allocate();
            synth.resume();

            // Speak the "Hello world" string
            synth.speakPlainText("Hello, world!", null);

            // Wait till speaking is done
            synth.waitEngineState(Synthesizer.QUEUE_EMPTY);

            // Clean up
            synth.deallocate();
        } catch (Exception e) {
                e.printStackTrace();
        }
    }
It's a different test, but it's not working either
java.lang.NullPointerException
at DevAssist.main(DevAssist.java:21)
which woud be -> synth.allocate();
That also happens with the recognizer
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
Sounds like you have a memory issue
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
could be a lib dependency issue maybe?
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
It appears this is using javax
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
yes
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
Which should be included in the default Java installation...
Vicente Bermúdez
@vincentes
no, it's not
from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/jsapifaq-135248.html
Where can I get the Java Speech API (JSAPI)?
The Java Speech API (JSAPI) is not part of the JDK and Sun does not ship an implementation of JSAPI. Instead, we work with third party speech companies to encourage the availability of multiple implementations.
Victor Tolpegin
@DarkmatterVale
FreeTTS looks old