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Text to speak converter, .dll

manolo pantermoz

Joined: Dec 12, 2011
Posts: 2
I have an issue. I try to integrate a “text to speech converter” into an already existing project in Net beans. The only one I found that supports my language (Greek) requires a .dll so it can be putted in the source file (however I don't have a clue if this will work). I also tried to use FreetSS1.2 but the results were rather disappointed (possibly I have done it in the wrong way).
Any help will be welcome…
Paul Clapham

Joined: Oct 14, 2005
Posts: 19869

There won't be any point in using that in a JSP. That's because a JSP runs on the server and generates HTML to be sent to the client. I'm sure your goal is not to have the server speaking out loud into the server room.
Bear Bibeault
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