i have compiled the espeak tts system with djgpp. thanks to Eric and
Jonathan (autor of espeak).

To compile espeak you must do the following:

Download the latest test archiv of espeak from


You must use the linux binary and source package.

unzip the espeak-1-28.07.zip with the unzip32.exe of djgpp.

unzip32 espk1287.zip
cd espeak-1.07
copy platform\dos\*.* src\.
cd src
make -f makefile.dj

After that, you must copy the speak.exe .

copy speak.exe ..\.
cd ..

You can use now speak.exe to produce wave-files or files with phonemes for

speak.exe --voices  will list all availeble voices.

speak.exe -v de -w test.wav "Guten Tag und auf Wiedersehen."

will create a wave file test.wav

speak -v de -f test.txt -w test.wav

will create a wave-file test.wav from the file test.txt.

speak -v mb\mb-de5 -f test.txt >test.pho

will create a file test.pho from the file test.txt, that you can use with



P.s.:  is ther a djgpp-port of the portaudio-lib?

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