[Wine] Bringing Vista's Speech Recognition Engine to Linux via Wine
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Mon Nov 3 10:30:40 CST 2008
I have RSI (hurty hands) and need software for recognition of continuous speech.
Linux has nothing workable. Dragon was bad even on Windows.
What's needed is a Linux speech engine, so that the linux crew can get making a good GUI.
So I'm trying to bring over the Vista Speech Engine. Here's my (failed) attempt: http://womblezone.blogspot.com/
I'm trying to bring it over with the GUI (Speech Assistant). Idea being if that works, it's proof the engine's ported correctly. Well it's not working.
This fails. with the following error:
wine: Call from 0x4b4775ab to unimplemented function USER32.dll.ChangeWindowMessageFilter, aborting
I'm stymmied. I looked up this function on MSDN and it looks like a whole subsystem that isn't implemented. Tomorrow I will try compiling a 'hello world' style speechapp from the WindowsSDK and see if I can port that. But I think this venture is beyond me.
Please please please lend a hand! This is such valuable work! I want to use Linux _so_ much, but I will cripple myself if I continue typing like this.
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