Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 867162
festival-speechtools header installation is broken
Last modified: 2017-12-06 06:31:27 EST
Description of problem:
Attempting to build Fawkes in epel. Fawkes uses the EST speech features. The headers in all of the subdirectories of /usr/include/speech_tools contain a folder named EST containing more header files. However, the headers in /usr/include/speech_tools expect headers to be directly in each subdirectory.
For example, the error:
/usr/include/speech_tools/EST_THash.h:48:36: error: instantiate/EST_THashI.h: No such file or directory
EST_THash.h expects EST_THashI.h to be in ./instantiate/ but it's really in ./instantiate/EST/instantiate/
Another example, the error:
/usr/include/speech_tools/EST_track_aux.h:132: error: 'EST_Relation' has not been declared
EST_track_aux.h includes "ling_class/EST_Relation.h" However, EST_Relation.h is really located at ling_class/EST/EST_Relation.h
I think the all the extraneous subdirectories should be removed so that the headers are internally consistent and usable.
Faild build logs:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Try building anything including festival/festival.h
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install festival-devel
2. Create a file with the following:
int main (int argc, char *argv)
3. Build with the following:
g++ -o ftest ftest.cc -I/usr/include/festival
Build failure, missing several headers
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