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EDIT: command updated to support accented characters!
Works in any of 58 google supported languages (some sound like crap, english is the best IMO).
You get a mp3 file containing your query in spoken language. There is a limit of 100 characters for the "q" parameter, so be careful. The "tl" parameter contains target language.
There are 4 alternatives - vote for the best!
say "hello world"
Usage: t2s 'How are you?'
Nice because it automatically names the mp3 file up to 15 characters
same but redirecting to player and putting whaever text line.. works on my ubuntu machine ...
Whatever arguments you pass will be spoken out loud. (Put it in a script or shell function.)
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