Package: libperlspeak-perl / 2.01-2

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Description: Fix spelling errors in POD
Author: Daniel Lintott <daniel@serverb.co.uk>
Forwarded: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=94643
Last-Update: 2014-04-11
--- a/lib/PerlSpeak.pm
+++ b/lib/PerlSpeak.pm
@@ -1060,7 +1060,7 @@
 
  # The default property settings should work in most cases. The exception is
  # if you want to use a tts system other than festival or cepstral. The rest
- # of the properties are included because I found them usefull in some instances.
+ # of the properties are included because I found them useful in some instances.
 
  $ps->{tts_engine} => $text; # Default is "festival_pipe"
  # Valid values are "festival", "festival_server", "festival_pipe", "espeak" or
@@ -1160,7 +1160,7 @@
  * Added funtionality for reading a text file. Method "say" will now take
     text or a file name as an argument. Also added method "readfile" which
     takes a file name as an argument. The property tts_file_command was also
-    added to accomodate tts systems other than festival or cepstral.
+    added to accommodate tts systems other than festival or cepstral.
 
  * Added funtionality for converting a text file to a wave file via the
     "file2wave" method and optionally the "file2wave_command" property.
@@ -1196,7 +1196,7 @@
     index or the letter of the first word in menu item to jump to that item.
 
  01/02/2008 ver 2.01
-  * Added suport for festival_server, festival_pipe, and espeak text to speech
+  * Added support for festival_server, festival_pipe, and espeak text to speech
     engines. This includes several methods and properties such as voice, pitch
     volume, and rate.