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python2-SpeechRecognition-3.8.1-lp151.2.1 RPM for noarch

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Name: python2-SpeechRecognition Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.1
Version: 3.8.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp151.2.1 Build date: Fri Dec 21 11:49:55 2018
Group: Development/Languages/Python Build host: lamb21
Size: 244572 Source RPM: python-SpeechRecognition-3.8.1-lp151.2.1.src.rpm
Summary: Library for performing speech recognition, with support for several engines
SpeechRecognition Library for performing speech recognition, with support for several engines and APIs, online and offline.

The Speech recognition engine/API supports CMU Sphinx (works offline), Google Speech Recognition,
Google Cloud Speech API,, Microsoft Bing Voice Recognition, Houndify API and
IBM Speech to Text






* Tue Dec 04 2018 Matej Cepl <>
  - Remove superfluous devel dependency for noarch package
* Thu May 03 2018
  - Run spec_cleaner
* Thu May 03 2018
  - Add fix-readme.patch to keep clear that the flac binaries and third-party
    source files are removed and are not used by the python-SpeechRecognition
* Fri Jan 05 2018
  - Update to version 3.8.1
    * Snowboy hotwords support for highly efficient, performant listening.
      This is implemented as the snowboy_configuration parameter of
    * Configurable Pocketsphinx models - you can now specify your own acoustic
      parameters, language model, and phoneme dictionary, using the language
      parameter of recognizer_instance.recognize_sphinx.
    * audio_data_instance.get_segment(start_ms=None, end_ms=None) is a new method
      that can be called on any AudioData instance to get a segment of the audio
      starting at start_ms and ending at end_ms. This is really useful when you
      want to get, say, only the first five seconds of some audio.
    * The stopper function returned by listen_in_background now accepts one
      parameter, wait_for_stop (defaulting to True for backwards compatibility),
      which determines whether the function will wait for the background thread
      to fully shutdown before returning. One advantage is that if wait_for_stop
      is False, you can call the stopper function from any thread!
    * New example, demonstrating how to simultaneously listen to and recognize
      speech with the threaded producer/consumer pattern:
    * Various improvements and bugfixes:
    * Python 3 style type annotations in library documentation.
    * recognize_google_cloud now uses the v1 rather than the beta API.
    * recognize_google_cloud now returns timestamp info when the show_all
      parameter is True.
    * recognize_bing won't time out as often on credential requests, due to a
      longer default timeout.
    * recognize_google_cloud timeouts respect
      recognizer_instance.operation_timeout now.
    * Any recognizers using FLAC audio were broken inside Linux on Docker -
      this is now fixed.
    * Various documentation and lint fixes.
    * Lots of small build system improvements.
* Wed Nov 15 2017
  - Added python-SpeechRecognition-common-en-US package to install the
    pocketsphinx-data directory in a common place for python2 and python3
* Mon Sep 04 2017
  - Initial release of python-SpeechRecognition 3.7.1



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