flite 2.1-release-3 source package in Ubuntu

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flite (2.1-release-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * control: Bump Standards-Version to 4.2.0 (no changes).
  * tests/control: Add autopkgtest.
  * patches/64bit: Fix 64bit detection (Closes: Bug#910792).

 -- Samuel Thibault <email address hidden>  Sun, 21 Oct 2018 14:47:25 +0200

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flite: Small run-time speech synthesis engine

 Flite is a small fast run-time speech synthesis engine. It is the
 latest addition to the suite of free software synthesis tools
 including University of Edinburgh's Festival Speech Synthesis System
 and Carnegie Mellon University's FestVox project, tools, scripts and
 documentation for building synthetic voices. However, flite itself
 does not require either of these systems to run.
 .
 It currently only supports the English and Indic languages.
 .
 This package contains the executables and documentation.

flite-dbgsym: No summary available for flite-dbgsym in ubuntu eoan.

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flite1-dev: No summary available for flite1-dev in ubuntu eoan.

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libflite1: Small run-time speech synthesis engine - shared libraries

 Flite is a small fast run-time speech synthesis engine. It is the
 latest addition to the suite of free software synthesis tools
 including University of Edinburgh's Festival Speech Synthesis System
 and Carnegie Mellon University's FestVox project, tools, scripts and
 documentation for building synthetic voices. However, flite itself
 does not require either of these systems to run.
 .
 It currently only supports the English and Indic languages.
 .
 This package contains the shared library objects of Festival Lite

libflite1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libflite1