This is a simple Node CLI translator via Google translate that uses Async/Await in Node 7 and a fallback to Promise in Node < 7. It is able to say your translation based on your operating system text-to-speech default.
npm install --global gtransit
npm run fun
Usage: gtransit [options] [command]Commands:translate|t [options] <yourText> just type yout "phrase" or wordlist|l List all available languagessearch|s <language> Search for shortcode of languagesOptions:-h, --help output usage information-V, --version output the version numberDefault:Source Language is EnglishTarget Language is EspanishUsage:$ gtransit t "Hello world" -s en -t fr$ gtransit t Hello -t ar$ gtransit l$ gtransit s czech$ gtransit s "Haitian Creole"Command: translate|t [options] <yourText>Options:-h, --help output usage information-s --source [sourceLang] This is original lang-t --target [targetLang] This is target lang--say This will say your translation.
Agnes, Kathy, Princess, Vicki, Victoria
Albert, Alex, Bruce, Fred, Junior, Ralph
Bad News, Bahh, Bells, Boing, Bubbles, Cellos, Deranged, Good News, Hysterical, Pipe Organ, Trinoids, Whisper, Zarvox
Voice parameter is not yet available. Uses whatever default system voice is set, ignoring voice parameter. Speed parameter is not yet available.
export method is not available.
Linux support involves the use of Festival, which uses decidedly less friendly names for its voices. Voices for
Festival sometimes need to be installed separately - you can check which voices are available by starting up Festival in interactive mode, typing
TAB. Then take the name of the voice you'd like to try, minus the parentheses, and pass it in to say.js.
export method is not yet available.
Try the following command to install Festival as well as a default voice:
sudo apt-get install festival festvox-kallpc16k
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Please do not use this package in production or for heavy usage.