|Jade Levesque fdb5f37f59 Added the limit option||2 months ago|
|COPYING||2 months ago|
|README.md||2 months ago|
|pronounce.sh||2 months ago|
Plays/downloads the Wiktionary pronunciation of a word.
Usage: "pronounce.sh WORD [limit -po filename]"
If you use the limit option, then write a number-- then only that number of pronunciations (if available) will be played.
If you use the "-p" option, then instead of saving the pronunciation, it will be played.
If you use the "-o" option, then it will be saved to the specified filename.
If you use both ("-po"), then it'll do both.
Oh, and the options must come after the word.
There's a bloody eel in my hovercraft, dammit! How do I say hovercraft?
$ pronounce.sh hovercraft 1 -p
Only tested on OpenBSD's ksh, but it should work on bash and other modern shells.