Options and their meanings are:
-I Identify program name and version number, then exit.
-p paramfile Use the parameter file paramfile instead of the default parameter file. More information on the parameter file may be found in parfil(5).
-g glottalfile Read the glottal pulse shape and glottal area from the file glottalfile instead of the parameter file. The format for a glottal file is an ASCII file containing two lists of integers separated by spaces. The first list has 72 entries in the range -127 to +127 and represents the glottal pulse shape. The second list has 18 entries in the range 0 to 15 and represents the glottal area.
-o outname Selects binary output data format and filename.
-s Selects SPARC audio output. This is performed simultaneously with conversion and so may not keep up on loaded or slow systems.
-t Selects raw hexadecimal input in format produced by text-to-speech system.
1.0 - Mark Bishop and Paul Davies
2.1 - Mark Huckvale
1.0s - Mark Huckvale
1.1s - Andrew Breen
srusyn20 1.0 - Mark Huckvale