There is an actual issue with the "Talkie" library.
On operating systems that have file systems that support upper and lower case
characters in filenames, it will not compile "as is".
That is because the main library file
talkie.cpp includes the file "Talkie.h" and "Talkie.h" does not exist.
The header file name is "talkie.h" not "Talkie.h".
Since all the examples include the proper header file name, the
easiest solution is to go modify talkie.cpp and change
line 11 from
This is one of the errors that gets masked from only working on Windows machines.
I opened an issue for it on the github project.