it works well. I've tried it now and seem to be working fine. The work-around in
the command-file isn't necessary anymore so I am very pleased.
At the moment I don't know it is the most reliable and complete solution; however word-doc
are added on the index so I am very happy. And in case I get aware of bugs I will 'ring the bell'.
>>> David L Norris <email@example.com> 12/02/01 05:21AM >>>
I've compiled catdoc natively for Win32. Supports long filenames and
such. There may be bugs with some features. Let me know how to
reproduce them if you find a bug. I'm posting this binary in case
someone might find it immediately useful.
Install this wherever you want:
Then replace catdoc.exe with this one:
I'll post sources at some point once I've taken the time to port it
properly. For the moment, I hacked up the DOS-specific code enough to
fix filename issues.
I might put together a filters add-on package to use with SWISH-E for
Windows. Anyone have any filters to suggest for inclusion in the
package? (Probably want to stick with GPL/LGPL, but, any ideas are
welcome.) My thought is that I could write out an example config file
containing entries for the installed filters. Maybe folks wouldn't have
so much trouble getting the correct entries.
Dave's Web - http://www.webaugur.com/dave/
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"I once went to the store to buy a computer but
the salesman tried to sell me windows instead..."
Received on Mon Dec 3 05:24:54 2001