On Sun, 2002-02-24 at 17:09, Gaye Karagulle wrote:
> I want to learn that if I can use swish-e in Windows
> environment, to extract the keywords (with their
> frequencies) of MS Word or txt documents.
You'll need to read the manual section on how to use filters. You'll
want catdoc or something similar to have SWISH-E filter the Word
documents. Anything which filters Word docs into XML, HTML, or text
should be usable.
Document Filter Directives:
A native version of catdoc for Windows:
I wouldn't use any other version of catdoc with SWISH-E. I ported this
version to Win32. The DOS version doesn't work correctly with SWISH-E.
> I don't have time to read all the documentation, can
> you give me a clue about where I can find the
> documentation only for "running in Windows
There is nothing system specific in SWISH-E. It should work exactly the
same between Windows, Unix and any other system. If it doesn't then
it's probably a bug.
Current SWISH-E Manual:
Current Windows build of SWISH-E:
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Received on Mon Feb 25 06:21:41 2002