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Old 09-07-2006, 06:29 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Use Antiword instead of catdoc on Wintel

I've been integrating phpdig on a Windows 2003 serveur.

There's a problem with catdoc on this platform.
- The official provider of catdoc is not supporting windows but DOS.
- The unofficial provider of catdoc for windows is using an older version of the product.

I don't know about the new version but with the old here are the problems :
- images within document are not skipped. They are transformed into text ... So the result is a very huge text and a wrong indexing.
- performance are bad since the program is using "standard output" and is not offering "file output". phpdig is going faster when using "file output".
- You take the two points above a you just have an everlasting indexing process (+ your server climb to 99% CPU and you lost the contact with it).

I've tried antiword instead. The images are correctly skipped and the performance are 10 times faster.
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Old 10-04-2006, 01:24 AM   #2
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Thanks for pointing that out I shall look at using it to see how well it performs.
It is always good to read about other implementations.
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