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posted by DOS386(R), 23.02.2011, 06:17

Marcov wrote:

> > CHM - does the CHM reader in FP IDE work now ?
> Fine with FPC helpfiles.

And other CHM's ?

> Some hardening was done in the meantime. Starting with the next
> release (say 1-2 months), there will be a CHM commandline compiler too.

CHM creator ? I'd be happy with just a working reader, though ;-)

> Martha will switch RTF to HTM and back. Works OK.

Convert ? Does it work in DOS ?

> > DOCX - please boast with your progress, Ron
> Early days yet, but it IS working, and


:-) (if DOCX uses standard ZIP only, INFO-ZIP 16-bit would be better than bloated DGJPP 7-ZIP port)

DOCX file: (200 KiB)

> I have used Antiword in DOS - better than nothing by a long

What do you use now ?


Interesting ...

> 0.94.2 Feb 25 2005
> Now ole Root Entry is searched by entry type rather than by name.
> It is better fix for same problem which was fixed in 0.94.1.
> Fixed building of catppt postscript docs. It might be not qualify for
> release, but since I've lost archives and have no hope of recreating
> distribution with same SHA1 sum from working copy of repository
> which was left, I prefer to make new release.
> 0.94.1 Feb 09 2006
> Fixed some problems with OLE parsing. Fixed some issues with codepage
> search introduced in the 0.94. Fixed negative record length in ppt files.
> 0.94 May 02 2005
> Added catppt utility to process powerpoint files. Now xls2csv proprerly
> recognizes Mac and other codepages which Microsoft refers by
> numbers and other world by names. Support ansicpg command in RTF.
> Also lot of small bug fixes

Funny time hacks :-)

> There is no support for catdoc under Windows
> DOS catdoc is not intended to be used under windows.
> For example, it doesn't support long file names.

COOL :-)

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