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PDF::OCR still needed ?

Matt .
Hi Guys,

As PDF::OCR2 replaces PDF::OCR I wonder if this module is still needed
because of PDF::Burst

If someone has an actual checked list of the Perl Modules compared to
the needed packages that would be great.

Thanks,

Matt

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Re: PDF::OCR still needed ?

Thomas Eckardt/eck
If PDF::OCR2 is installed and can be loaded and is working, PDF::OCR is not loaded and PDF::Burst is not required.
So, PDF::OCR is a fallback for PDF::OCR2 load errors.

The missing modules (depending on your setup) an be found in 'assp/moduleLoadErrors.txt'.
The loaded modules are shown in 'assp/notes/loaded_perl_modules.txt'.

Thomas





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Hi Guys,

As PDF::OCR2 replaces PDF::OCR I wonder if this module is still needed
because of PDF::Burst

If someone has an actual checked list of the Perl Modules compared to
the needed packages that would be great.

Thanks,

Matt

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Re: PDF::OCR still needed ?

Matt .
OK, so if PDF::Burst is not needed because PDF::OCR2 is loaded, what
does replace PDF::Burst in that case ? I like to know for some more
modules what replaces what because it's kinda hard to findout and most
tuturials are installing most modules to make sure they don't miss
anything.

When you package the perl modules for Debian for an example, PDF::OCR
creates a file /usr/lib/ocr but libimage-ocr-tesseract creates one as
well.



2017-04-27 8:08 GMT+02:00 Thomas Eckardt <[hidden email]>:

> If PDF::OCR2 is installed and can be loaded and is working, PDF::OCR is not
> loaded and PDF::Burst is not required.
> So, PDF::OCR is a fallback for PDF::OCR2 load errors.
>
> The missing modules (depending on your setup) an be found in
> 'assp/moduleLoadErrors.txt'.
> The loaded modules are shown in 'assp/notes/loaded_perl_modules.txt'.
>
> Thomas
>
>
>
>
>
> Von:        "Matt ." <[hidden email]>
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> Hi Guys,
>
> As PDF::OCR2 replaces PDF::OCR I wonder if this module is still needed
> because of PDF::Burst
>
> If someone has an actual checked list of the Perl Modules compared to
> the needed packages that would be great.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Matt
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