VietOCR v0.9.6 & VietOCR.NET v0.6 Releases

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nguyenq

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Nov 3, 2008, 6:26:31 PM11/3/08
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Java & .NET GUI frontend for Tesseract OCR engine. Provides character
recognition support for TIFF, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP image formats, and
multi-page images.

The latest releases include:

* Integrated scanning support via WIA Automation Library v2.0
* Localization of UI
* Fixed an error with path in Linux
* Additional instruction for configuring Tesseract on Linux

http://vietocr.sf.net

74yrs old

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Nov 3, 2008, 8:34:44 PM11/3/08
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Hi,
Is it ;possible to use your Java GUI frontend for  Kannada also and if so how to do?.  This is first time I am using Java - which is new to me.
With Regards,
-sriranga(76yrsold)

nguyenq

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Nov 3, 2008, 10:05:49 PM11/3/08
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Sure, you can. The program requires only JRE 6 to run. Just copy the
appropriate language data files into the tessdata folder. You can even
have the UI in Kannada if you localize the text in the resource
bundle.

74yrs old

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Nov 3, 2008, 11:59:15 PM11/3/08
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Hi Nguyenq,
Thanks for the information. I shall install and have handson experience. since I am new to Java, please guide me step by step to install in XP platform. I don't have JRE6. wehther it is bundle with your software?
With regards,
-sriranga(76yrsold)

Hussein

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Nov 4, 2008, 12:19:09 AM11/4/08
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You can get the latest Java JDK separately or bundled with NetBeans from:
 
http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp
 
For the bundled version, use the: JDK 6 Update 10 with NetBeans 6.1; I have been using it and it is great.  I am a C++ programmer when it comes to image processing but now I am trying it in Java for fun.  It is much easier to load images, view them, convert between formats, and saving them in Java.  As for processing, it is much faster in C++ and also more secure since people do reverse engineer any Java code with publically accessible tools that convert .class to .java.  Please correct me if I am wrong or not up-to-date on this.
 
The Sun site has also documentation (downloadable) and a tutorial if you need.
 
Hopefully, Nguyeng will post what Siranqa (76yrsold) here so we too will benefit from the installation of Tesseract GUI in Java.
 
Hussein Al-Hussein





Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2008 10:29:15 +0530
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74yrs old

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Nov 4, 2008, 12:23:48 AM11/4/08
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Hi,
Whether  compare two text files(utf-8) program is available?
In the output text mispelling of characters with reference to input text should be highlighted by way of color  etc
for exmple. 
Input: Whether  compare two text files program
output: whedther  compare  three text fires protect
regards.

nguyenq

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Nov 4, 2008, 4:28:38 PM11/4/08
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WinMerge can compare two UTF-8-encoded text files with ease.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/winmerge/

On Nov 3, 11:23 pm, "74yrs old" <withblessi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> Whether  compare two text files(utf-8) program is available?
> In the output text mispelling of characters with reference to input text
> should be highlighted by way of color  etc
> for exmple.
> Input: Whether  compare two text files program
> output: *whedther*  compare * three* text* **fires* *protect*
> regards.

nguyenq

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Nov 4, 2008, 4:42:51 PM11/4/08
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Instructions for installation for JRE, and JDK, are given at:

http://java.sun.com/javase/6/webnotes/install/index.html

VietOCR requires no installation. Just unzip and double-click on the
JAR file. A Tesseract-2.03 Windows executable, along with English and
Vietnamese data, comes bundled with the distribution. You can add more
language support by copying language data files to the tessdata
directory. Check the ReadMe files for more details.

The project itself is NetBeans-based, so you can easily build it with
the provided source.

Regards,
Quan

On Nov 3, 11:19 pm, Hussein <al_om...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> You can get the latest Java JDK separately or bundled with NetBeans from:
>
> http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp
>
> For the bundled version, use the: JDK 6 Update 10 with NetBeans 6.1; I have been using it and it is great.  I am a C++ programmer when it comes to image processing but now I am trying it in Java for fun.  It is much easier to load images, view them, convert between formats, and saving them in Java.  As for processing, it is much faster in C++ and also more secure since people do reverse engineer any Java code with publically accessible tools that convert .class to .java.  Please correct me if I am wrong or not up-to-date on this.
>
> The Sun site has also documentation (downloadable) and a tutorial if you need.
>
> Hopefully, Nguyeng will post what Siranqa (76yrsold) here so we too will benefit from the installation of Tesseract GUI in Java.
>
> Hussein Al-Hussein
>
> Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2008 10:29:15 +0530From: withblessi...@gmail.comTo: tesseract-...@googlegroups.comSubject: Re: VietOCR v0.9.6 & VietOCR.NET v0.6 ReleasesHi Nguyenq,Thanks for the information. I shall install and have handson experience. since I am new to Java, please guide me step by step to install in XP platform. I don't have JRE6. wehther it is bundle with your software?With regards,-sriranga(76yrsold)On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 8:35 AM, nguyenq <nguyen...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Sure, you can. The program requires only JRE 6 to run. Just copy theappropriate language data files into the tessdata folder. You can evenhave the UI in Kannada if you localize the text in the resourcebundle.
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