Decodes MS Word files into plain text or TeX format
Catdoc is a MS Word file decoding tool that doesn't attempt to
analyze file formatting (it just extracts readable text), but
is able to handle all versions of Word and convert character
encodings. A Tcl/Tk graphical viewer is also included. It can
also read RTF files and convert Excel and PowerPoint files.
CATDOC version 0.93
CATDOC is program which reads MS-Word file and prints readable
ASCII text to stdout, just like Unix cat command.
It also able to produce correct escape sequences if some UNICODE
charachers have to be represented specially in your typesetting system
such as (La)TeX.
This is completely new version of catdoc, rewritten from scratch.
It features runtime configuration, proper ch
0.90.1 Nov 26 1998
Top-level Makefile now uses $MAKE instead of make
fixed missing end-line escaping in wordview.tcl
All occurences of strcpy, strcat and sprinf investigated
to avoid buffer overflows.
0.90 Oct 29 1998
Fixed bug with charset names redeclared locally in main()
Fixed problem in configure with wish 8.0.3
Catdoc considered to be stable enou
catdoc - reads MS-Word file and puts its content as plain
text on standard output
catdoc [-vlu8btawxV] [-m number] [ -s charset] [ -d charset]
[ -f output-format] file
catdoc behaves much like cat(1) but it reads MS-Word file and
catppt - reads
wordview - disp
xls2csv - reads
* support dual-byte (CJK) encodings as output
* Find a way to extract rowspan information from XLS
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Version 2, June 1991
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