Antti Rauramo (email@example.com)
Mon, 08 Feb 1999 15:23:53 +0200
> Hi all!
> I'm having bit of a trouble indexing pdf-documents with htdig. Seems
> that acroread -toPostScript converts the iso-latin characters (ń÷ň─Í┼
> etc) in a way htdig doesn't recognize. I can make a perl wrapper that'd
> convert the characters acroread makes to the normal format, but htdig
> doesn't seem to recognize find them anyway. With html documents
> everything works out fine.
Ookay, quoting on myself... To reform the question and maybe get an answer:
How does htdig want the iso-latin characters in PostScript files to
It seems that the characters are from the mac charset, since the pdf's were
made with macs. I've a wrapper that runs acroread and converts the
characters to the PC format, and now they show up ok in the $(EXCERPT), but
searching them produces no hits on the pdf-files. Again all ok on the
What acroread (and pdftops for that matter) produce is \202, which maps to
a weird character in the excerpt. I've tried \344, ń, ä, but none
seems to work. To first ones are correct in the excerpt.
Htmerge -v reveals that htdig has not correctly mapped the characters.
Now I'm trying to add 0212 -> 'ń' etc to PDF::addToString PDF.cc, still
with no luck on searching, excerpt ok, but not hits.
Running ht://Dig 3.1.0b4 on Solaris 2.6, with acroread v. 3.01 for Unix.
LC_CTYPE, or locale, is iso_8859_1.
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