new question for geoff, was quick unrtf question?
klewellen at shellworld.net
Tue Dec 10 15:54:08 UTC 2013
Hi again Geoff,
We do have xsltproc here at shellworld.
Equally there is a daisyTransform.xsl
file with my bookshare materials in each book.
when I run the line below though I am getting a shared object missing
error..but I may not be running it correctly.
to spare the list an exchange off topic, may i write you privately to
On Sun, 8 Dec 2013, Geoff Shang wrote:
> I'm not a Bookshare member as I'm not in the USA. But if what I've seen is a
> typical representation of Bookshare books, it's trivial to convert these to
> Assuming your book has the daisyTransform.xsl file included with it, and it's
> probably easy enough to get hold of if it doesn't, you can use xsltproc to
> convert it like so:
> xsltproc -o <outputfile.html> daisyTransform.xsl <inputfile.xml>
> When I first saw this thread, I was wondering if you were wanting to convert
> Word 2007/2010 docx files. These files are really zip files with an XML
> document and a bunch of related files.
> There is a transform called docs2html.xsl (don't remember if that's just what
> I called it or if it was originally called this) which you can use with
> xsltproc and unzip to convert docx files to html.
> A search for docx2html xsl will turn up a bunch of results, and I'm of course
> happy to send the XSL to anyone who wants it.
> I have a one-line shell script that takes the docx file as an argument and
> produces an HTML file with the same basename. The line of code is:
> unzip -p "$1" word/document.xml |xsltproc -o "`basename "$1" .docx`.html"
> docx2html.xsl -
> Note that this assumes a document created by Microsoft Word. Word always
> calls the XML file word/document.xml but there's no reason for it to be
> called this and apparently some other software packages use different names.
> finally, while installing xsltproc on this box just now to verify all this, I
> also noticed a Debian package called xmlto which is apparently a front-end to
> xsltproc and such that's meant to take some of the work out of all this.
> I've not tried it though.
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