From: Dom Lachowicz <cinamod@ho...> - 2001-12-13 17:01:10
Please ignore these warnings. They really aren't errors, and your output
document (HTML) should be fine.
>From: Zanotti Michele <zanotti.m@...>
>Subject: [Wvware-users] Problems with wvware on win 2000
>Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 17:53:45 +0100
>First, excuse me for my bad english. I'll try to describe my problem.
>I'm tryng using wvware 0.7 (binaries) on Windows 2000 pro with word XP, and
>I have set wvware.exe directory path in the path variable. When I launch
>command "wvware.exe" from dos prompt, in whatever directory I am, I receive
>the correct (I think)answer:
>But if I attempt a conversion with command "wvware.exe -x wvhtml.xml
>mypath\mydoc.doc" and I'm not in directory where is wvware.exe, I have the
>I can't mmap the file, falling back to slower methodDiagnostic:
>(./wvWare.c:1541) Diagnostic (./wvWare.c:400).
>Instead, if I am in wvware.exe directory I have the conversion, but with
>I can't mmap the file, falling back, falling bag to slower method<DOCTYPE +
>the rest of html convertion.
>Where I'm getting wrong? Can you explain me the sense of these messages?
>Excuse me if my errors are trivial.
>Thank you very much.
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