I sent the following message on the Help Forum :
On our Compaq server with Unix 5.1 (tru64) we installed wvWare (0.6.5) with
zlib (1.1.3-3), png (1.0.12), freetype (2.0.4), libwmf (0.2.0), libxml2
(2.4.0) but without ImageMagick.
When we convert a Word document including images into Html, the images are
not converted : the final Html only contains text.
We get the following message :
Diagnostic: (./wvWare.c:1041) I have yet to do a wingdings to unicode
mapping table, if you know of one tell me
Diagnostic: (./wvWare.c:849) field began
Diagnostic: (./wvWare.c:860) this field has an associated embedded object
of id 3e3672c4
Diagnostic: (./field.c:339) command INCORPORER Word.Picture.8 , ret is 0
Diagnostic: (./wvWare.c:898) picture 0x01 here, at offset 0 in Data Stream,
obj is 0, ole is 0
Diagnostic: (./wvWare.c:921) 0x01 graphics not supported at the moment
Francis J. Franklin answered that I had to get the latest CVS (wv &
libwmf2) but I don't know how to do : I tried this :
setenv CVS_RSH ssh
cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@...:/cvsroot/wvware login
cvs -z8 -d:pserver:anonymous@...:/cvsroot/wvware co
sh autogen.sh --with-freetype=/usr/local --with-ttf=/usr/local
--with-png=/usr/local --with-zlib=/usr/local --with-xpm=/usr/local
aclocal: configure.in: 94: macro `AM_PROG_LIBTOOL' not found in library
**Error**: aclocal failed. This may mean that you have not
installed all of the packages you need, or you may need to
set ACLOCAL_FLAGS to include "-I $prefix/share/aclocal"
for the prefix where you installed the packages whose
What can I do now?
Thank you for your help
Mme Jacqueline SIGNORET
Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique
Centre de CADARACHE
DSM/DRFC/STEP/GSBD Bât 506/220
13108 Saint-Paul-lez-Durance Cedex
E-mail : eymin@...
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Fax : 33.04.42.25.26.61
From: F J Franklin <F.J.F<ranklin@sh...> - 2001-08-10 11:55:58
Hi, you won't have the autogen problem with CVS wv.
You can download fairly recent libwmf in distribution form from my
AM_PROG_LIBTOOL was removed from autoconf for a while, but I think it's
Francis James Franklin
`people who are strangers to liquor are incapable of talking about literature.'
Those refreshing words filled my head with the clarified butter of great
wisdom, removed all obstacles to understanding. Truly it was a case of:
`Open the gates of the throat and pour down a bucket of Maotai.' --- Mo Yan