Hi, I will try that. I had libzip installed, but not libzip-dev as I could not see a hint in the installation-manual (or did i overlook it?) that it’s needed.
I will try now with libzip-dev installed. BR, Christian Von: Janos SUTO <s...@acts.hu> Gesendet: Montag, 6. Mai 2019 11:33 An: Piler User <email@example.com> Betreff: Re: Indexation of Excel files newer than 2007 Newer office files, eg. xlsx, etc should be handled internally by the parser, provided that you have libzip package installed as well as the header files, libzip-dev or similar. Janos Christian Katterl Teamleader Technical IT Asamer Baustoffe AG Unterthalham Straße 2 4694 Ohlsdorf Austria tel +43 50 799 - 2511 mobile +43 664 811 54 99 c.katt...@asamer.at www.abag.at This message is confidential. It may not be disclosed to, or used by, anyone other than the addressee. If you receive this message by mistake, please advise the sender. Firmenbuch: Landesgericht Wels, FN: 407726y, ATU 68646334 ________________________________ From: Katterl Christian Sent: Mon May 06 10:19:07 GMT+02:00 2019 To: Piler User Subject: AW: Indexation of Excel files newer than 2007 Hello again, for docx, there would be: https://github.com/ankushshah89/python-docx2txt Unfortunately, I am not a software-developer to make the adoptions by myself. BR Christian Von: Martin Nadvornik <martin.nadvor...@diakonie.at<mailto:martin.nadvor...@diakonie.at>> Gesendet: Montag, 6. Mai 2019 09:46 An: Piler User <firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>> Betreff: Re: Indexation of Excel files newer than 2007 Hello Christian, catdoc is not capable of processing new office formats. As far as I know there is no intention for catdoc to implement this in a foreseeable future. The same problem exists for xls2csv. You could theoretically try to call unoconv (https://github.com/unoconv/unoconv) before catdoc, but it will probably have a big performance impact since it launches libre office / open office for the conversion. But if you try this I would be interested in your results since being limited to index only old office formats is also something we would like to overcome. Alternatively if you can find an open source software which is capable of efficiently extracting plain text from current office formats it should be easily implementable into piler (basically a few lines in extract.c as far as I can tell). For excel there is https://github.com/xevo/xls2csv and https://github.com/nagirrab/xls2csv which claim to be cabable of proccessing xlsx files. But I haven't looked into them yet. Kind Regards Martin Am 06.05.2019 um 06:45 schrieb Katterl Christian: Hello, Indexation of Excel files newer than Excel 2007 fails in my installation. I am using catdoc 0.95 and it tells: This file looks like ZIP archive or Office 2007 or later file. Not supported by catdoc The Excel-File has been created using Excel 2010. BR, Christian Christian Katterl Teamleader Technical IT [cid:image001.png@01D503F5.230293E0] Asamer Baustoffe AG Unterthalham Straße 2 4694 Ohlsdorf Austria tel +43 50 799 - 2511 mobile +43 664 811 54 99 email c.katt...@asamer.at<mailto:c.katt...@asamer.at> www.abag.at<https://www.abag.at> This message is confidential. It may not be disclosed to, or used by, anyone other than the addressee. If you receive this message by mistake, please advise the sender. Firmenbuch: Landesgericht Wels, FN: 407726y, ATU 68646334