On 9/14/06, Charles Pilger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On 9/14/06, Ricardo Carlini Sperandio <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>   Uma forma de resolver esse problema seria diponibilizar os textos
> alem do formato PDF (ou PS ou DVI)  em TEX, isso permitiria ao
> interessados modifica-lo, utilizando para isso uma ferramenta bem
> "bacana" (latex) e ao nao interessados haveria a versao "ja pronta"...

TEX???? Puta que o pariu... Chega, vou calar sobre o assunto.

quer texto? toma!

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ apt-cache show xpdf-utils
Package: xpdf-utils
Priority: optional
Section: universe/text
Installed-Size: 3420
Maintainer: Hamish Moffatt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Architecture: i386
Source: xpdf
Version: 3.01-1ubuntu1
Provides: pdf-viewer, postscript-preview
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3.4-1), libgcc1 (>= 1:4.0.1), libpaper1,
libstdc++6 (>= 4.0.1), xpdf-common (= 3.01-1ubuntu1)
Suggests: pdftk
Conflicts: xpdf-i (<= 0.90-8), xpdf (<= 0.93-6)
Filename: pool/universe/x/xpdf/xpdf-utils_3.01-1ubuntu1_i386.deb
Size: 1306782
MD5sum: 4aea67c9b33ec11131a0e49676c957f4
Description: Portable Document Format (PDF) suite -- utilities
xpdf is a suite of tools for Portable Document Format (PDF) files. (These are
sometimes called 'Acrobat' files after the name of Adobe's PDF software.)
.
This package contains pdftops (PDF to PostScript converter),
pdfinfo (PDF document information extractor), pdfimages
(PDF image extractor), **pdftotext** (PDF to text converter), and
pdffonts (PDF font analyzer).
.
To view PDF files, see the xpdf-reader package. That package
also contains pdftoppm (PDF to Portable Bitmap converter).
Bugs: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Origin: Ubuntu

resultado do livro de Camões:
http://rapidshare.de/files/33103646/ua000178.txt.html

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