i am preparing trained data tool jtessboxeditor and qt-box-editor
in windows 10 after generated trained data i am implemented in dot net
application tesseract engine
Note: how to generate qt-box-editor trained data file. i can able to
prepared only box file and after setting i
Your question isn't hard to understand at all. A web app that does OCR
using tesseract. Simple. It's figuring out *how* to explain it that's hard.
E.g., in your first email in this thread, you write:
"I downloaded the tesseract-master.zip file, upload it to my web server and
I really don't think my question is that hard to understand or broad. All I
want to do is use tesseract-ocr in a web app on a apache http server like
the one I'm referring to in the image above. I have tried to search for a
working solution but I couldn't find anything useful. If I take the C++
On Monday, July 1, 2019 at 1:13:35 PM UTC+3, JB Data31 wrote:
> As a first step of a *tesseract* *androïd* use, I try/achieve the build
> of *tesseract* and execute with a shell on my device. That's not a stock
> way to execute app on Androïd, but very instructive.
> According NDK guides
> *This sounds like you downloaded the source of tesseract from github and
> uploaded it to your static file hosted php web server? Please correct me if
> I'm wrong.*
What I'm understanding is that the next best approach would be a node.js
server. I found a free node.js
I thought 4.1 only works on Linux for now?
On Monday, September 9, 2019 at 7:18:11 PM UTC+8, Aravindhan G wrote:
> Earlier builds of tesseract were working on windows 7, but newer build
> throw error -1073741795 when loading the library
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On Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 9:04 AM Nash Kwmz wrote:
> I thought 4.1 only works on Linux for now?
> On Monday, September 9, 2019 at 7:18:11 PM UTC+8, Aravindhan G wrote:
>> Earlier builds of tesseract were working on windows 7, but newer build
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