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From Василий Саржинский <vasiliy.sarzhins...@mail.ru>
Subject Re[2]: Apache Tika for Android
Date Thu, 29 Aug 2013 15:35:47 GMT
 Hi, Oleg!

Thanks a lot for your response.
Yes, Tika is written on Java and so it can run on any JVM. But Android work in DVM (Dalvik
Virtual Machine), and so I don't understand, how it can work in Android. 
Tika depends on pdfbox, and pdfbox depends on other libraries, that exist in .jar. But on
Android for running I need code (not jar). Could you, please, understand me that?

Thanks!  


Четверг, 29 августа 2013, 18:17 +03:00 от Oleg Tikhonov <olegtikhonov@gmail.com>:
>Hi, Vasily,
>Welcome aboard ! 
>Just keep in mind, Tika is written on Java, so it can run on any JVM which supports that.
>For starters please refer to:  http://tika.apache.org/1.4/gettingstarted.html
>Generally, Tika supports extracting most known type including PDFs.
>Apache Tika is Apache Software License v.2, see  http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
.
>Yes, it can be used for commerce (development & sale).
>
>Hope, it helps.
>
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>On Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 4:55 PM, Василий Саржинский  < vasiliy.sarzhinskiy@mail.ru
> wrote:
>>
>>Hello!
>>
>>Is Apache Tika extract text from pdf file into txt on Android?
>>Is Apache Tika free for commercial use (for development)?
>>Thanks!
>>
>>
>>With Best Regards,
>>Vasiliy Sarzhinskiy


With Best Regards, 
Vasiliy Sarzhinskiy
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