Le 04.02.2014 11:08, Peter West a écrit :
If you write the files out as .fodt (Flat XML) files from within LO,
you will have straight XML files to compare.
Beyond that, you could get the tika-app.jar from the Apache Tika
project, which will let you extract plain text from the .fodt files
and directly from the .odt files.
The problem is that I am not the author of those files. But you are
true, I could simply copy the text in a file of better format... I
should have thought about that myself btw... so obvious.
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