Commit a8c288ff authored by Jerome Flesch's avatar Jerome Flesch

Make sure PyOCR is always capitalized the same way everywhere in the doc

Signed-off-by: Jerome Flesch's avatarJerome Flesch <jflesch@gmail.com>
parent 2a04cda5
# PyOCR
Pyocr is an optical character recognition (OCR) tool wrapper for python.
PyOCR is an optical character recognition (OCR) tool wrapper for python.
That is, it helps using OCR tools from a Python program.
It has been tested only on GNU/Linux systems. It should also work on similar
systems (*BSD, etc). It doesn't work on Windows, MacOSX, etc.
Pyocr can be used as a wrapper for google's
PyOCR can be used as a wrapper for google's
[Tesseract-OCR](http://code.google.com/p/tesseract-ocr/) or Cuneiform.
It can read all image types supported by
[Pillow](https://github.com/python-imaging/Pillow), including jpeg, png, gif,
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## Dependencies
* Pyocr requires python 2.7 or later.
* PyOCR requires python 2.7 or later.
* You will need [Pillow](https://github.com/python-imaging/Pillow)
or Python Imaging Library (PIL). Under Debian/Ubuntu, PIL is in
the package "python-imaging".
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## Copyright
Pyocr is released under the GPL v3+.
PyOCR is released under the GPL v3+.
tesseract.py:
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> print image_to_string(Image.open('test-european.jpg'), lang='fra')
COPYRIGHT:
Pyocr is released under the GPL v3.
PyOCR is released under the GPL v3.
Copyright (c) Samuel Hoffstaetter, 2009
Copyright (c) Jerome Flesch, 2011-2012
https://github.com/jflesch/python-tesseract#readme
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> print(image_to_string(Image.open('test-european.jpg'), lang='fra'))
COPYRIGHT:
Pyocr is released under the GPL v3.
PyOCR is released under the GPL v3.
Copyright (c) Samuel Hoffstaetter, 2009
Copyright (c) Jerome Flesch, 2011-2012
https://github.com/jflesch/python-tesseract#readme
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