Demo processor to illustrate the OCR-D/core Python API
:TODO: write docs 🙂
pip3 install ocrd_vandalize
Clone the repository and
cd into it:
git clone https://github.com/OCR-D/ocrd_vandalize cd ocrd_vandalize
If needed, create a virtual environment for Python 3
successfully with Python 3.7), activate it, and install ocrd_vandalize.
python3 -m venv $HOME/venv-ocrd source $HOME/venv-ocrd/bin/activate make install
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