Create documents directory when needed for tessdata #4

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hiltonc commented Dec 18, 2012

On a different computer, when running unit tests involving tesseract-ios, I found the documents directory did not exist, causing tesseract to fail. This commit creates the documents directory, which solves this problem and fails silently when not required.

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ldiqual commented Jan 2, 2013

Are you sure it is a problem related to iOS? I think it should only happen if you use the wrapper in an OSX environment. Could you please confirm this?

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hiltonc commented Jan 2, 2013

Correct, it is only a problem on Mac OS X. I only run across it because I use unit tests.

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@ldiqual ldiqual Merge pull request #4 from hiltonc/master
Create documents directory when needed for tessdata
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@ldiqual ldiqual merged commit 4f93be0 into ldiqual:master Jan 2, 2013

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ldiqual commented Jan 2, 2013

Ok, I wasn't confortable with the fact that you're creating a new directory (possibly on a read-only filesystem) but as we are copying tessdata files anyway...
Thanks for your contribution, this is much appreciated ;)

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