It compiles and generates foo0.pdf now what?

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by: dylanmc
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Posted: October 17, 2008 06:25 by dave0875
Hi, I linked to the kenai subversion repository, downloaded your project and got it to compile. I even processed a pdf and got the foo version to come out, which looked very much like the original.

Where do you envision this going from here?
 
Posted: October 17, 2008 14:38 by dylanmc
Hey - I'm glad you're interested, and got that far!

My immediate plans are:

- refactoring the PDFParser class to allow documents to be programatically generated from scratch
- writing an example program that uses the existing code to reverse the order of pages in a document
- writing an example program that adds a watermark to each page
- writing some documentation

If you have any pet projects involving PDFs, I'd be happy to facilitate them!

dylan
 
Posted: October 18, 2008 22:34 by dylanmc
The current version of the library (subversion revision >=5) now has an example main (in PDFDocument) that reverses the pages of a document. The wiki's "sample uses" section has the key lines from this code. I'm not saying the library is usable for any purpose yet (see the todo's in the README), but it's getting there.
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