Super solution for manipulating PDFs. You can imaging a PDF file to be a huge single hash. Investigate the hash (PDF file) with dump, get a feeling for the branches, manipulate everything according to your needs and write the hash back.
Many thanks for updating to new versions otherwise problems would arise with new PDFs.
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David, you made a good job!
It is a perfect tool to tailor the lpr-behaviour according to someones needs. I was looking for an alternative to the lpr.exe of MS-DOS because I had to submit the print file as another user I was logged in - and it works.
It was also very easy to add the "J"-Parameter to the cf-File by changing the easy understandable code of lpr.pm.
Today I extended the perl code for substituting lpq.exe and lprm.exe of MS-DOS to ask the printer for the job status and to remove jobs - works as expected.
Thank you very much.
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Great product. It is so simple to create web-applications with embedded perl code. Just write
<% my $name = "Rudolf"; %>
<a>My Name is <%=$name%>! And who are you?</a>
mix html with perl in the most intuitive way. I love it!
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PDF::Reuse made my life better. I had to collect 20000 pages from more than 10000 other pdfs spread over the filesystem and PDF::Reuse made the job perfect. Especially valueable is the possibility to write PDF-commands directly into the new document. Thanks to the author!
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