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.
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.
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!