PDF::Reuse is a Perl module that can reuse and mass produce PDF documents. SYNOPSIS use PDF::Reuse;
PDF::Reuse is a Perl module that can reuse and mass produce PDF documents.
prText(100, 500, 'Hello World !');
The module produces PDF-1.4 files. Some features of PDF-1.5, like "object streams" and "cross reference streams", are supported, but only at an experimental level. More testing is needed. (If you get problems with a new document from Acrobat 6 or 7, try to save it or recreate it as a PDF-1.4 document first, before using it together with this module.)
Use your favorite program, probably a commercial visual tool, to produce single PDF-files to be used as templates, and then use this module to mass produce files from them.
(If you want small PDF-files or want special graphics, you can use this module also, but visual tools are often most practical.)
The module uses "XObjects" extensively. This is a format that makes it possible create big lists, which are compact at the same time.
The module gives you a good possibility to program at a "low level" with the basic graphic operators of PDF, if that is what you want to do. You can build your own libraries of low level routines, with PDF-directives "controlled" by Perl.
If you want, you get your new documents logged in a format suitable for archiving or transfer.
PDF::Reuse::Tutorial might show you best what you can do with this module.
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Download PDF::Reuse 0.33
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