Pdftk for Mac OS X 2.02 freeware
PDFtk Server is our command-line tool for working with PDFs. It is commonly used for client-side scripting or server-side processing of PDFs. It is also used by OEMs and ISVs to give their products the ability to manipulate PDFs. A commercial license is required to distribute PDFtk with your commercial product.
|OS||Mac OS X|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||PDF merger, PDF splitter, PDF encryptor, PDF, merger, splitter|
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|2.02||Aug 7, 2013||New Release||Added drop_xmp output option for removing the document XMP metadata stream from a PDF.
Added dump_data output of custom page data embedded by STAMPtk tool. See the embed option in STAMPtk for more information.
Improved PDF bookmark merging logic so it can handle more input cases.
Fixed a password bug where some 'upper-ASCII' characters weren't being mapped to the correct code points.
Fixed a 40-bit decryption bug introduced in version 2.00.
Fixed a bug in the bookmark merging logic that caused bookmarks to be omitted from the merged PDF.
Added a test to ensure that encryption passwords use permitted characters only. (Decryption attempts still allow a larger set of input characters.)
Rewrote the wide-to-utf8 code for Windows to make it more rigorous.
Organized our calls of JvInitClass() in main().
Added descriptions to some exception reports.
Reviewed some code from pdftk.cc, PdfReader.java, PdfWriter.java and friends.
|1.45||Dec 6, 2012||New Release||· You can now add or change a PDF’s bookmarks using update_info.
· Added record delimiters to dump_data output to help make parsing more reliable.
· The changes to dump_data output (described above) are also now required for the input to update_info.
· You can now use multi-character input handles. Prior versions were limited to a single character, imposing an arbitrary limitation on the number of input PDFs when using handles. Handles still must be all upper-case ASCII.
· Added means of referring to PDF pages in reverse order. By prefixing a page number with an r, it counts from the end of the document. For example, r1 is the last page, r2 is the next-to-last page, etc.
· Changed the syntax for page rotation. Instead of N, S, E, W, L, R and D, now use: north, south, east, west, left, right and down.
· Fixed a problem reading input PDF filenames that have non-ASCII characters on Windows 7.
· Fixed a stream parsing issue with troublesome PDFs.