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pdfrw is a basic PDF file manipulation library, developed and tested
on Python 2.5 and 2.6.

pdfrw can read and write PDF files, and can also be used to read in
PDFs which can then be used inside reportlab (as source material for
new PDFs). This is also the underlying library for a new rst2pdf
extension (not yet released, but in rst2pdf subversion) which allows
arbitrary fragments of source PDFs to be embedded in the output PDF
(without rasterization).

No releases yet (and none immediately planned), but the interface is
reasonably stable, it seems to work pretty well, and you can download
the code and a few working examples at pdfrw.googlecode.com

Feedback and/or code contributors always welcome!

Best regards,
Patrick Maupin

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  • Patrick Maupin at Nov 27, 2009 at 3:55 pm

    On Nov 27, 2:35?am, Patrick Maupin wrote:
    pdfrw is a basic PDF file manipulation library, developed and tested
    on Python 2.5 and 2.6.

    pdfrw can read and write PDF files, and can also be used to read in
    PDFs which can then be used inside reportlab (as source material for
    new PDFs). ?This is also the underlying library for a new rst2pdf
    extension (not yet released, but in rst2pdf subversion) which allows
    arbitrary fragments of source PDFs to be embedded in the output PDF
    (without rasterization).

    No releases yet (and none immediately planned), but the interface is
    reasonably stable, it seems to work pretty well, and you can download
    the code and a few working examples at pdfrw.googlecode.com

    Feedback and/or code contributors always welcome!

    Best regards,
    Patrick Maupin
    Apparently forgot URL when I was sleep-typing last night:
    pypdf.googlecode.com

    Pat
  • Patrick Maupin at Nov 27, 2009 at 4:43 pm

    On Nov 27, 2:35?am, Patrick Maupin wrote:
    pdfrw is a basic PDF file manipulation library, developed and tested
    on Python 2.5 and 2.6.

    pdfrw can read and write PDF files, and can also be used to read in
    PDFs which can then be used inside reportlab (as source material for
    new PDFs). ?This is also the underlying library for a new rst2pdf
    extension (not yet released, but in rst2pdf subversion) which allows
    arbitrary fragments of source PDFs to be embedded in the output PDF
    (without rasterization).

    No releases yet (and none immediately planned), but the interface is
    reasonably stable, it seems to work pretty well, and you can download
    the code and a few working examples at pdfrw.googlecode.com

    Feedback and/or code contributors always welcome!

    Best regards,
    Patrick Maupin
    Forgot the URL: pdfrw.googlecode.com

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