Chris Dolan’s Fuse-PDF-0.09 – search.cpan.org Chris is also the author of the very well known and admired CAM::PDF. I think it’s worth having a very long look at this.
The Pragmatic Bookshelf | Programming Groovy From the wikipedia article on Groovy: Most Java code is also syntactically valid Groovy. […] In July 2009, Strachan wrote on his blog that “I can honestly say if someone had shown me the Programming in Scala book by Martin Odersky, Lex Spoon & Bill Venners back in 2003… Continue reading The Pragmatic Bookshelf: Programming Groovy
The Pragmatic Bookshelf | Programming Scala
The Pragmatic Bookshelf | Programming Clojure Lisp on the JVM – maybe a nice idea. Update 2011-08-07 Found a Clojure User Group Berlin. Order the book through Amazon as used book, but with Amazon Prime service.
This command line shows you a few details: $ pdftk … dump_data_fields Not enough details for me. What about CAM::PDF? It comes with a couple of nice sample utilities (the bin/ subdirectory), one of them is called listpdffields.pl . It also does not show me enough details, but I think I will enhance that one. Update… Continue reading form fields in PDF – how to retrieve their details?
CAM::PDF – search.cpan.org I am currently into PDF “reading”, and this software looks rather promising. There are also a couple of nice command line utilities in the TAR ball’s bin/ subdirectory. appendpdf.pl asciify changepagestring.pl changepdfstring.pl changerefkeys.pl crunchjpg_tmpl.pdf crunchjpgs.pl deillustrate.pl deletepdfpage.pl extractallimages.pl extractjpgs.pl fillpdffields.pl getpdffontobject.pl getpdfpage.pl getpdfpageobject.pl getpdftext.pl listfonts.pl listimages.pl listpdffields.pl – sic!!! – I adapted… Continue reading CAM::PDF – PDF manipulation library by “Clotho Advanced Media”
The man page makes you think, there is a “perlbrew list“, and older versions didn’t have it. Older versions had a “perlbrew installed” instead. Quite a good reason to upgrade you perlbrew.
Just created an RELAG-NG (“compact”) grammar for editing JRXML files. I used trang for that, and the “input module” was a sample JRXML file. Yes, that means: occasionally some JRXML file will have tags or attributes, that my jasperreport.rnc does not know yet. But then re-running trang on an additional sample file is not really… Continue reading editing JRXML in emacs using nxml-mode
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010)