./configure && make && make runLooking forward to your feedback, either in the comments, @gabaug on twitter, or find my e-mail address in the code or on my blog. Is this something that should have a presence on GNOME git/bugzilla/wiki? Update: PDF Mod is now fully hosted on GNOME's infrastructure. See our wiki for links to download, source repo, mailing list, bugzilla, etc.
Friday, July 24, 2009
On Monday I started working on a new app, PDF Mod, for doing simple manipulations to PDF files. Five days later, I'm proud to present it to you: It can rotate, extract, and remove pages, and supports reordering pages via drag and drop. Visit the project wiki for links to the git repo, tarball and package downloading, user guides, bugzilla, the mailing list, irc, and more. There are likely some bugs, but in my testing it is quite useful and slick already. It's built on top of libpoppler/poppler-sharp, PdfSharp, Gtk#/Cairo, and Banshee's Hyena library. The app itself is a paltry 2009 lines of .cs files. It is super easy to build and run uninstalled from the tarball if you want to give it a spin: