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dumppdf - dumps internal contents of a PDF files
dumppdf [option...] file...
dumppdf dumps the internal contents of a PDF file in pseudo-XML format. This program is primarily for debugging purposes, but it's also possible to extract some meaningful contents
-a Dump all the objects. By default only the document trailer is printed. -i objno[,objno,...] Specifies PDF object IDs to display. Comma-separated IDs, or multiple -i options are accepted. -p pageno[,pageno,...] Specifies the comma-separated list of the page numbers to be extracted. Page numbers start at one. By default, it extracts text from all the pages. -r, -b, -t Specifies the output format of stream contents. Because the contents of stream objects can be very large, they are omitted when none of the options above is specified. With -r option, the “raw” stream contents are dumped without decompression. With -b option, the decompressed contents are dumped as a binary blob. With -t option, the decompressed contents are dumped in a text format, similar to repr() manner. When -r or -b option is given, no stream header is displayed for the ease of saving it to a file. -T Show the table of contents. -P password Provides the user password to access PDF contents. -d Increase the debug level.
Dump all the headers and contents, except stream objects: $ dumppdf -a test.pdf Dump the table of contents: $ dumppdf -T test.pdf Extract a JPEG image: $ dumppdf -r -i6 test.pdf > image.jpeg
Jakub Wilk <email@example.com> Wrote this manual page for the Debian system. Yusuke Shinyama <firstname.lastname@example.org> Author of PDFMiner and its original HTML documentation.