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Mad Builder PDF Assembler

Mad Builder PDF Assembler allows you to merge several PDF files selected by a selection mask. The merging may be ordered. The merging may take into account only certain enumerated pages of the original files.

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  •  25 Aug 2007 23:13

    Release Notes: This release allows outlines implemented with an indirect action to be correctly parsed by the PDF assembler.

    •  26 Jul 2007 18:24

      Release Notes: Some bugs have been fixed related to font management. It is now possible to extract outlines from PDF files with the option -gO.

      •  25 Nov 2005 16:09

        Release Notes: The assembler now tries to detect duplicated fonts during the assembly process. If the same font is present in two or more original files, or more than once in one original file, this font will only be present once in the destination file. A modification of the buffer growth algorithm has led to significant increase of performance in particular PDF files.

        •  14 Nov 2005 19:31

          Release Notes: Support for file structure definition according to version 1.5 of the PDF specifications. This release can merge PDF files of version 1.5 or higher. This requires zlib. A code review (pdfObject.cpp) has been performed for more efficiency. A bug in extracting metadata from a large number of PDF files (option -g) has been fixed.

          •  18 Jul 2005 13:18

            Release Notes: You can now define how the viewer displays the pages targetted by outlines by using /Fit, /FitH, or /FitV as intructions in the file definition of outlines. The ability to use multiple instances of the program on a server was enhanced by making the name of tempory files depend on time.

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