A Python binding to Poppler-Qt4
A Python binding for libpoppler-qt4 that aims for completeness and for being actively maintained.
Created and currently maintained by Wilbert Berendsen <email@example.com>.
import popplerqt4 d = popplerqt4.Poppler.Document.load('file.pdf')
The Python API closely follows the Poppler Qt4 C++ interface library API, documented at http://people.freedesktop.org/~aacid/docs/qt4/ .
Whereever the C++ API requires QList, QSet or QLinkedList, any Python sequence can be used. API calls that return QList, QSet or QLinkedList all return Python lists.
There are a few differences:
Poppler::Document::getPdfVersion(int *major, int *minor) can simply be called as d.getPdfVersion(), (where d is a Poppler::Document instance); it will return a tuple of two integers (major, minor).
Poppler::FontIterator (returned by Poppler::Document::newFontIterator) is also a Python iterable (e.g. has __iter__() and __next__() methods). So although you can use:
it = document.newFontIterator() while it.hasNext(): fonts = it.next() # list of FontInfo objects ...
you can also use the more Pythonic:
for fonts in document.newFontIterator(): ...
In addition to the Poppler namespace, there are two toplevel module functions:
- returns the version of the python-poppler-qt4 package as a tuple of ints, e.g. (0, 18, 2).
returns the version of the linked Poppler-Qt4 library as a tuple of ints, e.g. (0, 24, 5).
This is determined at build time. If at build time the Poppler-Qt4 version could not be determined and was not specified, an empty tuple might be returned.
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