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Subject: $pdf1 = PDF::API2->open($file1); hangs on attached PDF
Alfred, Attempting to open attached PDF file results in some sort of loop; 100%CPU busy. File opens correctly in Acrobat 4,5,6 All other files work perfectly! Distribution: PDF-API2-0.40.94 Perl version: This is perl, v5.8.5 built for sun4-solaris OS: SunOS testsun01 5.9 Generic sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-5_10 Code snippet: $pdf1 = PDF::API2->open($file1);

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> Attempting to open attached PDF file results in some sort of loop; > 100%CPU busy. File opens correctly in Acrobat 4,5,6 All other files > work perfectly!
the application that created this file is broken. the file contains the following statement around offset 1022034, which is clearly "out of spec": <<//DeviceGray/CS0 108 0 R>> please tell the producer of this application to fix it cheers,
From: gblekkenhorst@triple-p.nl
The producer of the PDF is Adobe; I'll figure out how to drop a bug- report with them. Many thanks for the fixing this in 0.40.95! [AREIBENS - Wed Feb 23 16:14:54 2005]:
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> > Attempting to open attached PDF file results in some sort of loop; > > 100%CPU busy. File opens correctly in Acrobat 4,5,6 All other files > > work perfectly!
> > the application that created this file is broken. > > the file contains the following statement around offset 1022034, > which is clearly "out of spec": > > <<//DeviceGray/CS0 108 0 R>> > > please tell the producer of this application to fix it > > > cheers,


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