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Id: 22143
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Subject: Problem in File.pm, trailer tag
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2006 13:09:08 +0200
To: bug-PDF-API2 [...] rt.cpan.org
From: André Warnier <aw [...] ice-sa.com>
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Dear Sirs, PDF::API2 version 0.53 module : lib/PDF/API2/Basic/PDF/File.pm $Id: File.pm,v 2.1 2006/06/15 20:15:48 areibens Exp $ Many thanks for your impressive module. We are using it intensively to process incoming documents automatically. The case reported below may not be a bug, as it is quite possible that the program creating such PDFs does not respect the specification. I have checked in the Adobe PDF 1.4 reference, and it is not clear to me wether the trailer tag *must* be followed by a CR. In any case, the attached file is one of many that we receive from a well-known supplier of on-line litterature, and it causes us a real problem because these PDFs are systematically rejected. Unfortunately, I don't feel confident enough to make a change in the File.pm module to work around the issue, and I have little hope that complaining to the document supplier would help. The attached PDF is rejected by the File.pm module, around line 1257 [...] if ($buf !~ /^trailer$cr/oi) { die "Malformed trailer in PDF file $self->{' fname'} at " . ($fh->tell - length($buf)); } [...] The reason seems to be that in the attached file, the "trailer" tag is not immediately followed by a CR, but looks like this : [...] trailer << /Info 1 0 R /Root 2 0 R /Size 15 Show quoted text
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[...] Thank you in advance and best regards, André Warnier Informatica Consulting Europa SL

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