BookletImposer / pdfimposer Achieve some basic imposition on PDF documents What is it ? ============ Bookletimposer is an utility to achieve some basic imposition on PDF documents, especially designed to work on booklets. Bookletimposer is implemented as a commandline and GTK+ interface to pdfimposer, a reusable python module built on top of pyPdf. It was tested on GNU/Linux althought it may work on any systems with a Python interpreter. Bookletimposer and pdfimposer are both free software released under the GNU General Public License, either version 3 or (at your option) any later version. See COPYING for the full text of the license. Features ======== - transform linear documents to booklets - transform booklets to linear documents - reduce a document to put many on one sheet Development state ================= BookletImposer is under development, which means that for the moment, some things work, some others does not... Thanks to report bugs to <firstname.lastname@example.org> if you find some! Furethermore, some funtionalities are still to be implemented. Dependencies ============ pdfimposer requires: - python (>= 2.6) - pyPdf (>= 1.13) BookletImposer also requires: - PyGObject - gtk+ (>= 3.0) - glib In addition, the build and installation process requires: - python-distutils-extra - pandoc And to build the website: - python-epydoc - xsltproc - docbook-xsl Quick installation ================== Once the tarball downloaded and extracted: $ ./setup.py build Then as root: # ./setup.py install pdfimposer API documentation ============================ See generated epydoc documentation (available at <https://kjo.herbesfolles.org/bookletimposer/api/>) BookletImposer usage ==================== BookletImposer can be launched from the Office section of the Application menu, or with te command: $ bookletimposer Help on command line options is available in the man page.
Achieve some basic imposition on PDF documents