This is the command comparepdf that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
comparepdf - compare two PDF files textually or visually
diffpdf [file1] [file2]
comparepdf [OPTIONS] file1.pdf file2.pdf
comparepdf is a command line application used to compare two PDF files.
The default comparison mode is text mode where the text of each corresponding pair of
pages is compared. As soon as a difference is detected the program terminates with a
message (unless -v0 is set) and an indicative return code.
The OPTIONS are -ct or --compare=text (the default) for text mode comparisons or -ca or
--compare=appearance for visual comparisons (useful if diagrams or other images have
changed), and -v=1 or --verbose=1 for reporting differences (and saying nothing for
matching files): use -v=0 for no reporting or -v=2 for reporting both different and
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