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dumppdf - dumps internal contents of a PDF files
dumppdf [option...] file...
dumppdf dumps the internal contents of a PDF file in pseudo-XML format. This program is
primarily for debugging purposes, but it's also possible to extract some meaningful
Dump all the objects. By default only the document trailer is printed.
Specifies PDF object IDs to display. Comma-separated IDs, or multiple -i options are
Specifies the comma-separated list of the page numbers to be extracted. Page numbers
start at one. By default, it extracts text from all the pages.
-r, -b, -t
Specifies the output format of stream contents. Because the contents of stream objects
can be very large, they are omitted when none of the options above is specified.
With -r option, the “raw” stream contents are dumped without decompression. With -b
option, the decompressed contents are dumped as a binary blob. With -t option, the
decompressed contents are dumped in a text format, similar to repr() manner. When -r
or -b option is given, no stream header is displayed for the ease of saving it to a
Show the table of contents.
Provides the user password to access PDF contents.
Increase the debug level.
Dump all the headers and contents, except stream objects:
$ dumppdf -a test.pdf
Dump the table of contents:
$ dumppdf -T test.pdf
Extract a JPEG image:
$ dumppdf -r -i6 test.pdf > image.jpeg
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