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pdfedit: Editor for PDF files
NAMEpdfedit - Editor for PDF files
SYNOPSISpdfedit [file(s)] [--help] [--version] [-d (n)] [-console] [-script (filename)] [-run (filename)] [-eval (code)] [-s (filename)] [--]
- Print brief help about commandline options to STDOUT and exit
- Print version of editor to STDOUT and exit
- -d (n)
Set verbosity of debugging messages reported by editor. Only messages below or equal level specified in parameter will be shown, default is debugging level 1. Also, any of symbolic constants defined below (case insensitive), or starting part of them may be given instead of corresponding number.
Explanation of debugging levels
0 PANIC Critical errors
1 CRITICAL Critical errors, but at least the program can exit somewhat gracefully
2 ERROR Usual errors
3 WARNING Comments about some unusual behavior
4 INFO Information about some internal behavior
5 DEBUG Debugging messages
Setting this to -1 mean no debug messages will be shown at all, not even the most critical ones. Debugging messages are sent to STDERR.
- Run in commandline mode. No editor windows are opened and commandline init script is executed.
- -script (filename)
- Run script with given filename. Look for the script in script path. If not found, look for the script in current directory.
- -run (filename)
- Run script with given filename, but unlike -script option, script path is not searched.
- -eval (code)
- Evaluate given script code
- -s (filename)
- This is just shortcut for -console -script (filename)
- Stop processing options. Any further parameters after this one are treated as filenames. This can be useful if you want to open file, that have name beginning with a dash.
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