Find text strings in an archive of pdf files
With PdfSearch you can find text strings in an archive of pdf files. PdfSearch is free, licensed under the GPL, and runs on W32 and on Unix systems. It provides a cheap and simple alternative to more expensive (and sophisticated) proprietary solutions. PdfSearch works by gluing with Python the indexer utility module (http://gnosis.cx/download/Gnosis_Utils-0.95.tar.gz by David Mertz) and Xpdf (http://www.foolabs.com/xpdf by Derek B. Noonburgand). It can be used from the a command line as well as through a simple graphic user interface.
License: GPL Platform: Win32, Unix, Linux Requires: Pmw, Tkinter Binaries: Win32 Gui: Tkinter
carlo bifulco (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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