[erlang-questions] Looking for Erlang code that handles PDF file attachments

Joe Armstrong erlang@REDACTED
Thu Jan 26 12:43:50 CET 2017

I did exactly this a while back.

The enclosed PDF has an erlang program packed inside it.
The erlang program can be used to pack and unpack things inside PDF.

PDF is after all, just a container format (like a zip file)

Hint take a look at the end of erlpdf.pdf in a text editor.

Actually since I always want to read the documentation first - I thought the
code should be *inside* the documentation and NOT the other way around.



On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 10:06 PM, bengt <cean.ebengt@REDACTED> wrote:
> Greetings,
> I would like to attach files (or some sort of binary content, anyway) to PDF
> files, without destroying the PDF'ness of the file. I would also like to be
> able to read the created PDF file and be able to tell what is the attachment
> (and what is the original content). I have found Itext (Java, see
> http://itextpdf.com/). It seems to be able to do that and everything else
> too, but is there any other alternative? Preferably in Erlang.
> bengt
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