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All of Glyph & Cog's products are based on the Xpdf code base. Xpdf was originally developed in 1995, and is now a mature, stable PDF engine.

XpdfInfoTM: Extracts metadata - title, author, creation date, etc. - from PDF files. Available as a shared library (Unix platforms), DLL, or COM component (Windows).

XpdfText®: Converts PDF files to plain text. Generates plain ASCII, 8-bit Latin1, UTF-8 Unicode, and various standard CJK encodings, and can be configured to generate custom encodings. Available as a shared library (Unix platforms), DLL, or COM component (Windows).

XpdfViewer® ActiveX Control: PDF file viewer component. With XpdfViewer, any Windows developer can add PDF viewing functionality to their application using Visual Basic (or any other ActiveX-aware development environment.

XpdfViewer® DLL: PDF file viewer library. This provides the same functionality as the ActiveX control, but in DLL form.

XpdfWidget/QtTM: A PDF viewer widget class for the Qt cross-platform GUI framework. Available for source licensing.

XpdfPrint®: Prints PDF files to any Windows printer. Available as a Windows DLL or COM component.

XpdfRasterizerTM: Converts PDF pages to standard format bitmap image files. Available as a shared library (Unix platforms, Mac), DLL, or COM component (Windows).

XpdfAnalyzeTM: Analyzes object type and color information in PDF files. Available as a shared library (Unix platforms), DLL, or COM component (Windows).

XpdfPSTM: Converts PDF files to PostScript. Available as a shared library (Unix platforms), DLL, or COM component (Windows).

XpdfSpliceTM: Splits and/or combines PDF files. Available as a shared library (Unix platforms, Mac), DLL, or COM component (Windows).

Source Licensing: If you're working on an application that needs to read PDF files, full source licenses for the Xpdf code base are available. Additionally, Glyph & Cog can do custom work to add features or to interface to your application - see the Services page.

Support Agreements: We offer support agreements to cover all of the open source Xpdf tools.





 
   
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