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    • Pino Toscano's avatar
      build: remove extra fontconfig CFLAGS and LIBS · 2df57857
      Pino Toscano authored
      fontconfig is used only in .cpp sources inside the 'poppler' subdirectory, so there is no need to add the include paths for it in other directories;
      likewise, do not to link to it if not needed
      2df57857
  5. 13 May, 2012 1 commit
    • Carlos Garcia Campos's avatar
      glib: Add poppler_document_new_from_stream · 1d1c8175
      Carlos Garcia Campos authored
      A PopplerInputStream has been added to handle GMemoryInputStream and
      GLocalFileInputStream, since we don't want to cache the contents in
      those cases. A PopplerCachedFileLoader has been added to handle all
      other cases.
      1d1c8175
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    • Carlos Garcia Campos's avatar
      [glib] Add poppler_date_parse to parse PDF format date strings · 39d09fa2
      Carlos Garcia Campos authored
      We need to make this public because the field M in the Annot dictionary
      might be a Date string (in PDF date format) or a text string. According
      to the PDF spec: "The preferred format is a date string as described in
      Section 3.8.3, “Dates,” but viewer applications should be prepared to
      accept and display a string in any format". The only way to know whether
      it's a PDF date string or not, is by trying to parse it. For this reason
      poppler_annot_get_modified() returns a gchar * instead of a time_t. So,
      viewers should try to parse the string in order to convert it to a
      time_t, and if it fails to parse, use the date string as provided by the
      document.
      39d09fa2
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