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Version 1.20, 2014-01-??
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- Many Python 3 support changes (with contributions from TWAC and cgammans)

- Updated FAQ; link included in README

- Allow more (unnecessary) escape sequences

- Prevent exception when reading a null object in decoding parameters

- Corrected error in reading destination types (added a slash since they
are name objects)

- Corrected TypeError in scaleTo() method

- addBookmark() method in PdfFileMerger now returns bookmark (so nested
bookmarks can be created)

- Additions to Sample Code and Sample PDFs

- changes to allow 2up script to work (by Dylan McNamee)

- changes to metadata encoding (by Chris Hiestand)

- New methods for links: addLink() (by Enrico Lambertini) and ignoreLinks()


Version 1.19, 2013-10-08
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__version__ = '1.19'
__version__ = '1.20b'

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mstamy2 replied Dec 31, 2013

The Python 3 changes will likely cause some syntax errors when using Python 2.6, and it's probable that a few bugs will still be found when using Python 3+. We will work to correct them as they appear.

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talumbau replied Jan 10, 2014

I'm excited about the resurgence of activity for this library, but my use case is Python 2.x. I'm hitting the issues you mention. Just so I know, is the intention to create a library that works under Python 2.x (as well as Python 3.x)?

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mstamy2 replied Jan 10, 2014

Yes; the intention is for PyPDF2 to work with Python 2 as well as Python 3. Python 2.5 will not be supported, however Python 2.6 and 2.7 will be. If you have any issues with Python 2 compatibility, be sure to let us know! It is a work in progress at this point to maintain dual compatibility

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claird replied Jan 14, 2014

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mstamy2 replied Jan 15, 2014

PyPDF2 has been updated to fix syntax errors in Python 2.6. If you're still hitting compatibility issues, feel free to report them.

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