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pdf2htmlEX

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Another Demo (CJK)

WINDOWS XP USERS: Please make sure ClearType is turned on

(Control Panel -> Display -> Appearance -> Effects -> "Use the following method to smooth edges of screen fonts" -> ClearType)

Introduction

pdf2htmlEX renders PDF files in HTML, utilizing modern Web technologies, aims to provide an accuracy rendering, while keeping optimized for Web display.

It is optimized for modern web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox & Google Chrome.

This program is designed for scientific papers with complicate formulas and figures, so a precise rendering is also the #1 concern. But of course general PDF files are also supported.

Features

  • Single HTML file output
  • Precise rendering
  • Text Selection
  • Font embedding & reencoding for Web
  • Proper styling (Color, Transformation...)
  • Optimization for Web

Not supported yet

  • Type 3 fonts
  • Non-text object (Don't worry, they will be rendered as images)

Get started

Fontforge-git is no longer required, a recent version should be OK

Ubuntu

There is a Ubuntu PPA set up at here.

ArchLinux

Special thanks to Arthur Titeica for the AUR Package.

Build from source

Dependency

  • CMake
  • compilers support C++11
  • libpoppler with xpdf header >= 0.20.2 (compile with --enable-xpdf-headers)
  • boost c++ library (format, program options, gil, filesystem, serialization, system(which is actually required by filesystem))
  • fontforge (with header files)

Compiling

cmake . && make && sudo make install

Usage

pdf2htmlEX /path/to/foobar.pdf

pdf2htmlEX --help

LICENSE

GPLv2 & GPLv3 Dual licensed

Credits

The following projects have been consulted for pdf2htmlEX:

  • pdftops & pdftohtml from poppler
  • MuPDF
  • PDF.js
  • Crocodoc
  • Google Doc

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Special Thanks

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