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Re: Package of the month nomination
In case you are trying different options, mupdf-gl from print/mupdf
can also annotate PDF files.
Heavier options are editors/xournal and editors/xournalpp which can
write over PDF files (as a background). I think print/evince can also
annotate PDF files, but I have not used it recently.
On 2021-01-03, David Vollenweider wrote:
> Thanks for mentioning this package because I didn't know it existed
> before. I'd been using LibreOffice Draw to annotate PDFs. This is much
> I found out the hard way that it uses the pdftops program from
> print/poppler-utils to do the conversion from PDF to PS. Currently
> there's no dependency on that package for flpsed. Perhaps that needs to
> be changed?
> - Dave V.
> On Sun, 3 Jan 2021 11:04:04 +0100
> is%netbsd.org@localhost wrote:
> > Hello,
> > do we still have the package of the month (or was it year)?
> > I nominate print/flpsed
> > flpsed - annotate PostScript and PDF files
> > It adds text annotations to Postscript files - can read in PDF, too.
> > Works interactively, can do some batch processing too.
> > Great for filling in PDF files with forms, even if scanned-in.
> > (Much faster than gs -sDEVICE=png -sOutputFile=foo.png followed by
> > e.g. xfig )
> > Regards,
> > -is
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