[TxMt] Oops... The PDF language is just a subset of PostScript itself...

Charilaos Skiadas cskiadas at gmail.com
Wed Apr 30 16:11:15 UTC 2008

I wouldn't hold my hopes up, unless there are many people who work  
directly with pdf/ps files, and I don't know of any such people  
personally. You might have to start from scratch. What kind of  
functionality were you looking for from the bundle? Just some sort of  
syntax highlight, or something more?

On Apr 30, 2008, at 11:45 AM, dzurn wrote:

> Apparently the PDF syntax is a subset of the PostScript language  
> syntax. So
> anything which would be useful for PostScript would also be useful  
> for the
> PDF language. --DZ
> dzurn wrote:
>> I have to manipulate some PDF files directly so I was looking for a
>> TextMate Bundle for PDF/FDF files.
>> They have a pretty weird syntax, so I'm not sure which bundle  
>> might be
>> useful as a starting point. I have the PDF reference (1,310 pages of
>> excruciating detail) but I'm looking for something simple to at  
>> least make
>> some logical sense from this 'non-human-readable' language  :)
>> Any pointers to a similar or even a partial bundle would be  
>> appreciated.
>> Thanks
>> Darryl Zurn
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Haris Skiadas
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Hanover College

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