HexaPDF 0.10.0 and New Website Published on
This minor release brings some enhancements to the
hexapdf command line application: more
information when listing images with the
hexapdf images command and a completely revamped
inspect command with much more functionality. If you wanna see the inspection command in action,
have a look the “Analysing PDFs” how-to guide.
There are also bug fixes for various reported problems, most notably for loading and saving of encrypted and signed PDFs and for handling unknown/wrongly structured PDF objects better.
As always, have a look at the changelog for an overview of all changes.
In addition to these changes to the library, you might have noticed already that HexaPDF also got a new website:
HexaPDF now finally has a logo that was inspired by Adobe’s PDF logo as well as hexagons (naturally) - yeah!
The documentation part of the website has been restructured and extended to make it easier to find what you need. There are now tutorials, key topics and how-to guides as well as a reference section. These sections will be filled with more content in the future.
The styling of the website has also been adjusted. For example, there are now table of content menus for most pages and a breadcrumb trail for navigation.
All in all the website should provide a better experience now. If you find problems or have suggestions, please report them - thank you!