Thanks for making me aware of this. I didn't know about pikepdf. That's
really exciting -- I've always wanted to be able to use qpdf from Python. I
will contact pikepdf's author.
On Thu, Jul 12, 2018 at 3:18 AM Sean Whitton <spwhit...@spwhitton.name>
> Package: wnpp
> Severity: wishlist
> Owner: Sean Whitton <spwhit...@spwhitton.name>
> * Package name : pikepdf
> Version : 0.2.2
> Upstream Author : James R. Barlow <j...@purplerock.ca>
> * URL : https://github.com/pikepdf/pikepdf
> * License : MPL-2.0
> Programming Lang: Python & C++
> Description : python library for reading and writing PDFs, powered
> by qpdf
> This is a new dependency of the latest upstream release of OCRmyPDF.
> I intend to maintain it under the Debian Python Modules Team umbrella.
> After discussion with upstream, I plan to upload to experimental,
> because the library's API is not yet stable. Upstream expects it to
> have stabilised in time to upload to unstable in time for the buster
> Sean Whitton