On Thu, May 21, 2020 at 02:21:26PM -0000, Grant Edwards wrote: > I'm looking for a command-line tool to crop a multi-page PDF document. > > I want to specify the crop window on the command line. > > I don't want it to automagically remove all of the marginal > whitespace. > > I don't want GUI where I have to draw a box.
How about pdfcrop from app-text/texlive-core ? It allows you manually specify many things, although it does, inevitably, increase the file size for documents with many pages. > Google has found various references to 'croppdf' which is included in > a package of texlive extra utilities on Ubuntu. Gentoo seems have 38 > different 'texlive' ebuilds. Is there any way to tell which (if any) > contains croppdf? You can use the e-file command from app-portage/pfl to check which package in Portage provides a specific file---including binaries. Emerge pfl and run `e-file pdfcrop`. -- Ashley Dixon suugaku.co.uk 2A9A 4117 DA96 D18A 8A7B B0D2 A30E BF25 F290 A8AA
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