On 2/9/2018 3:44 AM, Br. Samuel Springuel wrote:
I noticed in the docs that LuaTeX has a `finish_pdffile` callback whose short description is "Called when all pages have been written to the PDF file."  Does this mean that LuaTeX has closed the pdf file when this callback is executed (and thus it is safe for the callback to instruct other tools to manipulate the pdf file)?

Unofficial answer: you can cheat as there's a finish_synctex_callback that you can abuse (but you then temporary need to enable synctex) and that callbacks kicks in after the pdf is closed. The log file is still open then.


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