very unusal pdf problem?
klewellen at shellworld.net
Tue May 15 00:58:38 UTC 2007
Hello all again,
Here is the capture of the error messages, and the return echo code.
I have not tried the last suggestion yet, forcing a null config, but will
do that shortly.
Here you go,
pdftotext -opw 'nature*fox' from_idea_to_air.pdf > ideam.txt
Error (1127608): Name token too long
Error (1127613): Dictionary key must be a name object
Error (1127614): Dictionary key must be a name object
Error (1127620): Dictionary key must be a name object
Error (1127728): Name token too long
Error (1127875): Name token too long
Error (1127880): Dictionary key must be a name object
Error: End of file inside dictionary
On Mon, 14 May 2007, Henry Yen wrote:
> Looks exactly right. Would you be able to post the total output of
> your command? If the error messages can be looked at in the
> source code, perhaps we can get a hint. Also, the output redirection
> implies that you're using a different version than what I'm looking
> at, so also post the output of: pdftotext -v
> Also, also, immediately after the failing command, post the return
> code: echo $?
> Also, also, also, maybe you've got a strange config file that's being
> read; try forcing a null config file, e.g.:
> pdftotext -cfg /dev/null -opw 'nature*fox' from_idea_to_air.pdf
> On Mon, May 14, 2007 at 17:51:30PM -0400, Karen Lewellen wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> here is exactly hat I am typing.
>> pdftotext -opw 'nature*fox' from_idea_to_air.pdf > idea2.txt
>> I get a number of errors, including that the name token is too long, that
>> the dictionary must be a known object,
>> and some repeats of the above.
>> Thanks for your hints on this. See anything wrong with how I am entering
>> the command?
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