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From Tilman Hausherr <THaush...@t-online.de>
Subject Re: Dubious implementation approach with content stream OperatorProcessors and PDFGraphicsStreamEngine
Date Wed, 23 May 2018 16:58:27 GMT
You're right... makes we wonder if we violated some design rule. The 
alternative would be some double code, which isn't good either.

Lets say we change this, then not only we'd have some double code, but 
some existing code by our users might no longer work...

You can open an issue in JIRA and attach a patch / diff file there. But 
it might be a difficult decision.


Am 15.05.2018 um 15:00 schrieb Constantine Dokolas:
> Hi all!
> I'm currently implementing a library that intercepts content stream
> operators from a document's pages in order to produce a filtered version
> (as a different document). To this, I'm writing an extension to
> PDFGraphicsStreamEngine (as suggested by the documentation) and using
> processOperator() to do "my stuff".
> Certain operators (MoveTextSetLeading, NextLine, ShowTextLine and
> ShowTextLineAndSpace), in order to trigger the (multiple) corresponding
> events, take the shortcut of calling processOperator() for "bogus"
> operators that are in fact *not present* in the content stream.
> I suggest the devs replace such calls with temporary OperatorProcessor
> instantiations and process(...) calls on them. I'd be happy to contribute
> the related changes, but I'm not sure how.
> I'd like to voice my appreciation for this project. It has solved many
> problems for me and I greatly appreciate the devs' effort.
> Regards,
> Constantine

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