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Topic: New pdf libray
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 170630
From: ganapathi
Date: 6/29/2009 05:08 PM

Hi,

I want to create my own new pdf library, but i dont know where to start, googled on that, most of that points at PDF Specification document, but before that i want to know which language/script to use for development of library, i know c, c++ on windows platform, is it sufficient to create a pdf library(which opens pdf files in its own window, access pdf contents, extract document properties...)
And i am not getting any idea on where to start it, and how to proceed, is there any other documentation/book (other than pdf specification) available on this? where they are available, please anyone shed light on this?


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