I have a number of pdf's files which i need to search in. So i need to get content of pdf file... I'll try many modules from CPAN and CAM::PDF
looks good for me.
But I have little problem with it: on my PDF's (in ukrainian language) CAM::PDF does't return all content.
The script is very simple (here link to 2.pdf
-- ATTENTION! Cyrillic charset!
my $pdf = CAM::PDF->new("2.pdf");
my $pageone_tree = $pdf->getPageContentTree(1);
open TEST, ">", "test.txt" or die $!;
print TEST CAM::PDF::PageText->render($pageone_tree);
It looks like so (document part that did't converted to normal text):
I think it's not CAM::PDF problem (because pdftotext return same result) but may be i'm wrong? Could you suggest the way to fixing this bug?
P. S. I create simple html-page
there i on pictures show how data is lost).
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