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This library provides a number of PDF::Reader0 based tools for use in testing PDF output. Presently, the primary purpose of this tool is to support the tests found in Prawn1, a pure Ruby PDF generation library.
However, it may be useful to others, so we have made it available as a gem in its own right.
The recommended installation method is via Rubygems.
gem install pdf-inspector
Or put this in your Gemfile, if you use Bundler2:
group :test do gem 'pdf-inspector', :require => "pdf/inspector" end
Check for text in the generated PDF:
rendered_pdf = your_pdf_document.render text_analysis = PDF::Inspector::Text.analyze(rendered_pdf) text_analysis.strings.should include("foo")
strings is more like a list of words, and any string with a hyphen will be split up as two different
Check number of pages
rendered_pdf = your_pdf_document.render page_analysis = PDF::Inspector::Page.analyze(rendered_pdf) page_analysis.pages.size.should == 2
Matzs terms for Ruby, GPLv2, or GPLv3. See LICENSE for details.
pdf-inspector is maintaiend as a dependency of prawn, the ruby PDF generation library.
Any questions or feedback should be sent to the Prawn google group.
pdf-inspector was originally developed by Gregory Brown as part of the Prawn1 project. In 2010, Gregory officially handed the project off to the Prawn core team. Currently active maintainers include Brad Ediger, Daniel Nelson, James Healy, and Jonathan Greenberg.
You can find the full list of Github users who have at least one patch accepted to pdf-inspector at: