[NTG-pdftex] 1.40.0-alpha-20051205

Pawel Jackowski jackos1 at poczta.onet.pl
Tue Dec 6 00:35:13 CET 2005


> ok, now it seems that \pdfobj{Hello} does not create a legal PDF object,
> as it's none of the eight types described in the PDF Reference section
> 3.2. E. g., a cross check shows that \pdfobj{false} is ok, a boolean
> value, while \pdfobj{maybe} does not work :-)

My tests show the same. An object
	10 0 obj
is not correct, but parsers ignores it if don't have to read it. I 
opened such a document in Acrobat and tried to save it as PDF1.5 (which 
instructs Acrobat to compress objects). Then it complains loudly.

So, in samplepdf I will replace all Hello with <<Hello>>, (Hello), 
[Hello] and make a note about the danger.

Pawe/l Jackowski
P.Jackowski at gust.org.pl

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