44: open F, "pdfinfo $file |" || die "$0: Failed to open $file $!";
44: open F, "pdfinfo \"$file\" |" || die "$0: Failed to open $file $!";
83: open F, "pdftotext $file - |" or die "$0: failed to run pdftotext:
83: open F, "pdftotext \"$file\" - |" or die "$0: failed to run
> -----Messaggio originale-----
> Da: David Cogley [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Inviato: giovedý 30 gennaio 2003 17.28
> A: Multiple recipients of list
> Oggetto: [SWISH-E] Indexing pdf files - Problem with spaces in names
> Can anyone suggest a simple fix to _pdf2html.pl to correct problems with
> directories and filenames that have spaces?
> I have a collection of more than 1000 pdf files in a directory structure
> up by my client. The client likes the freedom to have spaces in the
> directory and filenames. If I can figure out how to deal with spaces, I
> avoid a problem with my client.
> When using a FileFilter directive for indexing pdf files, one invokes
> _pdf2html.pl. One of the first lines in this script is:
> my $file = shift || die "Usage: $0 <filename>\n";
> shift passes in the part of the argument up to the first whitespace, i.e.,
> just a portion of the full pathname. stderr gets a usage message and the
> file is not indexed.
Received on Thu Jan 30 16:46:16 2003