|Version 1 (modified by mirko, 4 years ago)|
PDFCube now allows to change colors and behaviour on the command line (via Boost Program Options library), the core of the program has been cleaned, but is still a very quick hack.
PDFCube 0.0.3 beta ============= Copyright (C) 2006-2008 Mirko Maischberger <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2008 Karol Sokolowski <email@example.com> Available options: -h [ --help ] This help message. -v [ --version ] Version information -b [ --bgcolor ] arg Background color is 'r,g,b' with real values between 0.0 and 1.0, no spaces. -t [ --top-color ] arg Cube top color in 'r,g,b' format again with reals in [0,1]. -c [ --transitions ] arg Pages at wich to do a cube transition by default eg. 2 4 7 Must be the last option on the command line. -i [ --input-file ] arg PDF file to show. -n [ --no-fullscreen ] Don't activate full-screen mode by default. Usage examples: $ pdfcube presentation.pdf $ pdfcube presentation.pdf --bgcolor 0,0,0 --top-color 0.6,0.2,0.2 --transitions 1 5 7
- 0.0.3 Added better command line support and options to change colors.
- 0.0.2 Added autotools (configure, make, make install as usual).
- 0.0.1 Initial release.
- Read transitions effects from PDF file.
- Jeferson J. Arenzon suggested adding a layer to draw with the mouse, useful during presentations.
- Joachim Breitner suggested to make PDF links active and pointed me to this opengl page.
- Linux with Xorg
- Poppler (>=0.5.4 recommended) (Debian/Ubuntu? package: libpoppler-dev libpoppler-glib-dev)
- GtkGlExt (Debian/Ubuntu? package: libgtkglext1-dev)
- OpenGL (freeglut3-dev, not really needed, will be removed in 0.0.3)
- Boost Program Options
Feel free to write to <mirko.maischberger@…>
Download the 0.0.3 beta version here:
Type "./configure && make", read error messages, install needed development packages, make again!