Takuji Tanaka <ttk(at)t-lab.opal.ne.jp>
convbkmk is a tiny utility for making correct bookmarks in pdf files typesetted by pLaTeX/upLaTeX with the hyperref package. pLaTeX/upLaTeX + hyperref outputs data of bookmarks in their internal encodings (EUC-JP, ShiftJIS or UTF-8). On the other hand, the PostScript/PDF format requests that the data are written in a certain syntax with UTF-16 or PDFDocEncoding. Thus, data conversion is required to create correct bookmarks.
In addition, pLaTeX outputs dvi files with special commands in its internal encoding (EUC-JP or ShiftJIS). It is not consistent with recent dviware and file systems which assume UTF-8.
convbkmk provides a function of the encoding conversion and formatting the data.
convbkmk is maintained on GitHub: https://github.com/t-tk/convbkmk
Lisence notice is written in the convbkmk.rb. It is as same as the MIT license. Ref. http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT
More information is within the convbkmk.rb with the RD format.
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convbkmk – Correct platex/uplatex bookmarks in PDF created with hyperref
The package provides a small Ruby script that corrects bookmarks in PDF files created by platex/uplatex, using hyperref.
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