I'm learning python recently and I've just finished my first project: rbook, a simple pdf manager. Though this program is really simple and I'm not sure if it's necessary to publish it, I just want to contribute:)
It depends on wxpython, and has a simple viewer using python-poppler to render. The viewer provides a vim style shortcuts. (This is my favourite feature.)
Please feel free to tell me if you have any ideas about it. Many thanks!
I've removed dependendcy on poppler, and now it uses python bindings of mupdf for rendering.
* vim style key bindings
* support PDF/CBZ/XPS/DJVU
* continue from the page opened last time
* open documents in tabs
* python-fitz for PDF/CBZ/XPS files
* python-djvulibre(optional) for DJVU files
Last edited by rk700 (2012-10-28 22:43:52)
In theory, I've got a need for something like this, though I would prefer not to install wx and, more important to me, maybe you could use mupdf and xembed it into the app directly.