Looks like pdftk is written in Java.
So the gui (Graphical User Interface) is whatever the Java Runtime
Environment (JRE) interfaces with. From my experience, it isn't pretty,
I noticed there are some other source files and some 3rd-party code in
the package that I did not take time to investigate, and it takes Gcc to
build it. But one of the big ideas of Java is that it contains its own
gui code, so the programmer's effort is greatly reduced. I would be
surprised if pdftk does not use the standard Java gui.
On 04/13/2013 11:24 PM, Felmon Davis wrote:
On Sat, 13 Apr 2013, Tom Davies wrote:
I'm only familiar with pdftk as a command-line tool; thus I was
confused by the discussion of desktop environments.
it does have a gui interface (or several?) and then there are the
Windows and Mac versions. I don't know what is used to make the gui
interface on Linux.
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