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br4nch - Data Structure Tree Builder for Python.
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The Pdfalyzer is a tool for visualizing the inner tree structure of a PDF in large and colorful diagrams as well as scanning its internals for suspicious content
8 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 10 Oct 2022
This tool was built to fill a gap in the PDF assessment landscape. Didier Stevens's pdfid.py and pdf-parser.py are still the best game in town when it comes to PDF analysis tools but they lack in the visualization department and also don't give you much to work with as far as giving you a data model you can write your own code around. Peepdf seemed promising but turned out to be in a buggy, out of date, and more or less unfixable state. And neither of them offered much in the way of tooling for embedded binary analysis. Thus I felt the world might be slightly improved if I strung together a couple of more stable/well known/actively maintained open source projects (AnyTree, PyPDF2, and Rich) into this tool.
br4nch 1.2.1 - Data Structure Tree Builder for Python.
3 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 30 Mar 2022
Why new library is needed? What are the benefits compared to https://github.com/c0fec0de/anytree for example?
c0fec0de/anytree is an open source project licensed under Apache License 2.0 which is an OSI approved license.