Rust has been recently named as the most loved language on Stackoverflow one more time. Currently it is not widely used in professional development, therefore developers often develop small programs to try it out. One obvious choice for these programs are different command line utilities, thus the number of such tools developed in Rust constantly grows. On crates.io, there is even a separate category devoted to these programs. Therefore, I have decided to write an article about the utilities I find useful in order to have their list in one place. I plan to update this article as I try more utils.
When you are working with PDF documents, it is often required to merge them together, rotate some pages or select some of them, etc. This functionality is helpful when you care about the nature and want to avoid printing some pages. It is quite often when some authorities ask you to print a PDF document, sign just one page and send them back a scanned copy. In this situation, the PDFtk utility can be very useful. In this article, I describe some commands I use from time to time.