- Run pdfarranger, drag some JPG and PNG files in the application and save it as PDF.
- Convert some image files to PDF using cli img2pdf img1.png img2.jpg -o out.pdf.
You have missing rundeps:
- It uses pikepdf: https://gitlab.mister-muffin.de/josch/img2pdf/blob/master/src/img2pdf.py#L44
- Missing python3-tkinter for GUI: https://gitlab.mister-muffin.de/josch/img2pdf/blob/master/src/img2pdf.py#L2334
python-pikepdf is not yet required in version 0.3.6, but it will be in next release.
There exists an experimental GUI with all settings currently disabled. You can directly convert images to PDF but you cannot set any options via the GUI yet. If you are interested in adding more features to the PDF, please submit a merge request. The GUI is based on tkinter and works on Linux, Windows and MacOS.
GUI is not ready yet, but there is another dependency required to enable the preview in img2pdf-gui app, which is python-pymupdf . This package needs /usr/lib/libmupdf-third.so to be compiled but has been removed from mupdf, see here. But as GUI we can use pdfarranger to convert image files to PDF.
If we're not going to support the GUI then its binary should be removed.
Yes, we can remove it since it is not ready and just experimental. It doesn't have even an icon when it is launched.