Paperboy is a small, simple command line PDF management utility written in Haskell that's designed to help with downloaded PDF documents that don't have proper / discernible filenames. The tool uses the PDF metadata and content to offer suggestions for quickly renaming the file, while also letting you open the PDF to check out its content before renaming it. It's available for Linux and macOS.
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