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These tools are designed for Unix-like systems, including Linux and Mac OS X.
They are useful for joining files together, selecting pages, reducing several source pages onto one output page, etc., etc.
The main script is named ", designed to perform some common tasks such as joining or n-upping PDF files or to illustrate other features; they are not very elaborate, nor are they extensively tested.
It seems that they will work also on Windows computers with a suitable installation of Cygwin (with the Cygwin package installed), but this has not been extensively tested.
An alternative set of PDF manipulation tools, which are java-based, is provided by the Multivalent project.