Yes or no questions are pretty rare here now that I think of it. My question is simply this:
When producing a PDF file with
lualatex, is the original filename of an
\includegraphics preserved in any way, shape or form in the final PDF?
The reason I'm asking is that I'm using some less-than-serious filenames but if the original authors of the works I'm referencing in these images saw the names, I would have to rely a bit too much on the ability of someone I don't know to take a joke.
The filename does not show up in plain text in the PDF file but neither does any of the text itself so that doesn't seem to be a reliable test. There is no tooltip or anything with any of the PDF readers I tried but again, that doesn't prove anything. Once this document is released, it would be too late to learn something about PDF files that I didn't know before.
PS: If you'd elaborate on your "yes" or "no", that would be very much appreciated ;)
Edit I think it is worth mentioning that this question might be relevant even for people who don't share my questionable sense of humor. Similar to undo information left in a Word file, seeing the original filename might reveal something about the author that they do not wish to reveal and are hardly aware of. Filenames like
stand-in031.jpg are just some examples of filenames that might cast you in a strange light if uncovered by a faithful observer of your document ;)