[thelist] PDF generation

Benjamin Hawkes-Lewis bhawkeslewis at googlemail.com
Sat Jan 3 17:58:56 CST 2009

On 3/1/09 21:37, Bill Moseley wrote:
> I'm currently using htmldoc[1] to generate pdfs for a non-profit
> client.  htmldoc converts html3.2 to a pdf.  It works ok, but is
> pressing its limits due to its layout abilities and lack of css
> support and utf8.  So, looking for something better.
> The pdf generator must run on Linux and use text files to generate the
> final pdf.  One thing they are doing is generating invoices, so has to
> be smart about tables, and pagination -- which I assume is not
> uncommon.
> I like the idea of using html to generate the pdfs since the client is
> familiar with html.

Have you considered Prince?


Benjamin Hawkes-Lewis

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