marc.battyani at fractalconcept.com
Fri Jan 25 16:03:09 CST 2002
----- Original Message -----
From: "Reini Urban" <rurban at x-ray.at>
To: <lispweb at red-bean.com>
Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 20:35
Subject: Re: [Lispweb] PDF
> Marc Battyani schrieb:
> > From: "Vladimir Tsichevski" <wowa at jet.msk.su>
> > > See http://www.fastio.com/ for the ANSI C library for creating PDF
> > > files (you only have to write the glue code for List, of course :-).
> > I have downloaded it but:
> > It's a commercial product. (and not really cheap)
> > It's in C
> > It's rather big. (it's more than a PDF only lib)
> I used to use this with perl and php:
> * ghostscript (AFPL or GNU)
> GNU has the free license, AFPL license is not that bad either.
> don't know how good the API for FFI's is.
> I drive it via command-line interfaces: ps2pdf
> * http://www.ps2pdf.com/ is the commercial version of the free ps2pdf
> with GNU Ghostscript.
> * php_pdf.dll/libpdf.so: http://php.net/pdf
> based on PDFLib, http://www.pdflib.com/pdflib/
> non-free for commercial use
> * php_cpdf.dll/libcpdf.so: http://php.net/cpdf
> based on ClibPDF, http://www.fastio.com/
> also non-free for commercial use. very similar to thomas merz´ pdflib
> And of course the Adobe Distiller which I don't use.
I stopped looking at libraries and I'm rather reading the PDF Reference
>From what I see I'm sure that it is very simple indeed. (or I have missed a
More information about the lispweb