I'm pleased to announce the availability of PDFXMLRPC v1.0, an open
source project for client-server PDF creation from text, released
under the BSD License. It's free for any use, commercial or non
commercial. It is written in Python.
PDFXMLRPC consists of a pair of programs, a client and a server, that
can be used standalone (together). The same two programs include two
classes, PDFXMLRPCServer and PDFXMLRPCClient, which makes it a
programmable tool that you can include in your own larger
applications; in both modes of use (standalone or used as a library),
it enables client-server PDF creation from text content, across the
Internet or an intranet, running over XML-RPC and HTTP.
Here are some links about PDFXMLRPC:
The downloadable PDFXMLRPC.zip file:
The zip file contains a file README.txt which describes the
prerequisites (which are only a few, and small downloads, with some
installation required), where to get them, and how to install and use
the PDFXMLRPC client and server.
I appreciate any feedback about PDFXMLRPC.
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xtopdf: fast and easy PDF creation from other formats (in Python):
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