Jeremias Maerki wrote:
Relationship to which PDF renderer? The one that directly creates PDF (PDFRenderer) or the one that creates PDF through JPS (normal
PrintRenderer as defined in the Wiki painting to a Graphics2D instance
provided by JPS) using a StreamPrintService? That's the two choices.
Obviously, you will be taking the latter approach. If you wait a bit
(until the common components area is set up) you'll have a neatly
separated package to create PDF using JPS because I'll be publishing my
proof-of-concept JPS StreamPrintService which you can build on.

Hmm, this gives me another thing to talk about over in XML Graphics

On 09.03.2005 00:53:16 Peter B. West wrote:

This approach is obviously of interest to me, and I will follow developments closely. The wiki page is very general. If the Java2DRenderer is to be the "(abstract) technical foundation", what will the relationship to the concrete PDF renderer be? The wiki is vague on this point.


That will be extremely useful. However, I was trying to clarify the situation of PDFRenderer. The impression I got from Renaud's comment was that the Java2DRenderer was to be the basis of all renderers. Hence my interest.

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