Hi Philip

Philip Thompson wrote on 2009-10-19 22:47:
> Hi all.
> I know this question has been asked a thousand times on the list, but my searches in the archives are not being nice to me. So... please don't kick me.

Why would anyone do that? We're PHPeople and PHfrinds (ho ho)

> Currently, we use DOMPDF to generate PDFs from HTML. However, it's no longer maintained and it has a few bugs that we just can no longer live with. What PDF generating software do you use? It does not have to be free, but it must run on linux and may be command line or run through code. Some of the ones I have researched are...
> html2pdf
> html2ps
> html2fpdf
> xhtml2pdf
> fpdf
> tcpdf
> You're thoughts would be appreciated. Oh, my preference would be to send HTML/CSS to a script and it just automagically convert to PS/PDF.

I've been using fpdf for 4-5 years for invoices among others and are very happy with that.

Kind regards
Kim Emax - masterminds.dk

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