On Mar 27, 2010, at 12:41 AM, Rob Gould <gould...@me.com> wrote:
Is there a free solution out there that will enable me to take a PHP-
generated postscript output file, and dynamically, on-the-fly
convert it to a PDF document and send to the user as a download when
the user clients on a link?
More description of what I'm trying to do:
1) I've got a web-page that accepts some user input
2) They hit SUBMIT
3) I've got a PHP file that takes that input and generates a custom
Postscript file from it, which I presently serve back to the user.
On a Mac, Safari and Firefox automatically take the .ps output and
render it in Preview.
4) However, in the world of Windows, it seems like it'd be better
to just convert it on-the-fly into a PDF, so that the user doesn't
need to worry about having a post-script viewer app installed.
Is there a particular reason why you need to use Postscript? Can you
output it directly to PDF?
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