First off, thanks for your comments. I originally wrote this app using jogl, but it was just too low level and when I prototyped it in piccolo2d, I just fell in love with the api. The ease of which I could export to PDF was a real winner for me. I addition is exported as scalable vector graphics which makes it zoomable in acrobat.
So in other words - yes I am using the code as you have described. Yes please for the link on the applications page. I take it the "I have an outstanding todo" is an invitation to help out? On 21 November 2011 17:27, Michael Heuer <heue...@gmail.com> wrote: > Robert wrote: > > > I am in the process of developing an application to view and > > eventually edit autocad DXF files. > > > > A first version has been posted on my web site and is available for > > download along with a sample dxf file. > > > > http://nofrillsjava.com/dr/?q=node/5 > > > > Any comments gratefully received. > > > > Keep up the good work. Piccolo2D is a pleasure to develop with! > > Cool app, thanks for the note. Let us know if you would like a link > on the Piccolo2D applications page > > http://piccolo2d.org/applications/index.html > > For exporting to PDF, I assume you are using iText's PdfGraphics2D > mechanism? > > Document document = new Document(new Rectangle(150, 150)); > PdfWriter writer = PdfWriter.getInstance(document, new > FileOutputStream(filename)); > document.open(); > PdfContentByte pdfCanvas = writer.getDirectContent(); > Graphics2D g2 = pdfCanvas.createGraphics(150, 150); > PCanvas pCanvas = ...; > pCanvas.paint(g2); > > > I have an outstanding todo item regarding exporting that I need to get > around to soon > > http://code.google.com/p/piccolo2d/issues/detail?id=223 > > michael > > -- > Piccolo2D Developers Group: > http://groups.google.com/group/piccolo2d-dev?hl=en > -- Piccolo2D Developers Group: http://groups.google.com/group/piccolo2d-dev?hl=en