I have no idea if this will help you. We use PIL, reportlabs and zope to
create P.O.'s, to place a logo on the page we use the following line of
c.drawInlineImage("gclogo_color.gif", .5*inch, 10.*inch,4*inch)

where c is created thusly:
c = canvas.Canvas(fileName,(PAGE_WIDTH*inch,PAGE_LENGTH*inch),



ed colmar wrote:
> Hi all!
> I am working on a project using zope and reportlab.
> The goal is to have uploaded images end up in a formatted PDF file.
> I have both of these halves completed, I need to figure out how to connect
> them.
> I have been using SquishFile.py as the wrapper around uploaded images, as is
> done in squishdot.  The few image types I have tried have displayed fine on
> screen, but PIL is not able to recognise the image.
> How would you go about wrapping the file in a PIL.Image() ?  I've been
> trying things similar to:
>         cardimage=PIL.Image.open(self.uploadedimage)
>         c.drawInlineImage(cardimage, 1,1)
> This gives an error in reportlab.canvas.convert()
> I tried using PIL.image.fromstring(), but I can't quite get the it to work
> out:
>         filebytes=[str(self.uploadedimage.file_bytes()), 'bytes']
>         cardimage=PIL.Image.fromstring(self.uploadedimage.content_type(),
>                filebytes,
>                self.uploadedimage.file_data())
>         c.drawInlineImage(cardimage, 1,1)
> This gives a typeerror: PIL/Image.py, line 848, in new
> has anyone succesfully done this?  can I just Leave the SquishFile wrapper
> off if it is ONLY going to be images that get uploaded?
> Thanks for any ideas!
> -ed-
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