ANN: py2pdf 0.2 -- Python syntax coloring in PDF

Dinu C. Gherman gherman at darwin.in-berlin.de
Fri Feb 18 17:04:14 CET 2000


"Dinu C. Gherman" wrote:
> 
> py2pdf.py 0.2 -- Python syntax coloring in PDF
> 
> [...]
>
> DEPENDENCIES:
> - JvR's PyFontify v. 0.3
> - optionally Marc-Andre's mxTextTools
> - Andy Robinson's PDFgen v. 2000-02-16 (using package structure)
>   (likely, any newer version will do, like PDFgen-19991012,
>   likely, pd2py will be distributed with PDFgen as a demo.)

I should add that you can get the most recent version of
PDFgen from http://www.reportlab.com (a link that shows
up only later in py2pdf's docstring...).

Sorry for the ommission...

Dinu

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Dinu C. Gherman
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