Breaking/Wrapping lines "automatically"
godoy at ieee.org
Thu Mar 23 15:06:22 CET 2006
"Fredrik Lundh" <fredrik at pythonware.com> writes:
> Jorge Godoy wrote:
>> Is there something I can do in PIL to restrict a line to a certain size and
>> have it to break/wrap into a newline automatically? (Or by using some
>> code, of course...)
> there's no standard function for this purpose, no.
> here's a somewhat rough implementation, based on a WCK demo:
> a somewhat better approach would be to use collect words as long as
> they fit, and write each line as a single string.
Then I'd have to have some means to determine the width of the char (I'm using
a TrueType font due to my need of using Unicode text) to calculate how many
words I can put on a single line...
I'll take a look at the page above.
Jorge Godoy <godoy at ieee.org>
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