claird at lairds.us
Wed Oct 4 05:28:36 CEST 2006
In article <7fdbv3-h53.ln1 at lairds.us>, I misled the newsgroup by writing:
>On a large, Very Important Zope site I maintain, though, one which
>delivers thousands of dynamically-generated PDF images (not to be
>confused with the hundreds of thousands of PDF monthly statement
>accounts, invoices, ... I know other organizations generate), I
>rely on html2pdf, along with small slices of ReportLab's freeware.
>Our users seem plenty happy.
Aieee! Folks, I told falsehoods. We're NOT using html2pdf, as
in <URL: http://html2pdf.seven49.net/ >, but something our source
*calls* html2pdf based on Easy Software's HTMLDOC <URL:
http://www.easysw.com/htmldoc/ >. While we STRONGLY emphasize
free software in our installations, HTMLDOC has worked out great
for us. Easy Software has consistently provided good service.
I apologize for the confusion.
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