Postscript to pdf

Baladjy KICHENASSAMY baladjy at gmail.com
Sun Sep 20 21:32:34 CEST 2015


ohhhh ok i got it
actually it's very easy the commande is :
ps2pdf -dEPSCrop image.ps

sorry but i'm new to python  my last question is how to integrate this
to python... i want that the output file must be a pdf ?

1) i created a button which i'll save my id card as "ps" file

def save():
    Canevas.update()
    Canevas.postscript(file=tkFileDialog.asksaveasfilename(), colormode='color')


2) so now i want to create a button to convert this "ps" file into "pdf" ....

def convert():
   help :/

Regards




2015-09-20 21:09 GMT+02:00 Laura Creighton <lac at openend.se>:
> In a message of Sun, 20 Sep 2015 20:27:48 +0200, Baladjy KICHENASSAMY writes:
>>Hello,
>>
>>I'm using macosx, ps2pdf version i don't know :/ sorry....
>>ok actually i found what is the problem...
>>
>>There is no problem with the ps file every thing is fine =)
>>
>>Can u please just tell me how to change paper settings ?
>>i want to go from portait to landscape ?
>>
>
> Aha!  Great to know.
> Do you have a real printer there, in which case is this a printer problem?
> If so, I need the name of the printer and its model number to help look up
> the way to make it do landscape.
>
> If you just want to have ps2pdf produce landscape files, that is
> surprisingly difficult, for the ps2pdf that uses ghostscript to
> get the work done.  ps2pdf 'guesses' what is the correct orientation
> and, stupidly, there is no way to tell it 'stop guessing, I know
> what I want'.  It's very bad at guessing things that don't have
> text -- or enough text -- in them.
>
> Most of the time ps2pdf is just this:
>
> gs \
>   -o output.pdf \
>   -sDEVICE=pdfwrite \
>   -dPDFSETTINGS=/prepress \
>   -dHaveTrueTypes=true \
>   -dEmbedAllFonts=true \
>   -dSubsetFonts=false \
>   -c ".setpdfwrite <</NeverEmbed [ ]>> setdistillerparams" \
>   -f input.ps
>
> where input.ps is the file you have and output.pdf is the pdf you want.
> and we can make gs orient itself as you want with
>
>     -c "<</Orientation 3>> setpagedevice"
>
> Orientation 3 is landscape.  Orientation 0 is portrait.
>
> If this is your problem, then see if you have gs (ghostscript)
> and in that case see if this horrible long command works.
>
> Laura
>



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KICHENASSAMY Baladjy
Ingénieur en Génie Mécanique
Spécialiste Contrôle Non Destructif et Qualification des procédés spéciaux
COSAC CND Niveau 2 RT et PT
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