HTML Renderer in Pure PostScript 2006-01-05

HTML Render in Pure PostScript facilitates the rendering of trivial HTML entirely within PostScript.
HTML Render in Pure PostScript project can facilitate the rendering of trivial HTML entirely within PostScript.

It makes including HTML content within a PostScript document as simple as inserting the following commands:

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/options 4 dict def
options (fontface) (Helvetica) put
options (fontsize) 12 put
options (fontstyle) () put
options (width) 150 put

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Hi!


Welcome to HTML Renderer in Pure PostScript...


It supports the following features of trivial HTML:




Bullet list items
Nested list items
To any level with proper text wrapping
Bold
Italic
Any combination of them
monospace font
Escaped < and > substitutions

If it appears suitable then give it a try.





Have fun,



Tez

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Here are some key features of "HTML Renderer in Pure PostScript":

Bullet list items
Nested list items
To any level with proper text wrapping
Bold
Italic
Any combination of them
monospace font
Escaped < and > substitutions

What's New in This Release:

The parser has been changed to handle parametrized tags.
The font tag has been defined for face and size attributes.

last updated on:
January 6th, 2006, 0:46 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Terry Burton
homepage:
www.terryburton.co.uk
license type:
Other/Proprietary License with Free Tr...
category:
ROOT \ Utilities

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