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Last Call for Beta Testers

After some unexpectedly intricate work involving encryption, we’re almost ready for the closed Beta Test of our new PDF editor for OS X, written in OCaml. Anyone wishing to join the test should email us via the form on the … Continue reading

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Caml-based OS X PDF Editor – Beta testers wanted

I’m beginning a closed beta test of our new PDF Editor for Mac OS X – see posts below for details. If you’d like to be included, please use the contact form on our front page, giving if possible a … Continue reading

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Another Quick Shot of the Desktop Product

Not very mac-like or slick yet, but the core functionality is almost there. The architecture for error handling and progress-bars between Cocoa and Ocaml is now complete. Launch sometime later this year.

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Linking OCaml code into Cocoa

Here’s a screenshot of an early version of our next product, a PDF editor for Mac OS X: The architecture is: A plain C wrapper around the higher-level interface to the CamlPDF library (the same interface used by our command … Continue reading

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An OCaml Interface for GPC

Alan Murta’s General Polygon Clipper is the standard way of finding the intersection, union etc. of polygons. I wrote an Ocaml interface for this many years ago for a dead project, but I’ve only just got around to packaging it … Continue reading

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A PDF Version of OCaml’s Graphics Module

I’ve just completed a PDF version of the Graphics module from the standard OCaml distribution, based on CamlPDF and following the conventions of Pierre Weis’ Postscript version GraphPS. The implementation is mostly straightforward, but there are are some complications – … Continue reading

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CamlPDF Version 0.4 (for Ocaml and F#)

CamlPDF Version 0.4 has been released. The biggest change is that this release now compiles with Microsoft F Sharp as well as with OCaml. Some major non-compatible changes have been made to the low-level API, due to the experience of … Continue reading

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Keeping the Codebase Together

We have to generate the following things from our OCaml codebase: (a) Command Line PDF Tools for Windows, Mac, Linux and Solaris, demo and full versions (b) .NET DLL by compiling with F#, demo and full versions (c) The open-source … Continue reading

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.NET Toolkit Released, Command Line Tools Updated

Our .NET PDF Toolkit, in 100% F#, cross-compiled with OCaml is now available, starting at £495. It does everything the command line tools do, and more, but is usable natively from VB.NET, C# and ASP.NET. At the same time, we’ve … Continue reading

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Coherent PDF Toolkit for .NET Beta Release

We’re almost ready to release the .NET SDK version of our PDF Command Line Toolkit, and are looking for feedback. This is the fruit of altering our OCaml codebase of about 20,000 lines to cross-compile with F# – a not … Continue reading

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