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CamlPDF 1.7

The first new release of the CamlPDF library for a while is here: http://www.github.com/johnwhitington/camlpdf (Or, shortly, via OPAM.) The documentation is online here: http://www.coherentpdf.com/camlpdf A little introduction is here: http://www.coherentpdf.com/introduction_to_camlpdf.pdf Most importantly, CamlPDF is now open source, being under a … Continue reading

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GraphPDF: A PDF Version of Ocaml’s Graphics Module

I’ve written a version of Ocaml’s Graphics module which outputs PDF directly, using the CamlPDF library – its only dependency. It’s based on the approach of Pierre Weis’ GraphPS program. It has the same API as Ocaml’s module – just … Continue reading

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CamlPDF 0.5 Released

I’m pleased to announce the CamlPDF 0.5 release, which includes a couple of new modules (Pdfdate for date manipulation, Pdfannot for annotations and Pdfmarks for bookmarks). Almost every other module has been improved in some way. Download it here: http://www.coherentpdf.com/ocaml-libraries.html … Continue reading

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Compiling Code Under OCaml and F# (Part Two)

[Part One] Twenty thousand lines of CamlPDF and cpdf later, here are some numbers: Occasions on which conditional compilation is required: 22 Compilation warnings with fsc –no-warn 62: 15 Time taken: 22 hours The current executable appears to be about … Continue reading

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PDF Command Line Tools 1.1

I’ve just uploaded the new version of our tools for merging, splitting, annotating, encrypting and stamping PDF files┬áhere. New features: -blacklines and -blackfills (Blacken lines and fills) -idir (Add whole directory of files) -scale-to-fit (Scale pages to fit a given … Continue reading

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CamlPDF 0.3 Released

I’ve just uploaded a new version of our library for reading and writing PDF files from within Ocaml – CamlPDF. New features: CCITTFaxDecode support Fully re-entrant Parsing of Type 3 fonts Bit-by-bit operations (e.g some decoders) much faster and of … Continue reading

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