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Topic: Looking for a command line tool or development sdk
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 151086
From: aesux
Date: 6/19/2006 08:08 AM

Hi everybody,

I'm new in this forum and in PDF inside world.

I've an image database, and I'm looking to export subsets of tat database in PDF format. I would like to convert each of the selected images (jpg's) into one A4 PDF with the image in the middle, and with text in header and foot.

The text should be some information which I've in the database.

I'm thinking in two possible solution; firsts one is a command line tool which let me construct that PDF result, so I could call that command from any developed program.; second one is a SDK which let me do that so I can use inside my programs.

Of course, i prefer to use any GPL tool or SDK, because I would like to make the result GPL too.

What tools do you know to help me in that situation?

Thanks in advance.


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