[pmwiki-users] GeneratePDF recipe limitation
hsingfoo at gmail.com
Wed Sep 6 08:03:04 CDT 2006
Not a real answer but maybe it will boost up your hope. I encountered
the same issue about a year ago. I do not control that setup anymore,
but I managed to get pictures working. By hart I believe I had to hack
a simple thing into the sourcecode, and I blieve this 'hack' was
mentioned on the pmwiki recipe pages somewhere.
On 9/6/06, Kathryn Andersen <kat_lists at katspace.homelinux.org> wrote:
> I am using GeneratePDF http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/GeneratePDF
> on our Wiki at work. I didn't use PublishPDF because it seems much more
> difficult to set up, since we run behind a firewall and thus would have
> to set up our own server, and I tried and I gave up. Using the
> generatepdf.php plus installing htmldoc was much simpler.
> Unfortunately, I've just discovered a limitation with generatepdf -- it
> doesn't handle images. If there is an image on the page, it isn't
> included in the generated PDF.
> Since htmldoc itself handles images correctly when you pass it a URL, I
> took a gander at the generatepdf.php file and... it seems that it grabs
> the HTML, puts it in a temporary file, and passes that to htmldoc.
> Which of course loses the images.
> Since htmldoc can take a URL as an argument, would there be some way of
> making it work that way?
> I tried just doing
> header("Content-type: application/pdf");
> passthru("$HtmlToPdfCmd $PageUrl");
> but it didn't work.
> Since it was written by PM, I thought I'd send an appeal here. Is there
> any way of making this recipe deal with images correctly?
> Kathryn Andersen
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