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RE: [SLUG] print to pdf



hehehe looks like we're all doing it.

The only difference is I have done something similar for various different
old CAD formats which don't know how to create proper postscript files.
Sometimes I have to stick a
 90 rotate
something somthing translate
in here and there but mostly it works nicely.

It's particularly wild when teamed up with php or PERL web thingy that calls
the appropriate translator....

I put "" round the filename to get round those spaces that M$ programs seem
to like generating.

BTW my PERL / web thingy has to be fairly paranoid about filenames it is
given, so as to avoid things like a filename called: myfile;cat /etc/passwd
(or worse)
which most well behaved ? M$ programs can't generate but someone else might.
Keep in mind many people run smbd / nmbd as root so just be careful with
those passed filenames.

Fun though.

Regards,

Jill.


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> -----Original Message-----
> From: chesty [mailto:chesty@nospam.argus.net.au]
> Sent: Thursday, 14 June 2001 17:25
> To: slug@nospam.slug.org.au
> Subject: [SLUG] print to pdf
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