xtopdf



A Python toolkit

for PDF creation / conversion


Input formats


XLS
XLSX

INPUT FORMATS



Features

Easy to use. Versatile.

Can be used as a library in your Python programs

Includes stand-alone end-user tools for:

Command-line (Unix/Linux, Windows)

Desktop GUI (wxPython  - Linux, Windows)

Web GUI (Flask,  Bottle,  CherryPy)

Platforms


xtopdf is available on:



Windows

except for platform-specific features like ODBC

USES of xtopdf


Create composite reports programmatically

from any combination of supported sources

Create e-books

from text, XML

or any other supported format.


xtopdf Users

xtopdf has been in use from some time
(though it will always be a work in progress :-)




Others

QUOTES


"Now creating PDFs from Python is even easier" - Steve Holden, former Chairman, Python Software Foundation

"Thank you for xtopdf, which I am using for e-discovery work at the SFLC." 
- Aaron Williamson, Lawyer and Programmer, Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC)

"My sys admin and I like xtopdf. We use it in our book production workflow at Packt." 
- Marketing Manager, Packt Publishing

"works great on DBF files"
- Erik de Ruiter, ESRI.nl

XTOPDF Links

xtopdf on Bitbucket (latest version here)

xtopdf on SourceForge (old site, has v1.0)



CONSULTING


Need custom Python development,
for reports or other needs?

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Contact


Vasudev Ram




Thank you




The End

Title

xtopdf

By Vasudev Ram

xtopdf

xtopdf, a PDF creation toolkit for Python

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