Pypdf documentation

PyFPDF is a library for PDF document generation under Python, ported from PHP (see FPDF: "Free"-PDF, a well-known PDFlib-extension replacement with many examples, scripts and derivatives). No external dependencies or extensions (optionally PIL for GIF support). Choice of measurement unit, page format and margins. Small and compact code, useful for testing new features and teaching. Barcode I2of5 and code39, QR code coming soon. PNG, GIF and JPG support (including transparency and alpha channel) New!. Exceptions support, other minor fixes, improvements and PEP8 code cleanups. Download and unpack source package (zip) or pull from the repository. per email: 1 day coverage, up to 15 min $10,00 USD. Built with MkDocs using a theme provided by Read the Docs. For priority technical support, you can contact Mariano Reingart (current maintainer and project owner). Online payments accepted through PayPal. per project: 3 month coverage, up to 15 hs $350,00 USD. per incident: 1 week coverage, up to 2 hs $50,00 USD. This repository is a fork of the library's original port by Max Pat, with the following enhancements:. No installation, no compilation or other libraries (DLLs) required. For community support, please feel free to file an issue. per feature: 1 month coverage, up to 6 hs $150,00 USD. Many simple examples and scripts available in many languages. Python 2.5 to 3.4+ support (see Python3 support). extended: 9 month coverage, up to 30hs $750,00 USD. Unicode (UTF-8) TrueType font subset embedding (Central European, Cyrillic, Greek, Baltic, Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Hindi and almost any other language in the world) New! based on sFPDF LGPL3 PHP version from Ian Back.