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Sep 14th, 2001 20:04
Kevin Dahlhausen, Beverly Dolor
It depends on what you want to publish to. HTML is easy to generate from Python. There are many templating systems (PMZ - poor man's zope for example) that allow you to mix html and python code. For nicer output, try: Report Lab http://www.reportlab.com/ The Open Source ReportLab Library is a package of python modules used to create PDF documents available for free download and unrestricted use. The package includes extensive documentation and examples. Create PDF documents using simple Python programs that use the package. PIDDLE aka SPING supports 2D graphics and text output to screen graphics (e.g. QuickDraw, Windows, Tk) as well as file output (PostScript, PDF, GIF, etc.). http://piddle.sourceforge.net/ RTX http://www.ourobourus.com/rtx.html A clean marktup language that outputs HTML, SGML (docbook) and Lout (for postscript and pdf). Pychart http://www.cs.washington.edu/homes/yasushi/pychart/ Python library for creating high quality Encapsulated Postscript or PDF charts. PDFLIB - commercial PDF library http://www.pdflib.com/pdflib/download/ Dinu Gherman's Python Pages http://starship.python.net/crew/gherman/ Has many examples showing the use of the above libraries.
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