PSlib is a library for generating multi-page PostScript documents. There are functions for drawing lines, arcs, rectangles, curves, etc. It provides very sophisticated functions for text output, including hyphenation and kerning.
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Release Notes: Support for reusable images was added. Various minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release can be compiled for Win32 using mingw or Visual C. It has support for creating Type3 fonts. Kerning and ligatures can be added manually.
Release Notes: Fixes various bugs in PS_continue_text(), PS_get_buffer(), PS_begin_page(), PS_arc(), PS_arcn(), and PS_set_border_style(). Adds support for BMP, TIFF, and GIF images. Adds a blind feature to PS_show_boxed(). Setting boxheight in PS_show_boxed() makes the box as large as needed.
Release Notes: PS_add_bookmarks() now works even with characters in the bookmark text which are not allowed in PostScript strings. PS_open_image() can read EPS images from memory. Encoding vectors at position 363-365 were fixed. JPEG CMYK images can now be read without segmentation faults. The character to dissolve ligatures can be set through the "ligaturedisolvechar" parameter. Entering PS_PATH_SCOPE always starts a new PostScript path. This fixes the clipping bug. Both grayscale and RGB JPEG images can be read.
Release Notes: Several segm faults on Solaris have been fixed. This release can be compiled with the C++ compiler. It has better support for PNG files.