Projects / RepTool


Reptool is a reporting/printing tool. It is made up of two components: libreptool, which manages source files that are the report's definition, and produces the report/printout; and greptool, which visually creates source files. It is based on glib, libxml, GTK+, cairo, pango, and libgda.

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  •  10 May 2007 13:05

    Release Notes: The parser for the "source" attribute of text was added, so you can have a text with fixed string, database values, and special values (such as date/time or page number) mixed together. Integration with Gtk printing was implemented, so you can print directly to a printer.

    •  13 Apr 2007 17:44

      Release Notes: This release adds new features and objects properties. It adds new functions to programatically manage RptReport. The Web site has been updated (with examples).

      •  02 Apr 2007 16:50

        Release Notes: This release adds many new features (database reading, font attributes, an ellipse object, etc.), but it's still an alpha version, and only libreptool is present.

        •  25 Mar 2007 15:10

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          Recent comments

          25 Mar 2007 10:42 cduffy

          Screenshots would be useful...
          ...for folks who want to get a quick idea of what the visual tools, finished output, etc. looks like without investing the time to download and install.


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