wkpdf is a command-line tool for converting HTML documents to PDF. wkpdf uses Apple's WebKit Framework for rendering, so the generated PDF looks like it had been printed by Safari.
|Tags||printing Internet Web PDF|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release adds compatibility with Mac OS X Leopard.
Release Notes: This release supports generating PDFs from pages with HTTP authentication, and allows for ignoring HTTP errors.
Release Notes: The binary distribution has been updated (a problem with the build system resulted in an outdated binary). The handling of mandatory command line arguments has been improved. The error reporting code has been cleaned up.
Release Notes: You can now specify custom page margins, select the CSS media type that is used for rendering the HTML, and enable or disable the printing of background images.
Release Notes: This release supports setting the paper format and selecting landscape or portrait orientation. Error handling for command line arguments has been improved. The application now properly sets the exit code if an error occurred during processing.