YaHP is a Java library that allows you to convert an HTML document into a PDF document.
|Tags||Text Processing Markup HTML/XHTML Software Development Libraries Java Libraries multimedia Graphics Graphics Conversion Internet Web PDF HTML|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release updates third party libraries to their latest or most compliant version: Flying Saucer 16/04/2011, iText 2.1.7, Apache Log4j 1.2.16, JTidy r938, Shanidom 1.4.17, and Jaxen 1.1.1. It removes the Apache Commons IO and Apache Commons Log libraries, which are not needed anymore. It removes extra calls in charge of adding a document producer, since they are no longer applicable, and gets rid of deprecated constants. The source code has moved to github.
Release Notes: Reverted to the previous itext and flying saucer librairies due to a licensing problem. This version is LGPL; the previous is licensed as a whole under the AGPL.
Release Notes: This release will not validate HTML and will not download the XHTML DTD from the W3 site. A bug has been fixed in entities normalization. Remote CSS has been inlined into a style element inside the document. itext and flying saucer libraries have been updated to the latest versions.
Release Notes: A problem with multiple text node copy by jtidy was fixed. The jars were updated. Lots of "INFO" default logging to the console was removed.
Release Notes: Handling of HTML generated by MS Word was improved. An HTML document is normalized (entities are translated to characters) before rendering. The page break tag is handled even if the namespace declaration is missing.