Gehtsoft.PDFFlowLib by GehtsoftUSA

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 Gehtsoft.PDFFlowLib 2.0.2

PDFFlow is a cross-platform C# library for creating PDF documents. The library is based on the well-known libHaru. With PDFFlow, you can create complex PDF documents fast and efficiently - you define documents as a set of layout rules and a sequence of paragraphs, tables, images, headers, etc. and the library does all the work to create a PDF document by applying the layout on the content stream. You can create agreements, contracts, log books, invoices, tickets, catalogs, brochures, complex tax and regulatory forms, medical documents, school and university tests, books and magazines and many other kinds of documents. Your documents can include: - Text with different formatting, including special fields such as page numbers and URLs, and widow and orphan control. - Built-in Base14 fonts, multibyte CID fonts, external TrueType and Type1 fonts, single-byte and multibyte encodings. - Multilevel lists with easy-to-use styles. - Tabulations. - Images with configurable size and scaling. - Lines, both vertical and horizontal. - Tables taking data from a data source, with colspan and rowspan. - Multi-page and book spread tables. - Repeating areas: multiple headers, footers, left and right repeating areas, and repeating areas by coordinates. - Document flow areas that define the location of the document main flow on the pages. - Automatically generated table of content. PDFFlow supports automatic pagination and layouting: the content is automatically continued on the next page if it does not fit in the current page. You can configure any formatting settings of your document and its elements: fonts, colors, alignment, borders, indents, stroke styles, etc. as you need. This can be done using the corresponding methods in each case or through styles - you create your styles and apply them to quickly get the necessary formatting. The PDFFlow library is supplied with real document samples accompanied by descriptive articles and tutorials with many working code examples that can be used as is or modified, and the API reference. The included license allows you to use the library for free: - In any open source or non-commercial project or products. - To prototype, develop, and test commercial projects or products. The commercial license is required to use the library in commercial projects on the production stage (including the products used to support the internal business). Please contact Gehtsoft USA LLC sales representative to get details about the licensing. Examples and tutorials: https://github.com/gehtsoft-usa/PDF.Flow.Examples Online documentation: http://docs.gehtsoftusa.com/pdfflow/web-content.html

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    <id>Gehtsoft.PDFFlowLib</id>
    <version>2.0.2</version>
    <authors>GehtsoftUSA</authors>
    <owners>GehtsoftUSA</owners>
    <requireLicenseAcceptance>false</requireLicenseAcceptance>
    <license type="file">developer.license.txt</license>
    <licenseUrl>https://aka.ms/deprecateLicenseUrl</licenseUrl>
    <projectUrl>https://www.pdfflow.io/</projectUrl>
    <description>PDFFlow is a cross-platform C# library for creating PDF documents. The library is based on the well-known libHaru.

      With PDFFlow, you can create complex PDF documents fast and efficiently - you define documents as a set of layout rules and a sequence of paragraphs, tables, images, headers, etc. and the library does all the work to create a PDF document by applying the layout on the content stream.

      You can create agreements, contracts, log books, invoices, tickets, catalogs, brochures, complex tax and regulatory forms, medical documents, school and university tests, books and magazines and many other kinds of documents.

      Your documents can include:

        - Text with different formatting, including special fields such as page numbers and URLs, and widow and orphan control.
        
        - Built-in Base14 fonts, multibyte CID fonts, external TrueType and Type1 fonts, single-byte and multibyte encodings.

        - Multilevel lists with easy-to-use styles.

        - Tabulations.

        - Images with configurable size and scaling.

        - Lines, both vertical and horizontal.

        - Tables taking data from a data source, with colspan and rowspan.

        - Multi-page and book spread tables.

        - Repeating areas: multiple headers, footers, left and right repeating areas, and repeating areas by coordinates.

        - Document flow areas that define the location of the document main flow on the pages.

        - Automatically generated table of content.

      PDFFlow supports automatic pagination and layouting: the content is automatically continued on the next page if it does not fit in the current page.

      You can configure any formatting settings of your document and its elements: fonts, colors, alignment, borders, indents, stroke styles, etc. as you need. This can be done using the corresponding methods in each case or through styles - you create your styles and apply them to quickly get the necessary formatting.

      The PDFFlow library is supplied with real document samples accompanied by descriptive articles and tutorials with many working code examples that can be used as is or modified, and the API reference.

      The included license allows you to use the library for free:

        - In any open source or non-commercial project or products.

        - To prototype, develop, and test commercial projects or products.

      The commercial license is required to use the library in commercial projects on the production stage (including the products used to support the internal business). Please contact Gehtsoft USA LLC sales representative to get details about the licensing.
        
      Examples and tutorials: https://github.com/gehtsoft-usa/PDF.Flow.Examples
      
      Online documentation: http://docs.gehtsoftusa.com/pdfflow/web-content.html</description>
    <releaseNotes>Important note: The 2.x.x versions are not backward compatible with the previous (1.2.7 or earlier) versions of the library.
	  
	  2.0.2 Version Released!
	  
	  Fixes summary:
		Fixed table layouting issues with row span, colspan, and the table position on a section.
		Fixed paragraph border and area positioning, and positioning in a table.
		
	  Fixes details:
 		Fixed a bug when paragraph elements overlapped the available area in height while using vertical borders.
		Fixed a bug where a Paragraph border overlaps the table border. A similar issue is fixed for Document Flow Area borders and Repeating Area borders.
		Fixed a bug when the horizontal borders of a table cell elements (such as Paragraph and Image) overlap the horizontal borders of the table cell where they are located.
	    Fixed a bug when a table’s margins and paddings don’t work in a table cell if there are no elements in this cell.
		Fixed a bug when an exception is thrown when adding an image that doesn’t fit, instead of moving the image to a new page.
		Fixed a bug when the image was stretched in height instead of moving to a new page.
		Fixed an issue with the vertical alignment of a paragraph when using colspans or rowspans in a table.
		Fixed an issue with a table default row height.</releaseNotes>
    <copyright>Gehtsoft USA LLC 2016-2021</copyright>
    <dependencies>
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        <dependency id="Haru.Net" version="1.0.10" />
        <dependency id="Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection" version="1.1.1" />
        <dependency id="System.ValueTuple" version="4.5.0" />
        <dependency id="System.Reflection.Emit.Lightweight" version="4.6.0" />
        <dependency id="System.Collections.Concurrent" version="4.3.0" />
      </group>
      <group targetFramework=".NETStandard2.0">
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        <dependency id="System.Reflection.Emit.Lightweight" version="4.6.0" />
        <dependency id="System.Collections.Concurrent" version="4.3.0" />
        <dependency id="System.Text.Encoding.CodePages" version="5.0.0" />
      </group>
    </dependencies>
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