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    Default Using PHP to generate Acrobat PDF...

    Anyone have experience with it? Anyone of good information where I can do
    some research on?

    Thanks...
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    Scott Fletcher Guest

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    Default Japanese on a page

    This is not really a PHP question but I know this list knows their stuff.

    I am trying to create both an English and Japanese version of a site. The
    English done and I have the Japanese translation in a word doc. Can someone
    point me in the right direction on how I do this. I know it has something to
    do with the META setting.

    Thanks,
    Mark.
    Mark McCulligh Guest

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    Default Re: [PHP] Using PHP to generate Acrobat PDF...

    Ooohhh! Neat website! Here's the other info send to me by someone from
    email. Thanks for all of the feedback. Now i have something to get
    start....

    --snip--
    [url]http://ca3.php.net/manual/en/ref.pdf.php[/url]

    --snip--

    "Simon Stiefel" <phpmlnuclear-network.com> wrote in message
    news:3F622161.18836.7AE2ADlocalhost...
    > On 12 Sep 2003 at 13:17, Scott Fletcher wrote:
    >
    > > Anyone have experience with it? Anyone of good information where I can
    do
    > > some research on?
    >
    > Have a look at [url]www.pdflib.com[/url].
    > They also have a great doentation for it.
    > We use it to put our company logo at the top af some PDF doents.
    > Works perfectly!
    >
    > > Thanks...
    >
    > HTH,
    >
    > Simon
    Scott Fletcher Guest

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    Default Re: Using PHP to generate Acrobat PDF...

    (dolphin talk) eeeeeekkkkkk squueeeekkkkk Scott Fletcher
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    <20030912171112.53833.qmailpb1.pair.com>:
    > Anyone have experience with it? Anyone of good information where I can
    > do some research on?
    >
    > Thanks...
    [url]http://uk2.php.net/cpdf[/url]
    [url]http://uk2.php.net/pdf[/url]

    Gary Petersen Guest

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    Default Re: [PHP] Using PHP to generate Acrobat PDF...

    Well there's clibpdf and pdflib, which you can get info from the PHP manual
    for. Unfortunately, both are non-free. php.net/pdf and php.net/cpdf

    If you would like a pure PHP (no extensions or recompiling required), I used
    fpdf (fdpf.org) in a project a while back, and had positive results.

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    On Friday 12 September 2003 10:17 am, Scott Fletcher wrote:
    > Anyone have experience with it? Anyone of good information where I can do
    > some research on?
    >
    > Thanks...
    Evan Nemerson Guest

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    Default Re: [PHP] Trying to View php.ini

    On Sunday 21 September 2003 06:19, Stephen Tiano wrote:
    > I'm on a Mac PowerBook. I'm able to locate the php.ini file. But when I
    > open it with BBEdit, it's a blank page. I just want to open it and
    > either view it, or make a copy to view. But all I have is the blank. Any
    > suggestions?
    Search archives for > mac php.ini

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    Default Re: [PHP] Trying to View php.ini

    On Sat, 20 Sep 2003 18:19:25 -0400
    Stephen Tiano <stianooptonline.net> wrote:
    > I'm on a Mac PowerBook. I'm able to locate the php.ini file. But when I
    > open it with BBEdit, it's a blank page. I just want to open it and
    > either view it, or make a copy to view. But all I have is the blank. Any
    > suggestions?
    Put a file phpinfo.php with
    <?php
    phpinfo();
    ?>
    in your server's root and call it with the browser, it will tell you where the
    php.ini is, don't think it can be empty.
    >
    > Thank you.
    >
    > Steve Tiano
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    Default Re: [PHP] Trying to View php.ini

    On Sat, Sep 20, 2003 at 06:19:25PM -0400, Stephen Tiano wrote:
    :
    : I'm on a Mac PowerBook. I'm able to locate the php.ini file. But when I
    : open it with BBEdit, it's a blank page. I just want to open it and
    : either view it, or make a copy to view. But all I have is the blank. Any
    : suggestions?

    If you're talking about PHP 4.1.2 currently shipping with Mac OS X,
    it does not come with a php.ini file anywhere (although you can grab
    one from the source distribution and install it in /usr/lib).
    Eugene Lee Guest

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    Default Re: [PHP] Trying to View php.ini

    andu wrote:
    > On Sat, 20 Sep 2003 18:19:25 -0400
    > Stephen Tiano <stianooptonline.net> wrote:
    >
    >
    >>I'm on a Mac PowerBook. I'm able to locate the php.ini file. But when I
    >>open it with BBEdit, it's a blank page. I just want to open it and
    >>either view it, or make a copy to view. But all I have is the blank. Any
    >>suggestions?
    >
    >
    > Put a file phpinfo.php with
    > <?php
    > phpinfo();
    > ?>
    > in your server's root and call it with the browser, it will tell you where the
    > php.ini is, don't think it can be empty.
    >
    Actually, php.ini can be empty and php will start with default options.

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