[reportlab-users] RE: reportlab-users digest, Vol 2 #160 - 1 msg

Jody Burgess reportlab-users@reportlab.com
Mon, 19 Jul 2004 14:42:23 -0600

	I have another question about reportLabs processing. I need to be able to
encode certain pages to print from specific print trays. For example: A
section heading page would be encoded to print from papertray 1 and the
detailed pages from papertray 2. Can I do this with ReportLabs? If so, how?
If not, how do I accomplish this? P.S. (example code is very much
appreciated and more useful than a statement like "use Win32all API"

Thanks Very much.

Jody Burgess ISP
Systems Analyst
Seward Consulting Ltd.

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Cc: Jody Burgess <jody.burgess@sewardconsulting.com>
From: Dinu Gherman <gherman@darwin.in-berlin.de>
Subject: Re: [reportlab-users] Importing a Multipage .Tif file.
Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2004 13:26:10 +0200
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Jody Burgess:

> I am using ReportLab to create a pdf and have been successfull in
> importing
> all flavours of ".tif" files. However, I am having problems when the
> tif
> file contains mutiple images. What I need to do is for each image
> contained
> in the .tif file (there are > 1 image stored in each tif file), I need
> to
> create a separate page in the resulting pdf file. Can anyone assist
> with
> this?

Hi Jody,

a Python/PIL-independant solution to your problem - yes, even
on Win32 as it seems, would be to use libtiff externally for
splitting such files. I'd asume libtiff is handling more TIFF
variants than PIL, which at least used to have some problems
with TIFF files generated on a Mac.




Dinu C. Gherman - http://python.net/~gherman
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