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If you pass "Nothing" to [http://hackage.haskell.org/packages/archive/HPDF/latest/doc/html/Graphics-PDF-Document.html#v%3AaddPage addPage], the default page size will be used for the size of the new page.
 
If you pass "Nothing" to [http://hackage.haskell.org/packages/archive/HPDF/latest/doc/html/Graphics-PDF-Document.html#v%3AaddPage addPage], the default page size will be used for the size of the new page.
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We can pass it a different size (an instance of [http://hackage.haskell.org/packages/archive/HPDF/latest/doc/html/Graphics-PDF.html#t%3APDFRect PDFRect]).
   
 
Let’s create three pages, the last two pages with different dimensions:
 
Let’s create three pages, the last two pages with different dimensions:

Revision as of 07:44, 24 April 2009

For the following recipes you need to install HPDF.

1 Creating an empty PDF file

runPdf generates a PDF file in the file system. You need to pass it four things:

Let's create an empty PDF file with the name "test1.pdf". We use addPage to add an empty page.

import Graphics.PDF
 
main :: IO ()
main = do
  let outputFileName= "test1.pdf"
  let documentInfo = standardDocInfo 
  let defaultPageSize = PDFRect 0 0 200 300
 
  runPdf outputFileName documentInfo defaultPageSize $ do
    addPage Nothing

2 Pages with different sizes

If you pass "Nothing" to addPage, the default page size will be used for the size of the new page. We can pass it a different size (an instance of PDFRect).

Let’s create three pages, the last two pages with different dimensions:

import Graphics.PDF
 
main :: IO ()
main = do
  let outputFileName= "test2.pdf"
  let documentInfo = standardDocInfo 
  let defaultPageSize = PDFRect 0 0 200 300
 
  runPdf outputFileName documentInfo defaultPageSize $ do
    addPage Nothing
    addPage $ Just $ PDFRect 0 0 100 100
    addPage $ Just $ PDFRect 0 0 150 150