PDFsharp / News: Recent posts

PDFsharp: New Version (1.30), New Site, New Wiki

We have a new PDFsharp & MigraDoc Foundation Web Site: http://www.pdfsharp.net/

We have a new version (PDFsharp 1.30 and updated MigraDoc Foundation) available for download.
http://www.pdfsharp.net/Downloads.ashx

Improvements of Version 1.30¶
* Private Font Collections for WPF version: load TrueType fonts (e. g. from embedded resources) and use them in PDF documents
* Several bug fixes for WPF version
* Help file for Visual Studio 2008 (and 2005): context help for PDFsharp and MigraDoc classes available if you hit F1
* Standalone Help file for Windows: .CHM file that can be viewed without Visual Studio

Posted by PDFsharp Team 2009-08-26

PDFsharp 1.20 (beta) available for download

Improvements of Version 1.20
* Can use either GDI+ or WPF
* Includes preview of XPS to PDF converter
* Includes binaries (DLL files, nowadays called Assemblies)
Please note: Developed for and tested with .NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005 and with .NET 2.0/3.0 and Visual Studio 2008.

Download from:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=150343

Posted by PDFsharp Team 2008-06-26

PDFsharp 1.00 is now available for download

PDFsharp 1.00 is now available for download.
PDFsharp is a .NET library for creating and modifying Adobe PDF documents programmatically from any .NET language like C# or VB.NET. PDFsharp defines classes for the objects found in PDF files, so you never have to deal with IDs or references directly.

Improvements since beta 4:
* Improved support for Unicode
* Font embedding and subsetting
* Bug fixed in connection with Acrobat 8
* New sample demonstrates using PDFsharp and MigraDoc to create a document... read more

Posted by PDFsharp Team 2007-06-19

PDFsharp 0.9 (beta 4) is now available for download

PDFsharp 0.9 (beta 4) is now available for download.
PDFsharp is a .NET library for creating and modifying Adobe PDF documents programmatically from any .NET language like C# or VB.NET. PDFsharp defines classes for the objects found in PDF files, so you never have to deal with IDs or references directly.

Improvements of beta 4:
* Support for Unicode
* Advanced text layout with new TextFormatter class
* Three new C# samples
* Various bug fixes
* Many minor improvements ... read more

Posted by PDFsharp Team 2006-10-18

PDFsharp 0.8 beta 3 released

PDFsharp 0.8 beta 3 is now available for download.
PDFsharp is a .NET library for creating and modifying Adobe PDF documents programmatically from any .NET language like C# or VB.NET. PDFsharp defines classes for the objects found in PDF files, so you never have to deal with IDs or references directly.

Improvements of beta 3:
* Solutions for Visual Studio 2003 and Visual Studio 2005
* Two new C# samples: ConcatenateDocuments and XForms
* One new VB sample
* Various bug fixes
* Many improvements... read more

Posted by Thomas Hövel 2006-05-10

PDFsharp 0.7 beta 2 released

PDFsharp 0.7 beta 2 is now available for download.
PDFsharp is a .NET library for creating and modifying Adobe PDF documents programmatically from any .NET language like C# or VB.NET. PDFsharp defines classes for the objects found in PDF files, so you never have to deal with IDs or references directly.

New: beta 2 includes MigraDoc Lite.
MigraDoc Lite is a high level document generator that uses PDFsharp to create PDF files.
It includes the high level features like text wrapping to next line or next page, tables wrapping to next page with repeated headings, and much more.... read more

Posted by Thomas Hövel 2005-12-16

PDFsharp 0.7 beta 1 released

PDFsharp 0.7 beta 1 is now available for download.
PDFsharp is a .NET library for creating and modifying Adobe PDF documents programmatically from any .NET language like C# or VB.NET. PDFsharp defines classes for the objects found in PDF files, so you never have to deal with IDs or references directly.
While some screenshots are included on sourceforge.net, we recommend the project homepage http://www.pdfsharp.com/ for detailed information, and sample code with screenshots.

Posted by Thomas Hövel 2005-10-18