ClibPDF lets you create PDF documents with PHP. It is available at FastIO (http://www.fastio.com/). ClibPDF is not a free product however, and before using it, be sure to check the license terms to determine if a license must be purchased. To compile ClibPDF support into PHP, use the --with-cpdflib flag when configuring PHP. For JPG and TIFF image support it may also be necessary to compile PHP with pointers to the locations of these librarries using the --with-jpeg-dir --with-tiff-dir configure options. ClibPDF support is present in PHP since versions 3.0.8 and 4.0.
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