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Description: html2pcl class
Class: html2pcl
Convert HTML to PCL
Author: By
Last change: Listing priority and accessibility changed
Date: 5 years ago
Size: 3,665 bytes
 

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<?php
/*******************************************************************************************************************
 * Description of wrapper class Html2pcl                                                                           *
 * This class is used to produce .PCL and .PS file from HTML file                                                  *
 * @Author      : Nurul Ferdous                                                                                    *
 * Version      : 1.0.0                                                                                            *
 * Date         : 16 Dec 2008                                                                                      *
 * License      : Freeware                                                                                         *
 * Dependancy-1: html2ps package, you may get it from here: http://user.it.uu.se/~jan/html2ps.html                 *
 * you may install it from terminal by typing "sudo apt-get install html2ps" withpcl quote in kubuntu (in my case) *
 * html2ps uses perl                                                                                               *
 * Dependancy-2: Ghostscript, you may get it from here: http://pages.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/                           *
 * Download it and run "make" command from terminal. you have to download and run exe installer if you use Windows *
 * The ps_output directory is used to store .ps files which are used to generate smaller sized pcl file            *
 * keep in your mind that you should have write permission in "pcl_output" directory                               *
 *******************************************************************************************************************/
class Html2pcl {

    public 
$device 'laserjet'//alternatively you may use 'epson' etc as printers
    
public $paperSize 'a4'//alternative you may use 'letter' etc as papersize

    
function __construct(){
        
//checking whether the directory named "out" already exists or not
        
if(!file_exists("pcl_output")){
            
mkdir("./pcl_output"0755);
        }

        
//checking whether the directory named "ps_output" already exists or not
        
if(!file_exists("ps_output")){
            
mkdir("./ps_output"0755);
        }
    }

    function 
__destruct(){
        
//Clearing file status cache
        
clearstatcache();
    }

    function 
isWinServer()
    {
        return !(
strpos(strtoupper($_SERVER['SERVER_SOFTWARE']), 'WIN32') === false);
    }

    
//please don't use $htmlFileName without "http://" rather use like this "http://www.google.com"
    //please use $pclFileName without the extension like "google"
    
function makePCL($htmlFileName$pclFileName){
        
$file './pcl_output/'.$pclFileName.'.pcl';
        if(
$this->isWinServer()){
            
//checking whether the file name given as parameter is already exists or not
            
if(!file_exists($file)){
                
exec("perl html2ps $htmlFileName > ./ps_output/".$pclFileName.".ps");
                
exec("gs -sDEVICE={$this->device} -sPAPERSIZE={$this->paperSize} -sOutputFile=./pcl_output/$pclFileName.pcl -dNOPAUSE -q ./ps_output/$pclFileName.ps -c quit");
            }
        }
        else{
            if(!
file_exists($file)){
                
exec("html2ps $htmlFileName > ./ps_output/".$pclFileName.".ps");
                
exec("gs -sDEVICE={$this->device} -sPAPERSIZE={$this->paperSize} -sOutputFile=./pcl_output/$pclFileName.pcl -dNOPAUSE -q ./ps_output/$pclFileName.ps -c quit");
            }
        }
    }
}
?>